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Passions Transcript Thursday 9/2/99
 
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Kay: There's Simone. I wouldn't blame her if she never talked to me again.

Kay: Simone?

Simone: I'm not talking to you.

Kay: Look, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have slapped you.

Simone: Well, you did. Now leave me alone.

Kay: Simone, please understand. When you told my parents that Miguel was taking Charity to his house, I just lost it. All I could think of was that my mom will turn out to be Charity's aunt, Charity will stay in Harmony, and I'll lose Miguel forever.

Simone: Well, I've got news for you, Kay. You've lost more than Miguel. You've lost your best friend, too.

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Miguel: Charity, did you hear me? I know who your aunt is. She's Grace Bennett.

Charity: Is it really true, Miguel?

Miguel: Yes. Mrs. Bennett's sure of it. Now you don't have to move. We can be together.

Sam: Grace, did you talk to your sister?

Grace: Not yet, Sam. Miguel's talking to Charity. Can you believe it? Finally, after all these years, I'm finally going to be reunited with my family.

Jessica: I'm so happy for you, mom.

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Faith: Charity? Charity, come out here right now! We're leaving.

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Sam: You see? I told you everything would work out all right. Honey, what's wrong?

Grace: I just got a chill.

Jessica: I'll get you a sweater.

Grace: Oh, no. It's not that, sweetheart. It's just I'm -- I'm suddenly afraid. Sam, the little girl I saw, the one in the light -- she warned me that there would be danger -- evil.

Sam: Honey, it was your imagination. You were tired. There was no little girl.

Grace: She seemed so real, Sam.

Sam: Well, she wasn't. Besides, you found your sister and your niece. Everything worked out fine, right? I mean, there's no evil here. There is nothing to be afraid of.

Grace: Ok.

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[Radio plays]

Timmy: Tabitha?

[Tabitha hums]

Timmy: Tabitha!

[Timmy turns radio off]

Tabitha: Hey! I like that music.

Timmy: Timmy's ears were hurting.

Tabitha: Lucky for you I'm in a good mood or more than your ears would be hurting.

Timmy: Do you really think Charity and her mother are moving?

Tabitha: Didn't you hear Faith? When I sent that howling wind after her precious daughter, she was petrified.

Timmy: Tabitha, your powers never cease to amaze Timmy.

Tabitha: Creating that wind drained the old battery. I'll have to recharge before I can go after Faith and Charity again. But wherever they move, I'll find them. And when I do, I'll destroy them for good.

Timmy: Nobody escapes Tabitha.

Tabitha: Oh. I just got the strangest feeling. Oh, no.

Timmy: What is it, Tabitha? What's that light? Are Timmy and Tabitha being pulled over by the Police? Tabitha: Worse. It's that angel -- the one who's been appearing to Grace.

Timmy: That little girl?

Tabitha: That little brat!

Timmy: But Timmy doesn't see anybody.

Tabitha: Well, she's there. As soon as I realized that she was back, I knew there was going to be trouble. She's been a thorn in my side for centuries. Here, Timmy. Grab the wheel.

Timmy: But Timmy can't drive.

Tabitha: Well, wing it! I need both hands for this. I'm going to get you! And I'm going to catch you and take care of you for good!

Timmy: Tabitha, stop!

Tabitha: Little brat!

Timmy: Tabitha, the light's too bright!

Tabitha: I've come this far. I'm not going to let you interfere with my plans!

Timmy: Timmy and Tabitha are going to crash!

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Beth: Your date sure is brave, Hank. I wouldn't let anyone lock me in that box.

Hank: I should have stopped her, huh?

Luis: Oh, she volunteered.

Beth: What do you think he's going to do now, Luis?

Luis: With any luck, he'll make Ms. Crane disappear.

Sheridan: Let me out! Somebody help me!

Young Sheridan: How will they breathe in there?

Man's voice: They won't. They're dead. Sheridan, you are a wicked, wicked, girl.

Young Sheridan: No. I'm not wicked. I'm not.

Sheridan: I'm not wicked! I'm not! Let me out. Let me out. Please let me out! Let me out! Let me out!

Mischa: You see! Bolt is strong! Lovely lady cannot escape.

Luis: Why didn't I think of that? Only kidding, Hank.

Hank: Yeah, right.

Sheridan: Let me out. Let me out. I didn't -- I didn't mean to do it.

Young Sheridan: I didn't mean it. I didn't mean to do it.

Man's voice: Yes, you did. You did.

Young Sheridan: No, no, no!

Sheridan: Open this box! Let me out!

Mischa: And now I, the great Mischa, will make lovely lady to disappear!

Sheridan: Help! Let me out! Let me out!

Hank: Oh, my God. Sheridan.

Sheridan: Let me out!

Hank: Open it, now.

Mischa: Huh?

Luis: Come on. Open it up.

Mischa: All right, all right, all right.

Sheridan: Please, let me out!

Luis: Hurry up!

Mischa: Yeah, I -- I must find the -- ah, yes.

Sheridan: Let me out! Please!

Mischa: It's stuck!

Sheridan: Let me out!

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Kay: You don't mean that, Simone.

Simone: Oh, yes, I do. Friends don't hit friends.

Kay: Look, I didn't mean to slap you. I swear I didn't. I was just so upset that I'd lose Miguel.

Simone: That's all you think about, isn't it? Your feelings.

Kay: That's not true.

Simone: "Not true"? You knew your parents were trying to find Charity before she and her mother moved away. You knew Charity was with Miguel. You wouldn't tell them, and you slapped me because I did tell them. You wanted to keep your mother from her own sister, who she's been searching for, for 20 years -- her twin.

Kay: Well, if her twin loved her so much, why didn't she find her? It was my dad who found mom's twin on the internet.

Simone: I'm sure she was looking.

Kay: For 20 years? She obviously didn't try that hard, now, did she? I can understand my mom's excuse. She has amnesia. But what's her twin's excuse? If she really loved her, she would have found her by now.

Simone: You don't know what her sister did to find her.

Kay: No, but I know what my mom's going through. And we've all been there for her -- me and my brother, Noah, and Jessica and dad. We're her real family. We're all she needs.

Simone: Are you saying your mom should never meet her own twin sister?

Kay: No. I'm just saying I don't see how it makes any difference whether or not she meets her right now.

Simone: What?

Kay: Simone, you know how I feel about Miguel. I love him.

Simone: He only thinks of you as a friend, Kay -- a buddy. And anyway, he wants to be with Charity.

Kay: Well, he can't be with her if she moves away. That's what I'm trying to tell you, Simone. I know that if I can get Miguel to myself for a few months with no Charity around, I can make him forget all about her. I know I can get him to love me.

Simone: And what about your poor mother?

Kay: Well, if Miguel's in love with me, then I won't care if Charity's not around. She won't be a threat. And then I'll help my mom find her sister.

Simone: How?

Kay: I don't know. I'll think of something.

Simone: You would do that to your mother? Make her wait months, maybe years to find her own sister?

Kay: Well, she's waited 20 years already. What's a few more months?

Simone: I don't believe you.

Kay: You could at least try to understand my side.

Simone: I don't understand you at all.

Kay: But, Simone --

Simone: Look, it's pointless. Either your mother has found Charity already or Charity is gone. Either way, what you did was wrong, and you know it. Don't you?

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Tabitha: Ah.

Timmy: Tabitha. What happened?

Tabitha: You're going to have to do a lot better than that if you want to get rid of me!

Timmy: Tabitha --

Tabitha: Shh. Be quiet. I'm trying to hear what she's saying.

Timmy: Who?

Tabitha: The angel. No! No. Charity and Faith are leaving town. I've seen to that. No, you can't stop it. I will not allow it!

Timmy: Tabitha, are you all right?

Tabitha: No, I'm not.

Timmy: Timmy will call 911. Can't -- no cell phone. Timmy asked Tabitha for a cell phone, but no.

Tabitha: Forget the cell phone! I've got more important things to think about.

Timmy: What did that angel want?

Tabitha: She wants to cause trouble. That's what she wants. Her mission is to protect Grace and Faith and Charity.

Timmy: And your mission is to destroy them.

Tabitha: That's right. That angel and I have been fighting a tug of war over those three for longer than I care to remember.

[Engine cranks]

Tabitha: Oh, drat!

Timmy: And Timmy thought everything was going our way, Tabitha.

Tabitha: It is. I've scared Faith into taking Charity out of town, so we don't have to worry about Grace finding them anymore.

Timmy: So you won, Tabitha?

Tabitha: That's right.

Timmy: If you won, then why is that angel back?

Tabitha: Good point, Tim-Tim.

[Tabitha sniffs]

Tabitha: Uh-oh.

Timmy: What is it?

Tabitha: I smell trouble.

Timmy: Ugh! Timmy thinks the town dump is nearby.

Tabitha: No. No, it's -- it's some electricity. Oh, things aren't going the way I planned.

[Engine starts]

Tabitha: Oh! We've got to get back to town as quickly as we can.

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Faith: Charity, did you hear me? Get off that phone! We have to leave right now.

Charity: My mom wants us to leave, Miguel.

Miguel: No! Tell your mom you don't have to move, Charity. I mean, Mrs. Bennett is your mom's sister -- your aunt.

Charity: I tried, but my mom doesn't trust people. She thinks people are out to harm us.

Miguel: Maybe if we can prove it. Hold on. Mrs. Bennett, can you say something to Charity's mom that can prove that you're her sister?

Grace: Oh, I don't know.

Miguel: Talk to Charity, please.

Grace: Charity, it's Mrs. Bennett. Your aunt, Grace.

Charity: You're really my aunt?

Grace: Every fiber in my being tells me so. Everything points to it.

Charity: But how do you know for sure?

Grace: Miguel told me that you saw a woman from the bus -- a woman that looked exactly like your mother.

Charity: Yes?

Grace: That woman was me.

Charity: You?

Grace: I was out walking. I remember seeing a girl on a bus stand up and run to the front of the bus. And I remember the girl, who must have been you, because she seemed so anxious.

Charity: Please turn around and see me! Please look at me! Please, I have to get off the bus. Excuse me. I have to get off the bus, please. You're my aunt? My mom's twin sister?

Faith: Charity, hang up that phone. We have to leave right now!

Charity: But, mom --

Faith: No! We will talk in the car!

Charity: No, we're not going! I'm talking to your sister.

Faith: What?

Charity: She's Grace Bennett, and she lives in Harmony. Hmm?

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[Whistles]

Sheridan: Open this box!

Luis: Damn! It's stuck!

Sheridan: Let me out! Let me out!

Hank: Sheridan, hang on, ok? Don't panic. We'll get you out.

Sheridan: Somebody help me! I didn't mean it. I didn't mean it.

Young Sheridan: I didn't mean it. I didn't mean to do it.

Man's voice: Yes, you did. You did.

Young Sheridan: No, no, no!

Sheridan: I didn't mean to do it. I didn't mean to do it. I'm sorry.

Beth: What is she saying?

Hank: It sounds like she's saying she didn't mean it. We'll get you out, Sheridan. Just try and stay calm.

Luis: I can't get this damn lock open.

Hank: To hell with it. We'll lift up the door and break it off. You take this side.

Mischa: Is no use. Box is made very strong. Cannot open without bolt being taken out.

Luis: Well, there's got to be a trap door or some way to escape.

Mischa: No.

Luis: Well, that's pretty damn stupid.

Mischa: Well, it always work before!

Hank: Well, it's not working now!

Luis: Look, the only way we're going to get this thing open is with an ax.

Fred: There's an ax in the firebox in the kitchen.

Mischa: Oh.

Sheridan: I didn't mean it!

Luis: Sheridan, I know you're scared. It's Luis.

Sheridan: Please let me out!

Luis: Calm down.

Sheridan: I didn't mean it.

Luis: I'll get you out. I promise. I'll get you out.

Sheridan: You have to believe me. I didn't mean it. I didn't mean it. You have to believe me. I didn't mean it.

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Simone: What you did was wrong, Kay. Admit it. You lied to your own mother.

Kay: Well, if my mom's not Charity's aunt, then I didn't lie, right?

Simone: Well, she'll never find out because you were too selfish to help her.

Kay: All right. What I did was wrong. I admit it. I'll never do it again.

Simone: I hope not.

Kay: I'm not a bad person, Simone. You know that, don't you? You don't think I'm a bad person, do you, Simone?

Simone: No. Of course not.

Kay: Look, we've been friends since we were little kids. I've always been there for you, haven't I?

Simone: Yes. You've been a good friend, Kay. And I want us to stay friends. It's just --

Kay: What?

Simone: You've got a real problem when it comes to guys.

Kay: No, I don't.

Simone: Yes, you do. I mean, look at all the crazy things you've done to get Miguel. The Harmony hunk contest, lying to your own mother to get rid of Charity --

Kay: Well, I just want a chance with him.

Simone: There are other guys, Kay.

Kay: Like who? Reese? He's a nerd. And besides, even he didn't pay attention to me when I had braces on my teeth. What did Jessica used to call me -- metal mouth?

Simone: You called Jessica names, too.

Kay: Well, she deserves it for the way she tortures me. But Miguel -- he's always been nice to me, no matter what I looked like. That's why I joined the softball team -- to be near him. But it backfired and he just thinks of me as a friend. His first baseman. I want him to think of me as a woman. I want him to take me to the prom this year. I am sick of going to dances alone. I want to walk in on Miguel's arm and show everybody that I am just as good as anyone else. I want to show the world that someone can love me, too. Is that too much to ask?

Simone: No. And I hope it really does happen.

Kay: Thanks, Simone.

Simone: I just don't want to see you get hurt or see you hurt other people for some guy. I'm telling you this because I care about you.

Kay: Does that mean you forgive me for slapping you?

Simone: I guess I have to because we're best friends.

Kay: Thanks, Simone.

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Charity: Mom, your sister's on the phone. Talk to her.

Faith: No.

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Sam: Grace, what's going on?

Grace: I'm not sure. I think Charity's trying to convince Faith to talk to me.

Jessica: What if she won't? Then what?

Grace: No, she has to. After all I've been through, I'm not going to lose her now.

Charity: Mom, please. You talked to Mrs. Bennett before, remember? You said you liked her.

Faith: Yeah, she did seem nice on the phone. She almost seemed like an old friend.

Charity: You were talking to your sister -- the one you haven't seen in 20 years.

Faith: Grace.

Charity: Talk to her. Please.

Faith: What if it isn't my sister? What if it's the forces of evil at work?

Charity: Mom, Miguel wouldn't lie to me. He says Mrs. Bennett is your sister, and I trust him. So talk to her.

Sam: Grace, what is it?

Grace: Faith still won't talk to me.

Faith: What if it's a trick? What if it's them?

Charity: Mom, I know you're afraid of evil. But didn't you always say that if we could just find your sister, she could help us fight that evil?

Faith: We would be stronger together.

Charity: So here's your chance -- our chance to be happy, to live like normal people, not have to move anymore. If we're all together, the evil can't hurt us, right?

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Luis: All right, give me that. Stand back.

Hank: Wait. Wait, wait. Sheridan, you're going to hear a loud noise. Don't be frightened. We're going to get you out.

Sheridan: I didn't mean it! You have to believe me! I didn't mean it! I didn't mean it. It wasn't my fault. It wasn't my fault. It wasn't my fault.

Hank: Of course, it wasn't.

Sheridan: It wasn't my fault.

Luis: All right. She's in shock. Get some damp rags. Ok. Oh. Ok, you're safe now. Everything's going to be ok.

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Kay: I know my mom didn't find Charity at Miguel's.

Simone: How?

Kay: I talked to my dad on the phone, and he said they just missed her. Miguel took Charity home on his motorcycle. But my dad said they were going to try to find out where Charity lives.

Simone: Maybe they have.

Kay: No, I know they haven't, because if they had, Jessica would be doing cartwheels all the way down here just to rub it in my face. But she's not here, so I won.

Simone: And your mother lost.

Kay: I told you, once I have Miguel, I'll help my mom find her sister. Look, in the meantime, I need your help.

Simone: For what?

Kay: To get Miguel, of course.

Simone: I thought you were so sure that once Charity was gone you could get Miguel, no problem.

Kay: Well, I can, but it's not that easy. Guys don't always know what's best for them. Sometimes they need a little push.

Simone: Oh, and I would know nothing about that.

Kay: I know. You're hopeless with guys.

Simone: Thanks.

Kay: That's where I come in. Once you help me get Miguel, I'll help you find a cute date for the prom. Simone: Oh, really? And just how are you going to do that? No, I don't think I want to know.

Kay: Picture this, Simone. You and I walk in the prom with the two hottest guys in the school. All the other girls are going to be sick with envy. Won't it be great?

Simone: You never give up, do you?

Kay: Nope. Adios, Charity.

Hola, Miguel.

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Charity: Mom, please trust me. Talk to your sister. Please. For me.

Faith: Hello?

Grace: Faith?

Faith: Yes.

Grace: It's me, Grace, your sister. Faith, are you there?

Faith: Is this a trick? Are you with them?

Grace: "Them"? I don't know what you mean, but I swear this is not a trick. I swear on my children's life. I mean, I know I'm your sister. You sent me that picture on the internet. We look exactly alike.

Faith: How do I know you're not just saying that?

Grace: Faith, I wish I could remember anything from our past to convince you, but I can't. My husband, Sam -- he rescued me from a fire 20 years ago, and I don't remember anything before that. But believe me, I'm telling the truth. I am your sister.

Faith: I want to. But I'm afraid.

Grace: But you sounded so certain when we were on the computer. What happened?

Tabitha: [Disguised voice] Hello, Faith.

Faith: What?

Tabitha: You thought you could run away from me.

Faith: It's you! Agh!

Tabitha: Of course it's me. And I'm going to get you. And then your daughter.

Faith: I was deceived.

Tabitha: Knock, knock.

Sam: Tabitha.

Tabitha: Hello, everyone. What's going on?

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Luis: Sheridan?

Sheridan: It wasn't my fault.

Luis: No.

Sheridan: It wasn't my fault. It wasn't my fault.

Beth: Why does she keep saying that?

Luis: I don't know. It's ok. You're safe now.

Hank: How is she?

Luis: Shaky. Drink this.

Hank: I never should have let her get in that box. Sheridan?

Sheridan: I didn't mean it. It wasn't my fault.

Hank: Of course it wasn't your fault.

Luis: No. The lock was broken. You had nothing to do with it.

Sheridan: Yes, I di-- what are you doing here? You weren't there that night.

Luis: What night?

Hank: She's dis-- she's disoriented. Sheridan? We're outside the Lobster shack. There was an accident. You were locked in the magician's box.

Sheridan: I want to go home.

Hank: Of course. I'll take you home.

Luis: Wait. What did you mean?

Sheridan: "Mean"?

Luis: Yeah, you kept saying that it wasn't your fault, that you didn't mean it. Mean what?

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Tabitha: Has something happened?

Miguel: Mrs. Bennett found her sister. And guess what. Her sister's Charity's mother.

Tabitha: Uh -- unbelievable.

Miguel: And that's who she's talking to right now. It's really a miracle, don't you think?

Tabitha: Oh.

Miguel: Are you ok, Tabitha?

Tabitha: Oh, yeah. Just ducky.

Faith: Oh, no.

Grace: Faith, what is it?

Faith: I suddenly got a bad feeling, like a shadow walked over my grave. I have to hang up.

Grace: Faith, no --

Faith: I'm afraid. I can't talk to you anymore.

Charity: Mom, no.

Grace: Faith. Faith, don't. Please.

Faith: What's wrong? Are you sick?

Grace: No, it's just I -- ahem -- I cough when I'm too nervous.

Faith: Oh, my God.

Grace: What is it?

Faith: When Grace was a little girl, she always coughed when she was nervous. It's you. It's really you, my sister, Grace.

Grace: Thank God. She believes me.

[ Sniff ] You know me.

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Sheridan: Hank, take me home.

Luis: You said something about "that night." Now, what night? What happened?

Sheridan: I don't know what you're talking about.

Luis: Well, something must have upset you. You kept repeating it over and over, that you didn't mean it, it wasn't your fault. That is what she said, right, Beth?

Beth: Yeah.

Hank: Back off, Luis.

Luis: Look, I'm just looking for answers.

Hank: Well, stop playing cop. Sheridan's had a rotten experience, and she wants to go home.

Luis: Look, it sounded like you think that you were being blamed for something that you didn't do. Now, what is it?

Sheridan: Leave me alone!

Hank: Damn it, Luis, you're upsetting her!

Luis: I'm just trying to find out what she was accused of.

Hank: Well, whatever it was, it wasn't her fault, ok?

Luis: Well, maybe not. But you think it was, don't you?

Sheridan: I don't have to explain myself to you.

Hank: Come on.

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Faith: Grace, I'll tell you everything tomorrow.

Grace: Tomorrow? I thought Sam and I could come over to Castleton tonight.

Faith: I know you're anxious to have all your questions answered about your past, and I will answer them for you. It's just -- I'm exhausted. And I don't think you should travel at night. I know it sounds crazy, but there's too much evil.

Grace: Actually, I was warned about that, too.

Faith: You were? How?

Grace: A little girl appeared to me several times.

Faith: Was she surrounded by white light?

Grace: Yes.

Faith: And what did she tell you?

Grace: She told me that momentous things were going to happen, but she also warned me about evil and danger. Everyone told me that I was dreaming, that it was my imagination.

Faith: It wasn't your imagination, Grace. She's real. She's been protecting us for years. She's an angel.

Grace: An angel?

Faith: I'll tell you more about it when we meet.

Grace: Are you certain you don't want me to come over there now?

Faith: No. It isn't safe. Wait until tomorrow. I couldn't bear it if anything happened to you. After all these years, I want the first time I see you to be special, perfect. I don't want anything to diminish the joy. Can you understand?

Grace: Yes. But nothing would diminish the joy of finally being reunited with my twin. You are going to stay now, right? You're not going to move away?

Faith: No. We'll move our things back into the house. And we'll finally be reunited tomorrow.

Grace: The angels have finally brought us together. Nothing will keep us apart now.

Tabitha: I really must go home now, Sam.

Sam: Well, aren't you going to stay and congratulate Grace, Tabitha?

Tabitha: You do it for me, Sam. I'm -- I'm just so overcome with happiness.

Jessica: This is so cool! Charity is my cousin.

Miguel: And Kay's cousin. I mean, when she gets home, she'll find out.

Jessica: Why wait? I'll find her and tell her. It'll be my pleasure.

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Charity: I'm so happy, mom. Nothing can go wrong for us now.

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Timmy: Down, Fluffy! Down!

Tabitha: Timmy!

Timmy: Tabitha? You have to get rid of that cat. He ripped Timmy's favorite lounging jacket.

Tabitha: Oh, forget the cat! Grace is talking to Faith right now. They know they're sisters.

Timmy: Does that mean Faith and Charity are staying?

Tabitha: That's right.

Timmy: Oh, no! Now what do Timmy and Tabby do?

Tabitha: I have to destroy Faith and Charity before dawn.

Timmy: But how? You said your powers were too weak after sending that wind into Faith's house.

Tabitha: Time to instigate emergency measures.

Timmy: What does that mean?

Tabitha: It means I have to go down to the basement.

Timmy: No!

Tabitha: I have no choice, Timmy.

Timmy: But, Tabitha, you said you were afraid of what's down there.

Tabitha: I am! But it's the only way I can get my powers back to peak force tonight. This is a fight to the finish, Timmy. If I don't crush Faith and Charity, they'll crush me!

Timmy: No, Tabby, no!

Tabitha: Now, let go! And whatever you hear or whatever you smell, don't open the door. Understand?

Timmy: Ok, Tabby. Good luck.

Tabitha: All the past centuries are but a prologue to this night, Timmy. Everything I've fought for will come to a head tonight. Well, into the breach, Tim-Tim.

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Beth: It must be awful to have claustrophobia.

Luis: Claustrophobia?

Beth: Yeah, like Sheridan Crane.

Luis: No, I don't think she has claustrophobia.

Beth: Well, you saw how she reacted, Luis.

Luis: Well, look, by her age, if someone was claustrophobic, they wouldn't get into a confined space like that box, right?

Beth: Yeah. Well, I didn't think of it that way. Maybe she just didn't want to back down in front of you and Hank.

Luis: Yeah. Well, whatever her reason, I find it very interesting.

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Hank: I'm sorry about Luis. It's the cop in him, you know? He hears words like "I didn't mean it" and "it's not my fault," and he naturally assumes a crime's been committed.

Sheridan: Did I say anything else when I was in that box?

Hank: Just a few things like Luis mentioned, about "that night" and "you have to believe me."

Sheridan: Anything else?

Hank: No. This has been a hell of a night for you. It's not exactly the first date I had in mind. I'd like to make it up to you, though. What do you say for dinner next weekend? Sheridan? You ok?

Sheridan: I should have never come back.

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Kay: I knew once Charity was gone, I'd get Miguel.

Simone: You don't have him yet.

Kay: I will. I have a plan.

Simone: I always get a chill when you say that.

Kay: No, no. This is a good one. Ok. First I'm going to quit the softball team.

Simone: But why? Isn't that a good excuse to be near Miguel?

Kay: No, because he still thinks of me as his first baseman. I want him to start thinking of me as his woman. Then I'll "win" some tickets to a movie. Miguel loves movies, especially scary ones. So I'll pick a real scary one, and then I'll act so scared, and he'll have to put his arm around me to protect me because that's the kind of guy Miguel is. And then --

Jessica: Did I hear the name Miguel?

Kay: What are you doing here, brat face?

Jessica: I knew I'd find you here.

Kay: What are you grinning about?

Jessica: I have some very good news.

Kay: You're taking the first space shuttle back to Mars and you're never coming back?

Jessica: Cute. Miguel thinks it's good news. And so do mom and dad. They're at home ready to celebrate.

Kay: Well, why don't you just tell me the good news and leave.

Jessica: We have a new cousin. Her name is Charity. Isn't that wonderful? Miguel is so happy.

Kay: No! Oh!

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Faith: I will see you tomorrow, Grace.

Grace: I can't wait.

Charity: No, don't hang up. I want to talk to Miguel first.

Faith: Oh, Charity says don't hang up. She wants to talk to Miguel.

Grace: Of course. Miguel?

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Faith: I'm going to go get some stuff from the car.

Charity: Ok.

Miguel: Charity?

Charity: Just a minute, Miguel. So we're really staying, mom?

Faith: Yes. After tonight, we don't have to worry about the forces of evil anymore. With the help of my sister, I'll be strong enough to fight them. And you helped me find her. Thank you, sweetheart. Oh.

Charity: Miguel?

Miguel: Is everything all right?

Charity: Yeah. I've never seen my mom so happy, ever.

Miguel: I told you it would all work out -- that we'd get our miracle.

Charity: Yeah, you did.

Miguel: Now we can be together. Nothing's going to keep us apart, Charity.

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Sam: Oh, I'm so happy for you, sweetheart. Grace, what's wrong?

Grace: Oh, I'm fine. It's wonderful. I finally found my sister. It's just -- I saw the little girl again, Sam, in the Church.

Sam: The little girl? I mean, the one that you think you saw before?

Grace: No, I saw her, Sam, and she told me that tonight would change my life, and it has, but she also was warning me.

Sam: About what?

Grace: I don't know, but she said I would need great courage and that I couldn't give in or that everything would be lost for me and my family.

Sam: Well, obviously, she is wrong. I mean, you have found your sister tonight. That is the most beautiful thing.

Grace: Yeah, you're right. I guess I'm just being silly. Nothing bad could happen tonight.

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Timmy: Timmy's scared.

Tabitha: So's Tabitha. But it's the only way I can destroy Faith and Charity tonight.

Timmy: Oh. What's that smell, Tabby?

Tabitha: Sulfur.

Timmy: Tabitha, don't go down there!

Tabitha: There's no turning back now, Timmy. I'm coming down.

Timmy: Timmy wouldn't want to be Faith or Charity tonight.

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