Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 10/27/06 - Canada; Monday 10/30/06 - U.S.A.
Proofread By Niki
Belle: Come on, maybe we sh -- [Doorbell rings] Put you to sleep. Just go to sleep. What do you want?
Shawn D.: I want to help with Claire. Is she okay?
Belle: She's fine. And you are the last person that either one of us needs right now, so you can just go.
Roman: Yeah, all right. Well, have the doctor call me as soon as he gets this message. It's very important. Yeah, yeah, I understand that. Thank you. Thank you very much. [Sighs] Another dead end.
Frankie: What happened?
Roman: I got his exchange. He's hiking in the Himalayas. Can't be reached for at least four days.
Caroline: Well, we have to find someone else.
Frankie: I don't know. My buddy's a top guy at the FDA, and if there was another antidote out there, he'd know what it is.
Caroline: But Kayla and Steve are running out of time. They may not have 24 hours, let alone four days.
Lexie: No, I can't do this, Abe. I can't go in there.
Abe: Lex...we've been over this. The Brady’s are our good friends. And they're going through hell right now. We need to be there for them, offer our support.
Lexie: They won't want my support, Abe -- not after what I did to Carrie.. They won't want anything to do with me. My presence will only make things worse.
Abe: That's a little bit of a cop-out, and you know it.
Lexie: No, no, honey. It's the truth.
Abe: The truth is, if you don't face them now, you never will. I mean, the choice is yours. You can run, or you can take your responsibility, face the consequences. So which is it going to be?
Bo: You know what? I should be helping them out. We don't find a cure, Steve and Kay die.
John: Like Caroline said, the best way you can help right now is find out who did this and stop them from hurting the rest of your family.
Bo: Yeah. Lockhart's obviously involved. Do you think Wells is the mastermind?
John: I think he and Lockhart are thick as thieves, judging by those phone calls on Patrick's cellphone.
Bo: Yeah, and we have E.J.'s fingerprints on that envelope Sami brought to the station a while back. I knew there was something up with that, that she wasn't telling us something.
John: I wonder what was in that envelope. You know, if there were more of those threatening notes, I wonder what it said.
Bo: I say we head over to Sami's and ask her just that question.
John: Good idea.
Roman: Well, what the hell did Sami do now?
Lucas: Anytime, Sami. It's just your family.
Sami: Look, E.J., I'm really sorry, but you can't ask me to choose between my son and my son's father and you. That's an impossible decision. I can't ask him to leave. I never thought he was gonna forgive me, and Lucas -- I mean, the fact that they're here -- I never thought they would --
E.J.: Exactly, Samantha. Just think about how much they hurt you, okay? They cut you out of their lives -- your own family. Why? 'Cause you made a mistake? Come on, the two of them made countless mistakes. They bring nothing to your life but grief. Every time they knock on your door, you drop whatever you're doing to acquiesce to whatever they want, and, normally, that means dropping me. And I'm sorry, but I'm the one person who has never let you down. And I'm bloody sick of this.
Sami: I'm sorry, E.J.
E.J.: So am I. 'Cause I can't be there for you anymore. You're on your own.
Sami: E.J. E.J., please.
Lucas: I think it is best you hit the road. What we have to discuss just doesn't concern you.
E.J.: Quite. I'm sorry it had to end this way.
Sami: Look, E.J., I'm asking you not to take this personally. This doesn't have anything to do with you. It's about my son. Please understand that I love him unconditionally. It doesn't matter to me what happened before, okay? Being a mother -- being a good mother is the most important thing in the world to me.
Will: Really, Mom? Well, is that true?
Sami: You have to ask?
Will: Yeah, I do.
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Sami: Will, I'm sorry. I know that I made a lot of mistakes -- really big ones. But I...I love you more than anything. And, yeah, it hurt me a lot when you left. I missed you..
Lucas: Really? That's weird, 'cause Will thought you'd be alone crying your eyes out instead of having a good time with the first person handy.
E.J.: There is no need for that. She was very upset, okay? And seeing as how you had abandoned her, Lucas, she was free to get on with her life. And that means maybe you two should have called before you came barging in here. She's an independent woman. She has her own needs and wants. And I'm sorry, but they don't revolve around you.
Will: Okay, okay. Dad, maybe we should leave. I think we are interrupting something.
Sami: No, Will. No, it's okay. E.J., thank you. Thank you very much, but I think maybe you should go. You're not really helping me here.
E.J.: Maybe not. Don't call me when they ditch you, Sami, 'cause they will ditch you. And just remember when they do that I never did.
Sami: He's really angry. I don't think he's ever gonna speak to me again..
Lucas: I wouldn't worry about it. I don't think he's too good for you -- making you choose between your son and him like that. What kind of guy would do that? He's probably only after one thing. He doesn't even care about you.
Sami: Lucas, stop it, okay? That's not how E.J. is. He is a really good person, not that you'd know anything about that. He actually likes me, and he accepts me for who I am.
Lucas: I understand why he likes you. I understand why all guys like you, Sami. But I don't understand what you see in him.
Sami: I see a lot. You wouldn't understand what I see in him.
Lucas: I wouldn't 'cause I'm dumb?
Will: All right, all right. Stop it, stop it. Both of you, stop it. Stop dissing each other, all right? Dad, you said you weren't gonna do this anymore. You promised.
Lucas: I know. I know I did, son, but I told you, your mom drives me crazy sometimes. This is one of those times.
Sami: What exactly did you promise?
Will: Tell her.
Lucas: I did tell her, all right? I told her, but she didn't hear me. She was distracted by E.J.
Sami: No...I heard what you said. I just didn't believe you really meant it. Lucas, you...you want us to be a family?
Lucas: I want us to act like a family, all right? Will and I discussed it, and we should just call a truce, all right? I mean, we're gonna be together forever, the three of us. Whether we like it or not, that's a fact. So why don't we just get it right? Let's be good parents. Let's stop all this bickering and just provide a good house for Will, and, you know, I promised him that I would work on our relationship. I'd make the best out of it. I want to be friends, all right? Let's be friends for our son's sake. My question is friendship. That's it. I'd like to be your friend. If that's okay with you, I... I really want that.
Roman: Tell me that Sami isn't in trouble again.
John: Easy, Roman. She's not in any trouble.
Bo: That we know of just yet.
John: I don't know if you're aware of it, but Samantha's been spending a lot of time with this E.J. Wells.
Roman: Yeah, the race car driver. They're good friends. What about it?
Bo: We have reason to believe he's connected with Lockhart and, therefore, the attacks on our family.
John: Yeah, I know it sounds crazy, but I did some checking around. It seems that Lockhart has placed a slew of calls to E.J. Wells, even though from all outward appearances they barely know each other.
Bo: Even Sami was suspicious of him at one point.
Roman: Suspicious how?
Bo: You remember that envelope she brought in and wanted us to have it dusted for prints? His were among those found.
Roman: So he could have been the one sending the threatening notes.
Bo: Maybe. We're gonna go over and talk to Sami, see what she knows.
Roman: Hell, I'll talk to her. I'll find out what the hell's going on.
Bo: Uh...listen, Roman. She's...not a very truthful person, and if she's hiding something, she's definitely gonna hide it from you. I think you should let us handle it.
Roman: What, am I -- am I missing something here? Aren't you suspended from the force? You shouldn't have anything to do with this case.
Bo: Abe gave me the okay to pursue this, and that's exactly what I'm doing. John and I are working on this, and we're making some progress.
Abe: Are we going in or not?
Lexie: Look, Abe, I want to tell the Brady’s how sorry I am. But how do I walk in there and face them, knowing what they must be thinking of me -- that I'm just like my father -- you know, a DiMera?
Abe: Don't -- don't -- don't say that. You're nothing like Stefano. You made a mistake.
Lexie: No, it was more than a mistake, Abe. I violated my oath as a doctor. I was fired from the hospital. I-I-I don't know how I'm gonna be able to face anyone in this town ever again.
Abe: Look, sweetheart. Look, first you have to stop talking like your life is over. You became a doctor to help people. You can still do that. You can donate your time. You can volunteer at the free clinic. You can make a difference in people's lives. Most of all, you have to make amends and start with the Brady’s. And then you have to get past the hard part, and that's taking the first step. And you can do that because I'll be there to help you. Whatever happens, we'll face it together. Shall we go in?
Abe: Come on, it's okay.
Shawn D.: Belle, open up. I'm not going anywhere. Belle.
Belle: Will you stop? It's late. I just got her back to sleep, and I don't want to talk to you anyway.
Shawn D.: That's fine. I'm just here to see Claire. That's it.
Belle: Well, you can’t.
Shawn D.: What do you mean I can't? She's my daughter. I have rights as her father.
Belle: As her father, who has no job, who has no money, who has nowhere to live, who wrecked his dad's boat, who drove his car into his grandfather's house, and who, to top it all off, is now dating a hooker. Not exactly the ideal father figure, as I'm sure anyone would agree.
Shawn D.: That's what this is about, isn't it? You're just pissed that you saw me kissing Willow.
Belle: Oh, please.
Shawn D.: No, that's it. Philip left you. Mimi and I split up and the truth about Claire comes out, and you think -- you just assume that we're gonna be together, that I'm gonna come running to you. But that's not how it's happening, right? Didn't really work out that way, so now you're angry. You're obviously trying to punish me, but you are not gonna use my daughter to do it. There's no way.
Belle: First of all, I'm not trying to punish you. I couldn't care less about Willow. And the only thing that I care about right now is Claire, and I am not about to let you wake her up at this hour just because you suddenly feel like being a father. Now go home.
Belle: Great. Great. Thank you, thank you so much.
Shawn D.: I can get her back to sleep. I'm good at that, remember?
Belle: You are not going anywhere near her.
Lexie: I knew this was a mistake. Let's go.
Abe: No, we came this far. There's no point turning back now. Good evening.
Caroline: Good evening, Abe. Lexie.
Roman: We're pretty busy here, partner. Not a good time.
Abe: Well, I know. That's why we're here. Lexie and I heard that Steve and Kayla have taken a turn for the worst, so we were wondering if there's anything that we can do to --
Roman: I don't know what that would be, especially where your wife is concerned.
Abe: Well, you know, this could be a long shot, but Lexie was telling me about this recent study on biotoxins. There might be a possible antidote.
Roman: We got it covered, partner.
Lexie: Look, Abe, they don't want me here. Let's go.
Frankie: Wait a minute. Hold up, hold on. Lexie, I'd like to hear about this study.
Caroline: Yeah, so would I. What's important now is to help Kayla and Steve.
Roman: Ma, I am sure that their doctors are well aware of that.
Lexie: Well, not necessarily. It was a fairly obscure medical journal, as I recall. Roman, I know you don't trust me. And I-I-I wouldn't blame any of you if you never trusted me again for what I did to Carrie.
Caroline: Lexie, we have all made mistakes. I mean, I've done things I'm not proud of. That's for sure. And my family was able to forgive me. And I think we can do the same, at least I can, and you and Abe are always welcome here.
Lexie: Thank you, Caroline.
Caroline: And I haven't forgotten that my granddaughter played a major role in what happened, that she put you in a terrible position. That's true, isn't it, Roman?
Roman: Yeah, Ma. You're right. That is true. And like Ma says, what's important right now is Steve and Kayla, so, Lexie, if you do have something that might help them, then please tell us about it.
Lexie: Well, like Abe said, it's a long shot, but I remember reading an article a few months ago about an experimental drug, an antidote for biotoxins. It sounded quite promising. The name escapes me right now, but I'm sure if I check out a few websites on the internet I could find --
Frankie: Lexie, I have my computer with me. What do you say we check it out?
Lexie: Yeah, I'd love to. Okay, thanks.
Bo: Well...we better get over to Sami's before it gets too late.
John: You know, Bo, on second thought, I think you're on your own. You know how well my stepdaughter and I get along. One look at me and I'm sure she's just gonna clam up.
Bo: Good point.
John: Let me know how it shakes out.
Bo: Yeah, with any luck, we'll get the information we need to stop Lockhart and Mr. Wells from destroying our family.
Abe: I just saw Bo. He took off like a man on a mission.
John: Yeah, he's following up on a lead. He's gonna question Sami about E.J. Wells.
Abe: Did you fill in Roman?
John: Yeah, he knows. Listen, I got to run. If there's something I can do for Steve and Kayla, give me a call.
Lexie: Oh, this is it. I found it. Oh, my goodness. I was beginning to think I'd imagined it, but it's exactly what I remember. It's a chance for Kayla and Steve.
[Knock on door]
Kate: What on earth are you doing here?
E.J.: Not disturbing you I hope. I thought you might like a little status report. Unfortunately, the status is not particularly good. As of this evening...Lucas, 2, E.J., nil.
Kate: I was trying to call you, but your phone was turned off, because I was gonna tell you that Lucas and Will were on their way over, and I'm assuming that they interrupted you.
E.J.: Oh, their timing was... perfect. Yeah, I was about this close in giving Samantha a night that she would never, ever forget, when your incredibly annoying son and grandson turn up and perform a perfect block.
Kate: So why didn't you get rid of them?
E.J.: I tried, but it seems that they are now determined to keep Samantha and I apart, so I'm sorry, but I'm resigning my post. And I would love to help you, and I really would mean that I would love to help you, but I've had enough.
Kate: So, tell me, what exactly does that mean, hmm?
E.J.: It means that I'm off the case, okay? And if Sami and Lucas want to be together, you're just gonna have to deal with that.
Sami: Of course I am. Of course I'm willing to try. Look...I want Will to be happy, and I've always wanted for you to have a normal, well, as normal as possible, family.. I'm willing to do whatever it takes.
Lucas: Good, so am I.
Will: So am I. I'll even try to be an easy kid once in a while, give you and dad a break.
Sami: You are a great kid, and you always have been. Any problems I had or your father and I had with each other have nothing to do with you.
Lucas: That's right. You're the best thing that's happened to the both of us, really.
Sami: It's true. We both love you so much, Will. And you have no idea how much this means to me. My life wouldn't be the same without you. So, um...does this mean you're gonna be moving back in with me?
Will: No, sorry, Mom. I think I'm gonna hold off on that right now. I just can't keep moving from house to house. I think I'm just gonna live with dad in Grandma Kate's place for now.
Sami: Oh. Okay.
Will: But, I mean, I can come visit you all the time, with dad or alone. You know, we'll see how it goes.
Lucas: Yeah, Sami. We'll take things slow, okay? See what happens.
Sami: See what happens?
Sami: Lucas, what does this mean? Did you guys set me up? Is this some sort of test? That's what this is, isn't it? If I don't pass this test, then you guys are gonna walk out, leave me alone again? I can't believe this.
Lucas: Sami, it's up to Will.
Will: You said you changed, Mom. You're not the same person that blackmailed Dr. Carver and did those things to Aunt Carrie and Uncle Austin. I want to believe that you changed, Mom.
Sami: I have changed. And I'm gonna prove it to you. You'll see. Will, I'm gonna prove it to both of you. [Doorbell rings] Um, just a second. Uncle Bo, hi. What's going on?
Bo: Hey, Sami. I need to talk to you. You got a couple of minutes?
Sami: Actually, I'm in the middle of a family thing with --
Bo: Well, this is important. I'm afraid I'll have to insist.
Sami: Insist? Can't it wait till the morning?
Bo: No, Sami. It can’t. It's a police matter, so either I talk to you here or I take you down to the station and question you there.
Will: Here we go again.
Sami: I'm sure this is just a really big misunderstanding. Just give me a second with Uncle Bo to straighten things out, and I'm sure it'll all get sorted out. It'll be fine..
Lucas: I don't know, Sami. It sounds like you're in some kind of trouble..
Sami: I'm not in trouble. I haven't done anything wrong -- nothing that you don't already know about. Uncle Bo, tell them that I am not being arrested.
Bo: She's not being arrested. As far as whether she's doing something wrong, we'll find that out, so if you guys will hit the road, we'll get on with this.
Will: Good luck, Mom.
Sami: Thanks for coming, Will.
Lucas: Good luck, Sami. Sounds like you're gonna need it.
Sami: Lucas. Unbelievable. Thanks a lot, Uncle Bo. We're just trying to work things out as a family. What is this about?
Bo: I need you to talk to me about E.J. Wells.
Kate: Lucas doesn't want to be with Sami. He wouldn't want to be with Sami in a million years. The only reason he went over there was for Will because Will wants to have a relationship with his mother. God only knows why.
E.J.: And if Lucas is really over Sami, then what exactly do you need me for, hmm?
Kate: What do I need you for? I think I need you for insurance, because if I've learned anything about Sami, it's that I need plenty of insurance where she's involved. Then again, you do seem to have a little thing for Sami, now, don't you?
E.J.: That's a thing I'm quickly getting over. See, I'm used to getting what I want.
Kate: Oh, I'm starting to realize that. Well...well, then maybe there's something that I could do that would, I don't know, help you hold on a little longer? Just a little bit longer.
Belle: You can just forget it. You have made it very clear that you don't give a damn about Claire or me, for that matter.
Shawn D.: The only reason why I walked away is 'cause I thought you wanted to be with Philip. I didn't want to break up your family. I was trying to do what was best for you and Claire. But now that Philip's out of the picture, things are different.
Belle: Yeah, it's different all right. This person that you have become is not someone I even recognize anymore. And he sure as hell isn't someone I want around my daughter.
Shawn D.: You are not gonna keep me from her. I have missed the entire first year of her life, and I'm not gonna miss any more.
Belle: Look, I can't talk about this right now. Claire needs me.
Shawn D.: She needs both of us.
Belle: Are you gonna leave, or do I need to call the police?
Shawn D.: No, I'll go. But just so you know, this isn't over. I didn't go for joint custody because I was trying to do what was best for you and Philip and Claire. But now that Philip's out of the picture, if I have to get a lawyer to see my daughter, I will. And if you push me too far, I will sue for full custody.
Lexie: The article's by the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Pharmacology. They did a small study on a new drug that could be an antidote to biotoxins. It's still in the clinical trials phase and it isn't FDA approved for this use, but it looks extremely promising.
Caroline: So it's worth a try.
Lexie: Yes, yes. Look, I'm going to give you the name of the drug and the number of a doctor I know at CDC. Hopefully, he can cut through some of the red tape and allow its use for Steve and Kayla.
Frankie: This is great. Thank you. I'm gonna get the car.
Roman: I'll grab your computer. Lexie, thank you so much. That was amazing. You may have saved their lives.
Lexie: Well, hopefully, Roman, but remember -- there are no guarantees.
Caroline: But there is hope. And we didn't have that before. Now we do and that's because of you, Lexie. Oh, Lexie, thank you.
Lexie: You're welcome. You're welcome.
Sami: E.J.? What does he have to do with police business?
Bo: Let's have a seat. Let's start with that envelope you brought to the station a few weeks ago. You wanted it dusted for prints. His were among the ones identified.
Sami: Well, that's because he was here when I got the letter. That doesn't mean that E.J.'s done anything wrong.
Bo: I'm not so sure about that.
Sami: What do you mean?
Bo: What was in the envelope?
Sami: What does that matter? It was for me. I mean, who cares?
Bo: Sami, I care. You were sent threatening letters. Kayla and Steve were poisoned by a deadly toxin and are unconscious in a quarantine unit as we speak. They may not make it.
Sami: Oh, my God. Uncle Steve and Aunt Kayla.
Bo: Someone's targeting our family, and it's got to stop.
Sami: Uncle Bo, you can't think that it's E.J. I mean, he couldn’t..
[Knock on door]
Lucas: Mom. Mom, open the door. What's with the chain? It's me and Will. What's going on in there?
Lucas: Mom, what's going on?
Will: Yeah, come on. Let us in already.
Lucas: Mom, enough with the chain, okay? I'm getting scared. Hurry up and open the door.
E.J.: I know. I'm going.
Kate: Honey, I'm gonna be there. Just a second. Hold on, hold on.
Lucas: Hurry up.
Kate: All right. All right, all right, all right.
Lucas: What's the matter with you? What's going on in here? What's with the chain? I told you we were coming right back.
Kate: The chain is that I've been living alone for a long time, okay? And I just did it by habit. What's with you? Well, I can tell by the look on your faces that obviously it didn't go well over at Sami's. I could have told you that it wouldn't, but you wouldn't listen to me. I guess you had to see for yourself. Well, the truth is, she's hopeless, and there's really no point in you going over there ever again, period.
Will: You're wrong, grandma. I think this time mom might need us more than ever.
John: Hi, sweetheart.
Belle: Hi, Dad.
John: Is Claire asleep?
Belle: Yeah, finally. Where's mom?
John: She stopped by the office, take care of some paperwork. She should be home pretty soon.
John: What's with the tears? Want to talk about it?
Belle: Well, Shawn came over earlier, demanding to see Claire, and I said no. Then he got really mad.
John: I'm sorry to hear that. Mind me asking why you wouldn't let him see Claire?
Belle: Because it was late and she was sleeping, and he needs to learn that he can't just come over here whenever he wants to just because he feels like being her dad for a second.
John: Fair enough. But then again, he is Claire's father, and I'm sure he loves her very much.
Belle: Well, he's not acting like it. When he left, he actually threatened to sue for full custody.
John: Come on, you know he wouldn't do that.
Belle: Yeah, but what if he did?
John: He wouldn't get very far. You are a perfect mother to Claire, and he couldn't find anybody that would ever deny that.
Belle: Thanks, but I'm far from perfect. For one thing, we need to find our own place to live.
John: Stop it. You know you can stay here as long as you want.
Belle: Well, thank you, but Claire needs a place of her own, a real home..
John: I think what she really needs...is her father.
Shawn D.: Damn it.
Willow: Looks like you could use a hand.
Shawn D.: Willow, what are you doing here?
Willow: I saw your car outside. So, you're really out of here, huh?
Shawn D.: Yep. Max not only canned my ass, he won't even let me sleep on a crummy cot in his garage. How's that for family?
Willow: Don't worry about it. You don't need him. 'Cause I know an even better place for you to stay.
Shawn D.: Really? Where?
Willow: With me.
Frankie: What do you think? Is there a chance it could work?
Roman: Look, we know this drug is very experimental, but the research looks promising.
Dr. Myers: Indeed it does. I've read the entire study, and I must say I'm impressed. Someone obviously did their homework.
Caroline: Yes, she did. Can we get this drug quickly for Kayla and Steve?
Dr. Myers: I should warn you -- as encouraging as this sounds, it's in no way a surefire cure. Severe allergic reactions are not uncommon with this class of drug. A dose might even prove to be fatal. So, what I need to know, before we go any further, is if you're really willing to take that chance.
Abe: You know, that's a great thing you did for the Brady’s. You should be really proud of yourself.
Lexie: If I haven't gotten their hopes up for nothing, Abe. I mean, there really is no guarantee the drug will work.
Abe: You know...no matter what happens, I am very, very proud of you, I mean, not only for possibly saving two lives, but for walking in there and taking responsibility for what happened to Carrie. You showed a lot of courage.
Lexie: You know, I couldn't have done it without you. Thanks for standing by me... again.
Abe: [Chuckles] I love you. Unless you give me reason not to, I will stand by you forever.
Lexie: Oh, sweetheart, I will never give you reason not to, not ever again. I love you so much.
Roman: Look, let's face it -- Steve and Kayla could die anyway. So even if this drug only gives them a slim chance, I think we should give it a shot.
Caroline: I agree. I'm willing to take the risk. We've got to do whatever we can. Do you agree, Frankie?
Frankie: I agree. As risky as it may sound, it could be their only chance.
Caroline: So, we've decided. We want to go ahead. Give them the drug.
Dr. Myers: You'll have to sign a release.
Caroline: Oh, well, that's fine. Give me the papers. I'll sign them right now.
Dr. Myers: I'll have to have them prepared. It won't take long, and meanwhile, I can call the CDC, make all the arrangements.
Caroline: Thank you, doctor. Thanks for everything.
Dr. Myers: You're welcome. Let's just hope this works.
Caroline: Yeah. Well... yeah.
Belle: I know that Claire needs a father. She misses Philip like crazy. The way Shawn's been acting, I really think, Dad, that we're better off on our own.
John: You know, baby, I'm not gonna deny that Shawn's got a lot of growing up to do. But maybe you can help him there a little bit.
Belle: Help him be a better father? How?
John: Start by setting the ground rules. You know, just tell him what he needs to do if he wants to be a part of Claire's life.
Belle: What kind of ground rules?
John: Set up a list of conditions. Say, "you want to be involved in her life, you get yourself a job, a better place to live, contribute to her support."
Belle: He would hate that. He can't stand it when someone tries to tell him what to do or how to live his life.
John: As long as you make it about Claire and not about his personal life, he might not be as mad as you think.
Belle: So I just shouldn't tell him not to date ex-hookers.
John: Who Shawn sees is his own business. Remember, sweetheart, this isn't about the two of you getting back together. This is about the two of you being good parents to your daughter.
Belle: [Sighs] Okay, you're right. I still don't know how he's gonna take it, but for Claire's sake, I'll give it one more try -- one.
John: That's my girl.
Shawn D.: You want me to move in with you?
Willow: Yeah, why not? You need a place to crash. We definitely get along.
Shawn D.: You're forgetting one thing here. You live at the YWCA, as in women only.
Willow: Yeah, but I think I know a way around it... if you're up for it.
Kate: Honey, please, I am begging you. Tell me that you're not gonna fall into her trap again. Please.
Lucas: Relax, all right? I don't want anything to do with Sami. I keep telling you that time and time again.
Kate: Well, what about what Will's saying? I mean, obviously she's working Will, and she's working you again. Lucas, Sami is like alcohol. She's just like an addiction, and unless you give her up completely, she's gonna destroy your life.
Sami: What do you mean Aunt Kayla and Uncle Steve are dying? How could this happen? How come no one told me? Why am I even asking? Obviously, I know why I'm being shut out of the family.
Bo: Does it surprise you after what you did to Carrie, betraying your own sister like that?
Sami: So, that's the real reason you're here, isn't it?
Bo: I told you why I'm here. I want to know what was in that envelope.
Sami: I'm telling you that E.J. doesn't have anything to do with what's happening to our family. He is a good friend to me. Why would you suspect him anyway?
Bo: I have my reasons.
Sami: What reasons?
Bo: I don't trust him. And I know he's weaseled his way into your life, but if you're smart, you wouldn't trust him, either.
Mimi: Shawn and I are over. Can you please get that through your head?
Bonnie: Well, can you?
Willow: I would love to stand here and talk fashion with you all day, but I --
Shawn D.: You're all out of -- Belle.
Hope: I'm Patrick's alibi, Bo.
Billie: You keep pushing for your father and I to be together and you are gonna push him right out of your life.
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