GL Transcript Tuesday 4/7/09

Guiding Light Transcript Tuesday 4/7/09

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Previously on "Guiding Light"...

Alan: I protected her while you were gone, and now that you are back, you are not going to hurt my little girl.

Shayne: I'm responsible for Laraís death. I'm the one that missed the mine that killed her.

Reva: You're here because you want to talk about radiation and chemo.

Colin: You know every second in this fight counts.

Jeffrey: It is time for round two, whether we like it or not.

Jeffrey: Look what I found. Ta-dah!

Daisy: Hi, Grandma.

Jeffrey: She was out in the hallways, wandering around looking for you.

Reva: Were you out in the hallways, wandering around?

Daisy: Yes, I was, looking for you. No, I wasnít. Jeffrey came to the house.

Reva: Oh.

Jeffrey: All right. Well, you know, I figured it would be good for her to see you, and you to see her.

Daisy: When did you become such a grandpa?

Reva: Have you seen the baby?

Daisy: No, not yet. I want to, though.

Jeffrey: Well, we're going to go right down there and see him, just as soon as you do what we said, remember-- you're going to make her smile?

Daisy: What?

Jeffrey: You've got to do something to make her smile.

Daisy: Look, I'm just not that, like, perky, cheer-you-up kind of girl.

Jeffrey: Aw, come on.

Reva: Daisy, he's not going to let you out of here unless you do something. So do something silly, and then I'll flash him a big ol' cheesy smile, and you can be on your way.

Jeffrey: (Laughing)

Reva: (Laughing) See? See, we're happy. See how happy we are? You can go now, right? Let her go.

Daisy: It's not that I'm not happy to see you. It's just hard to see you here.

Reva: So go and see the baby, because that will make you feel better. I know it would make me feel a whole lot better.

Jeffrey: Well, you're going to see him, just as soon as you get better. Okay? Let's go.

Daisy: All right.

Shayne: So you hit the ground running, huh? How is everything coming here on this beautiful day?

Josh: Well, I'm glad to see you.

Shayne: Why? What's up?

Josh: You tell me.

Shayne: Tell you what?

Josh: You went running out of the hospital the other day. Don't tell me it was nothing, okay? Because I know you better than that.

Shayne: These measurements aren't the ones I submitted to you. This is a smaller version. Are you downsizing this...

Josh: Shayne.

Shayne: Edmund told me Lara was pregnant when she died. So I told Edmund everything about Laraís death.

Josh: You told him everything?

Shayne: Everything, Dad. I told him it was my fault that she died.

Josh: You have no idea what you've done.

Dinah: Hey. Did you see my settlement on WSPR?

Bill: No.

Dinah: It was all over the news.

Bill: Oh. Yeah, well, I think our mother mentioned something about it to me, although I've told her many times I don't need to know anything about you or what you're doing or what you've been up to. But she seems to not be able to stop talking about you, so...

Dinah: Well, that's because I did something pretty wonderful.

Bill: No, Dinah. What you did was for you.

Dinah: That's right. I had to right my own wrong. And I wrote that check not for you or Lizzie, but for me.

Phillip: Hey.

Lizzie: Hi.

Phillip: Want some breakfast?

Lizzie: After last night's meal, I will never be eating again.

Phillip: It was quite something, wasn't it?

Lizzie: Do you think we could ever, I don't know, order a pizza, you know, like real people do?

Phillip: Well, you know, most of those people aren't sitting around waiting for the verdict in their kidnapping trial.

Lizzie: You know, I should have known that Granddad knew something. Yesterday, when he talked to me about the money, I'm such an idiot. I just walked right into his trap.

Phillip: What? He talked to you?

Lizzie: In the garden. He was asking me all these strange questions about Grady.

Phillip: What did you tell him? Did you tell him I got rid of him?

Lizzie: No. I told him that I did.

Alan: Well, your Honor, Alan Spaulding.

Judge: Yes, I know who you are, and we're not supposed to be talking.

Alan: Why? I'm not on trial.

Judge: I know, but your son is, and you're a material witness. We're not supposed to have any communication.

Alan: Well, I can understand why that might be a conflict of interest, but I'm not here to talk about my son's trial. I'm here as a concerned citizen of Springfield. I'm concerned about our environment.

Judge: Oh, really? Hmm.

Alan: Yes. And I feel, as one of the leaders of this community, that I should be a part of setting the tone for the way we should be going, which I believe is green. And that's why I have purchased a vehicle. I'd love to show it to you.

Judge: You know, my daughter is on the Springfield green planning board.

Alan: Really?

Judge: Mm-hmm.

Alan: Well, maybe if she saw this, she'd buy a fleet for the entire city.

Judge: Well, then I guess I should have a look.

Alan: Well, please. And you'll notice that basically the car is the same. The motor is up in the front, and everything is the same. Now, the green part, your Honor, is back here. Let me show it to you. Now, that's green. That's why it is very important, your Honor, for us to agree on how to handle the environment in this city.

Judge: I'm not sure I'm as progressive as you are, Mr. Spaulding.

Alan: Well, of course you are, your Honor. We both want the same things. We want fresh air, pristine water, safer streets for our children to play in. But what we have to do is rid this city of all its toxins, so that the next generation will be safe. Now, 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. Isn't that what you want for your daughter and her family?

Judge: My daughter does love green.

Alan: Well, doesn't she need to be rewarded for all of her hard work? I mean, you know, we parents have to take care of our children. We know what's best for them.

Judge: You're a very convincing man, Mr. Spaulding.

Phillip: Why would you do that? Why would you tell him that you killed Grady?

Lizzie: I didn't tell him I killed Grady. I said "got rid of." I told him I paid him off.

Phillip: Well, why would you even do that?

Lizzie: I don't know. I don't know. He caught me off-guard. I panicked. I'm not used to covering up somebody's death. I lied for you. Why did I lie for you?

Phillip: Wait a minute. Did you? What lie?

Lizzie: I told Granddad that I handed Grady the million dollars. But he already had the money. So he knew the whole time I was lying.

Phillip: I'm sorry that I told you about this.

Lizzie: I'm sorry you did, too. But I'm not sorry that you got rid of Grady. I didn't want him to die, but what he did to me was really terrible. I don't think I ever could have gotten over it if I didn't know he was really gone. ( Cell phone rings)

Phillip: Hello? Yes, speaking. I'll be there in 30 minutes. Verdict's in.

Lizzie: Dad?

Phillip: Yeah?

Lizzie: In case you go away, I just wanted to say thank you for protecting me.

Bill: What made me think that you'd be gone when I came back?

Dinah: It won't take me long to say what I have to say.

Bill: Fine. Say it.

Dinah: I don't expect my actions the other day to mean anything to you. They were for me. I needed people to forgive me, and to see how sorry I was. And I was willing, you know, to take on the consequences, but people weren't willing to give me the consequences-- not the city, not Lizzie. So I just stepped up and I created some of my own repercussions.

Bill: Good for you.

Dinah: Yep. Good for me, because I did this for me. I can fix this, but I can't fix us. I get that you really don't want to forgive me. And that's the biggest consequence of all. But I am still your sister. And if you ever get over this, I want you to know that I will be here for you, and that I will love you forever. I need to get going with my life. You know, I've got to start living it again. I just want you to know I did what I did not as a show for you.

Bill: Okay.

Josh: I just... I canít... what were you thinking, telling Edmund you feel responsible?

Shayne: I am responsible, Dad!

Josh: No. It was...

Shayne: How am I not?

Josh: Son, son! Lara died stepping on a landmine in a field that you thought you had cleared. That's true. But that's very different than putting a gun to someone's head and pulling the trigger. But in Edmundís mind...

Shayne: When I told Edmund... please listen to me. When I told Edmund, he listened. He accepted it.

Josh: Really?

Shayne: He knows for certain that I never would have done anything to intentionally hurt Lara, Dad! He knows that.

Josh: That's all well and good for someone who is rational and normal, but Edmund is neither of those things.

Shayne: I think Edmund has changed. I do.

Josh: People don't really change quite that much, son.

Shayne: They don't? They don't?

Josh: No.

Shayne: Name one thing, give me one thing that he has done since he's been back in town? Can you? Can you?

Josh: That's not the point.

Shayne: You can't! You can't! Dad, look how many hours he has put into this project for his daughter with us. He drove Mom to the hospital when she went into labor the other day. Edmund did this. And then he stayed afterwards to make sure she was okay.

Josh: I don't want to fight with you on this, okay?

Shayne: I don't want to fight with you either. I donít. I just... I think that... I think that knowing Lara changed him the way she changed me.

Josh: I hope you're right. I do.

Shayne: Okay.

Edmund: Another. Make it a double.

Beth: How about a cup of coffee? It's a little early in the day for a second double, isn't it?

Edmund: A little wine before lunch?

Beth: Actually, I had lunch. Phillip's verdict will probably come in this afternoon.

Edmund: So you're drinking to dull the pain, so you won't be hysterical in the courtroom?

Beth: I should have stayed on the other side of the room.

Edmund: I should have stayed on the other side of the world.

Daisy: Okay, good. I got it. I'm going to go show Reva.

Jeffrey: Okay. Tell her I'll be right there.

Daisy: Okay.

Jeffrey: I'll be right back, okay? Thank you.

(Baby crying)

Doctor: Mr. OíNeill, I have your son's release forms. He's ready to go home.

Reva: Well?

Daisy: You were right. He cheered me right up. I have pictures.

Reva: Good. Let me see.

Daisy: Here they are. Aren't they cute? Who knew Jeffrey was so mushy.

Reva: Well, I did. He's very romantic.

Daisy: Can it, Granny. TMI.

Reva: I wasn't going to tell you any more than that. Look at him. I really just want to hold him. It's just unfair. You know, I want to hold him. The only consolation, though, is that he's right here in the same building with me. I mean, he's right down the hall. And I just hope he senses my presence the way I can sense his. With him so close by, I feel like he's making me feel better. I mean, I can feel that. And that's good for me, but I don't know how good it is for the little guy. He should be home. He needs to start his life in his own home. But I think Jeffrey is afraid to try to do it without me. So you promise that you will help Jeffrey get settled in with Colin, right?

Daisy: Yeah. Why does everybody think because I'm a teenaged girl, I like to baby-sit?

Reva: I pay really well. 15 bucks an hour.

Daisy: 30. 25.

Reva: 22. That's it.

Daisy: I'll think about it.

Reva: Oh, think about it. That's good money.

Jeffrey: You two are smiling.

Reva: Yes. Here, give me your camera. Take a picture of us.

Jeffrey: Oh, okay. Got it. Daisy, Reva is not supposed to get too tired. I'll walk you out. I want to check in with Colinís doctors, also.

Reva: Is everything okay?

Jeffrey: Everything is fine. You know, I'm new at this, so give me a break.

Daisy: I'll see you, Grandma.

Reva: Bye, sweetie pie.

Jeffrey: How is it possible that my baby is ready to be released to go home?

Doctor: Well, we've run all the tests. Colin seems to be healthy and strong.

Jeffrey: Yes, but, you know, his mother is going to be in the hospital indefinitely for her cancer treatments. Well, you know, she's so attached to the baby. I just don't think that's such a good idea, do you?

Doctor: Well, the hospital has regulations. We can't keep him here if he doesn't need our help.

Jeffrey: I understand that, but, you know...

Doctor: In my professional opinion, your son belongs at home.

Shayne (singing): Itsy- bitsy spider crawled up the water spout.

Reva: Shayne. Hi.

Shayne: Hi.

Reva: I was hoping you would stop by.

Shayne: Here I am.

Reva: Did you see the baby?

Shayne: I did. I even held him for a minute.

Reva: He's cute, isn't he?

Shayne: Not as cute as me. He'll get there, though. I have faith in him.

Reva: The doctors say he's doing great.

Shayne: Of course he's doing great. Are you serious? He's one of us. He's going to be fine. He's going to be amazing. Although we do have to teach him how to be a Shayne.

Reva: You mean how to be stubborn and ornery.

Shayne: Yeah, we're going to teach him to be like you?

Reva: Ha-ha. You're lucky I'm in a weakened state; otherwise I would kick your butt.

Shayne: That's why I said it. I like your weakened state. It's kind of cool for me.

Reva: What's going on with you? You're actually smiling.

Shayne: What are you trying to say, that I don't smile?

Reva: Not much lately.

Shayne: I guess I'm feeling better, Mom.

Reva: I guess I don't really want to know the details.

Shayne: I guess I wouldn't tell you, anyway.

Reva: Whoever she is, if she makes you smile like this, then I'm grateful to her.

Shayne: Thank you. You know what? I'm grateful for Jeffrey, too. You know what else? We're going to be okay, Mom.

Dinah: What you looking at?

Daisy: Reva's new baby, my uncle.

Dinah: Your uncle?

Daisy: Yeah.

Dinah: Wow!

Daisy: Yeah, it's kind of weird, but he's so cute.

Dinah: He is so cute. Does he look like Shrek to you?

Daisy: Maybe, a little. I can see the Shrek. Yeah. That's cool. I like Shrek.

Dinah: I love Shrek.

Shayne: Hello, ladies. Hi.

Dinah: Hi.

Shayne: What are you doing? Speaking of which, I have something I need to go over with you on that project we're working on. Do you have a minute? Can I talk to you for two seconds? Is that cool?

Dinah: Yeah, that's fine. I have nothing going on right now.

Shayne: Okay.

Daisy: You guys, you don't have to talk in code. I know what's going on. Go. Go.

Dinah: Bye.

Phillip: Are you officially joining the prosecution, or are you just looking for a front row seat?

Alan: Well, I want to get my money's worth. By the way, where are your followers?

Phillip: I'm just waiting for Beth. She's on her way.

Alan: Anyone else?

Phillip: I'm not expecting anybody.

Alan: Tell me, son, which way are you leaning? How do you think this is going to go?

Phillip: Well, you know, I was feeling pretty good, until I came in here.

Edmund: "Dedicated in loving memory by her father, Edmund Winslow, and her close friend, Shayne Lewis." Close friend.

Shayne: Have I told you lately how much I love your place?

Dinah: Oh, thank you.

Shayne: And a full fridge?

Dinah: Yes.

Shayne: All right. What have we got here? We have... we have yogurt and carrot sticks. Is it food, real food?

Dinah: How do you think I keep this body looking so good?

Shayne: Point well-taken. What about a beer? You got a beer?

Dinah: On the left.

Shayne: On the left.

Dinah: Yes. I would have ordered a six-pack and a bag of pretzels if I knew you were coming.

Shayne: A six-pack and a bag of pretzels. No pretzels. And just a beer will be fine. So what are we going to do?

Dinah: I've got some self-help books over there, a whole stack of them. We could read through them.

Shayne: Yeah?

Dinah: Yeah. That's a good one.

Shayne: Yeah, interesting. I've done this thing before.

Dinah: TV? We could watch some TV. You could be in charge of the remote if you like.

Shayne: That sounds actually pretty tempting.

Dinah: Well. You know what else we could do?

Shayne: Hmm?

Dinah: I have exercise videos. We could work out.

Shayne: What about if we worked out naked?

Dinah: Do you burn more calories that way?

Shayne: I could find a way for you to burn a few calories.

Dinah: You are so simple. Yes.

Shayne: Gee, I thought this whole time you were telling me that I was a deep and complicated man.

Dinah: Well, that's what hooked me in at first. I mean, I thought that there was this complicated soul inside, full of trouble.

Shayne: Hmm. See, maybe there used to be, but when I am laying here...

Dinah: Mm-hmm.

Shayne: ...Right now...

Dinah: Mm-hmm.

Shayne: ...Looking at you, I don't have a problem in the world.

Jeffrey: How are you feeling?

Reva: Well, tired, cranky, ornery-- all of the above. You?

Jeffrey: Fine. Did Daisy show you the pictures of the baby?

Reva: Yeah, she did. I would have to say that he is the most beautiful baby in the nursery.

Jeffrey: You won't get any arguments from me.

Reva: Those other babies, you know, in those plastic bins-- he's got a lot of company.

Jeffrey: He's good at making friends.

Reva: You know, there are times when I think I hear the babies crying. I mean, I know that it's a bit of a distance to the nursery, but I listen really hard, and I try to pick out his cry from all the rest of them.

Jeffrey: Well, he can really wail.

Reva: And I know that the nurses are probably doing a good job, right, of picking him up and not letting him cry too long?

Jeffrey: You know, we're lucky that he's in a place where they take such good care of him, you know?

Reva: Yeah. It's a really marvelous facility.

Jeffrey: State-of-the-art, terrific health care. Reva, the baby needs to go home.

Reva: Jeffrey, I think the baby needs to go home. What did you say?

Jeffrey: Did you... but you just...

Reva: The baby... I do. I think Colin needs to go home. I mean, I know you may be scared about doing that, but...

Jeffrey: Well, I was scared, but not about taking him home. I was scared about telling you that he needed to go.

Reva: I know. I like knowing that he's here, close by, but I really think that he should be spending the first days of his life at home, with his dad. You can... you can handle it, can't you?

Jeffrey: Can you?

Reva: I have to.

(Knocking on the door)

Nurse: May I see your wristband?

Jeffrey: Oh, yeah. Right. Sure.

Nurse: Thank you, Mr. OíNeill. Are you ready?

Jeffrey: I've been ready. Oh, wait, wait, wait. Okay, now I'm ready.

Nurse: Here you go. Good luck.

Jeffrey: Thank you.

Still holding you ransom

the music's gone but still you're dancing

I would die to see you smile

all I'm asking is that you stay a while...

Alan: What are you doing here?

Daisy: I came to see a Spaulding go down. You all hurt my family, and everything you did to Grady...

Bailiff: All rise.

Beth: Here we go.

Judge: Be seated, please. After much deliberation, I've reached a verdict. But before I proceed, I'll give Mr. Spaulding one last chance to speak.

Phillip: Your Honor, I'm truly sorry for what happened. I understand the need for consequences, and I accept whatever they are.

Judge: When you left this town, you left a path of destruction in your wake, and yet all of these people came forward to defend you. You're to be applauded for the way you've turned your life around.

Phillip: Thank you, your Honor.

Judge: However, this is a court of law, and I am obligated to make a determination of the facts. And the fact is, you did try to abduct your children and take them away from their mothers. Therefore, I have no choice but to find you guilty on all counts. You are to be remanded into custody pending sentencing. This court is adjourned.

Lizzie: That's not what I... that's not what I wanted. Please don't send him away. I don't want you to go.

Shayne: This food is pretty good.

Dinah: Yeah. I think you'd eat anything right about now.

Shayne: I might. You got any ideas?

Dinah: Carrot sticks in the fridge.

Shayne: Carrot sticks?

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: Yeah, maybe later on the carrot sticks.

Dinah: Okay. We just got through 20 minutes of high-intensity aerobics.

Shayne: Yes, we did.

Dinah: Right. What's next?

Shayne: We could do the running part again. I thought that was fun.

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: Did you like that?

Dinah: Well...

Shayne: I liked it. What's this one?

Dinah: Yoga.

Shayne: Yoga on DVD. Yoga?

Dinah: Mm-hmm.

Shayne: You do this?

Dinah: Every other week.

Shayne: Really?

Dinah: Mm-hmm.

Shayne: Can your body get into that position right there?

Dinah: Oh, yeah!

Shayne: Oh, yeah? Prove it to me.

Dinah: (Laughing) Fine.

Shayne: All right. Fine, it's on. We're doing yoga.

Josh: Yeah, well, I talked to the project manager. He's going to take care of the differences in the specs. Listen, Billy, we all need to keep an eye on Edmund, okay? Yeah, I know, we usually do. But I just... I have a bad feeling. Okay, all right. Bye.

Jeffrey: Well, welcome home, son.

Phillip: Can I have a second just to say good-bye?

Guard: Sure.

Phillip: Thank you. So I guess you don't want me to go.

Lizzie: I didn't know until right now. (Sobbing)

Phillip: Well, I'm glad I know it. It will make it a lot easier to be away from you. Come here. You take care of her.

Bill: I will.

Beth: This won't stand. We'll appeal. I won't fail you next time.

Phillip: You didn't fail me. You did more than I deserve. This is on me. It's all on me.

Alan: I'm very sorry, son. I want you to know, though, that I will take care of everything while you're gone, just like I did last time.

Phillip: Thanks, Alan, but, you know, it's not going to be just like last time.

Guard: Mr. Spaulding...

Phillip: Yeah.

Bill: Are you okay?

Edmund: Hello, Josh.

Josh: Hello, Edmund.

Edmund: So it's really going to happen. You and your happy, healthy son are going to build a memorial to my dead daughter.

Josh: We think it's an important project.

Edmund: So do I. You need to do what's right by your son. I'm going to do what's right by my daughter.

Shayne: Thank you. I just got room service in my boxers.

Dinah: (Laughing)

Shayne: Is that weird? Here, look at this. Finally, we have-- watch out-- we have real food here.

Dinah: Yes.

Shayne: All right. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.

Dinah: Oh, that's so nice. Thank you. You know what?

Shayne: What?

Dinah: I so did not think we would end up here.

Shayne: You didn't?

Dinah: No.

Shayne: No?

Dinah: Uh-uh.

Shayne: A little bit? Hmm. Neither did I. I didnít. I thought you were a bossy pain in the ass.

Dinah: I thought you were mopey and dramatic.

Shayne: Wow.

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: Really?

Dinah: Uh-huh.

Shayne: Well, good thing we didn't get together back then, huh?

Dinah: Well, when did you actually think we'd get together?

Shayne: It had to be around the time that we were roasting marshmallows outside the burning evidence building.

Dinah: Oh. You were that clear back then? You were that clear that far back?

Shayne: Hmm, I guess I was. Yeah, I wasn't looking for anyone in my life at all, actually, but, you know, we had this spark. You get it? Burning building, spark?

Dinah: I do. I get that.

Shayne: You get it?

Dinah: I so hit the jackpot. You are funny, you are sexy. We're pretty terrific.

Shayne: Funny?

Dinah: Mm-hmm.

Shayne: Sexy, too?

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: I think you did hit the jackpot. We both did.

Reva: It's a sad song.

Nurse: Well, get happy because it is over.

Reva: Oh, good. When am I scheduled to go down for the radiation?

Nurse: Later today. But something came for you.

Reva: A computer? (Cell phone rings) Hello?

Jeffrey: Hi, Mommy!

Reva: Hey. Did you and Colin get settled in all right?

Jeffrey: Yeah. Did you get the laptop?

Reva: Yes. What is that, something to keep me occupied so I can check my e-mail and do a little on-line shopping for you?

Jeffrey: Just turn it on, okay? And then scroll down and click on the third icon.

Reva: Just a minute. Okay.

Jeffrey: Okay? Now, hang up the phone.

Reva: What?

Jeffrey: Just hang up the phone.

Reva: But I'm not done talking to you. You have to promise me that you'll call me right back. Because I don't even know if Colin...

Jeffrey: Reva.

Reva: Okay, okay, okay.

Jeffrey: Okay. We're going to surprise your mommy. See anybody you know?

Reva: Oh, you set up a webcam!

Jeffrey: Yeah, so you can see your little baby boy, and he can see you any time of day and any time of night.

Reva: Oh, Jeffrey, I can't believe you did this.

Jeffrey: Hey, little Colin, somebody wants to say hello to you.

Reva: Oh, hi, baby. It's Mama. How do you like your new home?

Jeffrey: He says that he's very lonely, but he's going to be okay because he knows that you're going to be home any day now.

Reva: This is an incredible gift, Jeffrey. Thank you.

Jeffrey: Now we can be a family.

Reva: We are! We are a family.

Coming up on "Guiding Light"...

Beth: Thank God you're here. I thought we were going to miss him.

Bill: Who?

Beth: Someone who can help us with Phillip.

Bill: I'm not going to help you free Phillip. Governor Young.

Beth: We'd like you to consider letting Phillip Spaulding out of prison.

Daisy: I wanted to try and find Grady again. Please come with me.

Christina: No. He's dangerous.

Grady: Not bad. But I could've broke in faster.

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