Days Transcript Tuesday 9/19/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 9/19/06 - Canada; Wednesday 9/20/06 - U.S.A.

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Frankie: Hey, Abe.

Abe: Frankie.

Frankie: I heard you rescued Jack and Jennifer. Where are they?

Abe: No one told you?

Frankie: Told me what?

Abe: When the search team found them, Jack was unconscious. They were being airlifted to University Hospital.

Frankie: I got to get over there, Abe, thanks.

Shawn D.: Frankie, what's going on? We might need you.

Frankie: We'll have to talk later.

Shawn D.: What do you mean? With Uncle Mickey out of town, Patrick's gonna need a lawyer.

Bonnie: You know what? Let's not get ahead of ourselves. I'm betting those keystone cops probably screwed up again because that's all they're really good at. No offense, Shawn. If we do hire an attorney, it will be to sue those cops for false arrest. Now, let's go. What in the world do you think you're doing, throwing my boy in the hoosegow?

Mimi: Patrick is about to be a cop.

Abe: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on. One at a time.

Bonnie: I want to see my son. While you got him locked up, the real killer's out there laughing at you.

Patrick: What the hell is going on?

Tek: Your arraignment's been set.

Patrick: It's one step closer to getting me out of here.

Tek: No, that's one step closer to death row. You're a cop killer.

Patrick: How many times do I have to say it? I did not kill Eve Michaels..

Tek: There's a closet full of evidence that says you did.

Patrick: Yeah, that's bull. I think you know that.

Tek: When you first signed up at the academy, I gave you the benefit of the doubt, but those days are over.

Patrick: Tek, you got to listen to me.

Tek: No, you played me for a fool, Lockhart.

Patrick: You know I want to be a cop. Why would I go and kill one? And Eve Michaels? What's my motive? Look, man, I have been busting my butt trying to turn my life around so I can be a good father to my baby. And I swear on that unborn child I had nothing to do with that woman's death, but I need you to help me prove it.

Nurse: He was going into shock when we found him. We administered some adrenaline 10 minutes apart.

Lexie: Fever?

Nurse: Body temperature's 91.8.

Jennifer: Lexie, listen, we spent the night in this cave.

Lexie: A cave?!

Jennifer: Yeah.

Lexie: Take him into cubical two. I'll be right there.

Jennifer: Oh, Lexie, you got to help him, please.

Lexie: Okay, just quickly tell me what happened.

Jennifer: We were in this wooded area. We spent the night in this cave, Jack just keeled over for no reason at all, Lexie. If I hadn't heard the helicopter, we never would have been rescued.

Lexie: How long has he been unconscious?

Jennifer: I don't know. An hour?

Lexie: Was he stung by a bee, any insect bites?

Jennifer: Oh, gosh, not that I know of.

Lexie: Did he hit his head on anything when he fell?

Jennifer: I don't think so.

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Lexie: All right, I'll check him out, and we'll see. You just try to stay calm, okay?

Jennifer: Please, Lexie, don't let him die, please.

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

Abe: Patrick's been booked. He's met an attorney.

Bonnie: What attorney? If it's some court-appointed pro-bonehead joker, you can forget it.

Abe: He's being arraigned in the morning.

Shawn D.: This arrest, it's based on what, exactly?

Abe: Evidence found in Patrick’s closet is imperative to Eve Michaels' murder.

Bonnie: Hold on. Patrick's home is my home. Who gave you permission to search?

Abe: We had a search warrant, Bonnie. The items were found in your front closet, including the murder weapon.

Mimi: You've got to be kidding.

Shawn D.: It makes perfect sense to me. If I were to murder somebody, I wouldn't get rid of the evidence. I would keep it in my closet.

Bonnie: I keep an umbrella in that closet. Maybe that's the murder weapon.

Abe: I think you know it's a handgun. We're waiting on the ballistics report.

Bonnie: I need to sit.

Mimi: You're making a big mistake. If what you say is true and you really did find a gun, then it only means that Patrick was framed. What about Chelsea? She lives in my mom's house, too. She forged that DNA report. She's already killed one person. Why isn't she a suspect?

Shawn D.: And the hotshot detective who made this arrest was my father, right?

Abe: Yeah, it was Bo.

Bonnie: Oh, the plot thickens!

Abe: Bo did it by the book.

Shawn D.: Were you there?

Abe: No, but one of my officers was, and your father wouldn't plant evidence. Shawn, I know you're down on him right now, but I'm surprised you're even suggesting that..

Shawn d.: We all know that he has something against Patrick. He hates him -- always has, and he hates him now even more.

Abe: Because your mother's having Patrick’s baby.

Shawn D.: Yes, you got it.

Abe: If you're so smart, how come Patrick's fingerprints are all over a crucial piece of evidence? Do you think your father managed to do that, too?

Bonnie: I should have cleaned out that closet last week when I could have made a pretty penny off the hospital rummage sale. I want to take my son home. Who do I have to see to have him released?

Abe: Released? Bonnie, there is no way Patrick's going home.

Abby: Mom.

Jennifer: Oh, honey. Oh, thank goodness you're here.

Abby: I came as soon as I got your message. I was so worried.

Jennifer: Is Frankie here? We had no way of getting ahold of you, sweetie.

Abby: How is dad doing?

Jennifer: I still don't know. Right now he's unconscious.

Abby: I can't take this! He's been through so much.

Jennifer: I know, honey, I know.

Abby: I thought he was getting better.

Jennifer: Honey. Yes, this is definitely a setback. But Lexie is in there with him. Everyone is working on him.

Abby: Where were you? You guys just disappeared.

Jennifer: Listen, to make a long story short, your dad and I were working on a story for the

Spectator.

Abby: What? Dad went back to work?

Jennifer: I thought that he could handle it, but, obviously, I was wrong.. But you know your dad when he wants to do something. You remember the recent murder of that police woman, right?

Abby: Yeah, everyone's talking about it. They found her body at St. Luke's after Sami's wedding. It's kind of creepy.

Jennifer: Yes, it is. But your dad, he got a tip from a source, and he wanted to follow that lead, so I had to follow him.

Abby: That's great -- not that the woman was killed, but that you guys are teaming up again.

Jennifer: It was great. It was just like the old days.

Abby: But now he's sick.

Jennifer: Yeah, it's definitely not what we planned. And then it turned out that his source ambushed us, and we ended up getting shot at.

Abby: Somebody was shooting at you? Who?

Jennifer: This crazy, crazy mountain woman. But listen, that doesn't matter right now. Your dad needs our prayers.

Abby: Mom, what if... what if dad's not in remission and this is what we've been afraid of all along?

Jennifer: Honey, don't even say it, okay?

Abby: I can't help it.

Lexie: Jennifer. Abby, I'm glad you're here, too. I have news.

Bonnie: Why can't I take Patrick home?

Abe: Didn't you hear me? Patrick's being arraigned tomorrow.

Bonnie: I heard you, but why can't he sleep in his own bed? That way he's fresh and looking his best when he faces the judge.

Abe: That ain't gonna happen.

Bonnie: Fine, then we'll just wait here and take him home after the arraignment.

Abe: That's not gonna happen, either.

Bonnie: And why the hell not?

Abe: Patrick's being charged with first-degree murder. So, in all likelihood, the judge will deny him bail.

Bonnie: No bail? Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty? What kind of country are we living in? You know your brother didn't do this, and I'll be damned if I let him get railroaded.

Shawn D.: Abe, is it possible that Mimi and Bonnie can at least see Patrick?

Abe: If you all calm down. Okay, I'll get somebody to bring him into the visiting room, and... look, for what it's worth, I know what you're going through, and I am sorry..

Patrick: I am being set up.

Tek: If you're trying to tell me Bo Brady planted that evidence, you're wasting your time.

Patrick: All I'm gonna say is now that Hope's having my baby, Bo would not mind seeing me in prison. And maybe it's not Bo. Fine. Maybe it's somebody I used to work for, somebody who thinks I'm gonna make a great scapegoat.

Tek: Like who, the DiMeras?

Patrick: I don't know.

Tek: 'Cause it'd take a magician to come up with as much evidence as we have tied directly to you. We got means, motive, opportunity.

Patrick: I am the one who gave you that lead about the Italian shoes. Do you think I would have done that if I had a pair sitting in the closet? I may be a lot of things, but I am not stupid. Now, there is a killer walking around out there who blew away one of your colleagues, and it wasn't me.

Tek: It's not my job to prove your innocence. That's your lawyer's job.

Patrick: And I've been talking to her. She's doing a good job. And if this thing goes to trial, she is going to attack the state's witnesses. She is gonna poke all kinds of holes in that bogus evidence.

Tek: Okay, so?

Patrick: So as good as she is, I'm gonna need a team of lawyers and investigators who can find a way to stop Bo Brady from railroading me, but I don't have that.

Tek: That's where I come in.

Patrick: I need someone I can count on to clear my name.

Tek: Lucky .

Patrick: And you don't have to do this for nothing. I will pay you, whatever.

Tek: Look, I understand --

Patrick: I am desperate! Eve Michaels was a cop. And, yeah, she made some mistakes, but she deserves justice. Will Roberts is still missing, now, I think you have some pretty compelling evidence to find out who's behind all of this. I mean, at least look into the possibility that I am being set up. I'm about to become a father. Do you think I would really do something that would prevent me from ever seeing my kid?

Tek: All right, I'll poke around and see what I can find out, but that doesn't mean that I'm buying your story. It just means that I think it's worth investigating.

Patrick: Okay, good. You won't be sorry.

Tek: I better not be.

Lexie: You'll be happy to know that Jack is awake.

Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. He is, Lexie? Is he okay?

Lexie: Yeah, yeah, yeah. He's fine.

Abby: Dad's gonna be okay.

Jennifer: Why did Jack lose consciousness like that?

Lexie: For starters, he was suffering from hypoglycemia. When did he eat last?

Jennifer: It's been a while. We had some berries from the woods, but that's it.

Lexie: Okay, well, we gave him a dextrose IV to get his blood sugar up. It must have been pretty cold in that cave because he was also suffering from hypothermia.

Jennifer: It was freezing. Why didn't that happen to me?

Lexie: Because Jack's been seriously ill, in his weakened state, he's susceptible to a lot of things.

Abby: Does this mean his disease is back or it never went away?

Lexie: No, not at all. In fact, why don't you come with me? You should be with Jack when he hears this.

Abby: Dad!

Jack: Oh, there they are, my two lovely ladies. Am I a lucky guy or what?

Jennifer: Lexie said that she had something to tell us.

Lexie: Yeah. We've just received a fax from the hospital in D.C.

Jack: The results from the trials are in?

Lexie: You're a lucky man, Jack. The experimental drugs worked. You are now officially in remission.

Jack: I am?! I mean, I really am?

Jennifer: Did I tell you? I told you this was gonna happen didn’t I?

Abby: It really is a miracle.

Jack: No, I mean, I believe it. I don't believe it, but I do believe it. I am, I really am? I'm gonna make it?

Lexie: I'd say you already have, Jack. Now all you have to do is figure out how you're going to spend the rest of your life.

Jack: I think I already know that. I know that right now. Come here. Make you guys so proud, honest to God! Mommy?

Patrick: Hey, Mom, Meems.

Mimi: Hi.

Bonnie: Look what they've done to you!

Patrick: It's okay. I'm fine.

Bonnie: Oh, honey, it breaks my heart to see you like this.

Mimi: We know you're innocent. You're not gonna be here for long.

Patrick: These things can drag on for a while.

Bonnie: You are innocent, right?

Patrick: Of course I'm innocent.

Bonnie: You know what they do to cops in prison.

Patrick: First of all, I'm not a cop, and second of all, I'm not going to prison, okay?

Mimi: Tell us what we can do for you. Shawn wants to help, too.

Patrick: He does?

Mimi: He's on your side. He actually thinks he knows who framed you.

Patrick: And who might that be?

Mimi: His father.

Patrick: I have to admit that thought has crossed my mind, but Shawn thinks so, too?

Mimi: He thinks it's a possibility. He said that Bo would do practically anything to not lose Hope.

Patrick: If I find out he's the one who set me up, then I might really commit murder.

[Door opens]

Abe: Everything okay?

Shawn D.: Just thought I'd give Mimi and Bonnie some alone time with Patrick. It's okay that I hang out here, right?

Abe: Yeah, no problem. How are you doing?

Shawn D.: Oh, I'm all right.

Abe: You sure about that?

Shawn D.: Yeah.

Abe: Look, Shawn, I know you've got a lot on your mind.

Shawn D.: Well, that's life in Salem.

Abe: About your father... do you really think he might have set up Patrick?

Shawn D.: It wouldn't surprise me.

Abe: Your father's an honorable man, Shawn.

Shawn D.: If you say so. [Telephone rings]

Abe: Salem P.D., Abe Carver. Yeah, I'll keep a lookout. That was the lab.. The results of your new DNA test -- Claire's and yours -- it's being messengered over. It should be here any minute.

Lexie: Okay, Jack, you are clear to go home.

Jack: Hallelujah! Thank you, Lexie.

Lexie: Just remember to continue your drug therapy, and we'll want to see you once a month to test your blood a liver functions.

Jack: I understand.

Lexie: Hopefully we've seen the last of this disease, but we need to stay on top of it.

Jennifer: I will have him in here for his checkups.

Lexie: I'm sure the three of you are anxious to get going.

Jennifer: Lexie, thank you so much for everything, really.

Abby: We appreciate everything you've done for my dad.

Lexie: Well, there's the man who truly deserves your thanks.

Frankie: Hey. Are you okay?

Jennifer: Yes, yes, Frankie. I'm sorry we scared you like that.

Frankie: No, I heard when they found you, you were unconscious.

Jack: I was, but I'm much better now, thank you.

Frankie: I can see that.

Abby: You know, if it wasn't for Frankie, none of us would have known you were missing. He was the one who called the police to look for you before it was too late.

Jennifer: There you go. One more thing that the Deveraux family is indebted to you for.

Jack: Along with the fact that I'm in remission.

Frankie: You are?! Oh, Jack, that's incredible. That's fantastic! I knew you could do it.

Jack: Thanks. Thank you.

Frankie: Yeah.

Jennifer: And you made it happen. If it weren't for you, it wouldn't be like this.

Frankie: Yeah.

Patrick: I appreciate you guys coming by, but I'm okay.

Bonnie: Mimi and I just want to make sure they're treating you okay.

Patrick: Thanks. Have either of you talked to Hope tonight?

Bonnie: No.

Patrick: She was here when Bo arrested me.

Bonnie: Oh, baby, I'm so sorry. That must have made it so much worse.

Patrick: Yeah. She said she was gonna come by and see me, but what if she thinks I'm guilty?

Bonnie: No, honey. Hope's a smart lady. She's having your baby. She's not gonna turn on you just like that.

Patrick: I hope not.

Bonnie: Sweetheart, she's probably exhausted. Between you getting busted and having to get divorced from Bo, it's a lot to deal with in one day.

Patrick: She's not divorced yet.

Bonnie: What? Why not?

Patrick: I don't know. The judge was about to grant the divorce, and then she got a message from the bailiff, and she ordered a continuance.

Bonnie: What kind of message?

Patrick: People seem to think that Bo pulled some strings to have the hearing stopped.

Bonnie: The jerk probably slipped the judge some dough when you weren't looking.

Patrick: He wasn't there.

Bonnie: He wasn't in the courtroom?

Patrick: He never showed up.

Bonnie: After his talking about t how much he "loved" Hope and how he wouldn't give her a divorce?

Patrick: He was probably too busy raiding our house, trying to find some reason to have me locked up. That's a good reason to keep me away from Hope, right?

Bonnie: He's not gonna get away with it.

Patrick: Mom, don't!

Bonnie: Somebody's got to take him down a notch or two.

Mimi: It shouldn't be you.

Patrick: Mimi's right. I appreciate it and I love you, but please do not fight my battles for me, okay?

Mimi: Mother, will you listen to us for once? Patrick does not need you making things worse than they already are.

Abe: Hey, we've got some magazines out front.

Shawn D.: No, thanks.

Abe: Reading might help take your mind off those DNA results.

Shawn D.: I don't think anything's gonna help that. I'm fine.

Abe: Okay.

Shawn D.: I'm just hoping that you guys nail Chelsea for good this time and you don't let her off the hook.

Abe: Anybody ever tell you that you're a lot like your father?

Shawn D.: I don't want to have to do this.

Abe: Getting yourself all worked up just like him. You know, you got to learn to put things in perspective. Don't let your anger control you.

Shawn D.: I'm just saying if she is responsible for the embryo switch and the DNA report she's got to pay.

Abe: Well, Shawn, if she did that, she will pay. But you're jumping the gun.

Shawn D.: I'm sorry if I don't share the same faith in the law as you do..

Abe: Well, time is up for bonnie and your wife's visit. But before they come back, I'd like to ask you something.

Shawn D.: Shoot.

Abe: When the DNA results arrive, would you prefer to see them alone?

Shawn D.: No, I want Mimi and Bonnie here.

Abe: Okay.

Shawn D.: Because I already know what they're gonna say. It's gonna confirm that Claire's father is Philip. And we can get back to our lives the way they were, and Chelsea can be locked away for good where she can't bother anyone anymore.

Abe: All right. I'm gonna go see if the messenger's come by yet.

Lexie: If you'll excuse me, I have to check on another patient.

Jack: Lexie.

Lexie: Yeah?

Jack: Thanks. Thanks for the good news.

Lexie: I am ecstatic that you are doing so well. I'll see you in a bit, okay?

Jack: Okay. So, Frankie, we... I owe you everything.

Frankie: Nah...

Abby: Frankie...

Frankie: Yeah?

Abby: You're an amazing guy, and I owe you an apology.

Frankie: No, not necessary.

Abby: No, I mean, you was try to make my mom and the rest of us happy. And all I did was act like a spoiled brat. I'm sorry. Would it be all right if we just started over as friends?

Frankie: I'd like that.

Jack: Uh... Abigail, would you... would you come downstairs with me? You can just wheel me down, all right?

Abby: Sure.

Jennifer: I’ll be down in one minute, just one minute.

Abby: Okay, Mr. Deveraux.

Jack: Okay, Miss Deveraux.

Frankie: Whoa, whoa, whoa. You think you're getting off that easy? Come here.

Jack: Thank you. Thanks for everything.

Frankie: You're so welcome, buddy.

Jack: You know, I could walk down. I really could, but I don't want Lexie on my case... or you. All right? Okay. Jack Deveraux is leaving the building! Yee-haw!

Jennifer: Frankie...

Frankie: Don’t.

Jennifer: I just want to say --

Frankie: I know what you're gonna say.

Jennifer: How do you know what I'm gonna say?

Frankie: How long have we known each other?

Jennifer: Practically a lifetime.

Frankie: Trust me. I know what you're gonna say. I can see it in your eyes. [Voice breaking] Actually, I've seen it for a long time, I just... I didn't want to admit it to myself, that's all. You're in love with Jack... and you're going back to him.

Abe: All right, time's up.

Bonnie: But we just barely got here.

Mimi: Can we have a few more minutes?

Abe: You can see him again in the morning. And I'm sure you're gonna want to be with your husband when he gets the results of his DNA test.

Bonnie: What?

Mimi: They're sending the results in now?

Abe: It should be any moment.

Bonnie: But I wasn't through.

Abe: Through with what?

Bonnie: Through visiting with Patrick. [Bag thuds]

Mimi: Damn, I'm such a klutz. Everything's gonna be all right.

Patrick: Yeah, for both of us, I hope.

Abe: All right, let's go.

Shawn D.: Mom, I'm at the police station. Mimi and Bonnie are in with Patrick. I was just calling to check in. Mom, I'm gonna have to call you back, okay?

Officer: You know where the commissioner is?

Shawn D.: He just stepped out for a second. He'll be back soon.

Officer: I can sign for that so you don’t have to wait.

Shawn D.: Yeah, thanks. Right here.

Officer: I'll see that Commissioner Carver gets it.

Jennifer: I am so sorry.

Frankie: Please stop apologizing.

Jennifer: I love you very much... and I wanted to marry you.

Frankie: Until Jack came home.

Jennifer: And then I was just in shock. I was so confused, and the only thing I was thinking about was how do we make him better?

Frankie: I know.

Jennifer: And I'm just sorry it took me so long to figure all of this out.

Frankie: You figured it out when you away with him, didn't you? Even if he hadn't gone into remission.

Jennifer: I'm sorry. I didn't want to string you along. And I kept telling myself that's no I doing, but... you deserve so much better than this, Frankie, I mean that.

Frankie: Whoever she is... she won't be you. But she's out there somewhere.

Jennifer: And I want you to find her because she will give you her whole heart, and I wasn’t able to do that. And whoever she is, she will be the luckiest woman in the world.. Goodbye.

Bonnie: Meems, wait up.

Mimi: What?

Bonnie: I really don’t think I had enough time to finish changing the DNA results. We could be in trouble.

Mimi: Well, there's nothing we can do now. Whatever happens, happens.

Abe: Okay, let's go. So, is that the hospital report?

Officer: Yep, just got here.

Abe: You ready?

Shawn D.: More than ready.

Abe: I think you should be the first to read it.

Mimi: Shawn, wait.

Shawn D.: Why?

Mimi: Maybe we should take it home and read it later in privacy.

Bonnie: Mimi's right. It's been a long day.

Shawn D.: The sooner we get this over with the faster we can have Chelsea arrested for falsifying the report.

Mimi: You're sure?

Shawn D.: Yeah, it's been a long day. At least now we can end it with some good news, right?

Lexie: [Gasps] Oh, goodness!

Frankie: I wasn't looking. I'm sorry.

Lexie: No, it's okay. Has Jack left already?

Frankie: Yeah, just now.

Lexie: And did Jennifer and Abby go with him?

Frankie: Yeah.

Lexie: Frankie, I'm so sorry.

Frankie: I knew what I was up against. But you know what? There's one good thing about all this.

Lexie: What's that?

Frankie: I don’t have to get a divorce. We were never legally married. We both knew that this was a possibility if Jack went into recovery.

Lexie: But that doesn't make it any easier.

Frankie: You're right. It doesn’t. Anyway, I'm just, you know, I'm giving them some time at the house together, and then I'm gonna go over there and get my things and get out of there.

Lexie: And then what?

Frankie: Damned if I know. Maybe spin a globe, point my finger, and head in that direction. Yeah, uh, one thing's for sure, though. In Salem my life is over. It's time to move on.

Abby: This has been the most incredible day of my life. My dad's disease is in remission. My parents are back together. I mean, I'm never gonna complain again.

Jack: And if you believe that, I've got some land to sell you somewhere.

Abby: I just want to let you know how happy I am.

Jack: You're really happy? Well, we're happy, too. In fact, I think it's time for a little bit of champagne. No, no, no. No champagne. Ice cream sodas.

Abby: Ooh, sounds good.

Jennifer: Now, wait a minute. We can't have a party yet 'cause someone's missing.

Jack: That would be...

All: Jack Jr.

Jennifer: Let me call Doug and Julie. [Telephone rings] Oh, maybe that's them now. Hold on. Hello? Hey. Yeah, yeah. Hold on. It's Harold.

Jack: Harold?

Jennifer: Yeah.

Jack: My boyfriend. Harold, I told you never to call me here! Harold. Harold. No, not doing bad at all, why? What?! Really? No, you're kidding, right? This is a joke. I would -- wait a minute. Sure, I'd like to -- okay, I'll tell you what. Let me talk to Jennifer and Abigail. I got to talk to my family, and then we'll get back to you. Soon, yes, we'll get back to you soon. Thank you, Harold. Thank you very much. You, too. Thanks. Thanks.

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness. What were you talking about?

Jack: He just offered me the job of London Bureau Chief for the Spectator.

Jennifer: What? That's incredible. That's a plum job, Jack.

Jack: I know that. He said he's been holding the position open, waiting for me to get better.

Jennifer: Well, that's a huge compliment to you.

Jack: For you, too.

Jennifer: What are you talking about?

Jack: He wants you to be the European Correspondent based in London.

Jennifer: Come on.

Jack: No.

Jennifer: Honey, you don’t understand. This has been a dream of ours to possibly live in London one day. Remember how we talked about it, Jack, going to the theater, going to Rome, going to Paris?

Jack: Yeah. But that was, you know, that was before.

Abby: Before what? Before you had kids?

Jack: Well...

Jennifer: Yeah.

Abby: We were just looking through pictures of you from boarding school. Do you remember, Mom? And you always said that someday...

Jack: You were looking through pictures from boarding school to what end? What purpose? Why?

Jennifer: I was just thinking about all the last few times that we were in Europe, that's all.

Jack: Oh, really? I've thought about that, as well. I've thought about the two of you almost being killed in Ireland. I've thought about you and me going out to dinner and narrowly missing being massacred at Greta's coronation. You know, it's a miracle that we all got back here safe and sound.

Jennifer: Yes, that sums it all up, Jack.

Jack: And then there's "Ubilam."

Jennifer: I didn't bring it up.

Jack: I did, because I'm sure you were thinking it.

Jennifer: Just for a second.

Jack: There is one difference. You know what it is?

Abby: You're together.

Jennifer: That's right.

Both: We're together.

Abby: I am so proud of you. This is great.

Jack: I was just thinking. Harold may have an ulterior motive.

Jennifer: Jack, what are you talking about?

Jack: He may be thinking of a way to finally get us out of his hair -- his well-coiffed hair.

Abby: Wait, Dad, come on. This is a dream come true for both of you. I mean, you have to do it. You're gonna do it, right?

Lexie: Frankie, I know this isn't the way you hoped things would have worked out, you know, leaving Jennifer, Salem. But if it makes you feel any better, I'm a little envious of you.

Frankie: Envious of me? Why?

Lexie: Yeah, your independence. There's nothing tying you down, Frankie. You are free to go wherever you want to go, do whatever you want to do.

Frankie: I guess there's something to be said for that.

Lexie: Yeah, there is. You know, there are times I just feel trapped. My life has gotten so complicated. I just feel like I'm being pulled in so many different directions, you know? I mean, my job... my mom, my son. Don't get me wrong. I love being a mom. But...I don’t know.

Frankie: I notice you didn't mention Abe.

Lexie: Yeah, I know.

Frankie: Well, if I may, what's happening with you two?

Lexie: Well, he says he wants to try to make our marriage work, but I'm not sure he means it.

Frankie: How do you feel about that? Do you want him back?

Lexie: I thought I did.

Frankie: But?

Lexie: I don’t know. Our relationship is just so different now, you know? I may be wrong, but I... I feel like he's holding something back from me, Frankie.

Frankie: Like what?

Lexie: I don’t know. It could be that he doesn't fully trust me, you know? And if that's what it is, I can't blame him.

Frankie: Have you tried talking to him about it?

Lexie: Yeah, but you have to weigh your words very carefully with Abe.

Frankie: I'm sorry.

Lexie: Yeah, so am I.

Frankie: I really do hope things work out between you two.

Lexie: Thanks. Oh, goodness.

Frankie: What?

Lexie: I am so sorry, Frankie. We were talking about you.

Frankie: No, no, no. That's okay. It helped. It took my mind off of things.

Lexie: Did it?

Frankie: Yeah, thanks.

Lexie: Okay. You take care of yourself, okay? You're one of the good guys. You really are. Ever you wind up, I really hope you find the happiness you're looking for.

Frankie: Thank you very much. I appreciate it.

Lexie: I'm gonna miss you so much. Take care.

Jack: I don’t know. I feel like I just got my life back, and now I'm gonna pick up everything and move to London? And, Abigail, what about you?

Abby: Don't worry about me.

Jennifer: Honey, we do worry about you. We're your parents.

Jack: Of course we're gonna worry about you. You're starting school. Yes, there's some family here.

Jennifer: Your dad's right. You're gonna be starting Salem University. For you to go to London --

Abby: I don’t want to go to London. I wouldn't have to. I could stay in a dorm or with Aunt Maggie or Great Gram.

Jennifer: Oh, I don’t know. What do you think?

Jack: Well, if I didn't think she was trying to get us out of her hair, I'd say she was growing up.

Abby: I would miss you guys and J.J. like crazy, but this an opportunity that you can't pass up. It would be good for me, too. I could come visit you Christmas and on Spring Break.. It would be so cool.

Jennifer: I hate hearing this. She is growing up.

Jack: Okay, but... okay, close your ears for a minute. Seriously, Jennifer, what do we think? What are we gonna do?

Jennifer: We'll never get another chance like this.

Jack: All right. I'm just thinking, though, going to London, England, at my age, trying to pick up that language. Jack Jr., he's younger.

Jennifer: They speak English in London!

Jack: Well, then, we can pick it up, too. We could... I don’t know.. We've never shied away from adventure before, have we?

Jennifer: When it comes right down to it, no, Jack.

Jack: So... merry Old England, here we come.

Jennifer: Yes, yes, yes, yes!

Abby: You are gonna fit in perfectly. I can just see you going to work in your bowler and swinging a -- what do they call an umbrella?

Jennifer: A brolly.

Jack: You mean me, right?

Jennifer: Yes, your brolly.

Abby: You see, Mom already knows the lingo.

Jack: All right, but I just have to say, you know, whenever your mother and I go someplace, we always end up in trouble. I just have to say... God save the Queen.

Jennifer: Oh, no!

Jack: God save the queen! [Silly voice] Save her!

Jennifer: Now you're scaring me.

Jack: Save her, please! We're coming!

Shawn D.: This page is a bunch of numbers. I don’t know what it means.

Mimi: What does it say?

Shawn D.: The report that Chelsea left in the hospital room was accurate.. I'm Claire's father.

Bo: Go after Steve. Fight for him the way I'm fighting for Hope.

Kayla: 'Cause we're both Brady’s, and as mom says, Brady’s don’t give up, right?

Hope: Because I'm really ready to move on with my life.

Jennifer: Good, good. Just bring Bo with you.

Jack: That's not the greatest thing I ever did. You are.

Shawn D.: The report that showed up in my hospital room was correct. I am Claire's father.

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