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Passions Transcript Tuesday 5/22/01
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Provided by Stephanie
Proofread by Ebele and Elissia
Jessica: Do you believe all these crazy clothes?
Charity: They're wild, aren't they? I mean, it must have taken her years to collect all these things.
Jessica: Years? Try centuries.
Charity: Well, I think it was so sweet of her to let us borrow clothes for the Sheridan and Luis's engagement party.
Jessica: Yeah, it was sweet, especially since every stitch we own went down with the house when it collapsed.
Charity: Honestly, Jessica, I don't even want to think about it, ok? I'm just really, really glad that we all survived that.
Jessica: Yeah. Who cares about a bunch of old clothes, anyway?
Charity: Exactly. Especially considering all the wonderful things that we have to choose from. You know, I have never been to an engagement party.
Jessica: Well, this one's going to be really cool because it's at the Crane mansion.
Charity: I know. I can't wait. And you know, secretly, Miguel and I are going to be planning our own engagement.
Jessica: Are you really going to get married to Miguel?
Charity: Well, actually, aunt Grace and Sam say that we have to wait until We’re 18. But we have pledged our love to one another and we know that we're going to get married, even if it's not official.
Jessica: That is so romantic. I think it's so neat that you're in love just like, well, Theresa and Ethan and Sheridan and Luis. Like my parents used to be.
Charity: Oh, come on. You know that aunt Grace and Sam are going to work out their problems, don't you?
Jessica: I hope so. At least I know there's nothing getting in the way of yours and Miguel's happiness.
Theresa: Come on! We don't have much time to get ready for Sheridan and Luis' engagement party. Can you imagine my brother marrying Sheridan Crane? A year ago, that would have seemed completely impossible.
Whitney: I know. So much has happened this past year.
Theresa: Including you and Chad and Ethan and me. I still can't believe I'm actually going to marry the man I have dreamed about my whole life.
Whitney: Well, I still think that you should tell Ethan the truth before you two get married.
Theresa: Whit, you sound like a warped C.D.
Whitney: Look, Theresa, I really don't care, ok? If Ethan finds out that you knew he was Sam Bennett's son and didn't tell him, he's going to be so angry and furious with you. You shouldn't have that hanging over your head when you guys get married.
Theresa: Look, I know that I have to tell Ethan the truth. I just -- I don't want to upset him. I will tell him when the time is right.
Whitney: Before you get married, right?
Theresa: Yes. Probably. And what about you? I mean, you keep putting off telling Simone that you and Chad are a couple. She still thinks that Chad's in love with her.
Whitney: Yeah, I know. It's because I'm worried about my sister's feelings. But it's a whole lot different than lying to the man that you're about to marry. Theresa, I'm telling you, you are playing a dangerous game and it's going to blow up in your face.
Miguel: Are you excited about the party tonight?
Luis: Well, I'd be a little more excited if anyone but Julian Crane was throwing it.
Miguel: Yeah. I mean, I know how you feel about the Cranes, but he is Sheridan's brother. And isn't Mrs. Hotchkiss co-hosting?
Luis: Yeah, exactly. Another reason I don't want to go. I don't trust either of them. But Sheridan wants to go, even if she is uneasy about it.
Pilar: You think Julian is up to something, don't you?
Luis: When is he ever not up to something?
Tabitha: There. Now, don't you look handsome?
Timmy: Timmy looks great in a tux. Wait till Charity gets a load of the new "G.Q." Model.
Tabitha: Timmy, we are not going to Luis and Sheridan's engagement party so you can impress Charity, who, incidentally, thinks you're a doll. No, we are going because the divining rod indicated that there is some object in the Crane mansion with enough evil power to destroy Charity and Miguel. So our mission tonight is to witness that evil when it strikes.
Tabitha: Tonight will be as exhilarating as watching the Bennett house break apart and sink into the ground. Wasn't that pure joy, Timmy?
Timmy: Timmy thinks it was pure creepy.
Tabitha: Nonsense. It was absolutely delicious. And I have a feeling that what happened to the Bennett house is nothing compared to what will happen at the Crane mansion tonight. All we have to do is find that mysterious object that will help us separate Charity and Miguel.
Timmy: Is Tabitha sure that if Miguel and Charity get married, she'll come into her full powers and they'll make -- make --
Tabitha: Make love? Yes, yes, I'm sure. And I'm also sure that if that happens, Charity will destroy me without a backward glance.
Timmy: What makes Tabitha so sure that the Crane mansion is evil?
Tabitha: Well, think of all the things that have happened there, Timmy. I mean, Grace found out that Ethan was Sam's son, which made her fall down the stairs and lose her baby, and now she blames Sam. And then Ethan found out that he was no longer a Crane, which means he has nothing -- no power, no money, not even a name. And when Sheridan saw a bloody corpse as a child, she believed it was Luis' father, who went to work one day to the Crane mansion and disappeared forever. Now, I mean, if you wouldn't call that a house of evil, what would you call it? And don't forget -- there are still secrets unrevealed, secrets that could disrupt people's lives and destroy their love.
Whitney: Ok. How do I look?
Theresa: Whitney, I think you better be prepared. Chad is going to take one look and propose on the spot.
Whitney: Theresa, don't be silly.
Theresa: I mean it. He's going to be all over you. So you better fill Simone in before Chad sees you and freaks. [Telephone rings]
Theresa: Excuse me. Hello?
Chad: Hey, what's up, Theresa? Yo, is my pretty lady there?
Theresa: Right here. Speaking of you know who --
Chad: Hey, how you doing, sweetie? You about ready?
Whitney: Yeah, I'm ready. It's just Theresa is giving me a hard time, you know? She wants me to tell Simone about us.
Chad: Well, she's right. I mean, Simone's got to be told. It's not going to be easy, but it's going to be a lot worse if she finds out from somebody else.
Whitney: Yeah. Yeah, I know. I just know that she's going to hate us both, especially me.
Chad: Well, she'll eventually get over it.
Whitney: Yeah, I know she will. It's just that I love my little sister and I hate that I have to hurt her this way. But she can't go on thinking that you're in love with her.
Chad: No, no, that ain't right. Whitney, look, if you want me to tell her, I will.
Whitney: No, no. I'll tell her. It's going to be better coming from me. I just need to wait for the right moment, you know?
Simone: Kay, are you sure this dress is going to look ok on me?
Simone: Kay, look at me.
Simone: What do you think?
Kay: You're going to look great. Really.
Simone: Really? Ok. Thanks. Ooh, of course, I guess it really doesn't matter what I wear since Chad only has eyes for me. Whoo!
Kay: Hey, Simone?
Kay: Did I show you what I ordered from this catalog?
Simone: Wow! This is so amazing.
Kay: Sexy, huh? Charity doesn't have anything like it. And once Miguel sees me in these little items, he's going to be like, "Charity who?"
Simone: I wouldn't count on it. You've tried every trick in the book, and
Miguel still loves Charity.
Kay: Yeah, well, he won't, not once I get him in my bed. I have a little premonition of my own -- Miguel and me, married.
Simone: Well, don't go around telling people that. They'll think you're nuts. Now, if you had said Chad and me or Theresa and Ethan, ok. But you, the girl who sold her soul to the devil, and Miguel? That will never happen.
Kay: Just wait and see, Simone. Just wait and see.
Sheridan: Well, how does my hair look?
Ethan: You look like a million bucks, as usual.
Sheridan: Thank you. And so do you.
Ethan: Well, looks can be deceiving. You know, growing up with all the money in the world, you always take it for granted -- well, at least I did. I never really worried about it. It was always just there. You know, just being a Crane, everything's taken care of. I never really thought about where I was going to work or live, but now, suddenly, I have to invent a whole new life for myself.
Sheridan: Are you scared?
Ethan: Yeah. Yeah, a little. But it feels good. You know, I -- I've had a chance to think about what I really want. And I know whatever I achieve, I'll be my own man.
Sheridan: I'm sure you'll be just fine.
Ethan: I hope so. But the first order of business -- well, after I get a job -- is to try to find an apartment. But it's not going to be easy because we don't have much money.
Sheridan: Well, I can help if you'll let me.
Ethan: Thank you, but I need to do this on my own. The hard part is I have to find it quick. I mean, we're going to be walking down the aisle soon. I need a place to put my bride.
Sheridan: She'll be happy in a one-room shack so long as she's with you.
Ethan: Well, I hope so. So, what about you? You're going to have to find a new place, too, once you and Luis get married. He sure is not going to live on Crane property.
Sheridan: You're right. And he's definitely not going to want to live in a place that he can't afford. I guess there are a lot of things that I'm going to deal with that I never thought about before. I just love Luis so much. I'm sure there's nothing I can't handle.
Miguel: Luis, why did you accept Julian's invitation if you think he's up to something?
Luis: Well, like I said, Sheridan wants to go to the party, so I'm going.
Pilar: I know, but you did say that she was uneasy, too.
Luis: Well, she knows her brother. She'd be crazy if she wasn't uneasy.
Miguel: But Julian must be happy for Sheridan or why would he be throwing this party?
Luis: Yeah. That's a good question since the guy doesn't like me at all. But there's nothing he can do. Sheridan and I love each other and we have a great relationship.
Pilar: Just be careful, son. Julian is a very clever man, and there's no telling what he might try to do.
Luis: I know, mama. I've been suspicious of Julian Crane from the day papa disappeared. I'll never trust that guy.
Miguel: Do you think Julian would try to break you and Sheridan up?
Luis: Well, I'm sure he's working his pea brain overtime trying to figure something out. There's no way they can break me and Sheridan up. We love each other, we trust each other, we have no secrets. So Julian and Alistair can huff and puff all they want. It's not going to do any good.
Miguel: Well, I'm glad to see you're so sure of your love.
Luis: Thanks, Miguel.
Miguel: No problem.
Pilar: I don't know. It's just not like Julian to be so generous. There must be a reason he's throwing this party. He's up to something.
Sheridan: You know, I don't mind moving out of this place, but after tonight, I might not have to.
Ethan: Why not?
Sheridan: Well, because I'm hoping that Julian wants to get to know Luis, you know, so that they can get along. Wouldn't it be nice if Luis stopped being suspicious of my family, they stopped disliking him?
Ethan: That would be great, but don't hold your breath. I don't trust Julian's motives for throwing this party.
Sheridan: Julian and Alistair have always been against me being with Luis. But maybe now they just want to see me happy.
Ethan: I mean, that would be nice, but I know how they think. And Luis -- he still suspects them of having something to do with his father's disappearance. I mean, why would Julian and Alistair suddenly drop their objections to Luis?
Luis: Don't worry about it, ok? There's nothing Julian can do that Sheridan and I can't handle.
Pilar: Isn't that what mothers are supposed to do -- worry?
Miguel: I'm sure Luis knows what he's doing, mama. I mean, the Lopez Fitzgeralds are on a roll. You know, first Ethan and Theresa and now Luis and Sheridan. Charity and I wanted to make it a triple wedding, but the chief and Mrs. Bennett made us promise to wait till we were 18.
Luis: You and Charity?
Pilar: Mijo, you're getting married? I can't believe this.
Miguel: We love each other, mama. You know that.
Luis: Well, that's great that you're in love, Miguel, but Sam and Grace are right. You're way too young to be thinking about marriage right now.
Miguel: Well, I told you -- we're going to wait.
Luis: Until when? You're 18? Miguel, that's still too young. Come on, you haven't even really, really lived life yet or dated a lot of girls. Come on, just enjoy life while you're young.
Miguel: I can enjoy life while I'm young with Charity.
Luis: Well, how do you know that she's the right one for you, the one that you're going to spend the rest of your life with?
Miguel: I know. That's all. You know, I never stop thinking about her. And all I ever want to do is be with her.
Luis: Well, I'm not saying anything against Charity, but what about all those weird premonitions? I mean, she got dragged into hell, and you and Kay and Charity -- you guys almost died. Doesn't that worry you?
Miguel: Look, that just tells me that Charity is a very special girl, all right? And that there's never going to be another girl like her. I love her.
Luis: Well, that's great. But love at 17 looks a hell of a lot different than it does at 20 or 25. Miguel, your feelings could change.
Miguel: Not mine. I know she's the girl for me.
Luis: Ok. I just hope you're right. I hope you're ready to make a commitment to her for life.
Jessica: Well, one thing's for sure -- at least nobody at the party's going to be wearing anything like this.
Charity: Well, it's really beautiful, Jessica.
Jessica: It is, isn't it?
Charity: It suits you.
Jessica: Well, you look wonderful, too. So elegant and stylish.
Charity: Well, thank you. I love it.
Jessica: I just hope Tabitha doesn't mind us borrowing her clothes.
Charity: Well, why would she? She told us to go upstairs and pick out whatever we wanted.
Jessica: Yeah, I just hope she remembers that she told us.
Charity: Well, yes, she is a bit strange, but I really don't think she means any harm.
Tabitha (to herself): How wrong you are, Miss Charity. I wish you more harm than you can ever imagine.
Timmy: Oh. Doesn't Charity look beautiful?
Jessica: What is it, Charity? What's wrong?
Jessica: What is it, Charity? What are you seeing?
Charity: I see myself. I'm just wearing some kind of a strange veil. Wait, now I -- I see now. It's -- it's a wedding veil. I'm wearing a wedding dress. Jessica, I'm dressed as a bride. Well, that must mean that everything is ok, right? But the thing is that I don't see Miguel anywhere in that vision. But it must mean that I'm going to marry him, right?
Tabitha (to herself): Over my dead body, dearie. You're going to the house of evil tonight. And if all goes well, it'll be the last party you ever attend.
Simone: I don't know if I like that color.
Kay: I got a great idea. I am going to get Miguel to help me choose lipsticks. That way, he'll be on my lips all night.
Simone: Now, this I got to see.
Miguel: Luis, you know how sure you are that Sheridan's the right woman for you?
Kay: That's Miguel's voice.
Miguel: What about Kay?
Luis: I know you liked her a lot.
Miguel: Yeah. You know, I still do. I mean, Kay's a wonderful girl, Luis. You know, she means a lot to me.
Simone: Kay, we shouldn't be listening. Let's go.
Kay: No way.
Luis: So, is there a chance that someday you and Kay could be together?
Miguel: There was a time when I thought we might end up together. You know, but then Charity came to town and -- I mean, she's changed my life,
Luis. And the way I feel about Charity, I've never felt about any other girl.
Luis: Ok. Ok, I'm convinced. Well, I think it's time for me to go pick up the woman who changed my life.
Pilar: I'll see you later.
Simone: Come on, come on. Kay, come on. I told you not to listen.
Kay: Miguel only thinks he's in love with Charity. Once I get him to get me pregnant and we get married, I'm going to make him forget all about her.
Simone: Tricking a guy that way is so low, Kay.
Kay: Oh, low, schmo. Haven't you ever heard the expression "nice guys finish last"? Well, I intend to finish first.
Whitney: Theresa, I know you're tired of hearing me say this, but I wouldn't be a good friend to you if I didn't at least try to change your mind. Just tell Ethan the truth.
Theresa: I will, I promise.
Whitney: Ok. When?
Whitney: You're afraid that you're going to lose him. Aren't you? You think you'll lose Ethan over this, really?
Theresa: No. Look, I know that I have to tell Ethan that I kept the truth from him. But I'm not worried about how he'll react. Fate has been on my side from the beginning, and I know that fate is not going to let me down. Now, I am marrying the man of my dreams.
Whitney: Ok, well, if you're so sure, then tell Ethan as soon as he gets here tonight. You don't want to walk down the aisle with this cloud over your head, do you?
Theresa: All right. I will do it.
Whitney: You will?
Theresa: Yes. I will tell him when I find the right moment, just like you will tell someone.
Whitney: Oh, you know what? I give up.
Theresa: Whitney, I don't want to put a damper on Ethan's happiness. I mean, everything was just taken away from him. He lost his name, his fortune. It seemed like his whole world. But now, with Luis marrying Sheridan, he'll at least be related to a Crane again, so he'll have an in with the family. And I'm sure he'll be able to go back to work for Crane Industries and everything will be fine. It'll be so wonderful for him. Fate is smiling down on us, I just know it.
Ethan: You know Theresa's a big believer in fate and she always thinks it's going to go her way. But I know what it feels like when life throws you a curve.
Sheridan: Like finding out that Julian's not your father.
Ethan: Exactly. You know, I can live with not being a Crane, but I can't live with not knowing who e-mailed my mother's letter to the tabloid. I haven't even told you. Chad actually talked to the tabloid reporter that wrote this story, and he almost told us who sent it.
Sheridan: Really? What happened?
Ethan: Well, he saw me and Chad talking and clammed up.
Sheridan: Oh. Look, Ethan, it's over and done with. Why don't you just let it go.
Ethan: I can't. You know, I can't let this go, not until I find out who did this to me. And I know -- I know for a fact that my mother and Pilar knew the truth, but they wouldn't have done this to me. I just need to find out who else knew the truth. When I do, I'm going to destroy them.
[Theresa hums bridal march]
Whitney: Theresa, are you practicing walking down the aisle?
Theresa: Of course. I want everything to be perfect.
Whitney: You know, you've been practicing walking down that aisle ever since we were little kids.
Theresa: Well, yeah. I mean, haven't you?
Whitney: No. No, I've been practicing [British accent] my curtsy for when I win Wimbledon, thank you very much.
Theresa: Oh. Ahem. [British accent] congratulations, my dear Whitney, on behalf of the Queen.
Whitney: Thank you very much. [Normal voice] but, no, it's serious because it's going to happen someday.
Theresa: [Normal voice] I believe you. But tell the truth. I mean, haven't you ever imagined walking down the aisle to get married?
Theresa: Whitney? Where were you just now?
Jessica: Well, by now we all know that your visions usually come true. So how happy does it make you to see yourself marry Miguel?
Charity: That's the strange thing. I don't see Miguel in my vision.
Jessica: Well who else would you be marrying?
Charity: You're right. You're right. And you know what? I would never want to disobey aunt Grace or Sam, but if Miguel asked me to elope right now, I would.
Jessica: Elope? Oh! Charity, that is so romantic.
Timmy: Isn't true love wonderful?
Tabitha: Will you get a grip, lad? There's nothing romantic about what's going to happen to Charity tonight, believe me.
Timmy: What's going to happen to her?
Tabitha: Well, I don't know exactly, but I do know that the evil that will separate Charity and Miguel for good is in the Crane mansion somewhere. My divining rod proved that. And we, my little stuffed dumpling, are going to find the evil in that house tonight if we have to tear the whole damn place apart.
Timmy: Poor Charity.
Tabitha: Save your tears for us, lad. If Miguel and Charity ever make love, she will destroy us completely.
Timmy: Oh, Timmy keeps forgetting.
Tabitha: Well, please, try to remember. And concentrate on finding the evil that will rip Charity and Miguel apart because once we find it, that will be the end of them.
Charity: What will be the end of whom, Tabitha?
Pilar: My son, I cannot believe that you're old enough to be talking about getting married. You're my little boy.
Miguel: Mama, I'm a big boy now. And Charity and I are in love.
Pilar: I know. I know you love each other. But, Miguel, she's your first love. And your brother's right, your feelings could change.
Miguel: They're not. I mean, you and papa were young when you got married.
Pilar: I know, but we were old for our age.
Miguel: Well, that's how Charity and I feel. I mean, we both feel more mature than Theresa, and she's getting married soon.
Pilar: I know. Perhaps you are mature enough. I -- I just -- I can't bear the thought of all my children leaving me so soon. Getting married, starting their lives on their own.
Miguel: Mama, we're not going to go very far. You'll still see us all the time.
Pilar: Yeah. But it won't be the same. Who will I cook breakfast for? Who am I going to reprimand for not picking up their clothes? And who's going to lick the bowl when I bake a cake, huh?
Miguel: Look, when you bake a cake, just call me. I promise, I'll come right over to lick the bowl.
Pilar: Yeah. Well, you know, you mustn't keep Charity waiting, huh?
Miguel: Yeah, you're right. I got to go pick her up at Tabitha's. Good night, mama. Bye.
Pilar: Oh, my.
Kay: Ok. Miguel's leaving to go get Charity. I have got to go.
Kay: Well, I guess I'll see you at the Crane mansion, then.
Simone: You mean you're not going to wait for me?
Kay: I'm sorry, Simone, but I can't let him out of my sight tonight.
Sheridan: I was thinking about what you said with Julian and Alistair. And this is totally unlike them to do an about-face and throw this party for me and Luis.
Ethan: Yes. It makes you wonder what they're up to.
Sheridan: I don't know. But like Luis said, what can they do? I mean, only we can destroy what we have together. We're not about to do that because we love each other too much.
Ethan: Right. You know, maybe they're just being nice to Luis so he'll forget about investigating into his father's disappearance. I mean, you know how Julian and Alistair are about people looking into their private affairs.
Sheridan: Or maybe having lost you, they don't want to lose me, too. Because they know that if I had to choose between them, I would choose Luis.
Ethan: I'm sure they know that.
Sheridan: I mean, they must love me to go through all this trouble to throw a party.
Ethan: I'm sure they love you in their own way.
Sheridan: You know, they are my family. In my heart, I can't believe they would do anything to hurt me or to ruin my happiness with Luis. Because if they did and I lost Luis, I would absolutely die.
Tabitha: What, dear?
Charity: Well, I heard you say, "that would be the end of them," and I was wondering what you were talking about.
Tabitha: Oh. Oh, yes. Well, what I meant was that it would be the end of us, of me and my Timmy doll, if we didn't get to go to the party tonight. I have a feeling it's going to be the gala event of the season.
Charity: Well, it is going to be exciting, isn't it?
Tabitha: Oh, yes. I think people are going to be talking about this party for decades to come. And we'd hate to miss it, wouldn't we, Timmy?
Charity: Well, Tabitha, why would they be talking about it unless --
Tabitha, has anybody told you that something bad is going to happen tonight?
Tabitha: Something bad?
Charity: Well, yes. I was thinking about Theresa and Ethan's engagement party at the Crane mansion, and I just hope nothing goes wrong tonight.
Tabitha: Well, nobody's said anything about anything to me. But, of course, the Cranes are very rich. And I have heard that odd things do tend to happen at rich people's parties.
Jessica: Like when my mom fell down the stairs and lost her baby?
Tabitha: Oh, that was a terrible thing, yes. Oh, I hope nothing like that happens tonight. [Knock on door]
Tabitha: Hello, Miguel.
Miguel: Hey, Tabitha.
Tabitha: The lady's waiting for you.
Kay: Oh -- Tabitha.
Tabitha: Oh, sorry, dear.
Miguel: Charity, you look so beautiful.
Charity: Thank you. You look wonderful yourself.
Miguel: Thanks. Oh, jeez, you look really pretty, too.
Jessica: Thanks, Miguel. Well, it was sweet of Tabitha to let us borrow these vintage dresses, so --
Miguel: Yeah, they're really cool. You both look terrific.
Kay: Well, I think we all look terrific. Don't we, Tabitha?
Tabitha: Yes, yes. Quite so, dear.
Miguel: Yeah. You look really pretty, too, Kay.
Kay: Thank you.
Charity: Miguel, I had a really strange premonition.
Kay: Here we go again.
Miguel: What kind of premonition?
Charity: Well, I saw myself in this veil, dressed as a bride. But I was all alone. And why wouldn't I be able to see who the groom was?
Miguel: Charity, the groom's supposed to be me. I mean, who else could it be?
Ethan: I'll see you at the party.
Ethan: Luis. I was just leaving. Congratulations to you.
Luis: Thank you.
Ethan: So, it looks like Theresa was right. We're going to have a double wedding.
Luis: Yes, we are.
Ethan: Great. I'll see you at the party.
Luis: I'll see you there.
Ethan: All right.
Luis: How do you do it? How do you manage to look more beautiful every time I see you? Huh? How do you do it?
Sheridan: Well, haven't you heard? Women in love have a special glow. You look pretty wonderful yourself.
Luis: I am the luckiest guy alive.
Sheridan: I'm the lucky one.
Luis: Ok, it's a tie.
Sheridan: Tell me everything is going to be all right tonight. If you tell me, then I'll believe it.
Chad: Man, I've been in more tuxes since I came to Harmony than my entire life. Well, I really hope Whitney doesn't think this is lame.
Pilar: Hello, Chad. Please, come in.
Chad: How you doing, Mrs. Lopez Fitzgerald?
Pilar: Great. Look at you. Let me see. Oh, my, you look handsome. Come on in.
Chad: You think? Really?
Chad: All right. Yeah, I'm here to pick up my girl for the party.
Pilar: I know she'll be happy to see you.
Chad: Hey, let me ask you something.
Chad: I mean, do you think she's going to like this? This is one of the
wrist corsages. I mean, I don't even know if they're really hip anymore.
Maybe I should just toss it.
Pilar: No, don't. It's lovely. She'll love it.
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