Guiding Light Transcript Monday 3/30/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Daisy: We are going to the courthouse. We're going to watch Phillip Spaulding fry.
Frank: You've made me the happiest man in all of the world. Will you do me the honor of being my wife?
Doris: And when you look at your father, are you afraid?
Emma: Yes. Afraid that I'll lose him again, and I'd hate that.
Natalia: Hey. I'm going to make a pot. Do you want some, or are you going to the Beacon? Oh, my God. What is that?
Olivia: I read it online. It's supposed to help you when you have a...
Natalia: Sauerkraut and eggs, you thought that was going to help you with a hangover?
Olivia: They were separate remedies. I just thought if I threw them together, then it would make it work a little faster.
Natalia: Did it?
Olivia: I couldn't turn the blender on.
Natalia: Thank goodness. That's worse than the hangover.
Frank: Hey, how's my bride to be?
Frank: Ah, come here! I missed you, baby!
Olivia: Oh, don't mind me. I'll just stand here and think about puking.
Frank: Are you okay?
Frank: All right. Well, um, then are you ready to go?
Natalia: Well, I was going to make a pot of coffee.
Frank: You know, we can get some on the go, so...
Natalia: Okay. Well, I guess I'm ready, then. Are you all right?
Olivia: Yeah. I'm always all right.
Natalia: Well, we just have a couple of things to do, and then we'll be back tonight, though? Are you going to be home?
Olivia: I still live here.
Frank: Okay. Get your purse, and then we're ready to go. Feel better.
(Knock on the door)
Olivia: Oh, frank, it's going to be your house soon. Just let yourself in.
Phillip: Hey, I want to talk to you.
Christina: Mrs. O’Neill? Are you feeling okay? Is it the chemo making you sick?
Reva: Oh, no. No, no, no. No more chemo. No, no. The next trick for me is to get this kid popped out on time.
Christina: Does that mean that the cancer is gone?
Reva: No. No. It just means that I'm going to have to deliver this little boy early so that my doctors can pump me full of chemo, and then my really big free gift is a nice dose of radiation.
Christina: Wow! You are an incredible case study. I mean, to find out that you're pregnant at your age, decide to go through with the pregnancy; then to find out that you have cancer; continue with the pregnancy; go through the chemo; and then agree to have delivery early so that you can head straight into radiation. I'm going to med school.
Reva: Yeah, and you also have a really terrific bedside manner.
Christina: You're a hero. I'll bet they're going to write about you in medical journals.
Reva: I guess everyone is entitled to 15 minutes of fame, right? Ooh!
Christina: Do you need help?
Reva: No, no, no. No, thanks, Christina. I've made it this far. I think I can make it through the last few weeks of my pregnancy on my own. But thanks for asking.
Reva: Have a lovely day.
Christina: You, too.
Phillip: Olivia! I...
Phillip: I just want to say thank you. Thank you! Thank you. I just wanted to say thank you.
Phillip: Yesterday was a difficult day.
Olivia: You went on trial for kidnapping.
Phillip: Look, I know we've had our ups and downs. But I know it's been difficult for you since I've been back. That's why I really think what you did yesterday was very generous.
Olivia: What... what did I do?
Phillip: You allowed Emma to testify on my behalf. It made all the difference.
Olivia: You bastard! What did you do? Did you grab her from the house? Did you have somebody pick her up? Did you trick her and let Alan come and get her?
Phillip: No. Emma called and said that she wanted to testify, so the court sent over a subpoena. I assumed that you knew that.
Olivia: I never saw any papers. Emma! Emma, come down here right now. Come quickly.
Phillip: Hi, honey. I thought you might be in school.
Emma: The bus is coming right now.
Phillip: Oh, okay.
Olivia: Baby, come here. Talk to Mommy for a minute, okay? Look at me. Daddy said you went to his trial yesterday. He also said that the court sent me a paper, saying that you had to be there. Only I didn't see it. Do you know where it is?
Emma: It's in my room.
Olivia: How did you get to the courthouse, Emma?
Emma: Beth sent me a car.
Olivia: Beth sent her a car. How nice.
Emma: Don't blame Daddy. He didn't know I was coming. I thought you guys might get mad.
Olivia: Mommy's a little bit mad, but, you know what? We'll talk about it after school. So will you go and fill your backpack up with all of your things?
Emma: Oh, and Daddy's feeling better now.
Guard: Hey. Hi, Frank. Come in. How did everything go at the meeting?
Rafe: Thanks for coming to see me.
Frank: It's all good.
Natalia: Are you eating?
Rafe: Ma, come on, I eat, yeah.
Natalia: And your medicine is good?
Rafe: Ma, for God's sakes...
Natalia: Don't just...
Rafe: Ma, I'm 19 years old. I can take my medication. I'm not a baby.
Frank: You know, with no disrespect, he is right.
Rafe: See? Thank you very much.
Frank: And that's the reason I'm here today. Because I just wanted you to know that you're the man in this family.
Reva: What are you doing?
Daisy: Oh, I didn't think you'd care.
Reva: Guess what? I do care.
Daisy: No. What... why does everybody keep treating me like I'm a kid?
Reva: Because you are a kid.
Daisy: You're such a hypocrite. If a grownup is mad, they get to pop a pill or they get to drink a glass of wine to take the edge off. But as soon as a kid does it, all hell breaks lose.
Reva: I need to do a little catch-up since you haven't come see your pregnant granny in a while. So I need you to tell me what's going on.
Daisy: Okay. Well, Grady was supposed to testify against Alan Spaulding at his trial. And he never showed up. And I am positive that Alan did something to him. And then it came out that Grady was Lizzie's kidnapper. So, I mean, everyone thinks that he is a big loser, and they're all laughing at me for ever going out with him. Basically I hate the Spaulding’s.
Reva: I could see why you want a drink.
Daisy: Thank you.
Reva: But you can't have one. I just want you to understand that I only said that because I know you want a drink, especially seeing that it's Alan Spaulding. I want a drink, too. And there are a lot of things that I want. I would love to have a granddaughter who would come over and see her pregnant granny and ask, hey, how are you doing? How's the cancer doing? Is there anything I can do for you? I would love that. That's the kind of granddaughter I would love have come and visit me. So do me a favor? Go back outside, and come back in, and we can start this all over.
Daisy: So I waited on his porch half the night. Ashlee had to come get me. It's humiliating.
Reva: Honey, you knew that Grady wasn’t...
Daisy: Don’t... don’t... don't say it. Everyone says it, Grady was a bad guy, and I'm stupid.
Reva: No! You're smart and you're beautiful. You just fell in love with the wrong guy.
Daisy: No, I didn’t. It wasn't Grady. It was the Spaulding’s. Alan is the devil. He hurt my family, and he's the reason Grady left.
Reva: I understand that, honey, I do, but you cannot take on Alan Spaulding.
Daisy: I did. I... I shot at him.
Reva: You what?
Daisy: Yeah. I mean, I just fired a warning shot at him.
Reva: Oh, Daisy, you can't do that! You cannot do that! You cannot let someone upset you so much that you find a gun and you go after him to hurt him! You can't! Even if it is Alan Spaulding.
Daisy: I know. I thought my problems were bad before, but now they're worse. And I don't think I know how to deal with it.
Reva: Okay. You know what? Welcome to the grownup world. This is what being an adult is all about. Because now you are of age where your decisions have real consequences.
Daisy: So if I'm grown up enough for that, aren't I grown up enough to have a drink?
Reva: Oh! You know what? I will make you a deal. When you are of age and I drop this kid, then you come back over here, and I'll teach you how to dance on tables.
Rafe: All right. What's going on?
Natalia: Frank wants to tell you.
Rafe: Ma, come on. Something is going on. You guys are both obviously acting weird. You can tell me.
Natalia: No. He wanted it to come from him.
Rafe: Is it my transfer? Ma, look, it's fine. You can tell me that all right?
Natalia: No, no, no. It's not. As a matter of fact, you have such a good record here that you have been placed on a list for an early release to a work program. And I didn't want to tell you that because I didn't want you to get your hopes up too soon.
Rafe: Look, if that's the case, then why is Frank over there drinking his third cup of water?
Natalia: Maybe his mouth is dry.
Frank: Hey, guys. I think I'm fully hydrated now, okay. So...
Rafe: Okay. Thank you.
Frank: You're welcome. Rafe, when you and your mom first came to Springfield, and after we had some time to get to know you, I saw how close the two of you were. Your mother... she loves you very, very much. And she is so proud of you, and of the man that you've become. And I respect that. And out of that respect, I want you to know that that's the reason why I came here today. Because I want to ask you something. I know that you know that we've been seeing each other for a little while.
Rafe: Yeah, she mentioned it.
Frank: And out of that time, I've seen what a wonderful, wonderful woman she is. Not only is she beautiful, smart, funny and boy, can she cook and everything.
Rafe: Ma, show me the ring, please. Okay. I'm sorry, Frank. Could you give us a second, please?
Rafe: Do you want to marry him?
Natalia: He's the best man I know.
Rafe: Are you sure? I mean, are you happy?
Natalia: As happy as I've been in a long time.
Rafe: All right. Frank, you're gonna take care of her, right? Because you know I'm a convicted felon, and I could come and hunt you down.
Frank: No one will treat your mother with more respect.
Olivia: Great. You got what you wanted. No matter what I do to protect my daughter, I'm going to come off looking like the bad guy.
Phillip: That's not what I wanted.
Olivia: Yes, it was. Yes, it was. And you know what? There is nothing I can do about it. So I will set up supervised visits for the two of you.
Phillip: Thank you.
Olivia: Don't thank me because I don't think it's going to last. I think they're going to send you to jail, and then I'm going to go to your parole hearings for the rest of my life and make sure you stay there.
Phillip: So you're assuming that I'm going to prison.
Olivia: Well, if you aren't, then I will get a restraining order, and then Emma and I will leave the country.
Phillip: Why? Why would you do that? Why would you take her out of this home? She's obviously thriving here. You can see it in her.
Olivia: Don't stand there talking to me about her.
Phillip: Olivia, I'm okay with it! Whatever you and Natalia have here is obviously a perfect environment for our daughter. I mean, she's incredible. She's smart, like us. She is certainly beautiful, like her mom. But she's got this sweetness in her. Where the hell did that come from? It sure didn't come from either one of us!
Olivia: I want to keep her sweet and wonderful. And I don't believe that can happen if she's around you. You need to leave her alone.
Phillip: She's my daughter.
Olivia: You have other children, Phillip. You have another children and grandchildren. You probably have children running around out there that you don't even know about. You can go corrupt them. Leave her alone!
Phillip: You won't be able to keep her away from me forever. She loves me.
Olivia: I hate you.
Phillip: I know.
Olivia: What are you looking at?
Christina: What is the point of working out if you're going to eat three times the calories you just burned?
Remy: Well, I'm starving, okay? You had me do like 100 pushups. With your 110 pounds on my back.
Christina: I'm not 110.
Christina: You think just because you're my husband, you can talk about my weight?
Remy: Yes. You think you can interfere with my workout.
Christina: That's not the same thing.
Remy: I am your husband. I think I can tell you if you're getting a little... chunky.
Christina: Oh! I am a trainer. I am not chunky.
Remy: Only in the right places. (Laughter)
Frank: Hey, guys!
Remy: Hey, man, the restaurant's great, huh?
Frank: It is great. It's great having it back. How have you guys been?
Remy: Same old. Same old. How you doing?
Frank: Well, um... not the same. We're... we're getting married!
Christina: Congratulations! Let me see the ring. Oh, it's beautiful.
Remy: Frankie, you're a lucky guy, man.
Frank: I know that. Thank you.
Ann: You must be Olivia?
Waiter: Can I get you something? We'll have coffee --
Ann: Two coffees. Thank you. Would you like to sit?
Ann: So... you're new at this, aren't you?
Ann: It can be a little awkward the first time.
Olivia: I'm finding that out.
Ann: Do you know what you want?
Olivia: Not exactly.
Ann: Okay. I can start.
Olivia: No. Please. I'm the one who contacted you. And I'm so sorry that I seem so self-conscious. It's just you're not what I expected. You know, for a nun.
Ann: (Laughing) We come in all shapes and sizes.
Olivia: Yes, I'm sure you do. So how do you become one?
Daisy: Hi. I'll have a pomegranate martini.
Bartender: We don't do that here. (Laughing)
Daisy: Okay. Then I guess I'll have a beer. Whatever you have on tap.
Bartender: I.D., Please? I'll be right back.
Reva: Okay, I'm going to tell you something, little boy. You probably aren't going to like my music when you get older. Probably won’t. But there are definitely some songs from the '70s and '80s that will be recommended listening because they're classics. I'll listen to your music, I swear I will. Even if rap is still around, I'll listen, as long as the lyrics aren't too violent. (Knock on the door) Come in.
Reva: My goodness, you are alive.
Phillip: My goodness, you're pregnant.
Reva: If you laugh, I will hurt you. I will hurt you so bad. I swear I will. Get in here. Let me turn the music off. Hey, can I get you anything?
Phillip: No, not a thing. I'm fine. I've got you something.
Reva: Thank you.
Phillip: Just some useless silver. Very...
Phillip: Yes. Uh-huh. There's a gift receipt. You can return them.
Reva: Is there? Well, that's very thoughtful. I probably will return them.
Phillip: Hey, you know what? I'm a guy. I told the sales lady, baby gift, I'm an idiot, I have no idea, so there it is.
Reva: Well, it's very nice. Thank you.
Phillip: You're welcome.
Reva: Can I ask you something?
Reva: Where have you been, and what have you been doing? And are you sane?
Phillip: (Laughing) I love you, Reva. I love you. You know, everybody else in town is walking around on egg shells, very afraid, and you just sort of...
Reva: Afraid of what? That they're going to upset you?
Phillip: Let's just say everybody is being very careful.
Reva: Oh, careful. Do I need to be careful?
Phillip: No. I wouldn't have come back if I thought I was any danger to anybody.
Reva: I'm glad to hear that. Sit your fanny down here!
Phillip: That's an invitation. How can I turn that down.
Reva: (Laughing) Yeah.
Phillip: I am a guy. I can help you with this.
Reva: You think?
Phillip: Yeah, probably.
Reva: Okay, you read the instructions. There you go. And I'll...
Phillip: I'm a blind guy.
Reva: You want to maybe give that a shot. You've joined the ranks of the blind.
Phillip: You might be worse that I am. Okay. Where did you leave off?
Reva: I left off right where it said, "Connect part B to pole A."
Phillip: Well, this is going to surprise the hell out of you, connect part C to pole B.
Reva: Really? Well, it makes sense. (Laughing) This is part B.
Phillip: You're having a baby.
Reva: I am having a baby. Any day now.
Phillip: What happened while I was gone? You married Jeffrey.
Reva: I did marry Jeffrey. And Beth married Alan.
Phillip: Yes. And Rick.
Phillip: H'mmm. And my little girl had a baby. Our granddaughter. So where is Sarah?
Reva: Get out!
Reva: I mean it, Phillip. I'm not kidding here.
Reva: I am getting ready to give birth to this baby. I have a cancer that the doctors don't know how to cure. They want to take this baby out of me before he is ready so they can pump my body full of radiation. Jeffrey has a job in Washington, D.C., and I have a granddaughter who keeps trying to raid my liquor counter cabinet, whatever it is. And you... here's the deal: Once I have this baby, and once my cancer is cured, then, hey, the Spaulding’s and the Lewis’s, man, we can go at it. We can have an all-out war. We can be the frickin' Hatfield’s and the McCoy’s. I don't care. Just not now.
Phillip: Reva. Calm down.
Reva: I mean it.
Phillip: I know you mean it. I mean it. I'm sorry for your troubles. But, you know, my plate is a little full right now, too. I'm on trial for kidnapping. And my father, who shot me, wants me to fry! My oldest daughter will barely speak to me, and half the time this town doesn't know what to make of me, and Olivia would gladly separate my head from my body to keep me away from my youngest daughter. So do I look like I have the energy to fight with you right now? Yes. See, now, that’s... that’s... that I can work with. I... I just want to learn a little more about Sarah. See a picture.
Reva: I don't know where they are. I don’t. Jonathan doesn't contact me. I have no information for you. I don’t. I don’t.
Phillip: I'm not looking for them. A lot changed while I was gone. Please give me a break. I'm just trying to catch up. Please.
Reva: There's a picture on the mantle, of Sarah.
Phillip: She's beautiful.
Reva: Yes. She's an angel. You know, after she was born, Lizzie and Jonathan and Sarah, they moved in here. She's a pistol. She's got a lot of Lizzie, a lot of Jonathan, and a little bit of me thrown in there for a little added flavor.
Phillip: I wish I'd been there.
Reva: Yeah, I kind of wish you'd been here, too. You might have been able to stop your father from making such a mess of things.
Phillip: I wouldn't count on it. I've been pretty good at screwing up things for my kids all alone.
Reva: Well, that's kind of what happens when you kidnap them!
Phillip: Yes. Thank you. I'm aware. It's a lot to make up for. Wow, she's beautiful.
Reva: Phillip, you know that the parenting is 50/50. I mean, half of it is perfect. It's just great. The other half, you totally screw up.
Reva: I'm hoping with this little guy, that I get it 60/40. That's the most I can hope for, right?
Phillip: Good luck.
Reva: Do you want to help me with this?
Phillip: I'd love to help. Thank you.
Reva: You can keep the glasses, Grandpa. (Laughter) How does that feel?
Phillip: It feels... actually, you know what, it does feel good. Where were we?
Olivia: I have a track record of volatile relationships with men. You know, I don't play it safe. And I know that's no reason to dive into a religion.
Ann: So you're not a religious person?
Olivia: Oh, no, no. My mother was very religious, and by religious, I mean judgmental, which is probably why I avoided it.
Ann: What changed?
Olivia: I met this woman, Natalia. She's my roommate, actually. And she's catholic. She's very, very catholic. I mean, she talks to this little Virgin Mary statue all the time. And, um, for the longest time I hated that little thing. It upset me. I didn't get it. And, honestly, I don't know that I still do because how does talking to a statue make you feel better? But when Natalia does, her faith makes her kind, and it gives her strength. And when she prays, it's not out of guilt. It gives her peace. I made fun of her faith for the longest time. But now I... I respect it. So... I thought maybe you could help me out here. Maybe, though, some reading materials my way, or maybe I can take a class just so I can understand just a little bit better, and take the next step.
Ann: There is always a need for new nuns, but it has to be for the right reasons.
Olivia: Oh, no. I'm not... no. I'm not being fair. I don't want to be a nun. I like sex. No. I'm just saying that I... I want to understand how you guys seem to know what's good and what's bad and what's right for you, and what's wrong.
Ann: Don't you know?
Olivia: I did. I did... well, I thought I knew. And then when I met Natalia, everything got just very confusing. I don't know. I decided to stick with what I know, you know, and who I've been, and she is doing the same thing. And that's good. That’s... it just... things have gotten more confusing.
Ann: What are you confused about, Olivia?
Olivia: I just need to not want what I can't have.
Ann: Well, when God closes one door...
Olivia: I know this one. My mother used to give me this. He opens the window.
Ann: What I was going to say was, he sometimes shuts it on your foot to get your attention. You're obviously hurting. But from my experience, the only thing that can get rid of that kind of pain is love. And the more you give, the more you'll have.
Olivia: God is love. Okay. Thank you.
Ann: God is love, Olivia. And so are relationships. Especially the worthwhile ones. Thanks for the coffee. And good luck.
Frank: So you guys are like the old married couple now, right? (Laughter)
Remy: No. We're not married, married.
Natalia: What does that mean? You're either married or you're not?
Remy: Yeah. Um, it's a long story. We were going to get divorced, but, um...
Christina: We tried to get an annulment, but we waited too long.
Remy: My fault.
Remy: We were going to get a divorce, and financial aid became available, and you had to be married to qualify, so...
Christina: And it's not like we hate each other. So we decided to stay together until the money comes through, and then we'll get a divorce.
Natalia: So this is just a marriage of convenience?
Christina: Well, it's more than that.
Natalia: No, no, guys, that's horrible. Marrying for money is not going to make you happy.
Mr. Pearson: No, it certainly is not. And it's not going to get you your scholarship money, either.
Remy: Excuse me.
Mr. Pearson: I'm Mr. Pearson, remember? I actually was coming here to give Mrs. Boudreau her check. But after hearing your story, I realize that you might not be a worthy recipient. This money was supposed to go to young students scraping to get by, not a greedy opportunist trying to scam the system.
Daisy: I'll have one more.
Jean: Oh, no, you won’t.
Daisy: Oh, come on, just one.
Jean: You need a ride home.
Daisy: Oh, no! I need to dance. I need to dance! I need to dance on the bar.
Jean: Oh, gross. No. No.
Daisy: Yes. Yes. Alan Spaulding, you suck! You took my boyfriend away my boyfriend is so cool. No one understands him. Alan, I'll make you pay. Oh, I think I'm gonna... oh, I feel better.
Jean: Okay, sweetie. Let's get you down. Let's call your house. Somebody can come.
Daisy: Oh, no. No. My family, they're all cops, all of them. Call Granny.
Daisy: Granny Reva. She is so cool. She's going to teach me how to dance on a bar as soon as I'm legal.
Jean: Oh, fabulous.
Reva: I'm gonna need an Allen wrench, I think, of some sort. I'll be right back. (Telephone rings) Oh, can you get that? Because it could be Jeffrey.
Jean: This is Jean from Farley's Bar. I have a Daisy Lemay here. She's drunk off her butt. Could someone come get her?
Phillip: Um... yes. Someone will be right down.
Christina: If you think ice cream is going to fix this, you're stupid. But, then, you know, everything that I've done since I've met you is stupid. I met you, and my brain fell out.
Remy: You're not stupid, Christina. You got into Johns Hopkins.
Christina: You got into Johns Hopkins. You gave me your spot.
Remy: Okay. All right. But you're still going, right?
Christina: How am I going to afford it now, Remy?
Remy: We'll figure something out, like we did last time.
Christina: Yeah, that worked out great. Look, don't try to comfort me, okay? Not today.
Olivia: I know it's all about love.
Natalia: Nice flowers.
Olivia: Busy day?
Frank: Well, we were picking out a place to register, so...
Natalia: We might register. I don't know. The economy is really bad. And we really don't need.
Frank: You know what? I don't need anything but you.
Natalia: You're home early.
Olivia: Well, I had some planning to do. So is tomorrow good for you? Or is that too soon? Or we could do it next week.
Natalia: Are you talking about work?
Olivia: No. As your friend, I want to throw you an engagement party. That's what friends do, right? I've never had one before, not like you.
Frank: That's fantastic. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much. That is very nice of you.
Phillip: Susan Lemay.
Daisy: You're a Spaulding.
Daisy: I hate the Spaulding’s.
Phillip: Yeah, sometimes I do, too. I'll get you.
Daisy: Whoa, whoa, whoa!
All right, you won. Baby, I'm done I won't get back up I won't get your stuff I won't get back up I don't want your stuff I won't get back up
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Frank: This place has gone really downhill since the Spaulding’s took over.
Hey. Sorry, sorry, sorry I'm late. But we're open.
Dinah: You didn't tell him about Lara being pregnant, because you knew it would break his heart.
Edmund: I think he can handle it now because he has you. Maybe today is the day.
Jeffrey: There is no more joking. It's time, you know. We have to do this.
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