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Passions Transcript Monday 3/11/02

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Grace: Hey.

John: Hi, Mom. I hope we're not late.

Grace: Oh, are you kidding? You're just in time. And I was just saying that I am so happy that we're all here to celebrate because those DNA tests are going to prove you're my son. I know it.

Eve: David, you know that your son and Grace are going to be devastated when they find out your secret.

David: Haven't you ever had a secret, Eve? One that was too horrible to tell? One that you knew would destroy someone you loved?

Simone: Hey, Dad.

T.C.: Hey.

Simone: Hey, Mom. Hey, we got your message.

T.C.: I'm glad you girls are here.

Simone: Hey.

Grace: Hey, Simone. I'm glad you're here. You know, it's going to be a great night.

Simone: Yeah. Hey.

John: Hi. How are you?

Rebecca: What are we watching?

Ivy: What are you doing, Rebecca? Following me?

Rebecca: No, no, I'm just curious. You see, you should be so nervous with these DNA test results coming out because I am convinced that you are the one who set up this whole farce of David pretending to be Grace's husband.

Ivy: You are being ridiculous, Rebecca.

Rebecca: But then when I saw you at the hospital earlier and you seemed so happy, I thought you were just going to jump out of that wheelchair and do a jig. What are you up to, Ivy?

Ivy: Whatever do you mean, Rebecca?

Rebecca: Oh, you know exactly what I mean, Ivy. I saw you whispering with Eve Russell, looking positively smug. No, you are up to something. I just want to know what it is.

Reese: Isn't this great? All of us together again at the Seascape.

Jessica: Oh, I know. It's been forever since we've been here. Aren't you excited, Miguel?

Miguel: Not really.

Jessica: I'm sorry. You're missing Charity, huh?

Miguel: Yeah. I just don't know what happened to us. Why doesn't she want to see me anymore?

Kay: Why did you invite Tabitha and Timmy to come to dinner with us?

Zombie Charity: I had to keep up my goody two-shoes image, now, didn't I? The real Charity would've invited the weirdos, so that's what I did.

Kay: I guess you're right.

Tabitha: Weirdos, are we? Weirdos?

Timmy: Shh. Timmy and Tabby better not make any waves. That zombie Charity is too scary.

Kay: You -- you are still going to make sure that I get Miguel, right?

Zombie Charity: Don't worry about it. Although I do have other jobs to do here in Harmony, I will help you get Miguel. I guarantee it.

Kay: Good. I'm going to go check in with my parents.

Zombie Charity: That girl is becoming a real pain in the butt, although a necessary one. I have bigger fish to fry -- it's almost time for Theresa to get here. She has no idea that Ethan's inside.

Gwen: Ethan, I know you're still hurting over Theresa. I just -- I wish there was something I could do to help you.

Ethan: Well, Gwen, you're helping a lot. It's -- it's just going to take me some time to get over her.

Gwen: I know it will -- that is, if you're sure you want to get over her.

Ethan: Well, I have to. I mean, I can't be with someone I can't trust. She's lied to me too many times. And anyway, you know, she's taken a big step towards moving on with her life.

Gwen: What do you mean?

Ethan: Well, she doesn't want to see me again. She wants to make it a clean break.

Gwen: Really? Well, maybe that's for the best.

Ethan: Yeah. I think maybe it is.

Gwen: Well, listen, just know that I will -- I'll always be here for you.

Ethan: Look, I appreciate everything you've done, Gwen, because I don't know what I'd do without you.

Gwen: Well, you're never going to have to find out because I'm your friend and I'll always be here.

Zombie Charity: Uh-oh! Here comes the biggest fish in the frying pan -- Teresita.

Pilar: I want to tell you how proud I am of you for telling Ethan that you needed to let go.

Luis: Mama is right. It wasn't easy what you did. We're proud of you.

Theresa: Telling Ethan to take a hike was the first step in this huge master plan to get him back.

Whitney: What are you talking about?

Theresa: I didn't come up with the plan, Whitney.

Whitney: Ok, well, then, who did?

Theresa: Julian Crane.

Whitney: Whoa -- what?

Theresa: He gave me this plan last night when I met him in hell. Well, let's just go in and have a nice dinner, ok?

Hank: Parking lot was crowded. Better make sure they don't give away our table, huh?

Theresa: Ok.

Luis: Yeah.

Zombie Charity: It's going to be such a fantastic evening, a special night of evil the likes of which Harmony has never seen before.

Rebecca: You might as well tell me, Ivy. You know I'm going to find out anyway.

Ivy: Save your breath, Rebecca. I am not up to anything.

Rebecca: Oh, yes, you are, and I am going to be watching you like a hawk.

Ivy: Out of my way, Rebecca, or I'm going to roll right over those fake Italian shoes you're wearing.

Rebecca: Oh! Oh, this is not over, Ivy! There is no way I am going to let you have all that Crane money. Now it's all mine.

Grace: Thanks.

Maitre d': Good Evening, Chief Bennett, Mrs. Bennett. Your table is ready.

Sam: Thank you.

Grace: Perfect. Almost everybodyís here.

Maitre d': Excellent. Right this way, please.

Grace: I'm so glad you could join us for dinner.

John: I'm glad to be here, too, Mom.

Kay: Hey, our table is ready. You want to come sit with us?

Miguel: I'm supposed to meet my family for dinner.

Kay: Ok. But you can come sit with us until they get here, right?

Miguel: I wonder if Charity's here.

Grace: You know, Charity called me from her cell phone and she will be here any minute.

Miguel: Great. Then I will sit with you guys, you know, until my family gets here.

Kay: Ok.

Chad: Yo, Ethan, Gwen. What's up, guys?

Ethan: Hey, Chad.

Gwen: Hey.

Chad: Hey, you guys enjoying your dinner?

Gwen: Oh, yeah.

Ethan: Yeah. Yeah, you want to join us?

Chad: Oh, no, man. First of all, I'm not dressed. But I'm actually working here, man. Yeah.

Gwen: Really?

Chad: As a matter of fact, I just signed a contract to provide the music for all the events here. .

Ethan: Wow, that's great.

Chad: Yeah.

Ethan: So, how are things going with Whitney?

Chad: Well, that's not so great. I tried to get her to go away with me, but she said no.

Gwen: Oh, but how romantic. Where would you have gone if she said yes?

Chad: New York. You know, to try to make it in the music business. Whitney's got this great voice, and she'd make it big. I know it. And not only that, I think music is actually where her heart is.

Ethan: Yeah, but she said no.

Chad: Yeah. You know what makes me so mad is that I know how happy she'd be. I mean, when she sings, man, she just comes alive.

Gwen: I thought Whitney was dedicated to a tennis career.

Chad: No, I think that's her parents' dream. That's not her dream. Hey, listen, guys, I need to get back to work, so enjoy the rest of your dinner, all right? All right.

Whitney: You know, I heard what you said to Ethan and Gwen, and you know what? You're wrong. Tennis is my dream.

Luis: Yeah. Thank you. You know, maybe we should go to the Lobster Shack instead.

Theresa: The Lobster Shack?

Luis: Yeah.

Theresa: Why? I mean, we're here. I'm hungry.

Luis: Well Ė

Chad: Whitney, what are you doing here?

Whitney: Please stop telling everybody that singing is my true passion, all right?

Chad: Well, I didn't tell everybody. I just told my best friend.

Whitney: Yeah, well, you shouldn't be telling anybody because it's not true. Tennis is my life. All right? You know that.

Chad: Iím sorry, Whitney, but I don't buy that, all right? You think tennis is your life, and I think you're making a big mistake. And one of these days, you're going to see that I'm right.

Whitney: Well, you're wrong, Chad.

Chad: You know, you can only lie to yourself for so long, Whitney. Then one of these days you're going to be walking down the street and you'll hear a song or maybe see a billboard, and that's when you'll realize that your whole life has been one big lie.

Whitney: Like I said, you're wrong.

Chad: I'm not wrong and you know it.

Zombie Charity: You know it's killing Theresa to see Ethan with Gwen.

Tabitha: Was this part of your plan?

Zombie Charity: Of course. This is just one more piece in the puzzle that's going to lead her to commit to my plan.

Tabitha: The plan to help her get Ethan back, huh?

Timmy: Even if Theresa has to do something evil to get Ethan back?

Zombie Charity: Oh, yes. She's going to forget about the plan being wrong or immoral. All she can think about is the end result. And if she does what I told her to do, she's going to have him back in her bed in no time.

Gwen: Ethan, do -- do you want to leave?

Ethan: Yeah, I think maybe it'd be best, if you don't mind.

Gwen: Oh, no, of course not.

Hank: Theresa, are you all right?

Pilar: Do you want to leave, mija?

Luis: Actually, I think they're leaving.

Theresa: No. No, I don't want to go, and they shouldn't have to, either. Can you -- can you tell them -- please tell them to stay.

Pilar: Are you sure?

Theresa: Mama, it's a small town and we are bound to run into each other. We might as well start getting used to it.

Luis: Look at you. You're starting to sound like a grownup.

Theresa: Thanks.

Luis: That's very brave of you.

Maitre d': Officer, do you still want the table?

Luis: Yes. Yeah, absolutely.

Theresa: Cool.

Luis: I'll be right back.

Theresa: Ok.

Luis: Hey, Ethan.

Ethan: Look, Luis, we're going.

Luis: No, no. Theresa wants you to stay.

Gwen: What?

Luis: Yeah, she says Harmony is a small town and, well, you're both going to be running into each other, so -- well, heck, you might as well start getting used to it, right?

Ethan: Yeah, she's right. Theresa's acting very mature.

Luis: Hey, well, you guys enjoy your dinner, huh?

Ethan: Thanks, Luis.

Luis: I'm proud of you, sis.

Zombie Charity: [As Julian] You think you can live with this for the rest of your life? Is that what you want to see forever, Theresa? Or are you ready to follow the rest of my plan?

Zombie Charity: Goody, goody, goody! Theresa's staying. Oh, she must be leaning towards the dark side. I need to go stop by my family's table. See you later.

Timmy: Zombie Charity's very good at being bad.

Tabitha: Yes, indeed, Timmy. These people have no idea what's in store for them. No idea at all.

T.C.: Did I see you talking to Chad a minute ago?

Whitney: Yes, Daddy, but don't worry. It was nothing.

T.C.: Sweetheart, I do worry.

Eve: So do I, honey. I mean, we told you not to see Chad again.

Whitney: Mom, I'm not trying to see him. I just --

T.C.: Sweetheart, I don't want you anywhere near him. He was the one that got you drunk and had you acting crazy the other night.

Simone: Dad, that's not fair. Chad wouldn't do anything like that.

Eve: Simone, sweetie, you don't know Chad well enough to defend him.

Simone: Yes, I do. Whitney, say something.

Whitney: I don't think that Chad did it, either.

T.C.: Well, nevertheless, I don't want you two girls near him. Understood? Simone?

Whitney: Well, you don't have to worry about me, Daddy, because I don't ever plan to see Chad again.

Zombie Charity: Hi, Everyone!

Sam: Hey.

Zombie Charity: Hi, hi.

Kay: Hey.

Zombie Charity: I'm so sorry I'm late.

Miguel: Hey, Charity. I'm really glad you're here.

Zombie Charity: I'm sure you are. Oh. Aunt Grace looks so pretty.

Grace: Well, thanks, Charity.

Kay: Miguel's been waiting on you, Charity.

Zombie Charity: Hmm.

Sam: Yeah, Charity, why don't you sit down? We saved you a seat.

Zombie Charity: Thank you so much, but I'm going to sit with Tabitha and Timmy if that's ok.

Grace: Really? Why?

Zombie Charity: Well, Tabitha overheard me on the phone saying I was coming here and, oh, I could tell she really wanted to come, so I invited her and her grand nephew Timmy.

Sam: Well, I guess we could make room.

Zombie Charity: Oh, thank you. But actually, we got another table.

Grace: So you're sure you don't want to sit here with Miguel and all of us?

Miguel: Or I could join you and Tabitha for a while.

Zombie Charity: Um, no, thanks. Actually, I'm having the best time with Tabitha. She's so fun. She's such a lonely old little thing and, oh, she gets a really big kick when anybody just pays attention to her.

Sam: That's very sweet of you, Charity.

Grace: Yes, it is.

Kay's voice: Great. Even when Charity's working for the powers of hell, my parents like her better.

Kay: Ok, well, you guys have fun. See you guys later.

Miguel: I'm going to go sit with my mom and Luis.

Kay: No, Miguel. You can stay here if you want.

Miguel: You know, thanks, Kay, but Luis wanted our whole family to be together tonight, so I'm going to go sit with them.

Kay: Ok.

Grace: Kay, I'm going to the ladies' room. Why don't you go with me?

Kay: Actually, I don't really have to go, so I'm just --

Grace: No, you know what? I think we need to have a little talk. So why don't you come with me?

Kay: Ok.

Maitre d': Ah, good Evening, Mrs. Crane. Your table will be ready in just a moment, Ms. Hotchkiss.

Rebecca: It's Mrs. Crane, thank you, and please hurry with our table.

Ivy: Our table? Surely you don't expect to sit at my table.

Rebecca: Oh, absolutely. In fact, I called ahead and asked Jack here to add me to your reservation.

Ivy: You have some nerve, Rebecca.

Rebecca: Yes, I do. Thank you. And I am going to keep such an eye on you, Ivy Winthrop.

Ivy: Jack. I don't wish to sit with Ms. Hotchkiss.

Jack: Well, I'm sorry. Your table is the last we have. There's nothing I can do.

Rebecca: Well, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go powder my nose and I shall join you as soon as our table is ready.

Ivy: I'll deal with you later, Rebecca. Right now it's about time to show Eve Russell whoís boss. Oh, yes, Eve. Your past is about to come back to haunt you.

Jack: It'll be just a moment, Mrs. Crane.

Ivy: Thank you, Jack.

Jack: I guess someone really wanted to hear this tape. Alan, would you bring this to the D.J., Please?

Waiter: Right away, sir.

Ivy: Oh, damn it. He'd better not take all the night to play that tape. I need it to pressure Eve into changing those damn DNA test results.

Sam: Ahem.

Ivy: Sam.

Sam: Why were you talking to yourself about those DNA tests?

Zombie Charity: What are they saying? I need to hear what they're saying.

Tabitha: I'm afraid I don't read lips.

Timmy: Don't look at Timmy.

Zombie Charity: Shut up, you idiots.

Theresa: Miguel, I have to ask you a question. It's a question that I've already asked Mama and Luis.

Miguel: Ok, shoot.

Theresa: Well, if you knew it would help you and Charity get back together, would you do something wrong?

Miguel: Like what?

Theresa: I don't know. Just something you knew was wrong. Would it be worth it to you?

Miguel: No, it wouldn't, even if it meant getting Charity back.

Theresa: Really?

Miguel: I -- I couldnít. You know, I feel like our love is based on all that's right -- honesty and truth and, you know, if I did something wrong, it would just cheapen that.

Theresa: Hmm.

Pilar: I'm so happy to hear you say that, Miguel.

Timmy: Timmy thinks Theresa's leaning towards not following zombie Charity's plan.

Zombie Charity: Well, it seems that way, yes. But I assure you, she will open the door to evil, no matter what her brother says.

Sam: Now, what were you saying, Ivy? You were saying something about the DNA tests?

Ivy: Oh. DNA tests?

Rebecca: Yes, I heard that, too.

Ivy: I was just saying that I think it's a pretty drastic action to be taken based on one man's opinion -- I mean, T.C.

Rebecca: Oh, but you look worried. Oh, and you said you had nothing to worry about.

Ivy: I donít. I'm just upset to be accused of such heinous schemes.

Sam: Why? You've been involved in some pretty heinous schemes before.

Rebecca: Oh, Sam, you are so right. So you know, it is not a very big leap to think that Ivy may have actually hired David to pretend to be Grace's husband.

Sam: Not a very big leap at all.

Rebecca: Oh, and she has the access to the Crane money, so it wouldn't be hard for her to fake a marriage license and, oh, she could even fake a priest with no trouble.

Ivy: That is outrageous, Rebecca! And when those DNA test results come back, I will be proven completely innocent.

Sam: Well, I hope you're right because if those DNA tests come back and prove that John isn't Grace's son, not only will I never speak to you again, Ethan will know the truth. And if you are guilty of trying to wreck my marriage with Grace, you'll be dead to me and your son. Ethan will never speak to you again. I swear to God he wonít.

Rebecca: It is perfectly delicious watching you squirm, Ivy.

Ivy: Oh, shut up, Rebecca!

David: What's wrong, Ivy? You look nervous.

Ivy: No, David, I am not nervous. I have nothing to be nervous about.

David: Well, you should be because when those test results come back, you're finished.

Ivy: Oh, Chad. You had better play that tape. I need it to put pressure on Eve. Otherwise, I'm going to lose everything.

Grace: Kay, I'm worried about you. I've seen the way you are with Miguel tonight and on the wharf when Theresa was in the water.

Kay: The way I am with Miguel? How's that?

Grace: Look, you know that Charity and Miguel are having a tough time right now, and I think you're using this as an opportunity to make a play for Miguel.

Kay: Mom, I don't know what you're talking about.

Grace: Yes, you do, and I don't think you should be going after Miguel.

Kay: Mom, I'm not going after Miguel.

Grace: Well, it looks that way. And Charity would really be hurt.

Kay: Charity? Mom, she's being awful to him. And if I want to be his friend and make him feel better, why shouldn't I?

Grace: Because I think you're trying to be more than a friend.

Kay: Well, if I were, what would be so wrong with that?

Grace: If Charity and Miguel can get through this rough time, I think they will be together forever. They belong together.

Kay: Oh, they belong together? That's good.

Grace: Yes, they do, and I think you should stop pursuing Miguel.

Kay: I'm not pursuing Miguel, ok? I'm his friend. And if Miguel wants to hang out with me, why can't you just be happy for me?

Grace: Kay, I can't be happy for you when I know you're doing the wrong thing.

Kay: I can't -- I can't believe that you want me to give up something else. I mean, even my friendship with Miguel is something that I had --

Grace: Kay, you're my daughter and I love you.

Kay: Oh, Mom, please! The only time you ever even remember that I'm your daughter is when you want me to give something up. Charity is your niece. She's more important to you than I am. I mean, John -- he shows up out of nowhere, and I bet you wouldn't even ask him to give up a -- a piece of bread for me.

Grace: Ok, Kay, you know that's not true. Your father and I love you very much. But I think it is wrong for you to try to break up a couple that belongs together.

Kay: Ok, well, what about me? What about what I think? Because I think Miguel and I should be together. Now, why doesn't that count for anything?

Ivy: Oh, Eve. Your perfect world is about to come to a disastrous end.

Eve's voice: The rain coming down

Sam: Hey, who is that singing?

Eve's voice: Tonight

T.C.: I don't know, but I like that voice.

Eve's voice: Barely a cloud in sight no more "hush, little baby don't you cry"

T.C.: It's incredible. So familiar.

Eve's voice: And I don't know why my baby's gone now I'm all alone my baby's gone

Simone: I know who it is. The woman singing the song -- I'd recognize that voice anywhere.

Eve's voice: Late at night I still see him

Kay: Answer me, Mom. Why doesn't what I want or what I think count for anything with you?

Grace: What counts is doing the right thing.

Kay: Let me tell you what I've learned about the right thing, Mom. It doesn't pay. I mean, if I want something, I'm on my own because I'm not going to get any help from my mother or from anyone else in my family. I've learned that's what right is depending on myself and taking what I want. And you know what? I want Miguel. And you can do nothing to stop me, Mom. Nothing at all.

Simone: I'm telling you, I know whoís singing.

Eve's voice: My baby's gone

Simone: It's Whitney!

Whitney: What? Me? No, are you crazy? Simone, that's not me.

T.C.: Of course it's not Whitney.

Grace: This voice sounds so familiar.

T.C.: Whitney has a lovely voice, but --

Eve's voice: My baby's gone

T.C.: This woman is so mature. I mean, you could hear it. I mean, it sounds like she's been through a lot of pain. Maybe she's had some regrets.

Simone: You're right, Dad. It is so sad. I sure hope I never have regrets like that.

T.C.: Wait a minute. I know this voice. This was a voice that I heard in Julian's library one night.

Sam: You think so?

T.C.: I'm sure of it, Sam. Damn that Julian! For all we know, he's probably the reason why this woman's song is so sad.

Eve: You know, you're right, honey. This song is too sad. I'm in the mood for something happy and upbeat tonight. What about you, Grace?

Grace: I agree. I mean, this is supposed to be a fun night.

Eve: I'm going to ask Chad to change the music.

Simone: Does this mean that you guys forgive Chad and we can talk to him again?

Eve: No, Simone, it doesn't! I'm just going to ask Chad to change the song.

Eve: Chad. Where'd you get that tape that you were just playing?

Chad: Waiter brought it over. I don't know who gave it to him, though.

Eve: Do you recognize the singer's voice?

Chad: No, and there was no name on the tape. I mean, whoever she is, she's got an incredible voice, though. If she's local, I just might look her up.

Eve: Would you give me the tape?

Chad: Excuse me?

Eve: I want you to give me the tape.

Chad: Why?

Eve: I just want it. I want you to give me the tape!

Chad: You know what? I'll never understand you, Dr. Russell. First you accuse me of doing these horrible things and then you tell me to get the hell out of your house and then you order me to stay away from your daughters and now you're just going to up and ask me for a favor?

Eve: I'll pay you for it. How much do you want?

Chad: You can keep your money, Dr. Russell.

Eve: I should've known you were responsible.

Ivy: Change the DNA test results, Eve, or I will make sure that all of your secrets are exposed.

Chad: Thanks, man.

Whitney: Chad, why did you play that song?

Chad: Hmm?

Whitney: You're trying to manipulate me, aren't you?

Chad: Whitney, what are you talking about?

Whitney: Oh, you're trying to prove that I would regret choosing tennis over singing, right?

Chad: No. Honestly, that's not what I was doing at all. A waiter gave me that tape. I don't know where it came from.

Whitney: I don't believe you. Chad, listen to me -- I want you to leave me alone. All right? I'm in charge of my own life.

Chad: Yeah, if you were really in charge, Whitney, you wouldn't be so angry.

Hank: Kay, Theresa just asked a very interesting question.

Kay: Ok. What was it?

Hank: Well, whether it's all right to do something wrong if it meant you would win back a lost love.

Kay: Well, I guess it depends on how much you love that person, or if you truly, truly believe that you're the only person that can make them happy.

Zombie Charity: Perfect answer, Kay. Now listen to Theresa. She's about to start the next part of my plan.

Theresa: Everyone, may I have your attention, please? I'd like to say something.

Luis: What's Theresa doing?

Pilar: I don't know.

Rebecca: What is that little fajita up to now?

Theresa: I won't take up much of your time. I just wanted to say thank you for all those people who have been so kind to me lately, who have helped me through a very difficult time. And to thank you all properly, I'd like to buy you all dinner tonight. Yes, that's right. Dinner's on me.

Rebecca: Oh. You heard the woman -- her treat.

Theresa: Please.

Zombie Charity: Tabby. Timmy. Fasten those seat belts because the evil's starting.

Pilar: Theresa, you can't do this. You don't have that kind of money.

Theresa: Mama, it's ok. I know what I'm doing. Mama, it's ok. Recently, I have upset some people who are very important to me -- Mama, my family, and my friends -- and I want to apologize.

Luis: Theresa, you don't have to apologize to anyone. All right? We all care about you very much. And you don't have to buy everyone else's dinner, ok?

Theresa: It's ok. I want to buy. Ok?

Sam: Theresa doesn't have that kind of money. What is she doing?

Theresa: Everyone in Harmony has always been so nice to me. I mean, the Russellís have treated me like their own daughter. And Chief Bennett -- he's been like a father to me. And Mrs. Bennett has always comforted me with her tomato soup cake. I have such wonderful friends -- Whit, my best friend, and new friends like Chad have helped me, too. So many people have helped me learn things.

Ivy: What are you up to, Theresa?

Theresa: I have learned so much from everyone in this room -- my mother, my wonderful brothers. But the people who taught me the most are new friends. I mean, they only came into my life just a few years ago, but they -- they changed my life forever. Ivy, Rebecca, you have taught me so much about life, about love, about how to get what you want in life. You've taught me so very much. And that's why I want to treat you all to dinner tonight. Just bill everything to me -- Mrs. Julian Crane.

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