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Passions Transcript Wednesday 10/10/01
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Sheridan: This is so kind of you.
Brian: I'm only doing what anyone else would do. So you can stay here for as long as you like, ok?
Liz: You have some nerve, Brian O'Leary, giving away my hospitality.
Hank: Luis, you all right?
Luis: Yeah. Hank, it's just that everywhere I go reminds me of Sheridan. I don't know how I'm going to go on without her.
Hank: I know it's rough, buddy.
Luis: It's just impossible for me to imagine my life without her.
Miguel: Charity, what is it?
Charity: I was just thinking about how Luis lost Sheridan, and it reminded me of what the tree said on Warlock Island. It said I could stop the storm as long as I gave up what I loved the most, which is you.
Miguel: Charity, you are not going to lose me. I love you.
Charity: But I can't shake the feeling. And I keep thinking that somehow Kay is mixed up in taking you away from me.
Tabitha: Oh. Did you find your sister yet, dear?
Kay: No, but I left a message for her to come here. I just wish my parents would hurry up and get here. I want to know what this family meeting is about.
Tabitha: Well, Sam didn't say?
Kay: No. But I think it's about family vacation. I hope it's Hawaii.
Tabitha: That would be lovely, wouldn't it?
Kay: Yeah. You know, I think that my efforts to be good are already starting to pay off. And I think this room could probably use some tidying up, so I will be right back.
Tabitha: Her attempt at being a good person will be completely forgotten when she hears Grace and Sam's news. Just you wait and see, Timmy. When she finds out that she's a bastard, she'll renounce all goodness and go right back to being evil.
Timmy: You mean, Kay will go back to seducing Miguel?
Tabitha: Right. And this time, she won't give up until she's succeeded. And Charity and Miguel will be finished once and for all.
Grace: I'm going to be so happy when we get to move in to our new house.
Sam: Well, it won't be long, sweetheart.
Grace: I just hope that Kay and Jessica aren't too upset when we tell them about us.
Sam: Yeah, me, too. But I think honesty is the best way to handle this.
Grace: Yeah, I definitely believe that. It's just going to be hard to tell them that our marriage isn't valid.
Sam: Well, I think once we tell them what happened, I'm sure they'll understand.
Grace: Well, Sam, how am I going to tell my children that there's a strange man that has come to town and it just so happens that I was married to him before I had amnesia?
Sam: Exactly like that. That's what happened. You had amnesia when you married me. You had no idea you were already married.
Grace: You make it sound so simple.
Sam: Well, maybe not simple, but a problem we can deal with. Once your marriage to David is annulled by the church, you can get a simple divorce, and we can get married again. Grace, this is what you want, isn't it? To marry me? Or do you want to stay married to David?
Miguel: Charity, I wish you'd stop worrying about Kay.
Charity: I can't. I can't help it. She's my cousin. I love her. But I can't shake this strong feeling that she's just waiting there in the wings to take you away from me.
Miguel: Ok, well, this time your strong feeling is just wrong. I mean, Kay and I have been friends since we were kids. And even if she did want me, it wouldn't matter. You're the only woman I'll ever love.
Charity: But I can't stop thinking about what the tree said. The tree said I was going to lose the thing I love most. That's you.
Miguel: You're not going to lose me.
Charity: But -- I've been reading up on the folklore about trees, and throughout the ages, they've been seen as symbols of truth and wisdom and honesty.
Miguel: Ok. Well, I have my own theory as to why you were having a conversation with a tree. I got it from a book.
Charity: "The Lord of the Rings."
Miguel: You did a report on the trilogy last semester, remember? I think you got so carried away with the magic in these books that it was in your subconscious when you got stressed out on Warlock Island. So you imagined the tree was talking to you.
Charity: I don't -- I don't know, Miguel. I have a really hard time believing that I was brainwashed by Tolkien.
Miguel: Charity, you have a fantastic imagination. It makes sense to me.
Charity: You're positive I'm not going to lose you?
Miguel: I'm positive. You're not going to lose anything.
Beth: Luis. Hey.
Beth: I was so sorry to hear about Sheridan. I know how heartbroken you must be.
Beth: Listen, if there's anything that I can do, please ask. Ok?
Luis: Yeah. Yeah, I will.
Hank: I know you're hurting, buddy, but Sheridan wouldn't want you to stop living.
Luis: I know. I should get on with my life.
Hank: You could try.
Luis: I will. It's -- it's just that I miss her so much. You know, I just remembered we had that conversation about you know when you find the right girl. Remember that?
Hank: Yeah, I remember.
Luis: And we both said that we would know when we found our soul mate. I found my soul mate. It was Sheridan. Hank, Sheridan meant everything to me. And she's gone now. She's gone forever. So what am I supposed to do? I mean, how do I get over that? How do I just go on with my life?
Sheridan: This is so kind of you. I don't know how I'll ever repay you.
Brian: Don't you worry about it, miss.
Brian: You just concentrate on getting your strength back, ok?
Sheridan: You don't have to keep calling me "miss."
Brian: What should I call you, then?
Sheridan: I don't know. I guess we'll have to come up with a name since I can't remember who I am.
Brian: All right. What's the first name that comes into your mind? First thing.
Brian: Diana. Ok. From now on, you're Diana.
Sheridan: I wonder why that name came to me. Maybe I knew someone named Diana.
Brian: I'm not sure. But I'm sure it will all come back to you very soon. Liz, I would like to introduce you to Diana.
Liz: Hello, Diana.
Sam: Grace, you do want to marry me, don't you?
Grace: Oh, Sam, more than anything in the world. And I want us to be a family again.
Sam: Good. Because I love you. I want our marriage to be as rock solid as this house we're building. I want us to be as solid as these beams, Grace -- together, inseparable, drawing strength from each other.
Grace: Well, that's how I've always seen our marriage -- strong and stable.
Sam: Well, nothing's changed. Just a few bumps in the road. Makes a marriage stronger.
Sam: Our names will be there together forever in the strength of this house.
Grace: Always together.
Sam: Yeah. Let's go talk to the girls. We'll talk to Charity when she gets home.
Grace: Yeah, and got to call Noah, too.
Sam: Yeah. As soon as everyone knows the situation, then we can start to deal with it. It won't be long. Pretty soon, our new home will be built and we'll be married again for real.
Grace: For real.
Sam: And our lives will be perfect again.
Miguel: I'm really sorry, bro.
Luis: Yeah. Me, too.
Miguel: You know, it's almost unbelievable what could have happened to you.
Luis: Yeah. I still can't believe it.
Charity: Hey, we have something to give to you. It might help.
Miguel: We put it together on the computer. It's all the pictures we could find of you and Sheridan. Kind of a history of your relationship.
Charity: We were going to give it to you as part of your wedding present.
Luis: It's really sweet of you two. Thank you.
Charity: I know how horrible the explosion must have been. It was horrible when I saw it.
Hank: When you saw it?
Luis: What are you talking about?
Charity: Um --
Miguel: It's ok.
Charity: I had a premonition of you and Sheridan on a boat, and I saw the boat explode.
Luis: My God.
Charity: We wanted to warn you, but we were on the island. We couldn't find a phone.
Miguel: And because of the hurricane, you know --
Luis: No, no, no. I don't think it would have mattered. I wouldn't have believed that something like that could have happened. The sun was shining, and the boat was perfect. Sheridan was beautiful. I don't think we would have given your premonition a second thought.
Doc: Well, how's our little mermaid feeling?
Brian: You're not -- you're not here to talk about more of your Bermuda triangle theories, are you? Because it was a little upsetting to Diana the first time.
Doc: No, no. No more theories. I'm just simply here to examine the patient again.
Liz: Brian, while doc examines the patient, why don't you come with me. We have a few things to discuss.
Brian: Ok. So, I'll be in the lobby with Liz, if you need me.
Sheridan: Thank you. But are you sure it's all right? I mean, last time he thought I was an alien.
Brian: Yeah. Don't worry. In spite of all doc's "x-files" theories, he is a really good doctor.
Doc: Don't worry. I just want to check you over.
Sheridan: Ok. But you're not going to start talking to me in that alien tongue again, are you?
Liz: What are you doing, Brian, promising that woman she could stay here at the hotel?
Brian: She has nowhere else to go, Liz.
Liz: I'm not running a charity here, Brian. Who's going to pay for her keep?
Brian: I will.
Liz: Oh, you will? And who is going to pay for all the bills with your name on them, Brian? Who is going to pay for your bills?
Grace: We were going to wait till Charity got here, but we decided that we could tell her later.
Kay: Ok. So, what's up?
Jessica: Yeah. What did you guys want to talk to us about?
Tabitha: When Kay finds out that her parents aren't married, she's going to go ballistic. And very soon, evil will reign again in Harmony, thanks to Ms. Kay Bennett.
Luis: Look at this one, Hank. We had such a good time that day.
Hank: I don't want to sound like a monster or anything, Luis, but you can't mourn Sheridan forever.
Hank: I just don't want to see you walking around like -- like those people dressed in black the rest of their lives, never giving up their grief.
Luis: Your concern, but I can't just suddenly flip a switch and be ok, all right?
Hank: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. I'm sorry. I'll stop bugging you.
Hank: I hope you don't waste away the rest of your life, my friend. Sheridan is never coming back.
Sheridan: Earlier you thought that I had been dropped into the ocean by an alien spacecraft. You weren't serious, though, were you?
Doc: Well, all of us on this island are from somewhere. We're all running from something, hiding from something, trying to get away from something. Why should you be any different?
Sheridan: You're all running or hiding?
Doc: In some way or another, yes.
Sheridan: And, you think that I'm from another planet?
Doc: Could you take a deep breath for me, please?
Sheridan: It's so strange. I mean, you seem like a good doctor.
Doc: I am. Another deep breath, please.
Sheridan: And yet, you believe in aliens and strange happenings in the Bermuda triangle.
Doc: Well, I'm not alone in thinking there are many unexplained things in the universe.
Sheridan: You really think that I'm from the planet Corlan and that I was the most beautiful female on the planet, so they exiled me to earth?
Sheridan: What's that?
Doc: Here. Look at these constellations and tell me if you recognize any of them because here is the planet from which you came.
Liz: I'm serious, Brian. You can't pay what you owe. How can you afford to take care of Diana's bills, too?
Brian: Look, Liz, you know that I'm good for it. Every time I go out to sea, I give you every penny I've earned. Don't I?
Liz: If the fishing's good, yes. But there are times that you come home empty-handed, and you know it.
Brian: I know.
Liz: Why you bother with those fishing boats, I don't know. I mean, with your skills and your knowledge of the sea, you could be making real money on those exclusive charter boats. There is no reason you have to stay on this island.
Brian: Maybe I like it.
Liz: Oh, then you're crazy. Me -- I'm stuck here because I bought this Godforsaken hotel and I know I'll never be able to sell it. And doc -- he's stuck here because he lost his license to practice in the United States after people found out about his theories on space travel. But you're not stuck here at all. You could leave if you wanted to.
Brian: I wouldn't say that.
Liz: Why not? What are you hiding from, Brian? Who are you?
Brian: Look, I am who I am. Nothing more, nothing less. What you see is what you get.
Liz: I don't believe you. I want to know who you really are, Brian. I think it's time you were honest with me. Why are you hiding on this island?
Charity: I just don't know what I would do if I lost you, Miguel.
Miguel: Charity, you are not going to lose me. What is it?
Charity: I just got a really bad feeling. Something's happening, Miguel. Right here in Harmony. Something that could tear us apart forever.
Kay: Ok. So, what's the story?
Grace: Um -- Sam, I --
Sam: Ok. I guess I'll just say it. David Hastings, a man from your mother's past, has come to Harmony.
Jessica: You know, that's the guy who rented the room at the B-and-B. Yeah.
Grace: Yeah, exactly.
Kay: He's from mom's past?
Sam: Yes. He knew her before her amnesia.
Kay: That's fantastic, mom.
Jessica: Yeah, he can help you fill in all the blanks. I mean, that's what you've always wanted, right?
Grace: No. This kind of comes in the "be careful what you wish for" category.
Tabitha: Ain't that the truth.
Kay: What do you mean, mom?
Jessica: Yeah. Aren't you happy that this man can tell you about your past?
Kay: Mom -- what's going on?
Sam: Well, what we're trying to tell you is -- um -- when your mother was younger, before her amnesia, before she met me --
Sam: Your mother married David Hastings before she met me.
Grace: Which means that your father and I technically aren't married.
Kay: What? You two aren't married?
Tabitha: Watch out, Timmy. Here comes the explosion.
Miguel: Charity, you're letting your imagination take over again. You have to fight it, ok? Nothing is happening here that's going to split us up.
Charity: How do you know?
Miguel: I just know. Look, I think that you should go home and get some rest. It's been a long day.
Charity: Yeah, it has. I'll just go back to Tabitha.
Miguel: We should say good-bye to Luis.
Charity: I feel so bad for him.
Miguel: So do I.
Charity: Miguel, I have the strongest feeling that Sheridan's not really dead.
Miguel: Charity -- I mean, they identified her body with her fingerprints and her dental records. She really is dead.
Charity: I know, but I still feel her presence.
Miguel: Well, I hope you won't say anything to Luis about it, ok? You'd get his hopes up, and that would be too cruel. He has to accept that Sheridan's gone.
Hank: You're still in love with him, aren't you?
Hank: I see the way that you stare at Luis. You're still crazy about him.
Beth: Look, right now I'm just worried about him, Hank. And I'm praying that God will give him the strength to get over Sheridan.
Doc: Are you sure you don't recognize any of the stars?
Sheridan: I'm sorry, but none -- I don't know anything about the stars.
Doc: Well, it was worth a shot. The Corlanian leadership obviously erased your memory before they dropped you into the sea.
Doc: Ok. Could you --
Sheridan: Oh, yeah.
Doc: Ok. No swelling, no broken bones, just a few bruises. Do you think you can stand?
Sheridan: I think so.
Doc: Let's give it a try.
Sheridan: Feels good to stand. I'd love to see what it looks like outside. Oh. The moon is so bright. I can really see how beautiful this island is.
Brian: So, since we're playing truth or dare, Liz, why don't you answer me a few questions. Why did you buy this little place on this little island? What are you running from?
Liz: You're not going to answer my questions, are you?
Brian: Are you?
Brian: Ok, fine.
Liz: Brian, I am not an ogre and I don't want to kick her out, but I can't afford another mouth to feed.
Brian: Oh, and you don't think that I'm capable of paying for her keep, is that it?
Liz: I didn't mean that. All right. All right. Maybe when she's better, she can help out around here. I don't know, do some housekeeping, cooking, something.
Brian: So you're saying that she can stay?
Liz: Like you said, she has nowhere else to go.
Brian: That's the goodhearted Liz that I know and love.
Liz: And that's the blarney you're so good at throwing around. I really wish I were tougher, you know. Hey, but maybe she will turn out to be a good investment. You know? Maybe she will be rich and her family will buy this hotel from me as thanks for taking her in.
Brian: No, no. There's no one looking for her.
Liz: You really don't want her to leave, do you, Brian? Because she's just like you. She comes from nowhere, knows no one. Running, like you.
Brian: We agreed not to ask each other anymore questions. We take each other at face value, all right?
Liz: Ok. But Diana is the only one here who really doesn't know who she is. I just hope when she finds out, it doesn't hurt her. Or you.
Jessica: This is unbelievable.
Kay: You two aren't married. You guys aren't married?
Timmy: Kay looks like steam is about to come out of her ears.
Tabitha: Isn't it wonderful?
Jessica: This must be so hard on you guys. I am so sorry.
Grace: Oh, thank you, sweetie.
Sam: Thank you.
Kay: But what happens now? How do we fix it?
Grace: Well, I ask the church to annul my marriage to David.
Sam: And then she'll get a civil divorce. And once that happens, we'll get remarried. No, wait a minute -- we'll get married for the first time.
Kay: For the first time.
Jessica: What's wrong with you, Kay? I mean, can't you even see how stressed mom and dad are?
Kay: Jessica, do you know what this means for us?
Jessica: No, of course I do! But think about them! Can't you think about but yourself for a change?
Kay: You're right. I was being selfish, and I'm sorry. Ok? I'm sorry.
Timmy: What happened, Tabby? Timmy thought Kay was supposed to blow up and turn evil.
Tabitha: I don't know. But if Kay doesn't turn evil soon, if she doesn't sleep with Miguel and break him and Charity up as I promised our friends in the basement she would, we're finished, dead.
Grace: Hey, it's really not such a tragedy, you know? I mean, I'm already getting excited about planning a wedding. I mean, both of you and Charity will be bridesmaids.
Sam: And Noah could be my best man.
Jessica: Oh, it'll be wonderful. We could have. We could have the reception in the back yard -- you know, a winter wonderland wedding.
Jessica: It'll be fun, wonít it, Kay?
Grace: Hey, you know, and we can put up lots of little white lights in the back yard and have a sleigh ride to the church.
Jessica: Oh, and you and Noah can wear little white dinner jackets. Oh! It'll be cool. I think everything should be in white -- you know, white flowers and white lights and white ribbons in the church. And, oh, God, canít you just see us walking down the aisle?
Kay: Yeah. Yeah, I have an idea. You and me and Noah -- we can all wear a big sign around our neck that says "bastard." Howís that for an idea? That would be good, right?
Tabitha: We're off, Timmy. This is what Iíve been dreaming about.
Brian: Diana, you're standing.
Sheridan: Iím much better. Felt like walking around. You were gone for quite a while. Is there a problem with me staying here?
Brian: No. No problem at all. You're welcome to stay here as long as you like.
Sheridan: Great. I wonder how long that will be. I mean, if I wasnít reported missing, then that means that no oneís looking for me. I mean, who am I? Where did I come from? Why isnít anyone looking for me? Donít I have any friends or family or --
Brian: Diana -- Diana, calm down. Ok? If no oneís looking for you, that just means that you fit in right here. I mean, come on, no oneís looking for Doc or Liz or for me. We're like a family here on this island. You're just like us. And now you can be a part of that family.
Sheridan: You really think of me as part of your family?
Doc: Brianís already become attached to this girl.
Liz: I know. And when she finds out who she is and leaves this island, I wonder how heís going to take it.
Doc: Leaves the island? None of us have ever left this island.
Beth: Poor Luis. Iíve never seen him so miserable.
Hank: Neither have I. You know, I always thought things would turn out differently for us.
Beth: So did I, Hank.
Hank: I never thought that Luis would fall in love with Sheridan. I always thought that you two would end up together.
Beth: Yeah. Well, I wanted it to happen. But when Luis and I were together, his family had to come first.
Hank: After his father disappeared, huh?
Beth: Yeah. And by the time Sheridan came along, Miguel and Theresa were almost grown, so Luis was free to start a relationship with Sheridan. You know, I just wish things had turned out differently.
Sam: Kay, thatís uncalled for.
Grace: Look, sweetheart, just calm down.
Jessica: You're being selfish again. You know, you should think about Mom and Dad.
Kay: Why should I, Jessica? We are already the laughingstock of the town. This is just going to be icing on the cake.
Grace: What are you talking about?
Kay: Mom, I canít even walk down the street without people pointing at me and saying, "There goes Kay Bennett. You know, her familyís nuts." Or "there goes Kay Bennett. Her cousin sees dead people." Or "there goes Kay Bennett. Her house was swallowed by demons." And now -- now they're going to be able to say, ďThere goes Kay Bennett, the bastard."
Sam: Kay, listen, thatís not going to happen.
Kay: Dad --
Sam: Kay --
Kay: That is it. I am through trying to be good. From now on, Iím going to do whatever I want and to hell with everyone else! Miguel is the man I love, and I swear heís going to be mine!
Second voice: Beware.
Charity: Did you hear that?
Miguel: What? I donít hear anything.
Charity: That voice saying, "beware"?
Second voice: Beware.
Charity: There it is again. Itís warning us, Miguel.
Miguel: Warning us about what?
Charity: I donít know. But somethingís being put in motion thatís going to hurt us. I can just feel it.
Luis: Good-bye, Sheridan. Iíll love you forever.
Sheridan: This is such a beautiful island, from what I can see.
Brian: It is. You know, maybe even after you find out who you are, you'll want to stay.
Liz: Oh, Brian. You could be setting yourself up for a world of hurt.
Grace: Well, I -- I guess maybe Kay just needs some space.
Sam: Yeah, we'll talk to her when she calms down. I mean, she knows that we love her. All we have to do is remind her of the love our family shares, and she'll realize nothing has changed.
Grace: Yeah, you're right. We'll just make sure she knows how much we all love her. She'll be ok.
Tabitha: Oh. Ooh. No amount of love will stop whatís being put in motion here.
Timmy: Kay was pretty mad.
Tabitha: Sheís furious. And sheís renounced being good and embraced being evil. Oh, she'll cause the kind of pain and suffering that no mortals can even dream of unleashing. Oh, Timmy, this is a great day! Kay will never let Charity and Miguel make love now. Charity is doomed.
Kay: Nothingís going to stop me now. Miguelís going to be mine no matter what I have to do. Charity be damned! As God is my witness, I will never be good again!
Charity: Iím not just imagining this, Miguel. I heard the voice saying "beware." Iím so sure of it.
Miguel: But I didnít hear anything.
Charity: But just -- just listen, ok? Listen.
Second voice: Beware.
First voice: Beware.
Second voice: Beware.
First voice: Beware.
Second voice: Beware.
First voice: Beware.
Voices: Beware. Beware. Beware. Beware. Beware.
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