Guiding Light Transcript Monday 4/20/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Jeffrey: You know, it's so strange. It's like Josh and I have traded places.
Alan: I was wondering if you were still open to taking that evaluation.
Phillip: Sure, I have nothing to hide.
Edmund: How do you reconcile this with God?
Josh: Get thee behind me, Satan.
Phillip: I'm here. Where's the doctor? What the hell do you think you're doing?
Alan: Son. Boy, this place sure does bring back memories.
Phillip: It's all a setup, wasn't it, the whole "Come on back to the company, son" thing, wasn't it?
Alan: No, it wasn't a setup. I wanted you back.
Phillip: You know, legally you can't keep me here.
Alan: No, but Governor Young can. He made a psychiatric evaluation, a condition on your prison release.
Phillip: I agreed to an evaluation.
Alan: Yes, but when he found out that you were going to start back at Spaulding, for political reasons he felt a full psychiatric examination was needed. He was not going, for political reasons, to release you into the public to deal with people until he knew that you were fully recovered.
Phillip: I wonder who reminded him of that.
Alan: I want to believe you're well.
Phillip: Oh, I'm well. I'm as well as any member of this family can be.
Alan: Well, then, son, you have nothing to be afraid of.
Marina: So, why do you think they moved up the meeting? Do you think so maybe we couldn't get our story straight, or...
Mallet: I don't know, I don't know. Maybe we're getting worked up over nothing here. I mean, maybe it's just going to be a sit-down with routine questions.
Marina: Yeah, you know, like, "Hey, Officer Mallet, so when you and your ex-wife Dinah Marler went over to Bosnia together, did you and she buy yourselves a kid"?
Mallet: How would they possibly know that?
Marina: I don't know. I don't know, okay? Maybe because it was an international adoption, and they had to call the Bosnian authorities.
Mallet: I hope not.
Marina: Yeah, I hope not, either, because there's no one over there that can verify what's on our American paperwork, because you and Dinah made all of that up.
Mallet: Okay, I'm not going to get worried about this until I know exactly what they want, okay? We're good parents. We're good parents, and they're going to see that Henry’s healthy and that Henry’s happy.
Marina: Right, and then none of that will matter, because we broke the law.
Mallet: I broke the law.
Marina: No, Mallet, you and Dinah broke the law, and I am just as guilty because I took the baby.
Mallet: Then I'll tell them that it was me, and that you knew nothing about it, and you'll get to keep the baby.
Marina: And raise this baby without you? No.
Mallet: Well, I don't have an answer.
Marina: Okay, okay, we are in this together, okay? But we are going to need to get really creative really fast, or they are going to take our baby away from us.
Mallet: Okay, well, then, let's write down some questions that we think that they might ask, all right? We'll practice.
Marina: I don't think that's the answer. I think Dinah’s the answer.
Rick: Look, do me a favor. You guys go in, when you go in to see her, wear a mask and gown, okay? And you've got to get rid of those flowers. But please, please see her. She could use the encouragement and love right now, okay?
Dinah: Okay. Are you okay?
Shayne: No, I'm not okay. Rick just told me my mom's going to die. What is wrong with Rick?
Dinah: No, he said that she needs something good to live for. That's where you come in, okay? You're going to go in there, you're going to put a smile on, and you're going to tell her a happy story in that beautiful low voice of yours. It works for me. It works for me, and it makes me happy. And you know what? When you believe in something, when you believe in something, other people believe in it. All right? So you go do the same for your mom, all right?
Shayne: Yes, okay.
Dinah: Thank you.
Shayne: Thank you.
Jeffrey: There we are.
Reva: It's plastic.
Jeffrey: Well, the doctor says that's all you can have right now.
Reva: For the woman who single-handedly took down Edmund Winslow? That deserves rare orchids, or in the very least carnations.
Jeffrey: Well, you know what? I'm going to fill the house with them when you come home. How's that?
Reva: Rare orchids, not carnations.
Jeffrey: Got it. I'll go check on Colin.
Reva: Give him a kiss for me.
Shayne: Hi. Yeah, this is fun. How do you feel? You look great.
Reva: You're a terrible liar.
Dinah: Hey. You okay?
Jeffrey: I have to be.
Dinah: What's going on with Edmund? I can't seem to find him.
Jeffrey: I don't know. And I don't want to know. You're going to have to talk to Josh.
Josh: How's our boy?
Roc: It's better for you if you don't know.
Josh: Is he alive?
Roc: Of course he's alive. I don't go around killing people. It's not what I do, and it's not what you hired me to do.
Josh: I want to see him.
Roc: Look, the less you know, the better off both of us are.
Josh: If I'm calling the shots, I need to know the consequences of my actions. I want to see him.
Roc: All right, man. You're the boss.
Edmund: Hello, Josh.
Josh: Hello, Edmund.
Edmund: Awfully far from the pulpit today, aren't you? So have you come to offer me some words of comfort, to let me know there's a balm in Gilead?
Josh: I'm not concerned about your comfort, Edmund.
Edmund: Oh, here to administer a little torture, are you? Water boarding, electric shock, a little bamboo under the fingernails, you old devil?
Josh: I'm just here to make sure you don't hurt my family again.
Edmund: That's noble, Josh, noble-- taking care of Reva even after she's borne another man's child.
Josh: I should have trusted my instincts from the beginning. I should have kept you away from Shayne the moment you arrived in town.
Edmund: Come on, man. This isn't about Shayne. This isn't about your son. It's about Reva, Josh. Reva and Josh, always.
Josh: You need to go away.
Edmund: Why? I wasn't trying to take your son away from you. Shayne and I developed a connection of Lara, a connection I had hoped was going to extend to your entire family. I thought I had found peace. But instead I find myself chained up here like an unwanted dog.
Josh: You hit my son in the head with a baseball bat.
Edmund: Fine, but that was after finding out that he had basically killed my daughter.
Josh: You'll never change, Edmund.
Edmund: What, so you're just going to leave me here? Is that it, Reverend? What ever happened to mercy? What about redemption? Come on! Give me that old-timey religion!
Shayne: She's really sick.
Dinah: I know. She's been sick before, though. I think she'll be okay.
Shayne: I need to do something.
Dinah: You being there, here, is enough. (Phone rings) Hello? Yeah. Well, okay, okay, can it wait? I'm at the hospital here with Shayne. You know what? Just call me back. Call me back. Okay.
Shayne: What's up?
Dinah: There's trouble with Marina and Mallet's adoption. The child services agent wants to come by the house to investigate, and since I was a part of it, they are thinking that they need me.
Shayne: They do need you. You need to go right now.
Dinah: No, I'm not leaving you here alone.
Shayne: I'm going to be fine, because you're going to come back. You have friends, and they need you right now. It's okay.
Dinah: I know, I do have friends.
Shayne: You do.
Dinah: I do have friends who need my help. Okay, I'm going to go, but I'm going to come right back. You call me if you need anything, all right? You promise?
Shayne: I promise.
Shayne: Okay. Lillian, Lillian, hey, hey, hey, hi.
Lillian: Oh, Shayne, hi. How are you holding up, honey? I mean, it must be really hard for you to see your mom in there, but the antibiotics are about to click in, and then she'll be right on the road for her treatment.
Shayne: Actually, her treatment is exactly what I wanted to talk to you about.
Lillian: No, no, no. You don't want to talk to me. You want to talk to Dr. McCabe. Want me to set up an appointment?
Shayne: No, no, no, no, you're exactly the person I wanted to talk to, because you're the only one that can help me with what I'm thinking I have in mind here.
Lillian: I'll be happy to help you, but...
Shayne: No, no, no, no. I mean not as a nurse, Lillian-- as my mom's friend. She needs a positive distraction right now to get her health back onto track.
Lillian: I believe in positive thinking, and you're right, she does need that. What can I do?
Shayne: What I'm about to ask you is kind of a big responsibility. I'm sorry to drop this on you like this.
Lillian: What? Try me.
Shayne: How would you like to be a Godmother? Colin needs to be christened. And my mother really needs to be part of something normal right now.
Lillian: Yeah, but when are you planning to do this?
Shayne: Now. I mean, the sooner the better now.
Lillian: But sweetie, the problem is she can't leave the hospital. She's under house arrest. I mean, she tried to endanger her life by leaving.
Shayne: Okay, then, we don't have to go anywhere. We can do it right here. Right here, right now. Colin's not going to mind. He's got a fresh mind up there. He's an independent thinker.
Lillian: Yeah, he's just like you and your mom.
Shayne: Will you do it?
Lillian: Of course I'll do it. But you've got to ask Reva and Jeffrey. They may have other ideas, right?
Shayne: No, no. Listen, they may, but my sister and my stepsister are both away. So if they want to have family in on this or be a part of it or have them do it, they're going to have to do it on the phone. You're here. You're my mom's best friend. Please, please.
Lillian: Oh, of course. Are you kidding? I'd be honored. Of course, I will do it. Of course, I will. You're wonderful to think of it, too, sweetie.
Shayne: Thank you, thank you, thank you. We've got to do it. Let's do it. Let's get to work. Okay.
Reva: I'm okay.
Jeffrey: Just a sip, come on.
Reva: No, later.
Jeffrey: Any woman who can get up and kick Edmund’s butt can force herself to take a little sip of water.
Reva: Jeffrey, it makes me feel nauseous. You need to go. Colin needs you.
Jeffrey: I'm not leaving you.
Reva: I'm sorry I got sicker.
Jeffrey: Me, too. I'm sorry.
Reva: But I had to do it. Edmund was going to hurt our baby.
Jeffrey: I know. I'm proud of you. I just wish there could have been some other way. You know, I have seen and done a lot of scary things in my life, but seeing you this sick is probably the most frightening thing that I have ever been through. So you need to stay put, you understand?
Jeffrey: Stay put for me and for Colin. We need you.
Shayne: Dad, where you at?
Josh: Working. I'm working on a new project. What's up?
Shayne: I need you to come down to the hospital right now, please.
Josh: Is your mom okay?
Shayne: Listen, everything's okay. She's hanging in there fine. But she needs your help and I've got a plan.
Josh: I'll be there as soon as I can.
Shayne: Okay, good.
Josh: I have to go. My son needs me.
Roc: What do you want me to do about the princess?
Josh: I'm working on that. Don't do anything radical until I get back to you, okay?
Roc: I know how to follow orders.
Josh: All right.
Dinah: Are they here?
Mallet: No, not yet, but thank you. Thank you so much for coming. And I'm sorry that you're getting involved again. I promised you that wouldn't happen.
Dinah: No, that's okay. Just tell me what I need to do.
Marina: I don't know. Maybe nothing. Maybe the investigator from CPS is just going to come over here and rubber-stamp the whole thing.
Mallet: Yeah, but if they did their homework, they're going to know that we didn't go by the book to get Henry.
Dinah: Well, if they don't know now they're going to eventually find out, and the first thing they're going to look at is this interview. So whatever we say today, we're going to have to stick by that story.
Marina: We went through a list of questions that we thought that they might ask.
Mallet: And every answer makes us look real bad.
Dinah: Yeah, if you tell them the truth. Isn't that why you called me, because you need a liar?
Marina: We need your help.
Mallet: One last time.
Dinah: Look, whatever we come up with today, nothing is going to make you guys come out looking clean. So somebody is going to have to take the fall. And that's going to have to be me.
Phillip: I'm perfectly sane and you know it. So I'm not going to be in here very long, which means that you don't have a whole lot of time to figure out how you're going to hold on to what little power you have left.
Alan: You know, it's statements like that, Phillip, that make me believe you do need this evaluation. You've got to learn how to start dealing with your paranoid delusions. Believe me, the people who love you need to be reassured that you're okay. And if you pass this examination, Phillip, no one will be happier than I.
Dr. Mike: Mr. Spaulding?
Phillip: It's a little confusing. Actually, Ravenwood has big, fat files on both of us.
Alan: Alan Spaulding, Doctor, and this is my son, Phillip Spaulding.
Dr. Mike: Dr. Mike Silver.
Alan: Pleasure to meet you. Well, I'll leave you two alone. I know you have work to do. So I'll be right outside, Doctor.
Phillip: So you work for my father?
Dr. Mike: I work for my patients. I want everyone to be able to leave here and lead happy, productive lives.
Phillip: How do you go about making that happen?
Dr. Mike: That depends on you.
Phillip: We both know that I've been here before, Dr. Silver. Somehow or another I have to convince you that I'm not crazy, all right? Now, I know I'm not, but I'm guessing that my telling you that isn't going to be enough.
Dr. Mike: Sorry.
Phillip: Right, so you just tell me how you want to proceed. You want me to open up some old wounds for you, or talk about how my father never loved me when I was a child, or what I had for breakfast?
Dr. Mike: Or I could ask the questions.
Phillip: Ask away.
Dr. Mike: You came home knowing you'd be facing charges you could have avoided by staying away.
Phillip: That's not a question, that's a statement of fact.
Dr. Mike: The implied question is, why?
Phillip: The answer to that is a matter of public record. Just look at the transcript of my recent trial.
Mallet: Child Protective Services.
Clarice: Please, call me Clarice. And this must be Henry.
Marina: Yes, this is Henry, named after my late uncle.
Clarice: Hi. Well, how cute are you? And all the outlets have been baby-proofed?
Dinah: Yes, and the cabinets as well. You won't find a safer home for any baby.
Clarice: Is this your attorney?
Edmund: No, just a good friend, Dinah Marler.
Clarice: Too bad, because you're going to need an attorney-- a good one. Mr. Camaletti, a little over a month ago you adopted a baby with this woman, and now you're raising him with another.
Marina: That's because I'm his wife.
Mallet: And she's my ex-wife.
Dinah: Look, Clarice, I'm sure you can pick up on the tension in the room. That's because Marina and Mallet really didn't want me here today.
Clarice: Why is that?
Dinah: Well, when Marina lost her uncle, she naturally spent her time with family. I saw it as an opportunity to get Mallet back.
Mallet: Dinah, Dinah, you don't have to do this.
Dinah: So I created an emergency. I happened to be in Bosnia, and of course Mallet showed up and was there for me. We were far away from home, so I thought it was a great chance to rekindle things, but it didn't work. It wasn't enough. I was in the hotel lobby one evening and I overheard someone talking about an orphanage, and I knew how much Mallet wanted children, so I tricked him to go there.
Clarice: Babies are not puppies, Miss Marler.
Dinah: I understand that. And I know that it was a bad impulse, and I know that it was a horrible idea, but I actually thought in my mind once we could share a baby it would only be a matter of time before I could get Mallet back.
Mallet: She's making herself sound a lot worse than she needs to.
Dinah: Yeah, see, no, I'm not. No, I'm not. Because the one good thing that I did was realize I was wrong. The minute I got off that plane with Mallet, I saw that he would never leave Marina. And Marina accepted this child instantly as her own, beautifully. Now, I know that it's unorthodox, but isn't the point that this child have a good and loving home?
Clarice: I think "unorthodox" is a bit of an understatement. But I've seen enough. The two of you do seem to be loving parents.
Billy: Hey, thanks for calling me. I think the christening's a great idea. Reva must be pretty happy, huh?
Shayne: Yeah, about that-- Mom doesn't exactly know about the christening right now.
Billy: She doesn't know you're christening the baby?
Shayne: She does not know. But listen... I know, I know. But the doctor said we may have to do something to keep her spirits up, and I know she wants to see all the family get together. I mean, even if she has to watch through a window.
Josh: Hey, guys.
Shayne: Hey. Hey, hey.
Josh: Lillian tells me that there's some plan brewing?
Lillian: Yes, and since this is the architect of the plan I thought he'd give you the details.
Shayne: Well, first of all, thank you very much. I'm so happy that everyone's getting together. I know that Jeffrey and Mom could use a surprise right now.
Josh: Oh, sort of like an impromptu party. Reva likes that.
Shayne: Kind of. No, it's sort of more like an impromptu christening. You don't happen to keep an extra collar in your back pocket for occasions like this, do you?
Reva: Isn't it time for you to feed the baby?
Jeffrey: We have ten more minutes, and I want to spend every one of them with you.
Reva: I want you to feed the baby.
Jeffrey: I will, but, you know, we've got to keep him on a schedule, right, if we want him to sleep at night. (Knocking at window)
Shayne: Look who I have here. Say hi. Hi, Mama, hi, Daddy. He told me he needed a quick visit.
Reva: He's bigger.
Billy: I'm bigger, too.
Reva: No, you're not.
Shayne: So, Colin, this right here, we're going to call him your Uncle Billy. Uncle Billy. Uncle Billy’s a big, scary man. You'd better watch out. And this right here, Colin, this is Billy’s brother, Josh. Josh is a minister. Josh is my dad. Oh, look at this. We have everybody here, huh? We've got a mommy and a daddy, and we've got a baby. We've got a baby. And we have a minister, a Godfather. We have family. Wow, just about everything we need for a christening, huh? Except a Godmother. You need a fairy Godmother, don't you? And look who's walking down the hall-- a beautiful nurse. Now, Colin, this is every man's dream. You'll know that when you get older. And I think that she's just a beautiful Godmother, and would be great at it. What do you think? What do you think? Should we have a christening?
Jeffrey: You know, I must be losing my touch, because I can normally spot a conspiracy miles away.
Shayne: This was put together really quickly.
Billy: Shayne did it.
Jeffrey: Well, thanks. You know, your mom really, really appreciates this.
Shayne: It's okay. You know, we just all happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Jeffrey: Well, I'm going to go back inside, so you guys will take care of the baby?
Lillian: That's why we're here. Say hi to Mommy.
Josh: That's good work, son. Very brave of you.
Shayne: Thank you. You know, helping Mom right now is helping me, Dad.
Lillian: You know, the parents are here, and we're all ready. I'm afraid they're going to call me away in a minute, and I really want to be part of this.
Josh: I just need a minute.
Billy: You okay?
Josh: Yeah, yeah, I'm okay. I'm proud of Shayne for doing this. I just don't know that I'm the right man to perform this ceremony.
Billy: Well, you're still ordained, aren't you?
Josh: Yeah, there's just some choices I've made lately that don't exactly...
Billy: Hey, look, you still believe in God?
Josh: Of course I do.
Billy: Well, then, you're the right man for the job, so get in there and do it. Oh, look-- I picked this up from the chaplain.
Josh: Okay. All right, here we go. Heavenly Father, we are gathered here today to welcome this new soul into our family.
Mallet: I don't even know what to say.
Dinah: "Thank you."
Mallet: How about, like, a thousand thank-you’s, huh? That was great. That was unbelievable. You are one of the most amazing women I've ever known. Thank you.
Dinah: Come on. You know when I get in the zone I can make up a story so easy, easy.
Marina: Well, I'm just glad that Clarice realized that one part of that story was not a lie. Henry is in a good home.
Dinah: I just hope it worked.
Marina: Well, wine?
Dinah: No, no thank you. I have to get back to Shayne. Thank you, though. I think somebody needs a diaper changed.
Marina: Dinah, thank you so much for bringing him here and for keeping him here. I won't ever be able to repay you.
Dinah: Okay, okay, right?
Mallet: Oh, I can't believe it. I can't believe this nightmare's finally over.
Phillip: I had a nervous breakdown. For a while, I was a very sick man. If I had seen it coming, I could have spared the people that I cared about a lot of pain, but I didn’t. So I went away and I tried to get healthy, and I tried to figure out why it happened, and how to make sure it never happened again. And when I felt like I was better, I came back. And you were right, I did know that I was probably going to end up in prison, which should tell you just how important the chance was to me to fix things, and why I would never do anything to jeopardize it.
Alan: Excuse me. Are all the patients' rooms monitored like that?
Orderly: 24-7. This place is full of crazy people.
Alan: Yeah. Now, can the doctor see everything that's going on inside the room?
Orderly: They use the tapes to aid in their evaluations.
Alan: Oh, good. Well, thank you.
Phillip: Oh, Alan, that was so much fun. I can't remember the last time I had so many laughs.
Alan: Well, Phillip, I'm glad you enjoyed it, because it looks like you and Dr. Mike will be spending a lot of quality time together.
Phillip: No, see, I don't think so. I think she saw that I was as sane as anybody out there.
Alan: Well, that's not the impression that I just got. But don't you worry about a thing. I'll take care of everyone while you're still in here. As a matter of fact, you know, James is at home, and it'll give me a chance to spend a little quality time with him, teach him about good scotch, great cigars, and bad women.
Phillip: You know, there's a lot I don't know about James yet, but I'm pretty sure that he doesn't look to someone like you as a mentor.
Alan: Oh, come on. Boys his age, Phillip, have an unlimited amount of curiosity for decadence.
Phillip: God, you know, you really are the sick one.
Alan: Speaking of sick, I think it's time I'm going to take action against Olivia and her immoral lifestyle.
Phillip: Sure, why not? Forget about the fact that she's a good mother.
Alan: Emma needs to start being groomed so that we can use her for our benefit. And then there's Elizabeth. Ah, the pride and joy of my life. I'm going to continue to allow her to do my bidding for me, just like she did with Grady Foley.
Phillip: You leave Lizzie alone.
Alan: Well, I won't be able to see her tonight, you see, because I'm going to go have a one-on-one basketball game with Rick Bauer. You know, he and I have a lot in common. We both had Beth. We like to share notes in between lay-ups. ( Camera whirring)
Marina: You know, I think I'm going to go try to find my dad, if that's okay. I've been worried about him.
Mallet: Oh, yeah, sure. You want to take Henry? That'll make him forget Natalia for a few minutes.
Marina: No. I'm sure he would love it, but I think this is probably more of a father-daughter thing, so...
Mallet: Okay, yeah, sure. That makes sense. Well, Henry and I will just hang out here, then, have some father-son time, huh?
Mallet: Bye. Oh, let's fix that sock.
Josh: Did I do okay?
Reva: You were perfect. You never let me down.
Josh: I hope I never do.
Reva: I hope so, too. How's you-know-who?
Josh: The last I saw him he was chained to a wall and being as obnoxious as ever.
Reva: Good. I promised them that I'd go to sleep now. Thanks again.
Jeffrey: Josh, thank you for doing this.
Josh: My pleasure. I've got to go, though. I've got to get back to Edmund.
Jeffrey: How's that going?
Josh: Okay. Roc's been a big help, so thank you. I'll call you if we need anything.
Marina: Hi. You just left the house so quickly earlier I just wanted to make sure that there was nothing else.
Clarice: Nothing else?
Marina: Anything else that you may need answered so you can close the case?
Clarice: If you have a question for me, just ask.
Marina: Are you going to close the file?
Marina: Right. I didn't think so. Look, I know that our situation is very unusual. But we love that baby. I'm sure you can see that.
Clarice: Sometimes it's not about if you're a good parent or not.
Marina: Then what is it about?
Clarice: Breaking the law. But you're a cop, and you knew that already.
Dinah: Did it happen?
Shayne: It happened. Colin's christened.
Dinah: Great. Is Reva happy?
Dinah: Oh, good job.
Shayne: How about you? How'd your mission go?
Dinah: Well, I weaved a very interesting story. I think that children services... well, they seemed satisfied. It looks like Henry, Mallet, and Marina... they all seem fine. Well, at least when I left, so...
Shayne: Good day for both of us.
Dinah: Hey, do we need to join your family at all in the cafeteria?
Shayne: Not at all.
Shayne: No. No, I've had enough family for one day. I actually need something else. Do you think that maybe you can help me with that?
Dinah: Sure, I can help with something else.
Shayne: Yeah, could you? Then let's go do that.
Dr. Mike: I thought we were going to get this over with quickly, but since this outburst, I think we're going to have to keep him here a while.
Alan: Doctor, I'm just glad you saw it. It's obvious that he's not healed yet. And it pains me to admit that.
Dr. Mike: Of course it does. But our job is to get Phillip out of his dark place and back into the world again.
Alan: Just keep him here until the job is done. Can I say good-bye to him? Is it safe?
Dr. Mike: Yeah, it is now. We'll sedate him after you leave.
Alan: All right, good. Well, I'm sorry it came to this.
Phillip: No, you're not. You got exactly what you wanted. You got me locked up for now.
Alan: Goodbye, Phillip.
Mallet: Hey, just checking in. How is everything?
Mallet: Frank. How's he doing?
Marina: Oh, he's good. He's hanging in there.
Mallet: Good. That's good to hear. You going to stay a while longer?
Marina: No. No, I'll be home soon.
Mallet: Oh, good. Just, you know, I'd like to have you here, all of us together, being a family, now that we don't have something hanging over our heads, you know?
Dinah: We'll never make it. We only have six floors.
Shayne: A lot can happen in six floors.
Dinah: No, no, the security camera.
Dinah: The security camera.
Shayne: I'll bet he's going to get a hell of a show.
Dinah: No, he's not. Not watching me. No, he's not. So whatever you want to do, you'd better get it done in three floors.
Shayne: Well, then I'll have... three floors?
Shayne: So be quiet, huh?
Jeffrey: Are you okay?
Reva: Did we christen the baby today?
Jeffrey: Yes, we did. Colin has great family and friends.
Reva: Shayne did good.
Jeffrey: Yes, he did.
Reva: I'm thirsty. Can I have some water? I'm sorry you have to take care of me.
Jeffrey: Taking care of you is what I do best. And that's how I want to spend the rest of my life-- taking care of you and Colin, and making sure you're safe.
Josh: Roc? Edmund?
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Josh: I don't even know if he's alive, you know? There was a lot of blood.
Dinah: What's wrong?
Shayne: I was just having a dream.
Dinah: It was about Lara, wasn't it?
Josh: Well, don't let anybody in to visit her that you don't personally know and trust.
Shayne: Where are we going?
Dinah: We're going. We're going to give Lara a chance to be a dancer.
Edmund: My daughter will never dance. She's dead, and you killed her.
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