Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 8/29/11 - Canada; Tuesday 8/30/11 - U.S.A.
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Will: Whoa. I didn't think there was this much coleslaw in the world.
Gabi: Yeah, I think that when we asked your great-grandmother to give us some food for the barbecue, I think she thought it was for the entire Indian subcontinent.
Will: Uh, well, when it comes to food, the Bradys are not known for their restraint. When it comes to anything, the Bradys are not known for their restraint.
[Both laugh] Hey, I thought Chad and Abigail were gonna meet us here.
Gabi: Um, why don't we call 'em from the car?
Gabi: Okay. Sorry.
Will: That's okay. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. You know, uh, we called you here to help schlep, not to make out. Making out comes after schlepping.
Gabi: There's another cooler on the counter.
Chad: Be right there.
Chad: Right after this.
Daniel: Well, apparently a picnic's not an original idea. I think I got the last bag of charcoal in the greater metropolitan area. You know what? I almost got into a fistfight over it.
Jennifer: [Gasps] My hero.
Daniel: Yeah, well, she wasn't that big.
Melanie: Oh, stop that. Stop that. Gross.
Melanie: Okay, Dario and I have it from here, if you guys want to go down to the lake.
Daniel: Uh, no, I haven't even started the fire yet.
Melanie: That's okay. I can do it.
Daniel: No, no, no, see the dads start the fire, all right? And then Dario and I, as members of the male species, we sit in front of it, and we talk about sports. See, that's how a cookout works.
Jennifer: Oh, I see. And what do the womenfolk do? Do we knit?
Tad: I thought you said this party was gonna be cool. Who asked grandma and grandpa to come?
Carly: Oh, hi. Oh, my gosh. I didn't hear you come in.
Nicholas: You looked pretty intense just now.
Carly: Oh, I was just thinking.
Nicholas: About what? Sorry. None of my business.
Carly: No, Nicky, don't be sorry. I just... today's my first session with dr. Norman, and I'm a little, um...
Carly: You could say that. I'm not big on the whole opening-up... thing. And I'm late.
Nicholas: Uh, a strict Freudian would have a field day with that. Fortunately, dr. Norman seems to be a little bit more laid-back.
Carly: That's good.
Carly: Well, here goes nothing.
Nicholas: Hey, what if I walked you?
Carly: That'd be nice.
Carly: Okay. Hi.
Dr. Norman: Hi, Carly. I'm dr. Liv Norman.
Carly: Hi, d-Dr. Norman. I'm so sorry I'm late.
Dr. Norman: No, no, no. It's all right. Have a seat.
Carly: Okay. Thanks for the moral support, honey.
Nicholas: I'll wait for you in the garden.
Dr. Norman: Uh, actually, Nicholas, I was hoping maybe you'd stay.
Carly: I-I thought this was a private session.
Dr. Norman: Well, it's up to the both of you, of course, but I think you two have a lot to explore.
Roman: So, come on, is Sami all right?
Lexie: Yes, but...
Rafe: You said there were complications? What complications?
Lexie: Sami woke up after the procedure. She seemed fine. And then suddenly her pulse rate just shot up.
Lexie: We administered medication, as I told you. We were able to bring it back to normal.
Lexie: She lost consciousness again. We haven't been able to wake her up.
Rafe: But you said she woke up, that she was fine.
Lexie: We're running some tests. I'm pretty sure she had an allergic reaction to the anesthesia.
Rafe: Oh, God.
Lexie: Look, I've seen this before. Usually it's nothing to worry about.
Roman: Lexie, you're telling us you can't wake her up, but there's nothing to worry about?
Lexie: Don't drive yourselves crazy, okay? I should be back shortly with some good news.
Rafe: Oh, my God. [Sighs]
Roman: Well, you know what, Rafe? She's right. Sami's strong. She's in good health. I'm sure she's gonna be fine.
Rafe: She better be.
Carly: I-I didn't think this was where we were gonna start.
Dr. Norman: Do you have a problem with it?
Carly: Yeah, I mean, it's not fair to him, you know, to be dragged into my problems. He just walked me here. He doesn't have to stay.
Dr. Norman: Nicholas, is that how you feel--dragged into your mother's problems?
Nicholas: No. You know, I came here to try to help.
Dr. Norman: That's what I thought.
Nicholas: But do you really think this is a good idea?
Dr. Norman: Oftentimes, addiction problems begin with the family.
Carly: Okay, that's not fair. He did nothing wrong. I'm the one who screwed everything up, okay, doctor?
Dr. Norman: What do you think, Nicholas? Am I being unfair?
Nicholas: I wouldn't say that. I just... when you talk about, you know, the addiction beginning with family problems, don't you mean her family, her parents, her childhood?
Carly: Yeah. No, I think he's right. He doesn't need to hear all that, and, besides, it'd bore him out of his mind.
Dr. Norman: It seems very important to you to keep Nicholas at a distance.
Carly: I'm not doing that. I'm just trying to be fair here, okay? I don't want to burden him with my problems.
Dr. Norman: 'Cause you feel guilty.
Carly: Yeah, I feel guilty. I'm not gonna take him through all this again.
Dr. Norman: Well, I was kind of hoping that the three of us could reach some kind of new ground. I thought maybe the two of you could start telling each other the truth for a change.
Carly: Nicholas has never lied to me.
Dr. Norman: No, I believe that. I imagine there are even times when he's probably been brutally honest with you, right, Nicholas?
Nicholas: Yeah, I was--I was pretty rough on her.
Carly: You were being honest with me--that's all.
Dr. Norman: I wonder if either of you realizes how much time you spend going over and over the same things and never saying anything new.
Dr. Norman: When I said earlier that I wanted you two to start telling each other the truth, I didn't mean that you'd been lying to each other. I meant that you are on the same track. So a lot of the truth is off-limits, and you're stuck with "Carly is guilty." "Nicholas is angry." Really? That--that's it? There's nothing else?
Carly: I have no idea what you're talking about.
Nicholas: I think I do.
Dr. Norman: I like him. Don't you?
Carly: Yeah, quite a bit.
Dr. Norman: So, Carly... first question... how did you feel when you saw Nicholas here at the clinic?
Carly: Wonderful... grateful. When I--when I woke up and I saw it was him and I realized that I wasn't hallucinating, I thought, "oh, my God. It's a miracle."
Dr. Norman: That's a nice answer. And now... [Sighs] A harder question... what else did you feel?
Carly: I told you I felt grateful.
Dr. Norman: Carly, you and your son both need you to tell the truth--all of it. You felt grateful and...?
Chad: Ah, look who it is. You timed that well. The work's all done.
Abigail: Did you make that playlist?
Sonny: Sure did. Let me know what you think.
Abigail: I will let you know what I think when we are dancing to it.
Sonny: Oh. I a--well, actually, um, kind of changed my mind about going to the picnic.
Chad: What? Why? Why?
Sonny: Well, I just have so much to do at school, you know, before it starts and all, and...
Chad: Uh, dude, you're gonna have plenty of work to do after school starts, so...
Abigail: Sonny, everybody is going, and everybody will be disappointed if you're not there.
Sonny: Well, I don't want to disappoint anyone, so...
Melanie: You guys remembered the, um, mosquito repellent, right? Sorry. I have no idea what made me think of that.
Tad: What? Nobody has a sense of humor?
Melanie: Oh, I'm sorry. That was funny?
Tad: Uh, look, I came here to party, and we got a couple senior citizens chaperoning. It's just a bit of a buzzkill.
Jennifer: Well, after snacks, we're gonna crank up the Victoria and dance
Daniel: You know, and I brought my Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians album. Oh, yeah, the long play.
Dario: Hey, buddy, how about you just apologize for, uh, being a jerk, huh?
Tad: I'm sorry. I was just trying to make a joke. That's all.
Daniel: What'd you say, son? What'd he say?
Jennifer: Oh, I-I think he said he's a joke.
Kinsey: At least you are consistent. You're always a dweeb. Let's go check out the water before people really get to know you.
Tad: Fine. Can you spell "humorless"?
Jennifer: Is he a friend of yours?
Melanie: No, and I intend to keep it that way.
Daniel: Yeah, well, thanks for sticking up for me. I don't know if I could have taken that little whippersnapper on my own without your help.
Melanie: Nobody messes with my family.
Daniel: That's my little Jonas.
Dr. Norman: Terrified... of what?
Carly: Of hurting him... more than I already have... of finding out how he really feels about me. He hates me.
Nicholas: Listen. Hey... I'm sorry for all of the awful things I said in the past... okay? But I'm here now... aren't I? Why would I be here if I hated you?
Carly: Because you're a good kid, baby, and you want to help me, even though I don't deserve it.
Dr. Norman: Nicholas, is that how you feel, that she doesn't deserve your help?
Carly: Don't put him on the spot like that, doctor.
Dr. Norman: Okay. I'll tell you what I see. I think you decide what Nicholas feels, and then you don't want to talk about it. I agree with him. He wouldn't be here if he didn't think that you deserved his help.
Nicholas: Right. It was my choice to be here. It was my choice to stay. Doesn't that tell you something?
Dr. Norman: There's something else that scares you, isn't there?
Carly: I-I don't want to face... that maybe he can't forgive me.
Dr. Norman: For what?
Carly: For killing his father.
Roman: [Groans] Damn. I hate waiting.
Rafe: Yeah. Yeah.
Roman: [Exhales sharply]
Roman: I know this is killing you, not being able to do anything.
Rafe: I'm supposed to protect her.
Roman: And you know what? You do a hell of a job of that. But this one is out of your hands.
Rafe: It's not fair. No, this--this is our time to be happy, and then this? Now? This? I got to deal with this?
Roman: You are right. It's not fair. But listen to me, okay? Lexie is nothing if not honest. So, if she didn't eventually know she was gonna have good news, believe me, she would not have said what she said.
Rafe: I just can't stand this. I'm out here. She's in there. She's alone, Roman.
Roman: She's not alone. She knows you're here. Rafe... I see the bond you two have. I see your faces light up when the other one comes in the room. You don't have to actually be in that room for her to know that you're there.
Rafe: Yeah, I just can't think about losing her.
Roman: Then don't.
Rafe: Yeah, it's just... till I met her, I... I never thought that I could feel the way I feel right now, you know?
Roman: Well, you know what that means? That means you are a very lucky man. You are lucky, because you found a person who lets you know why you're alive.
Rafe: Yeah. It's gonna be okay. It is.
Abigail: Hey, mom.
Jennifer: Oh, hey, honey.
Abigail: Where is everybody?
Jennifer: Well, uh, they went down to check out the water, leaving the oldsters to do all the work.
Daniel: Hey, that's us. Right here. Chad, this fire is, if I may say so myself, perfect, all right? It's man's country. Don't screw it up. You ready to go? 'Cause I'm about ready to hand this spatula to the next generation.
Sonny: Wait, wait, you guys are leaving?
Jennifer: Yeah, you know, there was a little concern that we might put a damper on things.
Abigail: Oh, no. I love hanging out with my mom and her friends.
Sonny: Wait, no--no one actually said that, did they?
Jennifer: Oh, yeah, some-- someone with an initial for a first name.
Tad: What is he doing here?
Daniel: You know, I like him. He's cuddly, like a cactus.
Will: Okay, knock it off.
Tad: No, I just want to know who invited him.
Both: I did.
Will: And I did.
Tad: He wasn't our friend until he started pushing his way in. Now I can't turn around without seeing him.
Will: Maybe in your dreams, right?
Tad: Hey. Each one of these guys are here with girls, which means he doesn't fit in.
Daniel: Okay. Well, now you're just getting on my nerves.
Sonny: T, this is a party. Don't ruin it for everyone.
Tad: Ultimatum time. The gay guy goes, or I go.
Nicholas: Okay. You know what? Uh, I think this was a mistake.
Dr. Norman: When you agreed to stay, did you think this topic would come up?
Nicholas: Okay. Maybe. But I didn't think that we'd start there.
Dr. Norman: I see. All the same, I'm curious about your response.
Nicholas: My response. What about your response? She just said she killed someone, and you're sitting there like she said she burned dinner.
Dr. Norman: Is that what you think I'm doing?
Nicholas: Aren't you outraged, concerned, confused? Or is this what you call professional demeanor? I mean, you might as well be a robot. What does it take to get a reaction out of you?
Dr. Norman: Well, it's not about my reaction. It's about yours. And I think that it's curious that you're very angry at me, and you're pretty much ignoring your mother.
Nicholas: I think you should talk to her, okay? Not me.
Dr. Norman: Maybe because it's easier to vent your anger to a stranger than it is to look at your mother and explore how what she did makes you feel.
Rafe: Hey, Sami. Sami. Sami, it's me. Can you hear me? Hey, I'm right here. God. Thank God. Oh, thank God.
Will: T, look at me, man. Chill out.
Tad: No, you chill. The hell with you. You're all a bunch of losers, anyway.
Sonny: Oh, it's always a pleasure bumping into him. He's so fun. You glad I came?
Jennifer: Hey. Is that guy for real? I mean, is he--is he really that bigoted? Does he not realize it's 2011?
Abigail: Well, the other kids know him better than I do, but I don't know. It seems like something's changed. He didn't used to be like that.
Sonny: Hold on. Hold on. I got a really good idea. All right? I propose a healthy dose of denial. Let's just pretend that what happened didn't happen, and we'll take the aggression out on the volleyball. Abigail, you can be on my team.
Abigail: Oh, no. Not--sorry. I'm gonna go back to the pub and check on Melanie. But have fun.
Chad: All right. Looks like a little, uh, one-on-one with you and I. Uh, and I'm sorry to say, but I'm gonna beat you at volleyball way worse than I beat you at pool. Just saying.
Sonny: You never beat me at pool. You're living in a delusional world.
Jennifer: Wow. I really hate what just happened.
Daniel: Yeah, you know, I don't like what the kid said either, but, um, I kind of like how the rest responded, you know?
Jennifer: Yeah. Do you think this is all gonna be okay?
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, I think it will be.
Melanie: You know, we have more than just the end of summer to celebrate.
Dario: Oh, yeah? And what's that?
Melanie: Well, it's been almost an entire day, and you haven't been beeped by your work.
Dario: Oh, man, you're right. Maybe I should check to see if my phone's off.
Melanie: No. Don't even think about it. Put your phone away. Come on, this is the first day we've both had off in a long time, and you're not sharing that with your work. In fact, I want your day to be about me, almost obsessively about me and only me.
Dario: Well, at least you're honest about it.
Melanie: Well, it'll pay off for you in the end.
Abigail: Oh. Hi.
Abigail: Sorry. I just came to see if you needed any help. But it doesn't look like you do.
Dario: Well, I'd--I'd say we're good.
Dario: I'm gonna go, uh, and get the other cooler in the back, okay?
Abigail: Well... so do you think you guys are gonna come back soon?
Melanie: Is something wrong?
Abigail: Uh, kind of. You know that kid, t?
Melanie: Yeah, just met him. Makes a vivid first impression.
Melanie: We ran into him down at the lake, and he started going off on my dad and your mom for no reason.
Abigail: Oh, God, what a jerk. You know, when Chad and I walked in with Sonny, he started in on all that homophobic stuff that he spouts, and then he ended up with an ultimatum-- Sonny goes, or he does.
Melanie: Oh, gosh, what a tough decision-- annoying little twit or sweet, funny guy.
Abigail: You know, my mom doesn't even really get mad that often, but when she does, like, she gets really tense, and the muscles in her neck go, and she-- her lips go into this, like, super straight line, like A... I don't know. Whatever. I can't do it. But when we left, her lips were in a really, really straight line.
Melanie: Yeah, I remember my mom was saying that about your mom, that she doesn't get mad often, but when she does, watch out.
Abigail: Hey, how is your mom?
Melanie: Um, I don't know. I haven't been able to call her yet.
Abigail: God, that must be so hard for you, Melanie.
Melanie: Yeah. I'm really worried about her.
Abigail: Well, when do you get to see her again?
Melanie: I don't know. But it's not really me she should be seeing. It's her son, Nicholas.
Abigail: Oh, yeah, that's right. You said that you tried to contact him.
Melanie: Yeah, he hasn't written back yet, so I'd like to think he just isn't checking his email or maybe got the address wrong. I don't know. I know he wasn't really a part of her life, but I'm kind of hoping that once he finds out what's going on with her, he'll want to do something to help.
Nicholas: I guess you're right, okay? Maybe I am avoiding the real issue, but...
Dr. Norman: But what?
Nicholas we've never-- we've never done this, okay? Maybe I don't know how.
Carly: How could you? How could anyone?
Nicholas: I mean, I guess it was easier to just go away, you know? Have no contact at all, because... I mean, how the hell am I supposed to have a conversation like this?
Dr. Norman: I think it's important that you try.
Nicholas my father's gone... gone.
Carly: I'm so sorry.
Nicholas: Now, I understand he wasn't perfect, okay? I get it. God knows he had his issues... all right? I get he was a bastard. Did he really deserve to die? I mean, what if he had it inside? What if he had it in him to change? I mean, you're here to change. Okay, you got that chance. But you made it so he never got that chance.
Carly: Nicky, I know I hurt--
Nicholas: No, you don't! You'll never understand what this is like, all right? These--these feelings... okay? Because I didn't have a great relationship with him. But that doesn't mean it couldn't have been fixed. But now... now I'll never know... because it can't... 'cause of what you did. He's gone... for good.
Roman: Sami, you are a real trooper. You always have been.
Rafe: How do you feel?
Sami: I don't know. I mean, I still don't even know what happened.
Lexie: Well, I was right. You had an allergic reaction to the anesthesia. The good news is there shouldn't be any lingering effects.
Sami: Okay. So what about the surgery?
Lexie: All the cysts have been removed. They've been sent to the lab for testing.
Sami: How long will that take?
Lexie: I put a rush on it, but it could still take up to a couple days.
Sami: Fun couple days, huh?
Roman: Sami, what do you think about calling your mom now? She should know.
Sami: Daddy, please. Rafe, I'm just asking. I want to keep it in this room, okay? I don't want anyone else to know until we know if... if...
Rafe: Hey, hey. Everything is gonna be okay. It's gonna be okay.
Sami: I just want to go home. Let's go home, okay?
Lexie: Sorry, Sami. I can't let you do that. Announcer:
Jane's wearing Martha
Washington's inaugural gown
Daniel: So what's up with t? What, is he too cool to have a real name?
Jennifer: I can't even believe that Abby and her friends are friends with him.
Daniel: Yeah, but I commend Sonny, though. If anybody deserved to be decked, it'd be that little kid T.
Jennifer: T. You know what? He has a problem with self-esteem. He has it, and he shouldn't.
Daniel: You think? You know what, though? I got to say... took the wind out of my sails when he called me "gramps."
Daniel: No, no, no, inside. Inside, I was ready to take him like I was 17, too. But then it hit me. I could be a grandpa.
Jennifer: Don't say that.
Daniel: No, no, no, I could be.
Jennifer: I don't even want to think about that. I don't want to talk about it anymore. I'm having a hard time believing that my baby girl drives a car.
Daniel: Well, we are not old. I am too immature to be old.
Jennifer: Oh. Nice shot for an old guy.
Daniel: Ah, coming from a fellow senior citizen, I take that as a compliment.
Jennifer: I'm worried about T. Do you think that everything's gonna be okay there?
Daniel: You know what? I do. Because, like I told you, I think the other kids handled it pretty well.
Jennifer: No, I know that, it's just that--
Daniel: Jen... look, we took care of business at the picnic. Let's take care of our own business, okay?
Daniel: What do you want to do now?
Jennifer: Well, um... the Cheatin' heart is having their early-bird special, grandpa.
Daniel: Oh, you are so gonna pay for that. I mean, like, literally, 'cause I don't even have my wallet.
Will: Oh, thank you. How come you're not, uh, playing?
Sonny: Oh, well, you know, teams are balanced. I'll just play later.
Will: Okay. Hey, um... listen, I-I really am sorry about T.
Sonny: Yeah, it's... you know, I've dealt with a lot worse. So I just kind of let it roll off my back. And I don't want to waste my time being ticked off at a jerk like that anyway.
Will: That's cool. I mean, I don't think I could handle it that well.
Sonny: Well, it's good you don't have to.
Gabi: Okay, guys. Game's over. Let's go swimming. Huh? Huh?
Gabi: I got it yesterday. You like it?
Sonny: Yes, he was moved to say "wow" because he likes the, um, cut and texture of your swimsuit, which is--which-- very nice, by the way.
Will: Uh, you want to come?
Sonny: Nah, you two have fun. I'm just gonna hang out.
Will: Okay. Let's go get wet.
Sami: Why can't I go home?
Lexie: We need to monitor you, to make sure there are no complications from the allergic reaction.
Sami: You already said that there weren't.
Lexie: There aren't at this point. We want to make sure there won't be any in the future.
Sami: This is supposed to be outpatient. I mean, my kids don't even know I'm here.
Sami: But I can't stay here. We can't tell them I'm in the hospital. They'll be so scared.
Rafe: Listen, Sami, Lexie's right. Now is not the time to take chances, all right? I'll take care of it. I'll make sure that the kids aren't scared, and...
[Cell phone ringing]
Rafe: I'm sorry. My phone--I'm sorry.
Rafe: Oh. You know what? It's the station. Uh, Roman?
Rafe: Can you, uh--can you stay with Sami?
Roman: Sure. I'm not going anywhere.
Rafe: I'll be right back, okay? Promise. I got everything covered, all right?
Rafe: Hey. It's me. I need a favor... fast.
Dr. Norman: Carly, do you want to say something?
Carly: What's there to say? He's right.
Dr. Norman: Okay, I want you to listen to me. I know you feel like it will hurt Nicholas if he understands why you felt like you had to do what you did. But I think it will hurt him more in the long run for the two of you stay stuck where you are.
Carly: Nicolas, you're right about your father. There was something in him. I always thought that he could be so very different than the man he was raised to be... until he got sick. And this may sound like an excuse, but the man I killed was not your father. He was the disease that had taken over him. And I felt like... I felt like I had no choice.
Nicholas: You took away any chance of him getting better.
Carly: I-I felt like I had no choice. Nicky, you know that for years he was physically and emotionally abusive. And I put up with it, because I wanted so badly for him to get better. But then he threatened my daughter... my innocent daughter. I know you say that I can't understand how you feel. Can you ever imagine what it's like to have someone threaten your child's life? 'Cause I pray you never do. And the truth is... my baby, if he had threatened you... I would have done the same thing. My cut hurt!
Jennifer: Mmm. That's good.
Daniel: You know what? We don't have to call this an early-bird special. We can actually call this "late lunch."
Jennifer: Mm, that's great. Then we can keep our status as urban sophisticates.
Daniel: Mm, indeed, my lady. Indeed. You know what, though? This is actually relaxing, having a meal when I don't have to cut it.
Jennifer: You just admitted that you're feeling your age.
Daniel: Well, you're only as old as you feel.
Jennifer: Well, I feel young.
Jennifer: So maybe I should find myself a young boyfriend.
Daniel: You just hold on there, young lady, 'cause let me tell you something--I am totally young... at heart.
Jennifer: [Gasps] Want to prove it?
Daniel: I'm sorry. Is that a challenge?
Jennifer: It's a little bit of a challenge. Let me help you up. I don't want you to strain yourself. Get up slow.
Jennifer: Slow, slow, slow. Don't hurt yourself.
Daniel: This is gonna be a test of stamina, and you-- you're gonna be sitting in that chair gasping for air while I'm out there just busting a move.
Jennifer: Busting a move? I like it--'90s slang. Bring it back. Bring it back. Oh, the sprinkler. Yes, that's good.
Daniel: You feeling that? Come on, you want a piece of this? Come on over here.
Jennifer: I'll see.
Daniel: Oh, my God. Oh, my back.
Jennifer: No, this isn't even funny.
Jennifer: What? Wait a minute--here, lean on me.
Daniel: Oh, my God. Works every time.
Jennifer: Oh, that was--that was bad, but that was good. Good thing you're cute... and old. [Laughs]
Daniel: Shame on you.
Abigail: You'd think they were playing the world cup or something.
Melanie: Yeah, boys are like puppy dogs. You just got to let them kind of run around until they tire themselves out. Hey!
Abigail: That's a very good point. [Chuckles]
Melanie: Don't worry, Sonny. Make yourself comfortable. Okay. [Grunts] And then once they're done, they will forget all about accusing the other person of cheating.
Abigail: Huh. You know what? I'm really glad we did this. I feel like it's something that we all needed, you know, to take a break from real life.
Melanie: Yeah, I'm not a fan of real life.
Abigail: I know. I'm sorry. I know you're worried about your mom.
Melanie: It's okay. I just feel kind of guilty having a picnic when she's going through whatever she's going through.
Abigail: No, no, no, no, don't feel guilty. Listen, I know your mom.
Dario: Yes! And Hernandez crushes once again.
Chad: Wasn't that nice of me? I let you win.
Sonny: Yo, Chad, check this out real quick. I have a new idea for the website.
Abigail: No, no, no, no new ideas. No. Sonny, this is a picnic, and we are gonna have fun. So put that stupid laptop away before I throw it in the lake.
Sonny: Don't--why would you-- no, it's only gonna take a minute. I just want to show you real quick.
Abigail: Oh, yeah, sure, just a minute. No! Take a bite. We're gonna have fun whether you like it or not.
Sonny: [Mouth full] I'll have fun. I'm having fun.
Melanie: So is that good? I made it. Is it good? You want a burger?
Carly: This isn't an excuse, okay? It's the truth. I did what I had to do... and I know that I hurt you, and I wish there was something I could do to make it better. I had no choice.
Dr. Norman: Do you feel like you could forgive your mother for this?
Sami: I think Lexie is just being stubborn.
Lexie: No, I'm being cautious. I want you here, where we can take care of you until we are absolutely certain that you won't have another reaction.
Sami: Dad, Rafe, you guys are cops. Can't you arrest her or something?
Roman: I'm sorry, kid. I'm on her side.
Rafe: Yeah, sorry. I think it's three against one.
Sami: [Gasps] Rafe.
Nurse: Excuse me. I have a delivery for Mrs. Hernandez.
Sami: No. No, you must be mistaken, because nobody knows I'm here.
Rafe: Well, I think we should just see what it is anyway.
Roman: [Laughs] All right. [Laughs]
Sami: With extra pecans.
Rafe: Uh, yeah. You think I'd forget the most important part?
Sami: Oh, my God. I love you so much.
Sami: How did you know? I'm starving. I am so hungry.
Lexie: Um, excuse me. Uh-uh, not--not a good idea.
Sami: Stay away from me right now, Lexie. I haven't eaten since yesterday. I am starving. What are you smiling at?
Lexie: Okay, eat as much as you want, all right? But personally, I think it needs more whipped cream.
Sami: No, no, no, no, this is perfect. It's the perfect balance of pecans and chocolate ice cream and banana and whipped cream. Do you remember when we shared our first banana split?
Rafe: I remember. And I remember the stomachache afterward.
Sami: [Laughs] Oh, yeah. Hey, hey, hey! Daddy!
Sami: I can't believe I can't trust my own father.
Roman: Not when it comes to a banana split--no way.
Sami: Where did I get it from, huh, huh? I am the patient. I should at least get the first--get away from it.
Lexie: I've got to go. Save some chocolate for me, okay?
Sami: Oh, right, like that's gonna happen.
Roman: Sure. Yeah, we'll see you later, Lexie.
[Sami and Roman laugh]
Sami: Yeah, take your time.
Roman: Oh, man, good idea, Rafe.
Lexie: Yes, this is dr. Carver. You have the results already? [Sighs] Oh, no. Run the tests again. I am not saying a word until I am 110% certain.
Sami: No, that's mine!
Roman: I think Lexie's right--more whipped cream.
Rafe: Back up, pops.
Sami: Strawberry ice cream is the best.
[Mellow rock music]
Woman: Is this real?
Is this my imagination?
Does it feel
like a hopeful situation?
will we know
if it's right?
If we're hiding
in the shadows
'cause we're hoping
for a miracle
that the best is yet to come
before the world
goes tumbling down
can you tell me why
good things never last?
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