GL Transcript Friday 5/15/09

Guiding Light Transcript Friday 5/15/09


Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Tanya

Previously on "Guiding Light"...

Christina: I got turned down for my loan. So what, right? It's just money.

Remy: It's never just money.

Josh: All the nurse said was that they were given a note with my name and number.

Shayne: That is not Edmund.

Josh: That's Roc Hoover.

Dinah: I do believe there's a reason why Henryís here in Springfield. I do believe that.

Josh: Roc's in the hospital. I don't know how long Edmundís been on the loose, but there's a good chance he could be in the States by now.

Marina: You can sit somewhere in the back.

Dinah: Hey.

Marina: Hey.

Dinah: How's the food business?

Marina: It's all right, you know, people need to eat. How's TV?

Dinah: Oh, it's not good. Had to make some significant cutbacks lately.

Marina: That stinks.

Dinah: Yeah. It sure does. It's really tough, you know. I'm really trying to make people happy these days but life just keeps getting in the way, you know? I thought you were going to leave Mr. Henry with the baby-sitter?

Marina: I was. The lady seemed shady.

Dinah: Really? The women with the ten grandkids, she's a registered nurse.

Marina: Yeah, you know, it's always the little old ladies that surprise you.

Dinah: Chickened out, didn't you?

Marina: Okay, so maybe I did. Look, I've got new mother syndrome. I can't be away from that kid for, like, more than ten minutes.

Dinah: But you know what, sometimes that's not healthy either. They grow up, they get their own life, they forget about you.

Marina: Don't even talk about that. I can't think that far ahead. Have you heard from Shayne?

Dinah: Nah. No, I'm giving him some space, you know. I even turned off my phone just in case I was tempted.

Marina: I thought you guys were doing well.

Dinah: We're okay. We'll work it out.

Marina: Good. Good, I want you to be happy. You deserve that.

Dinah: Thank you.

Marina: Especially after all the happiness you've given me.

Dinah: Hey.

Remy: Is that your car parked outside?

Dinah: Yeah, am I blocking you?

Remy: No, but you left your front door half open.

Dinah: Oh, boy. I must have spaced. I'll be right back.

Remy: Watch out. You better watch out, little Henry, I got merchandise right here, real hip.

Marina: Don't drop anything on my kid.

Remy: He can handle it. He's getting big, aren't you there big guy?

Josh: You okay?

Shayne: Yeah. Sure.

Josh: Worried about Dinah?

Shayne: Yeah. Yeah, a little bit.

Josh: Go find her, talk to her, make sure she's doing all right.

Shayne: What are you going to do?

Josh: What I should have done in the first place, I think. Go tell the police, let them handle this Edmund situation.

Shayne: Promise?

Josh: Yeah, I promise. You don't have to worry about me, son.

Shayne: Yeah. You're not going to go tell the police. You're going to go check on Mom.

Remy: Hey, Dad. Yeah, it's me, any news on the investment? You still don't know who has your money? It's okay, Dad, it's all right, it's all going to work out okay. Okay, just call me if anything changes. All right, bye. (Sighs) Hey, man. Hey. What are you doing here?

Jeets: I thought you might reconsider playing some poker. Because hey, I never knew you to be the guy to walk away from an easy score. If you don't need the money, you know...

Jeffrey: Okay, pal, today we learn a new word. And it's called surveillance. Can you say surveillance? We're going to take you out for a little walk, okay. Going outside. A little father and son time. Now what could be more normal than that? Was that brown car there earlier? Daddy's going to memorize the license plate just in case. I'm not going to let anything happen to you or your mommy, you got that? I promise. But this is going to be our little secret because we don't want your mother to worry, okay. She's got enough to worry about. Okay, we want her to stay positive. Okay? Zip it. Here she comes. Hey.

Reva: I've been watching you two guys out here. What are you talking about? You seem so serious.

Jeffrey: What do boys talk about? Girls, right.

Reva: You just seemed a little wired.

Jeffrey: Yeah, well, I guess it's just too many games of peek-a-boo.

Reva: You don't have to pretend with me. I know you're nervous. Because I am too.

Jeffrey: I know you are.

Reva: I'm going find out today, get those blood test results back and find out whether or not I really am getting better.

Jeffrey: Well, when you came out here I thought that's what you were going to tell me, that you got the call.

Reva: No, no. They are taking their sweet old time. And I hate waiting for the call. So I have a suggestion. I think we need to do something to distract ourselves.

Jeffrey: Oh, yeah?

Reva: Yes.

Jeffrey: Well, what do you have in mind?

Reva: A cutthroat game of miniature golf. Come on.

Jeffrey: You know what? Why don't we stay inside.

Reva: Oh, are you afraid? You're afraid I'm going to kick your butt. You're afraid.

Jeffrey: Okay.

Reva: Okay.

Jeffrey: Golf it is.

Reva: Yay!

Jeffrey: Put your game face on, woman. Ooh. Or not.

Reva: What, you going to let a little rain stop us? Come on, let's live dangerously. Come on you old man. (Laughs)

Josh: Okay, look, I... I know Jeffrey is an expert in security because of his background. I get that. I know that I shouldn't worry about your mom. But I do. I just... I have the instincts too, you know?

Shayne: Good ones. You were right about Edmund the whole time.

Josh: I've just always known, with your mom, when she's in trouble, when she needs help. Same thing with you and your sister.

Shayne: Well, I'm going to be fine. Because Edmundís not going to fool me twice. And as far as checking on Mom goes, I'm going to help you.

Josh: Thank you.

Shayne: Thank you. You know, we're all very lucky to have you and those instincts of yours. We are.

Josh: It's a great thing being a dad. I hope you find that out for yourself one day.

Shayne: I'm going to give you a call if I hear about Edmund.

Josh: Okay.

Shayne: Okay.

Marina: Yeah, I'm sorry, sir, I will get your order in just two minutes. Okay, I just need to find my son's pacifier. I'm trying to multitask as best I can!

Dinah: Oh, okay, fill me up. I'm half asleep. I'm a space cadet. You don't look very happy.

Marina: No. Coffee coming right up, as long as you pour it for yourself. I need to get their order. Where's my pen? Where's my pen? I can't take an order without a pen.

Dinah: Right there. Right there.

Marina: Thank you.

Dinah: You know, I think you might want to break down and get yourself a baby-sitter. I can understand why you don't want to, he is a lady killer. He's beautiful just like most guys. You know what? I tell you, you go take care of the customers. I will baby-sit Henry, okay?

Marina: Are you serious?

Dinah: Yes.

Marina: Really, I mean I would be so grateful. I'll give you a whole pie to take home.

Dinah: That's okay. I don't eat pie, but thank you.

Marina: Oh, thank you. Oh, Dinah, thank you.

Dinah: Don't look at me like that. Don't you do it. I'm watching your back. Okay? Don't worry.

Remy: I don't gamble any more, remember?

Jeets: I got the line on some easy marks. All you got to do is play the game, fill your pockets with green.

Remy: I don't know, I don't know, man.

Jeets: I guess you don't need any extra cash.

Remy: You guessed wrong but I...

Jeets: But what? It's easy money, my friend.

Remy: Okay, all right, yeah. I'll call you. Hey.

Christina: Hey, yourself. I thought you had a shift today.

Remy: No, no. I switched my regular with a buddy.

Christina: Well, that works out perfectly because I have something to show you.

Remy: I hope it is a new teeny, tiny bikini.

Christina: (Laughs) It's even better. It's a glimpse of the future.

Jeffrey: You know, you drive a hard bargain.

Reva: Yeah.

Jeffrey: Can we at least negotiate?

Reva: No, no. The loser has to do all of Colinís laundry for a week.

Jeffrey: Wow. What does the winner get?

Reva: Let's see. The winner, the winner gets an extra 15 minutes of sleep every morning for a week.

Jeffrey: Oh, sleep, I remember sleep.

Reva: I'm going to go. Step back, step back. Here we go.

Jeffrey: Just a second. Do you breathe in before you hit the ball or do you breathe out or do you hold your breath?

Reva: I know exactly what you're doing.

Jeffrey: What?

Reva: You're trying to get me off my game.

Jeffrey: No.

Reva: You are and that's not going to work.

Jeffrey: I just want to know.

Reva: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay, baby.

Jeffrey: Hold it.

Reva: I need a hole in one. Wow! I told you! Did you see that?

Jeffrey: You're on a roll.

Reva: I am on a roll. Must be my lucky day, huh? I hope.

Jeffrey: Oh. What was that?

Reva: Why are you so jumpy?

Jeffrey: Well, there's a lot at stake, okay. I don't want to do laundry for a week, right?

Reva: Yeah, well, I have a suggestion. Why don't you take a few practice swings to loosen up a little bit and I will go get us some sodas.

Jeffrey: No, donít.

Reva: Why?

Jeffrey: Because I can't stand being away from you for even a few seconds, that's why.

Reva: You are being so weird. What is wrong with you? What the hell is wrong with you? What's going on? You keep looking around, like, like you're expecting to see somebody or something. What is it? (Cell phone rings)

Jeffrey: Looks like the results are in.

Reva: I guess so.

Jeffrey: You going to get it?

Reva: Do I have to?

Jeffrey: They're leaving a message.

Reva: I just didn't want to find out about the rest of my life like this. You know, standing on Astroturf, ready to sink a putt in a clown's mouth. (Phone beeps)

Jeffrey: It's a blinking envelope.

Reva: A what?

Jeffrey: A blinking envelope that lets you know that there's a message. I mean, how hard can it be to say yes or no. How long does it take?

Reva: I should get it.

Jeffrey: Reva, listen, no matter what happens, okay, we can fight this illness, we can beat this.

Man: Excuse me, did do you mind if we play through.

Jeffrey: Oh, yeah, no, sorry, yeah, of course.

Reva: I'm... I'm going to go listen this.

Woman: What a cute little boy.

Man: How old is he?

Jeffrey: Well, he's two-and-a-half months and... do you have children?

Woman: A beautiful little girl. She just started third grade.

Man: They grow up so quick. You really have to hang on to every moment, right?

Jeffrey: Right.

Woman: Life just goes so quickly. You just wish you could stop time.

Jeffrey: Yeah. Reva? What is it? Tell me.

Reva: I'm free. I'm cancer free. Jeffrey, I'm cancer free!

Jeffrey: Come here. Whooo!

Josh: Hello? Reva? Edmund? Edmund? This is not your job, Joshua.

Remy: Why are you being so mysterious? What's the big surprise?

Christina: Can't I spend time with my guy?

Remy: Yeah, but a picnic in the middle of the day when people should be working, it's just not you.

Christina: Well, I'm not working yet. So might as well try to have a little bit of fun. I can be fun, you know.

Remy: Don't start with me, girl. All right, so what's in the basket?

Christina: A glimpse of the future. But first, a taste of the past.

Remy: Is that your high school yearbook?

Christina: Yes. I got a notice for my next alumni weekend yesterday, and it sent me into a funk.

Remy: Oh, so are we here to throw this sucker in the river? Wait, you were President of the student council and Valedictorian and you were head of the Science Club?

Christina: Uh-huh.

Remy: And you were just as hot then as you are now. How did the other girls not beat you up?

Christina: I was on the track team, too. I was fast.

Remy: I guess the bigger question is, how did you end up with a guy like me?

Christina: Just lucky, I guess.

Remy: You were voted most likely to succeed and I was voted most likely to start a fight.

Christina: Yeah, well, not everyone is good at high school.

Remy: So where were you when I tried to explain that to my parents? I mean, is there anything you weren't good at?

Christina: Life.

Remy: Now you lost me.

Christina: I had all these plans. The five-year plan. The ten-year plan. And nothing turned out like it was supposed to.

Remy: Tell me about it.

Christina: You know, I thought I'd be in med school by now and instead I'm divorced, out of work with no concrete job prospects in sight.

Remy: Fun, I thought this was supposed to be fun.

Christina: We'll get there, we'll get there. Anyway I was really depressed when I got that invitation because it seemed like I was on the fast track to nowhere. And then I looked at my 15-year plan. Professional goal: Find a pediatric residency. Personal goal: Find a good man to spend my life with.

Remy: You got it all backwards.

Christina: That's the point. You know, I'm not where I want to be career-wise. But I finally got it right personally.

Remy: So when it comes to your personal goals, you're ten years ahead of the game.

Christina: I was always smart in the classroom and now I'm finally a smart girl out of it. And a fun girl, too.

Remy: Yes, you are.

Shayne: Hey.

Dinah: Oh my. Hi.

Shayne: I was so worried about you when you didn't answer your phone, I just thought... what are you doing with the baby?

Dinah: Shayne, this baby is going to be a part of our lives.

Shayne: I should have known you couldn't let this go. Why the hell can't you stay out of this?

Remy: Okay. All right, that's a bridge. No, no, it's a lopsided turtle. It's a...

Christina: This is my day care center.

Remy: (Laughs)

Christina: This is where the kids will play. And we will have snacks and lunch right over there.

Remy: Okay. You do realize you're going to need, like, tiny itty-bitty kids to fit in there.

Christina: This is a stick-figure model, okay. It's a dream. But soon it will be real and we'll be opening our doors.

Remy: I thought you were turned down for the loan.

Christina: I was. When you have a good idea you find investors. And I will. And how about you? Who was that guy you were talking to outside Company?

Remy: He's from another time in my life, a time before you.

Christina: I'm afraid to ask what you guys were doing out there.

Remy: He was actually trying to rope me into a card game.

Christina: You mean gambling?

Remy: Yeah, and easy money, too. And who wouldn't want that in this economic time? Quick score, I could be your sole investor.

Christina: What did you tell him?

Remy: I said yes.

Christina: I don't want that kind of money.

Remy: I know. I know and I changed my mind when I saw your face. You make me want to be better.

Reva: Okay, we're home.

Jeffrey: All right. Champagne, Mrs. OíNeill.

Reva: Oh, yes. Uncork that bottle, Mr. OíNeill. We have some serious celebrating to do. Oh, and get Colin a bottle, too.

Jeffrey: Okay. I can't believe it. We can finally start planning our lives.

Reva: Oh, hey, Jeffrey.

Jeffrey: We can travel.

Reva: Hey, come on.

Jeffrey: Okay, you know what? First champagne and then we plan. And then maybe we can take a victory lap around the neighborhood.

Reva: First bottle for Colin. We have all the time in the world, now, to do whatever we want.

Jeffrey: Oh my God, say that again.

Reva: All the time in the world.

Jeffrey: (Laughs) You know what? We should call... we should call everybody. We should call Cassie. We should call Hawk, or is it too selfish to want you all to myself?

Reva: That's a good selfish. You know what, thank you so much. This is all because of you. Because you coached me. You bullied me. You dared me to get better.

Jeffrey: Well, I wasn't going to lose the best thing that ever happened to me.

Reva: I can't believe it.

Jeffrey: Well, believe it, okay. Because we wrestled fate, and we won.

Reva: (Laughs) (noise outside)

Jeffrey: Are we expecting someone? Not that anyone would call ahead.

Reva: No, no, we're not expecting anyone though.

Jeffrey: Okay, you know what? I'll get rid of them, whoever it is.

Reva: Colin and I, we're going to play some hide and seek. Ha, ha, ha. Yes, little baby. Let's go play some hide and seek.

Jeffrey: Hey, Josh, what are you doing lurking around out here?

Josh: Where's Reva?

Jeffrey: Inside with Colin.

Josh: Look, I know I told you I'd back off, that I would give you guys some space. But...

Jeffrey: Edmund?

Josh: Yeah.

Jeffrey: Have you seen him?

Josh: No. He's been very quiet. That's what scares me. Look, don't tell Reva.

Jeffrey: Oh, no, no, I wonít. Not today. Today was the day she finally got her test results back.

Josh: What's the word?

Jeffrey: Two words actually-- cancer-free.

Josh: Well, how about that, huh? She did it. God bless her, she did it.

Dinah: What exactly are you accusing me of, spending time with the baby?

Shayne: Accusing you of nothing. I'm asking you why you can't stay away from this baby.

Dinah: I think it's your guilt talking right now.

Shayne: My guilt?

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: No, do not make this about me because I have made the decision not to claim this child as mine. My decision. And here you are baby-sitting him.

Dinah: What do you want from me? You were the one that took off without a word. I should be angry at you.

Shayne: Look at you. You can't let things go. And people warned me about this with you.

Dinah: Oh, yeah, see, if I could let things go so easily I would have never taken on your sorry butt and that chip you have on your shoulder.

Shayne: There you go. There... you know, you're making this so difficult for me.

Dinah: Really, this is just a huge party for me.

Shayne: I made my decision when I gave blood, okay. As much as I may want this child to be...

Dinah: What did you just say, what?

Shayne: I look at this baby, and I feel things. But I do not need a child in my life right now. Especially when he has two wonderful parents already.

Dinah: I think you're protesting a little too much, Shayne.

Shayne: You bring up this child every time you breathe. Do you know that? I don't know what that's about. Is it Mallet? Is this the only way that you can stay connected to him?

Dinah: Shut up! Shut up!

Shayne: Listen, I'm sorry that came out wrong, okay.

Dinah: You think an apology like that is going to make up for this and get you off the hook?

Shayne: No, I do not think that. Can we just please forget I said it because I didnít...

Dinah: Do you really think baby-sitting is my twisted way of trying to hang on to Mallet? I mean, after everything we've been through, you're going to accuse me of being in love with Mallet?

Shayne: No, Dinah, please listen to me. I am sorry, I did not mean to...

Dinah: No, you listen to me. You listen to me. Because this is about you, no one else. Although you're making it very difficult because you are self-destructive and you're screwed up. You're everything I've been trying not to be my whole life and in spite of all of that, I happen to be crazy about you. Or maybe I'm just crazy.

Shayne: No.

Marina: Hi... guys. What's going on out here? You guys need to, you know, set a good example for little Henry. He's very attached to both of you.

Shayne: Dinah, maybe. He doesn't even know me.

Marina: That's not true. He reacts every time he hears your name. Don't you, Henry, don't you? Thank you, Dinah, for watching him for a bit. It got so crazy in there. You've been a lifesaver. Let's go, huh? See you guys.

Dinah: Bye.

Shayne: Bye.

Dinah: Okay. I have to be somewhere.

Shayne: Hold on, hold on. I called you a dozen times, okay, listen to me for a second. Edmund's missing. He's escaped. We don't know. He could be back in town.

Dinah: I knew he wouldn't stay down unless there was a stake through his heart.

Shayne: Listen, let's just go back to your place and stay put until we know where he is, okay?

Dinah: No, I need to go. I can take care of myself, thank you.

Shayne: No, no. Dinah! I love you. I love you.

Remy: Your dreams are very important to me. I want to help make them real.

Christina: I just need to believe and let myself have new dreams. You know, I had the same set for so long it was hard to let them go.

Remy: I will do whatever I can to make your dreams come true, okay? Okay?

Christina: Okay.

Remy: Okay, okay, okay, okay. (Giggling) Oops.

Christina: Okay, now you owe me big time. You ruined my floor plans.

Remy: I will make it up to you.

Christina: Yes, you will. You will help me find my day care center building. And then you will stand on the street corners night and day, handing out fliers to drum up business for me. And I might make you wear a clown suit.

Remy: A clown suit?

Christina: That's right.

Remy: Okay, now that is tough. What do I get for my effort?

Christina: You get this.

Remy: Uh-huh.

Christina: And this.

Remy: Uh-huh.

Christina: And this.

Remy: Uh-huh. Did you hear that?

Christina: Yes, there's someone coming. Don't your parents walk in this park?

Remy: You know, we can be back to my place in 15 minutes.

Christina: No, no, no, no. I can't, I can't, I have to meet with one more bank investor before I'm done.

Remy: Are you... you can't leave me all wound up like this, no, I'm not going to let you go.

Christina: Listen, take a walk and I will make it up to you later.

Remy: (Groans) Fine.

Josh: Just tell Reva I'm really happy for you, for both of you. And I'll see her at another time.

Jeffrey: And Edmund?

Josh: Better go find him.

Jeffrey: You're going go look for him?

Josh: Yeah, I know, you don't have to say it. I'm just a lowly amateur. I get it.

Jeffrey: Josh, you're not a trained agent, but I know that you would do anything to protect Reva and keep her safe.

Josh: We're on the same side, Jeffrey, let's not forget that.

Jeffrey: I wonít. So listen, don't worry. I'm going to stick with Reva 24/7. If Edmund tries to get to her, he's going to have to come through me.

Josh: Okay, I'm going to alert Frank because we're going to need all the help we can get. I'll call you if I hear anything.

Jeffrey: All right. Josh? Thank you for everything that you've done for the three of us.

Josh: Just tell Reva congratulations, okay? No, tell her I'm glad that she's going to be around for a while to continue driving us all crazy.

Jeffrey: Reva? That was Josh.

Reva: Hey!

Marina: Hey!

Reva: How are you?

Marina: You guys, oh, Colin, hello. Look how handsome you are.

Reva: Yeah, we're kind of crazy about him, too. Let me see your little... oh, look at you. Those eyes, they're absolutely beautiful. So odd, he looks so much like Shayne when Shayne was a little baby.

Marina: Yeah?

Reva: Yeah, but you know they say that all little baby boys look alike, so. Yes, they do.

Marina: Well, who knows? Maybe these two are going to be the next catcher and pitcher for Springfield High, class of 2027.

Reva: Oh, well, you know, I would be going to the games in that case in my walker.

Marina: Oh, come on. Most 25-year-olds have nothing on you, Reva. You know, can I get some advice from you?

Reva: Sure.

Marina: Since you've been through all this before, I'm having a hard time letting go of Henry, you know, when it comes to baby-sitters.

Reva: Well, don't look at me. Because I don't intend to let him out of my sight until he's driving a car.

Marina: Oh, good, that sounds about right to me.

Reva: In fact, I just snuck out of the house to have a little alone time with him. It's hard to explain.

Marina: Well, except to another mother.

Reva: Very true. Touchť.

Marina: You know, we should really arrange a play date soon for these two. I think it would be fun.

Reva: That's a terrific idea. We need to do that. We'll set a date real soon.

Marina: Good.

Reva: Thank you.

Marina: All right. I think we're going to run home. We're getting a little tired.

Reva: You're just beautiful, you are, so handsome.

Marina: Thank you. Well, I will see you soon.

Reva: Have fun. Okay.

Marina: All right. Bye, baby.

Reva: Did you hear that. You got a buddy, you got a buddy.

Marina: All right, bud. Let's get you inside and ready for your bath. Mama's got a special bedtime story picked out for you. You're my little angel. Me and your papa, you make us happy. I love you. All right. Up.

Reva: Jeffrey? I'm never going to leave you, Colin. I'm never going to leave you. Mama's home now. Mama's home for good. Hi.

Jeffrey: There you are, I've been looking for you everywhere.

Reva: I'm sorry, I just... I needed to get outside, you know, just being cooped up in the hospital like that for so long, it was just...

Jeffrey: Are you all right?

Reva: Yeah, yeah, I just started thinking about how close I was to dying, you know. And I mean I was there, standing on the edge, staring death right in the face.

Jeffrey: Come on, come on, come on. You pulled through, you did it.

Reva: I know. You know what, babies... babies are the most precious thing in the world. And to think that maybe I wouldn't have been able to spend any more time with Colin, you know, I mean that...

Jeffrey: Oh, come on.

Reva: That made me just a little crazy, you know, because this is what's important. Spending time with Colin.

Jeffrey: Reva, everything's going to be all right now. All of our worries are over. Okay?

Next week on "Guiding Light"...

Remy: Found a body floating in the river. It's not responding to any C.P.R.

Natalia: I have feelings for someone else.

Father Ray: Olivia?

Alan: Bruno informs me that I'm missing a car.

Phillip: Why would James steal your car?

Well, I'm definitely interested, but I need to speak to Bill Lewis.

Daisy: Bill?

Shayne: Something that I needed to talk to you about.

Marina: We could always tell each other anything, right?

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