Days Transcript Thursday 8/17/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 8/17/06 - Canada; Friday 8/18/06 - U.S.A.

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Hope: Caroline.

Caroline: Hi.

Hope: Hi.

Caroline: I hope we're not disturbing you. I know it's late. Oh, we should have called first.

Hope: Caroline, is something wrong?

Caroline: No, no. I-I just hoped we could all talk.

Hope: You know that you're always welcome here, but as far as Bo and I talking --

Bo: I'm not here to change your mind about the divorce, if that's what you think.

Caroline: We came to ask a favor, and I truly hope you'll say yes.

Belle: Philip, it's me. Please call me when you get this. I'm worried.

Mimi: Shawn's still not answering, either, and I left two messages.

Belle: Where are they? They've been gone for a while now.

Mimi: I don't know. But what I do know is that Shawn was really upset when he left.

Belle: Yeah, so was Philip, and we all remember what happened last time he got this upset.

Mimi: Are you saying this is my fault, Belle? All I was trying to do was set up some kind of custody arrangement so we could avoid exactly this type of scene after the babies are born. What is so wrong with that?

Belle: Nothing. But what you proposed was completely unreasonable.

Mimi: Philip didn't think so.

Belle: That's 'cause you've got him just as paranoid as you are now.

Mimi: Excuse me?

Belle: Oh, come on. We all know that this whole custody thing is just a way for you to keep Shawn away from his child.

Mimi: No, it's a way to keep you away from Shawn.

Belle: That's what I'm talking about. You're being ridiculous -- you and Philip both are -- and that's what got Shawn and me so upset about all of this and started this whole big fight.

Mimi: You know, we're just talking in circles here and getting nowhere, and, frankly, all I care about right now is my husband. You know how Shawn is when he gets upset, and if those two are together right now, that could mean big trouble.

Shawn D.: So, what, did you follow me here?

Philip: You and I have unfinished business.

Shawn D.: Unfinished business? It sounds like you want to fight.

Philip: I want to settle things. But you brought it up, so maybe that's the only way, 'cause there's no way in hell I'm letting you use the baby that Belle's carrying to get closer to her.

Shawn D.: So, what makes you think I'm gonna do that?

Philip: Are you kidding me? The way you've been acting recently, there's no doubt in my mind. I will do anything to protect my family. So if you and I have to go at it, I'm fine with that. Let's go right now. Come on.

Shawn D.: Why don't you go home and chill, all right? I'm busy right now..

Philip: If you're worried about the prosthesis, don't, because it doesn't concern me at all.

Shawn D.: No, I'm busy now.

Philip: Doing what?

Shawn D.: Drinking. Lisa, can I get a shot?

Lisa: Coming right up.

Philip: I don't think you understand. This problem we have -- it's not gonna go away, and we're gonna take care of it one way or another tonight. I'm talking about paternity rights, visitation, custody -- all of it. We're taking care of it tonight. We owe it to these kids to settle up before they're born. You understand me?

Shawn D.: Can I get another, Lisa?

Philip: Shawn, did you hear what I just said?

Shawn D.: Yeah, yeah, I hear you, but you're not gonna keep me away from my kid, so I really don't know what you want to discuss.

Philip: There's a lot I want to discuss, starting with I want you away from my wife, too.

Shawn D.: I don't see how that's possible under the current circumstances.

Philip: It's entirely possible. In fact, I have a suggestion I think is gonna work for everybody.

Shawn D.: Oh? Please, lay it on me. I'm all ears.

Philip: Okay. I think you and Mimi need to consider living elsewhere.

Shawn D.: Like, you want us to move out of the loft, out of the building?

Philip: No, I want you to move out of Salem... and as far away as possible.

Abby: I thought your shift would never end.

Chelsea: You and me both.

Abby: So, I have been waiting all night to hear this big secret that you found in the boring file room, so let me hear it.

Chelsea: All right. I guess I can tell you. The file that I just happened to come across contained the results of a very interesting DNA test.

Abby: DNA test for what?

Chelsea: Well, it had to do with a blood donor... and it showed that a certain baby's father wasn't the real father, after all... and that the biological father -- well, let's just say he's gonna be blown away when he finds out the truth.

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Shawn D.: What did you say?

Philip: I think you heard me just fine. It would be in everyone's best interest, especially the babies, if you and Mimi consider relocating, preferably out of state. Belle and I would do it ourselves, but I know she won't want to be away from her mom, and I have to be close to the V.A. because of my leg, so we can't do it.

Shawn D.: What are you talking about? I'm not going anywhere. I'm not leaving my kid. What don't you understand about that?

Philip: I understand plenty. I understand this may be the only chance our families have of surviving.

Shawn D.: Our families are gonna be fine. Lisa, can I get another shot, please?

Philip: If you want to live in denial, you go ahead and do it -- that's fine -- but I'm not gonna do it with you.

Shawn D.: What -- what are you talking about? Mimi and I -- if we move away, you're telling me you wouldn't care about losing your kid?

Philip: That baby is a completely different situation.

Shawn D.: I-I don't know what to tell you. We have to accept that this is the situation we've been dealt. We have to deal with it -- forever.

Philip: Don't you think you ought to slow down? How many is that?

Shawn D.: Uh, it's, um, two beers, three shots, actually. Lisa, can I have another?

Philip: You know what, Lisa? I'll take another one, too.

Shawn D.: This isn't a competition.

Philip: It is now. Thank you.

Shawn D.: Thank you.

Philip: Cheers.

Belle: I never thought of that. What if Shawn and Philip run into each other? What if they do something stupid like get into a fight?

Mimi: Well, then they'd be fighting over you, and I think you'd like that.

Belle: That is so not true. I never wanted this to happen, Mimi.

Mimi: Yeah, right. You've practically come right out and admitted that you're happy you're having Shawn's baby. You couldn't be more thrilled with the way things turned out.

Belle: In case you've forgotten, I've been trying to have another baby with my husband. I never wanted any of this to happen. And now that it has, though, we have to figure out a way to deal with that.

Mimi: That's what I was trying to do, Belle, but it's gonna be a lot easier for you to deal with than me, because Shawn and Philip are both in love with you. You have nothing to worry about.

Belle: Neither do you. You are Shawn's wife. He loves you.

Mimi: You're also forgetting that I was the loyal best friend for all those years that you two were together. I know how much Shawn wanted to have a kid with you someday, and now he's going to.

Belle: So, what are you saying -- that, that means we automatically need to get back together? In case you've forgotten, I also have a child with Philip. [ Claire crying] Speaking of which, she's probably wondering where her daddy is right now. Aw, what's wrong, sweetie? Did we wake you? Aw, it's okay. Mommy's here. Let's go say hi to your Godmother. Say, "hi, Mimi."

Mimi: Hi, Claire. I'm sorry we woke you.

Belle: No, she's been fussy all day. She missed Philip's bedtime story. Right?

Mimi: She really does adore Philip, doesn't she?

Belle: Of course she does. He's her daddy. Thank God there will never be any confusion about that.

Abby: Wait a minute. If this is such a big secret, what makes you so sure that the biological father will ever find out...unless you tell him?

Chelsea: Do you think I should?

Abby: I don't know. I don't even know who you're talking about. But whoever it is -- I feel bad for the guy. He's got a kid out there that he doesn't even know about. And, more importantly, I feel bad for the kid. It should know who its real father is.

Chelsea: And I guess the mom should know, too.

Abby: The mom doesn't know who the baby's real father is?

Chelsea: I don't think so. If she did, I'm pretty sure she'd use it to get out of her marriage.

Abby: It sounds like you know these people pretty well. Who are they?

Chelsea: I really shouldn't tell you, but they're nobody I'm close to -- not really, anyway.

Abby: And you think that the mom would want out of the marriage?

Chelsea: Abby, anybody with half a brain can see that she's still in love with the baby's real father and he's still in love with her.

Abby: But nobody knows?

Chelsea: I don't think so.

Abby: Look, I know this really isn't your place to interfere -- I mean, the DNA test results should be private, but not to the mom and dad. Somewhere along the lines, there had to be something to get screwed up for them not to be told.

Chelsea: That's what I figured.

Abby: In this case, I think it actually would be wrong for you not to speak up with what you found.

Chelsea: Yeah, but, Abby, this is valuable information. I just don't think I should go around blabbing about it to just anyone.

Abby: What are you talking about -- "valuable information"? Valuable to who?

Chelsea: To me. I just think that I should wait until the time is right to say anything -- you know, when I can actually use it to my advantage.

Abby: Or, for once, you could do the right thing. How about that?

Billie: Chelsea... do the right thing about what?

Hope: What's this about?

Bo: Um... I was wondering if you would, uh, go to Sami's wedding with me.. It's a Brady family event, and Ma -- I thought that, uh, we should go together.

Hope: I can't believe you're serious, or you. Sami's never gotten along with Bo or me.

Caroline: But family means more to Sami than you realize.

Hope: I'm not family anymore.

Caroline: Oh, Hope, of course you are.

Hope: No, I'm sorry, Caroline. I'm not. Bo and I are getting divorced... and the sooner everyone knew it and accepted it, the better. So showing up at the wedding together would just serve absolutely no purpose whatsoever, except send the wrong message.

Bo: We're not divorced yet. There's still a chance --

Hope: I thought you didn't come here to change my mind.

Bo: We both agreed that if I proved to you I had nothing to do with stealing that evidence --

Caroline: Which he will.

Bo: Ma!

Caroline: I'm sorry. I've got to get out of here. I'll let you two discuss this.

Hope: No, wait, Caroline.

Caroline: I-I realize I'm asking a lot. I just hoped you wouldn't turn me down, and -- I mean, you'd be doing me and Grandpa Shawn, you know, just one last favor for all the years that you've been just like a daughter to us.

Hope: That was low. That was really low. That was as low as low as can be. Recruiting your mother to put a guilt trip on me -- how could you do that?

Bo: This was her idea. You know what you mean to her. You know what family means to her. And to her, you will always be family. What harm would it be to go to the wedding together? It'll make ma and pop happy.

Hope: What point is it to pretend? Why pretend that we're together when we're not together and never will be again?

Bo: That is not true. I will prove my innocence.

Hope: I don't think it will be that simple.

Bo: Well, it's exactly that simple, Hope. You and I both know we would not be in this situation if Chelsea hadn't altered those e-mails. I did not want, I did not agree to a divorce.

Hope: You can't put all of this -- no, wait a second. You're not being fair. You can't put all of this on Chelsea. She did what she did because she knew she could get away with it, because thanks to dear, old dad, there are never, ever any consequences.

Bo: She's gonna learn that there's gonna be very serious consequences to her actions.

Hope: Don't you think it's too late?

Bo: I don't think it's too late. We're gonna have it out. She's gonna regret what she did.

Hope: Well, I'll believe that when I see it with my own eyes.

Bo: And you will see it. I'm gonna make things right. I'm gonna get you back.

Billie: Answer me, Chelsea. Do the right thing about what?

Chelsea: My community service. And she's right. She said that, you know, the judge gave me 200 hours, and I can't cheat them. I need to do them all, no matter how much I hate it.

Billie: Yes, you do. All right. I was just gonna go make myself some tea.. Do you guys want some?

Chelsea: No, thanks.

Abby: I'm good. I have to get back to the garage.

Billie: At this time of night?

Abby: Well, Max got a little behind in his paperwork, so I offered to work overtime till we're all caught up.

Billie: Good for you. Well, thank you very much for coming by and keeping her on the straight and narrow.

Abby: Any time.

Billie: Bye.

Chelsea: Bye.

Abby: Why do you drag me into your lies?

Chelsea: Abby, I didn't know what else to say. It was the first thing that came to my head.

Abby: What about the truth?

Chelsea: I told you -- I'm not ready to tell anybody about this yet, not until I've weighed my options.

Abby: Tell me this -- why do you say that you're gonna change when you know it's not the truth?

Chelsea: It is the truth.

Abby: Then prove it. For once, do something for someone else without thinking what's in it for you.

Philip: So, you and Mimi won't relocate? That's okay. We'll just have to call the attorneys, set up a meeting, work out a custody agreement. That's all.

Shawn D.: Go ahead. Just know that I'm not gonna agree to your terms. There's no way I'm gonna just have a couple hours a month with my kid.

Philip: Hmm. Well, if it goes to court, it doesn't really matter if you agree, because you have to go by the judge's decision. That's how it works in court.

Shawn D.: That's interesting, 'cause so will you.

Philip: Yeah, I'm not really worried about that.

Shawn D.: Oh. Really? Why is that?

Philip: Why is that? Because the family attorney, Gene Briscoe -- you know that guy's got political connections up the wazoo. Pretty much a guarantee that any judge in Salem is gonna rule in favor of a Kiriakis. What do you think about that?

Shawn D.: I'll tell you exactly what I think about that. It's interesting 'cause I'm a Kiriakis, too.

Philip: Yeah, sure you are. Just don't remind me.

Shawn D.: Sorry, Uncle Philip, but it's true.

Philip: This place is dead. What's even going on here? My God, what happened to this place? Can we get some music going, or what? Some dancing.

Shawn D.: What do you think this is, a club?

Philip: No, I just think we should liven it up. Look at this. We got Grandma Caroline's radio right here. We'll get some tunes on. Let's jack it up. ["I'll be" plays] That's what I'm talking about. What is this crap?

Shawn D.: That song, funny enough, is the song Belle and I danced to during the Last Blast competition.

Philip: Of course it is. What else would it be, right? 'Cause no matter what I do, I can't get away from Shawn and Belle's greatest hits.

Mimi: Okay. Well, if you hear from him, can you please call me? Thanks. Bye.

Belle: I just keep thinking about the last time he stormed out. He wrecked Max's race car and nearly got himself killed.

Mimi: Well, I don't think he'll be doing anything like that again.

Belle: Right. Right. I'm sure they're fine. I'm sure they're both fine. So I'm just gonna stop worrying. I'm gonna give Claire a bath. [Sighs] Being a mom is a full-time job. You just wait until you have yours. I can't believe that in just a few months, I'm gonna have two. I don't know how I'm gonna handle that.

Mimi: You'll be fine.

Belle: I hope I don't get depressed again.

Mimi: You think that'll be my fault?

Belle: Mimi, no. I just never knew how I would be able to handle having one child, and, you know, it wouldn't be the end of the world if Claire were an only child. It just wasn't until I started thinking about Shawn and the fact that he was so happy to have a little brother. You know, we used to babysit J.T. all the time together, and I don't have to tell you how much that meant to him. Ever since he was in high school, he's dreamed of having children of his own.

[Water stops] Please don't take that dream away from him. Shawn deserves to spend time with his child -- his own flesh and blood. And if you take that away from him, I really think he's gonna resent you for it. And I'm not saying that to be mean. I just -- I'm trying to explain to you that this baby I'm carrying is not going to ruin your marriage. There's only one person who can do that, and that's you.

Philip: How many is that for you?

Shawn D.: I don't know. I don't know. I lost count.

Philip: That's what I thought.

Shawn D.: What the hell does that mean, by the way?

Philip: It means you can't hold your liquor. It means you're wasted. What do you think it means?

Shawn D.: Really? Me? Yeah? What about you?

Philip: What, are you kidding me? I could drink you underneath the table any day.

Shawn D.: Yeah? That's funny because in the Brady Pub, we call this a bar, not a table. Cheers.

Philip: I could drink you underneath the bar any day. Whatever it is, I could drink you under it.

Shawn D.: So obviously you feel like -- easy there. Easy. Easy. Calm down. You feel like you need to prove something.

Philip: What could I possibly have to prove to you?

Shawn D.: I don't know, but I must tell you I am so far ahead of you, it doesn't even matter. Plus, this is a game, my friend, you can't win. I'm Irish.

Philip: Really? You're Irish? Don't be so sure about that, Brady, 'cause I ain't losing to you -- not now... and not ever. Oh! [Laughing] Ow. Are you kidding me? Oh!

Shawn D.: What happened there? What happened? Give me your hands. Come on.

Philip: Help me up. Help me up. Help me up. Help me up.

Belle: Any sign of them?

Mimi: No, and I am tired of waiting around. I keep imagining all of these horrible things happening, including our husbands meeting up and using each other as punching bags. I'm gonna find Shawn and make sure he's okay.

Belle: You know what? Let's not wait around anymore, either. Come on, Claire. Let's go find your daddy.

[Doorbell rings]

Billie: Yeah. Hold on. Bo.

Bo: Where's Chelsea? I got to talk to her.

Billie: Oh, no. What did she do now?

Bo: She ruined my marriage -- that's what she did.

Billie: By causing the accident?

Bo: No. This was no accident. That girl schemed and plotted. She is sick and twisted.

Billie: Bo, calm down and tell me what happened.

Bo: She intercepted the e-mails I sent to Hope while she was away. You remember when Hope first asked me for a divorce?

Billie: Of course I do. I was there. You sent her that beautiful e-mail, telling her how much you loved her and how you wanted to make the marriage work.

Bo: Well, she never got that. Somehow Chelsea hacked into my e-mail account and changed it. She made Hope think I agreed to the divorce, that I wanted it.

Billie: Hold on a second. You are telling me that our daughter somehow hijacked your e-mail?

Bo: Yeah, twice. She made Hope think that I didn't give a damn. That's why Hope went forward with the divorce. She didn't know how I truly felt until it was too late and everything had spiraled out of control.

Billie: Are you sure?

Bo: Yeah, I'm sure. No one else would or could do something like this. I used her laptop, and I must have forgotten to log off, and that gave her the perfect opportunity to destroy my marriage.

Billie: Oh, my God. I can't believe this. She promised me that she had changed. She promised me that she had learned something. I mean, what the hell are we supposed to do about her now?

Bo: I don't know, and I really don't give a damn anymore.

Chelsea: Hey, Mom? What? What's wrong?

Bo: You are. Everything about you.

Chelsea: What are you talking about?

Bo: I found out what you did. It's time to pay up.

[Footsteps approach]

Mimi: Hope? Hi.

Hope: Hey. Mimi, hi. Hey, sweetie. [Sniffles] How are you? What are you doing here?

Mimi: I was looking for Shawn. He comes down here to think sometimes. Have you seen him?

Hope: No. No, I havenít. I haven't seen him.

Mimi: Are you okay?

Hope: I will be. I just, uh, came down here to catch a breeze tonight... to say goodbye.

Mimi: To Bo?

Hope: To the past.

Mimi: I heard you were going through with the divorce. I'm so sorry.

Hope: Thank you. I appreciate that.

Mimi: But, on the other hand, I mean, I never wanted you and Bo to break up, but, selfishly, I'm looking forward to being an aunt. I know how much this means to Patrick -- how much you mean to him. As much as it meant to me to have a family with Shawn. Now we're having Philip's baby, and everything's a mess.

Hope: I'm sure it seems that way right now, but you know what? I have faith the four of you will work it out.

Mimi: I donít. We all had a huge fight tonight over custody, and Shawn got really upset, and he stormed off. Hope, I'm so afraid that the baby that Belle's having is going to end up coming between Shawn and me.

Hope: Stop. Only if you let it. Did Shawn tell you any idea of where he's headed?

Mimi: No. That's another thing that scares me. He was so angry. I'm afraid what he might do.

Shawn D.: I told you -- told you that I could drink you under the table --

Philip: Bar. Bar.

Shawn D.: What?

Philip: There is no table. "Drink you underneath the bar."

Shawn D.: Right. That's right. Anyway, what was I gonna say? I don't remember.

Philip: Oh, I don't know. I'm sure it wasn't important.

Shawn D.: Oh, no. It was very important. You know what? You can't hold your liquor, but I'll tell you, you got everything, man. You have financial security. I work at a garage. You have Claire. I don't have a kid. And you have... everything. You got everything.

Philip: [Groans] Hold on just a second. You were gonna say "Belle." You were gonna say, "most of all, you've got Belle," weren't you?

Shawn D.: It doesn't matter what I was gonna say. She's committed to you forever. Actually, she told me that.

Philip: When?

Shawn D.: Tonight. Tonight she told me.

Philip: She told you that tonight?

Shawn D.: Yeah. Absolutely 100 -- 100% committed to you and -- and Claire. And together, you guys are, like, a family.

Philip: She said that to you?

Shawn D.: Yeah. Why are -- why are you so surprised? So don't -- don't blow it, man, 'cause you got, like, everything a man -- a man could ever want.

Philip: You're right. I do. Except for one thing.

Shawn D.: What? What's that?

Philip: My left leg. [Laughter] I don't have a leg.

Belle: Hey.

Abby: Belle, hey. What are you doing down here so late?

Belle: Well, I'm looking for Philip. I'm a little worried, Abby. He's not answering his cellphone. He's not returning my calls. Maybe I'm being paranoid, but I just wanted to make sure that he didn't take out another car to try and blow off steam like last time.

Abby: You'll be happy to know Philip hasn't been here.

Belle: Good. And what about Shawn? Has he been by?

Abby: Nope.

Belle: Where is he?

Abby: Is there a problem?

Belle: What?

Abby: It's none of my business, but it seems to me like you're caring more about Shawn than Philip.

Shawn D.: Oh, God. Ah.

Philip: Give me that bottle. You've had plenty. Give me it.

Shawn D.: Like hell, I have.

Philip: Give me that bottle.

Shawn D.: I can handle so much more liquor than you, easily.

Philip: Really?

Shawn D.: I could keep going.

Lisa: Not on my watch. Shawn Douglas Brady, what are you doing? If your grandma came down here, she would hit the roof.

Shawn D.: What she doesn't know can't hurt her, right?

Philip: Yeah, Lisa.

Lisa: You guys are done. It's over. Party's over. You're out of here.

Shawn D.: You can't 86 us. Are you crazy?

Lisa: I could call your grandparents and have them come on down.

Shawn D.: No, no, no. That's -- that's not necessary.

Philip: I got to get home, anyway. Whoo. I got to get home right now.

Lisa: You know, neither one of you are in any position to drive. I'm calling you a cab. Stay here.

Shawn D.: I've been called worse.

Philip: So have I.

Mimi: I'm worried that Shawn could be getting himself into trouble right now -- a fight or something with Philip. They left at the same time, and they both were really upset.

Hope: Oh, God.

Mimi: It's all my fault. If I hadn't insisted on such strict visitation terms, Shawn wouldn't be freaking out.

Hope: Mimi, I completely understand, and I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you, but I don't blame you for wanting to have things settled.

Mimi: Really?

Hope: Yes. Really. I think it's very wise of you to set some boundaries for Shawn and the baby that he's having with Belle. It won't be an easy situation. You realize it's bound to bring them closer?

Mimi: That's exactly what I'm afraid of.

Hope: Don't misunderstand what I'm saying, honey. You have nothing to worry about. Shawn loves you. He tells me all the time how much you mean to him, that he trusts you more than anyone in the world. Well, except for me, of course. Come on. On your feet. Let's go look for him. I'm gonna help you. Two can cover more ground than one.

Mimi: Thank you.

Chelsea: I don't know what you're talking about. What do you think that I did?

Bo: Stop with the "innocent little girl" act. I know about the e-mails that you sent my wife, how you made her think that I agreed to wanting a divorce, when you knew that was the last thing that I wanted! What? You didn't think I'd find out about it? You think Hope and I would never talk about it? I'm surprised it took as long as it did, but that's probably your fault, too, isn't it? You took my son from me. You had to take my wife, too?!

Billie: Hey, Bo.

Bo: Are you gonna defend her?

Billie: No, I am not defending her. I want to make that very clear. I am so disappointed in you. You promised me that you were gonna change, that you were gonna stop scheming and lying.

Chelsea: I'm sorry, but I thought that if Hope came back, she and dad would get together and then I would go to jail.

Bo: You belong in jail.

Billie: Bo.

Bo: Listen to me. This proves you didn't learn a damn thing from what happened to Zack. You're irresponsible. You don't think about anybody but yourself! This makes me sick and ashamed that I ever stood up for you.

Chelsea: You don't mean that.

Bo: Yes, I do. The things I did for you -- I lied to protect you. Every time you screwed up, I gave you the benefit of the doubt. I forgave you, I believed in you over and over again. But no more. Until you can prove to me that you can straighten up and be a decent person, you're on your own. I wash my hands of you as of right now!

Belle: Abby, I'm worried about Shawn and Philip. They got into a huge fight, and then they just took off. And -- and they probably just needed some cooling-off time, right? Right, honey? Daddy probably just went to a movie or something.

Abby: She is so adorable.

Belle: Thank you.

Abby: You know, you and Philip are really lucky to have such a perfect family.

Belle: We are really lucky. I don't know about perfect, though. But I do know that Claire is what keeps us all together, though. If it wasn't for her, my life would be very different. I wouldn't be carrying this gigantic diaper bag, for one thing. Whoo! Can we use your bathroom? I think she needs to be changed.

Abby: Go ahead.

Belle: Okay. Let's get all your stuff, honey. Okay.

Mimi: Shawn? Shawn? [Sighs] Shawn, where are you?! Damn it! [Sighs]

Philip and Shawn: No bottles of beer on the wall no bottles of beer we take one down and pass it around no bottles of beer on the wall.

Shawn D.: Loser! Loser! Hi, honey.

Mimi: Don't you "hi, honey" me. Do you have any idea what you have put me through tonight -- what both of you have put Belle and me through?! We have been worried sick about you two, wanting to know if you were all right. And here you are, blitzed out of your minds, having a good old time. Are you two insane?

Shawn D.: [Snorts]

Philip: I guess I better go explain to Belle.

Mimi: Explain what, Philip?

Philip: I don't know. I'll come up with something. Later.

Mimi: Okay.

Shawn D.: Good luck, man! Good luck!

Mimi: I cannot believe this. Oh, my God. You smell.

Shawn D.: Did you miss me?

Mimi: You know, I have been looking for you all night. You could have had at least the decency to call me.

Shawn D.: I-I thought -- I was thinking.

Mimi: No, you were drinking, Shawn.

Shawn D.: I just want to make out -- up. I want to make up. Well, no, I want a kiss, too. Can I have a kiss...honey? I love you.

Mimi: Okay. You can have one kiss, but that is all you deserve, and don't you dare think for one second that you are getting any... thing else, 'cause, obviously, nothing else will be happening.

Mimi: [Sighs] Okay, Shawn, come on. Wake up. You'll be much more comfortable sleeping it off in the bedroom. Come on. Shawn, please, come on. Let's get into bed. Oh, my God.

[Exhales sharply] You're not asleep, are you? You're unconscious. Shawn! Oh, no, no, no! Shawn!

Billie: I understand that you're angry with Chelsea, and I don't blame you. But you didn't mean what you said -- that you were gonna wash your hands of her. You can't do that.

Bo: She's had it rough. She's been through a hell of a lot, yeah. But that excuse wears thin after a while. At some point, she's got to grow up and take responsibility for what she's done. Until she can do that -- until she can prove to me that she's changed -- she's out of my life completely.

Chelsea: Hey, Abby, do you have a minute?

Abby: Chelsea, what's wrong? Why have you been crying?

Chelsea: My dad basically just disowned me.

Abby: What are you talking about?

Chelsea: Um, I did something really bad again, only, um, it happened a while ago, and he just found out about it, and he said that until I can prove to him that I've changed and that I'm a good person, he doesn't want me in his life anymore. Can you believe that? He just disowned me. He just abandoned me -- my own father.

Abby: Look, Chelsea, it's called tough love, okay? And maybe that's just what you need.

Chelsea: [Scoffs, sniffles] I told Max and Billie, "everybody that ever cares about me leaves, no matter how many times they promise."

Abby: It doesn't have to be that way, Chelse. Okay? Your father will forgive you. He loves you. You just have to tell him that you're sorry and that you won't do it again and that you really mean it this time.

Chelsea: How's he ever gonna believe me? He's never gonna believe anything I say or do again.

Abby: You know what they say. Actions speak louder than words.

Chelsea: Well, maybe now's my chance to actually do the right thing.

Chelsea: What would you say if I told you I could give you that miracle?

Hope: I can't lose another child, Bo. I just canít.

Max: Does it have to do with your dad?

Abby: Yeah. He got stabbed in the back by a brother.

Mimi: I've kept so much from you. I promise, and I really mean it this time, I will tell you everything.

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