Guiding Light Transcript Monday 4/6/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Lizzie: Is that the money that I was bringing to Grady?
Phillip: It doesn't matter.
Lizzie: Yes, yes, it matters!
Phillip: I did what I had to, to make sure that he can't hurt you again.
Dinah: Shayne's not here. He's had some news of his own. What kind of news?
Edmund: I told him Lara was pregnant when she died.
Phillip: I didn't want to kill him. I didn't have a choice. I did it for you.
Lizzie: What are you doing?
Bill: Just waiting for you. I know you like to take walks at this time of day, so.
Lizzie: Oh, great. Now I know I have to change my routine. Nice, creeper.
Bill: (Laughs) No, please, don't change one little thing. You're perfect. Don't change one little hair on that head of yours.
Lizzie: You are...
Bill: Wonderful, I know.
Lizzie: I was going to say "corny." But I guess "wonderful" works, too.
Bill: Okay, good. Good. Well, I want to ask you on a date.
Lizzie: Oh. What's it going to do to this manicure?
Bill: Oh, wait a minute. I cannot date a girl who doesn't bowl.
Lizzie: Okay, I'll get it fixed tomorrow.
Lizzie: What date would this be for us?
Bill: This be three. Third date.
Lizzie: No way. You know what happens after your third date?
Shayne: Hi. We fell asleep.
Dinah: Yeah. I guess we did. What time?
Shayne: Four? Five-ish? I think, maybe... kind of.
Dinah: Are you okay?
Shayne: I'm great. How about you?
Dinah: I'm good.
Shayne: You're good.
Dinah: I don't think I can move the lower half of my body, but I'm good!
Shayne: See, that's okay, because I don't want you going anywhere.
Mallet: Isn't he here? Isn't he here? Papa's going to get that perp! (Phone rings) Yes, he is! Who's the king? Who's the best cop in the world? Papa! Hello, Cooper house-- I mean, Mallet house. Hello. Yeah, this is Officer Camaletti. Yeah. Why, is there a problem? Well, heís... I know, but... I mean, did I... should I send more paperwork? Did you get all the paperwork? Okay. All right, thank you.
Marina: What was that?
Mallet: That was child protective services. They said they're reviewing Henryís adoption.
Mallet: What... I mean, there's nothing wrong, right? I mean, we filed all the paperwork.
Mallet: I don't know. They didn't say. They just said they were reviewing the case.
Marina: And they didn't say why?
Marina: Oh, um... do you think that they could have found out how you got him?
Mallet: No. I... how would they know that? How... no. No, no, no. No, itís... um... it's nothing to worry about. It's just, you know.
Natalia: Am I late? You never make the coffee.
Olivia: I make the coffee sometimes. Besides, we're not going to work.
Natalia: But we haven't finished the presentation.
Olivia: That can wait. Your wedding canít.
Natalia: You want to help me plan my wedding?
Olivia: Well, do you know how many weddings I've planned? And I'm not talking about the Beacon, I'm talking about my own.
Natalia: Frank and I haven't even set a date.
Olivia: Well, that's kind of the first mistake, you know? Because you... it's not just about the two of you. You want to make sure that the church is available, and the reception venue, and the band.
Natalia: I really haven't thought about any of that.
Olivia: That's why you need me. So here, you have a look at these while I drive. I'm not taking no for an answer. Come on.
Beth: Have something for Emma in case the steak is too much for her. Maybe macaroni and cheese.
Hilda: Of course, Mrs. Spauld... Ms. Beth. I'll be in the kitchen if you need anything.
Beth: Thank you, Hilda.
Phillip: Planning a party?
Beth: A family dinner.
Phillip: In case I get locked up and we don't get another chance?
Beth: Well, the verdict could come back at any time, and it would be nice for all of us to sit down and have a meal together.
Phillip: Who are you inviting?
Beth: Everyone that can come. Like my mother, and Alex, and Emma with Olivia, of course.
Phillip: Good luck with that.
Beth: Lizzie and James...
Beth: Bill. Hmm, Bill. Let's see. Having Bill at a family dinner would annoy Alan.
Phillip: Mm-hmm. Bill.
Beth: Yeah, Bill.
Alan: What's this? What the hell is this?
Hilda: Oh! Hello, Mr. Spaulding.
Alan: Oh, hi.
Hilda: Can I help you with something?
Alan: Uh, no. No, no, I'm just out doing a little gardening, that's all. Doctor told me it would be good for my heart.
Lizzie: I have never, ever, ever seen you move that fast. That must be the magic word.
Bill: Oh, you said, "sex." Oh! I thought you said, "Mex."
Billy: Like that after our bowling date, you wanted Mexican food. Was that what you said?
Lizzie: No, no, no. I said, "sex."
Lizzie: Yeah, because that is what we will be having tonight, after our third date.
Bill: You are quite forward. My mother warned me about girls like you.
Lizzie: Oh, oh, really? Really? So how many dates do you think we have to have?
Bill: I think it's ten.
Bill: Ten dates, that's what...
Bill: Right? Ten dates. If we can't make it to ten dates, then how do we know what we have is real?
Lizzie: You are never going to make it to ten dates!
Bill: Okay, hold on. I can make it. In fact, I can go longer than you can.
Lizzie: No, you canít. You want to know why? Because I am sexy.
Bill: You are sexy.
Bill: In fact, you're incredibly sexy, but I have will power.
Lizzie: Oh, you have will power?
Lizzie: You have will power. So if I did something like this... that would do nothing for you, right?
Bill: I... um... no.
Lizzie: Or this? Nothing?
Lizzie: Or what about, um...
Bill: Oh, you know what I got to do? I got to go... I got to go home and, uh... practice bowling is what I'm going to do. I'm going to go do that right now. And then guess what you're going to do? You're going to get ready, and I will pick you up at 7:00.
Bill: Yup. Yup. So I'm going to... I'm going to go this way.
Bill: Okay, stay... and then...
Bill: Yeah? That's not fair!
Shayne: No, where are you going?
Dinah: I have to go to work! I have to go to work. I'm a boss, they expect me to be there.
Shayne: They expect you to... I expect you to be here right now. Can you be here with me right now?
Dinah: Yes, I want to be here right now.
Shayne: All right, listen, I'm going to... here's the deal.
Shayne: You're going to leave me for two hours. Two hours. And you're going to go play boss or whatever it is that you do. Then you're going to get back here, and in that time I'm going to go buy food. What do you think about that? Two hours.
Dinah: Four hours.
Shayne: Four hours?
Dinah: Four hours.
Shayne: Four hours?
Shayne: Three. Three hours.
Marina: You know, I'm glad that they called. The child service people. You know, it's good to know that they... they follow through on these things. That they check up and they make sure that the kids are in good homes.
Mallet: Yeah, that's true. That's a good point. And Henry is in a good home.
Marina: He's in a great home, and he definitely belongs here.
Mallet: Yes, he does, so I don't think there's anything that we have to worry about.
Marina: No. I mean, it's a nice house, right?
Mallet: Yeah, it's a great house. Yeah, and there's two parents with two incomes, lots of extended family around to help with child care...
Marina: And love. There's a lot of love here.
Mallet: There's a lot of love here. Exactly. Henry Cooper Camaletti, you are a very lucky kid, huh?
Natalia: There are so many.
Olivia: Well, you know, the idea is you pick out a general style, and then you narrow it down. So what do you think? Do you want something formal? Casual? Trendy? Old fashioned?
Natalia: How about price tags? Look at that.
Olivia: Why don't you not worry about that right now, okay?
Natalia: I have to worry about that.
Monica: This must be the happy bride!
Monica: Okay, the dresses that I pulled for you are right there.
Olivia: If you don't like them, there's so many others. I just told Monica to pull what I thought you might like. You know, nothing too overdone. Something simple, something romantic.
Natalia: They're beautiful.
Olivia: Do you want to try one on?
Monica: Let me know if you need any help, okay? (Cell phone rings)
Natalia: Thank you. Is that the Beacon?
Olivia: Nope, it's a message from earlier. Sorry, Beth, I'm going to have to call you back.
Alan: You know something, I was just thinking about you.
Alan: Yeah. I was thinking about what a burden I placed on you when I asked you to go talk to Grady Foley all by yourself.
Lizzie: What made you think of that?
Alan: Well, I take walks-- the doctor told me it was good for my heart-- and I think.
Lizzie: Oh, about what?
Alan: I was just thinking about all the things I ask my family to do for me. Especially you. I think it was very brave of you to go and talk to Grady Foley and get rid of him. Hmm?
Lizzie: I just did what you taught me.
Alan: What was that?
Lizzie: Um... yeah, I pointed out that you would make his life very uncomfortable if he testified against you.
Alan: Huh. And it worked, because he left town, huh?
Lizzie: Well, uh... not immediately. I did what any good Spaulding would do, and I... I threw money at him. A lot of money-- cash. A million dollars.
Alan: Hmm. And that worked.
Lizzie: Yes! Yes. Of course it did. It was in a bag-- it was a Louis Vuitton-- and now it's with Grady.
Alan: A million dollars cash with Grady Foley-- gone. That's it, huh?
Lizzie: Yeah, yeah. It was worth it.
Alan: Yeah. Well, good work, Elizabeth. And thank you for talking to me.
Lizzie: See you.
Blake: I was in the neighborhood.
Phillip: Do you want to... so you want to sit? Some coffee?
Blake: No. Thank you.
Phillip: How are the kids?
Blake: How do you think they are? You killed their father.
Phillip: I... I made a lot of mistakes in my life, but I never would have done anything to hurt Ross. I loved him.
Blake: Why didn't you come home, then? You knew they were looking for you. Phillip, why did you let Ross risk his life for you?
Phillip: No. It didn't matter. I'm sorry.
Blake: I hate that you're alive and he's dead.
Phillip: I don't blame you.
Blake: When they hand that verdict down, I hope you rot in jail for the rest of your life.
Natalia: Are you ready?
Olivia: Yeah, come out. Let me see the blushing bride. You're beautiful.
feet don't touch the ground
so you fly
so you fly...
Natalia: When I married Gus, I assumed that was that. I never met anybody else that made me want to do this again. And then, if I did, the dress would be simple.
Everywhere you go
so will I...
Natalia: I don't know how to thank you for all of this.
Everywhere you go
so will I...
Dinah: Why, hello there, handsome. Hi there. Hi. Can I help myself to some coffee? Yes, yes, yes, yes. Thank you. Okay.
Dinah: Henry said I could help myself.
Marina: Oh, of course. I... I don't leave him alone like this.
Dinah: Oh, I didn't think he was alone.
Marina: Yeah, but heís... he's fastened in, so there's no way he can fall out, and I was just checking on some stuff, so...
Dinah: I'm not checking on you, I promise.
Marina: I know, I'm sorry. Um... child protective services called, and I think I'm freaking out a little bit, so...
Dinah: Mallet gave me a call earlier. I guess that's what it was about.
Marina: Yeah, we... we want to cover our bases, so...
Dinah: Okay. Not to worry. Henry is very happy. Anyone can see that, right, buddy? Okay? No one's going to take him away from you.
Marina: Okay. Thank you. Um... coffee's on the house.
Dinah: Oh, thank you. All right. Bye-bye, little guy. Okay? Stop smiling at me. Stop it! Babies; they make everything better. See you later.
Olivia: It's Beth again. Guys, I'm sorry, excuse me. Hello?
Beth: Olivia, it's Beth.
Olivia: Hi, Beth.
Beth: I'll get right to it.
Beth: We're having a family dinner for Phillip, and we would like Emma to come, and you can come, too, of course. Olivia? Did you hear me?
Olivia: We'll come for a little while. What time?
Beth: 5:30, so Emma won't have to be up too late.
Olivia: That's very thoughtful of you. Good bye.
Beth: Oh! Dinner, family, tonight, 5:30. Bill is invited.
Lizzie: You invited Bill to dinner?
Beth: It was your father's idea. That dinner is for him.
Lizzie: Why are we having dinner for Dad?
Beth: Because the verdict will probably come back soon.
Lizzie: Oh, so this is like a last supper?
Beth: Funny, funny. Your father said the same thing.
Phillip: I thought I smelled you out here.
Alan: Yes, but I've been out here enjoying the sun, son. (Laughter) How's your day been?
Phillip: Oh, it's just been fantastic. I wanted to tell you, Beth is planning a family dinner.
Alan: Yeah. You know, it's really something. The staff still jumps whenever she wants something, even though she's not a member of the family anymore.
Phillip: She's the mother of my children.
Alan: Mine, too.
Phillip: Enjoy your day.
Alan: I have enjoyed my day. As a matter of fact, I took a walk down by the fountain. I saw something down there I've never seen before, Phillip. Something that gave me a whole new perspective on things.
Shayne: Cute kid, isn't he?
Edmund: Aren't all babies cute?
Shayne: Aren't they all?
Edmund: Shayne, I'm... I'm sorry if I hit you hard yesterday when I told you that Lara was pregnant when she died.
Shayne: It's okay. I'm sorry, too. I really... I really appreciated your honesty.
Edmund: Thank you for saying that. You know, itís... it's nice to come to a place of trust with someone. Haven't had much of that in my life.
Shayne: We are at that place, too. A place of trust. That's why I feel like you should... no, I know that I owe you the same respect and trust that you've given me.
Edmund: Look... (laughs) if you're trying to tell me that you could think of other people to have as a father-in-law, it's okay. I understand.
Shayne: Actually, no. I... you had wanted to know how Lara... Edmund, Laraís death...
Edmund: Lara's death was a tragic accident, and I don't see...
Shayne: No, it wasn't an accident. That's what I'm trying to tell you. It was... okay, I'm responsible for Laraís death.
Edmund: I don't understand. Lara was killed in a minefield.
Shayne: She was. And that part is true. It was my minefield. I was in charge of it. I'm the one that missed the mine that killed her. You know, they... when they trained us, they drilled it into our heads that you check, and then you check again, and then you double-check that check, and then you check again, again, again. And I just didnít. No, I'm sorry. There's no excuses. There is no excuses. I missed it. It's my fault. And that's the entire truth, Edmund. I'm responsible for your daughter's death. And then when you told me... to find out that we were going to have a child together... after you told me, I went straight to the roof. Here. I thought I was going to lose hope again. But something... I didnít. And I feel connected to people again. Ed, for the first time in a long time, I feel like I have... I can see a future for myself. I am so sorry I didn't tell you sooner. I just hope that you can understand.
Edmund: Well, it must have been hard to keep that inside all this time.
Dinah: (Clears throat)
Mallet: Hey, you got my message.
Dinah: Yeah. I wasn't answering my phone this morning, but I saw Marina.
Mallet: She's worried.
Dinah: And you're not?
Mallet: Well, I've decided that I'm not going to start worrying until there's something to worry about.
Dinah: Then why did you call me?
Mallet: Because I'm worried about you.
Dinah: We have every piece of paper that we needed to get back into this country. Child services has no jurisdiction in Bosnia.
Mallet: You're right. Wow, you're quite the legal brain these last few days.
Dinah: Yes, I am, thank you.
Mallet: I don't want what we did over there to get you into any-- any-- kind of trouble.
Dinah: And I don't want you to lose your baby.
Mallet: Thank you. Thank you. You're amazing. Henry's going to be okay. I'm not going to let anybody take him away from me.
Dinah: Okay. Well, then, you're right. We have nothing to worry about, okay?
Dinah: Okay. Okay.
Mallet: Thank you.
Lizzie: God, you're early. Look, I'm sorry about our date.
Bill: No, it's okay. Sounds like it was a big deal.
Lizzie: It is going to be such a freak show! Everyone's just going to be sitting around the table waiting for my dad to go to prison. And my granddad is just going to be watching my dad and my mom, and my dad watching my mom. It's just...
Bill: Okay, okay, okay. Sounds like a lot of watching.
Lizzie: Yeah, my granddad's already been weird today.
Bill: What? Weirder than usual?
Lizzie: Yeah, something's going on. Honestly, if he had planned this, I wouldn't even go.
Bill: Okay, listen to me. Take a deep breath, all right? It's a dinner. It's a dinner. We're going to eat, we'll play footsie under the table, and then we're going to go bowling, right?
Lizzie: Yeah, if we make it out alive.
Beth: So what do you think? If it's just the two of us, should we go someplace a little less depressing? (Laughs)
Phillip: Yeah, probably. (Laughs)
Phillip: Hey! Hi, how did you get here?
Olivia: Her mother. What can I say? I like to see my little girl happy.
Phillip: Thank you.
Beth: It wouldn't be a family party without Emma.
Phillip: I'm so glad to see you.
Lizzie: Hi. Sorry we're late.
Beth: No, no, no. You're not late. You're right on time. Thank you for coming. We don't have to wait of anyone else. Let's sit.
Phillip: Sure, yeah, let's do. Come on, you sit next to Daddy.
Emma: Thank you, Daddy. (Laughter)
Beth: This is... this is nice, all of us together.
Alan: Well, hello, everyone. I'm so sorry that I'm late. I was taking a stroll today, and I stumbled over some party favors, and I'd love to share them with you. I think there's enough there for all of us.
Emma: Granddad, that's a lot of money.
Alan: Yes, it is, Emma. Would you like some?
Olivia: Oh, that's okay. We'll pass, thank you.
Beth: Alan, what is this?
Alan: Oh, Beth, I would say that's about $1 million.
Hilda: Are you ready for the... oh, my.
Alan: I brought some party favors, Hilda. Would you like one?
Hilda: Yes. Thank you, sir.
Alan: Good, good. Now, I think we're... we're all ready for the soup.
Hilda: Soup! Right away.
Alan: You know, Beth, this was a wonderful idea.
Dinah: You okay?
Shayne: Am I okay?
Shayne: I am... phenomenal. That's why I wanted you to come here and meet me. Because I told you that I could handle the news about Lara and the baby, right? Yeah, that's what I said. I wanted you to come here and see it with your own eyes. Because here I am standing here, talking to my little brother. And yeah, I'm wondering what kind of father I would have been. But I'm okay. I'm not falling apart.
Dinah: I know you're not.
Shayne: I'm not.
Dinah: I knew... I knew you wouldnít.
Shayne: How did you know? What made you sure?
Dinah: Because you are strong. I saw that you are strong. Even if you couldn't see it.
Marina: Hey, Blake.
Blake: Hey, honey. Wow. Hey, congratulations on getting Company back.
Marina: Thank you. Itís... it's wonderful. It's been a lot. I think it's a little more than I anticipated it being. And I'm not back to the force yet, and I was hoping I'd be able to swing this and still have some time with Henry. I just think it's so important for us to have some time together right now.
Blake: Oh, it's very important. Are you kidding me? They need you so much when they're young! Oh! It's when they're older that they don't want anything to do with you, and you just rattle around the house all day alone.
Marina: Oh, please. You have, like, ten jobs.
Blake: None of which I am working at, thank you. I mean, real estate is dead, and nobody reads, listens to the radio anymore.
Marina: Wow. So what you up to these days?
Blake: Nothing. Absolutely nothing. I have a lot of free time.
Marina: It's very interesting. Would you be interested in, I don't know, like a middle-management kind of position?
Blake: I would be very interested in a position like that, but nobody is hiring in this economy.
Marina: Well, I am. Try out the apron.
Blake: I don't know how to be a waitress.
Marina: Well, that's okay. I'd make you a manager.
Blake: A manager? Oh, I like that title, "Manager." I'll do it.
Blake: Oh, yeah.
Blake: Oh, yeah.
Shayne: Hmm. And I got sandwiches, and I... well, I got a few sandwiches.
Dinah: Yes, you did.
Shayne: But you know what I want to know? I want to know what would I have got if I would have brought back... what's your favorite food?
Shayne: Chinese? Chinese, is it really? I love Chinese.
Shayne: Come here. I'm going to have to remember that one.
Dinah: Why's that so hard to believe?
Shayne: It's just... (music box playing) Hey, Edmund.
Edmund: I'm sorry. The door was open, so I came in to wait for you. I saw Laraís music box. I wanted to see it. I knocked it off the table. It was clumsy of me, I'm sorry. I've tried to put it back together again, but I donít...
Shayne: Here, let me see it. Oh, this is okay. We can fix this.
Shayne: It's not a problem.
Edmund: Well, I'm obviously intruding, so... the two of you want to be alone.
Shayne: Well, I'll call you later, okay?
Shayne: All right.
Olivia: Emma? What are you doing out here, huh?
Emma: I don't want Daddy to see me.
Olivia: What? Why?
Emma: I'm sad. What if he has to go away?
Olivia: Oh. Well, if there's one thing I know about your daddy, it's that he's strong and he knows how to take care of himself. And you and me? No matter what, we're going to be okay.
Emma: What about Natalia?
Olivia: She's around. You know, at least until she and Frank get married.
Emma: I don't want her Natalia to go.
Olivia: Well, we're not leaving town. We're all going to be in the same place and we're going to work together. It's just that we're not going to live together anymore.
Olivia: Because married people like their privacy. And I know we're going to miss her an awful lot, but it's what she wants. It's what makes her happy.
Emma: She's not happy.
Olivia: Don't say that, Em, you like Frank.
Emma: I saw her crying.
Olivia: You saw Natalia cry?
Emma: Maybe she doesn't want to marry Frank. Maybe she wants to keep living with us.
Lizzie: I need a drink!
Bill: Come on, it wasn't so bad.
Lizzie: It wasn't so bad?
Lizzie: My grandfather found Gradyís million dollars. He knows that something happened.
Bill: Your grandfather is not a stupid man. He knew when Grady was gone he didn't leave town on his own.
Lizzie: Well, yeah, of course, but he's toying with us. When he gets like this, he's dangerous.
Bill: When is he not dangerous, okay? You should be used to it by now. Come here. Moat. Remember?
Bill: The moat? All we have to do, lift that drawbridge-- you and me.
Lizzie: "You and me" sounds good.
Bill: Doesn't that sound good? Come on. I think we've still got time to do a little bowling.
Lizzie: Oh, right. Our third date?
Bill: Third date. Seven more, we're going to start talking about...
Lizzie: "Talking about"?
Bill: I told you, I've got self-control.
Lizzie: Oh! Oh, then bowling it is! I have a 120 average. You know that, right? What's yours?
Bill: Itís... 48.
Lizzie: 48? Hmm. I am going to take you down. I think that we should go.
Bill: I don't think it's fair, you know? I mean...
Lizzie: Yeah, I'm a Spaulding.
Hilda: Can I get you anything else, sir?
Alan: That will be all.
Phillip: Quite a show, Alan.
Alan: Well, Phillip, I like to share my good fortune. It's not every day you stumble over $1 million.
Phillip: I guess money really does grow on trees around here.
Alan: You know, son, I taught you many things, but I never taught you to know when you're beaten.
Phillip: I didn't know we were having a battle.
Alan: Well, I guess it's kind of a father/son thing.
Phillip: We're just an average, all-American family.
Alan: No, we're not that different than most families. Our stakes are higher. $1 million.
Phillip: That's just money.
Alan: Money that was supposed to have been Grady Foleyís. But you made sure he didn't need it, and you got Elizabeth to lie for you. Phillip, I protected her while you were gone, and now that you are back, you are not going to hurt my little girl.
Coming up on "Guiding Light"...
Alan: When you took your oath of office as a Judge, you said that you would be fair and make this city the best that you could.
Shayne: I think Edmundís changed. He knows for certain that I never would have done anything to intentionally hurt Lara, Dad.
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