Passions Transcript Wednesday 8/20/03

Passions Transcript Wednesday 8/20/03

by Eric

Chad: Whitney, baby, all that kissing stuff was -- it was just business. Ok, I've got to make syd the best singer I can make her, make her C.D. The best I can if I'm going to have a long and high-paying career in the music business. But that's all this is, ok? I don't have any feelings for syd as a woman. And I promise, my eyes will never wander to any other beautiful singer. You're the love of my life, whitney -- you. Nothing will ever change that.

Whitney: I do know that, but it sure is nice to hear you say it. I love you so much.

Chad: Right back at you, now and forever. And like I said, nothing and no one will ever come between us.

Fox: Yep, I'm sure chad is going to do whatever he can to make sure whitney's career is a success. You know, not to say that he's going to sacrifice you or your career for her. At least, well, not consciously, anyway. Still, you know, there's no denying he's ining to have to split his attention between you two. It's kind of funny, but I guess you could say whitney is your only competition for chad's attention. But, you know, sure there won't be a problem.

Syd: No, it shouldn't be. I know how to get rid of my competition. I know how to get rid of whitney.

Fox: Yeah, I bet you do, syd. I just bet you do.

Syd: Excuse me. I hate to break this up, but we have a lot of work to do today, chad.

Fox's voice: That a girl, syd. Soon we'll both have what we want. She'll havchchad, and I'll have whitney.

Theresa: Forget fate? Forget our love? Can you forget that kiss? Can you just turn and walk away from that kind of passion, ethan? I didn't think so.

Luis: Hello! Hello, are you back there? Beth wallace is still waiting to see dr. Culver. Can you hear me? Damn it. I'm going to go back there and get culver myself.

Beth: No, no, no, luis. Luis, you know what? This -- this is the kind of thing that gives police a bad reputation, thinking that you deserve special treatment because you wear a badge?

Luis: But, beth, I'm not doing this for me. I'm doing this for you.

Beth: But I am fine. Now, can we just go?

Luis: No. Ok, we're not leaving here until you see dr. Culver.

Woman: Dr. Culver, I don't mean to rush you, but beth wallace's friend -- the father of her child -- is adamant that you see her right away.

Dr. Culver: Ok, I'm almost finished.

Woman: He says he's a police officer, that he saw you not long ago when beth was in for a prenatal exam.

Dr. Culver: What? I never saw any man with beth wallace. And this business of her being so pregnant she could, as you say, pop any minute -- it's ridiculous. I mean, I just saw beth recently, and she wasn't pregnant.

Woman: I don't know what's going on, but the other patients are afraid of how upset beth's friend is getting.

Dr. Culver: The last thing I need is patients having heart attacks in my waiting room. My malpractice insurance rates will go through the roof. All right, I'll go out and see beth and find out what's going on. Although I can't understand how she could possibly be pregnant, much less close to her due date.

Luis: Hey. Hey, I know that you can hear me back there. I want to see the doctor. I want to see dr. Culver now.

Beth: I've got to get out of here before the real dr. Culver sees me, or it's all over. Kidnapping sheridan will have been for nothing. Luis, come on. Stop.

Charlie: Let me just toss my tools back here and we can hit the road. Oh, boy. All the triggers are set, and the house is bursting at the seams with gas. When luis and his cop cronies show up to find sheridan -- kaboom. All the evidence that blondie was kidnapped will be obliterated, including sheridan herself. As they say, dead women tell no tales. Hey, edna, what are you doing in the passenger seat? I told you to be behind the wheel for our getaway.

Mrs. Wallace: I planned to, but somebody else had other ideas.

Charlie: What the -- you crazy monkey, you can't drive the car.

[Car starts]

Charlie: No, wait. Whoa! Stop!

Hank: Hey, slow down! Where do you think you're going?

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, no, the cops.

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Mist is making it so hard to breathe. I'm feeling so weak, sleepy. What's to become of me and my baby? Oh, god, I'm going to die. I'm really going to die, and there's nothing I can do to stop it.

[Sheridan coughs]

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Why am I so sleepy? What is that smell? Oh, my god, it's gas. God, my baby -- my baby and I are going to die.

[Sheridan coughs]

Singer: I would hold the hand of the one who could lead me places and kiss the lips of the one who could sing so sweet and i would fly on the wings of the bird I knew could take me highest breathe in, breathe out you keep me aliv you are the fire burning inside of me you are my passion for life

dr. Culver: I'm going to get to the bottom of this. There's got to be a reason beth wallace appears to be pregnant when I know she isn'T. Could indicate something seriously wrong with her.

Woman: Doctor, I need your signature on these.

Dr. Culver: Mm-hmm. All right.

Luis: What?

Beth: Look, luis, you're getting loud, ok? You're upsetting the other patients.

Luis: Well, I'm sorry, all right? I'm just trying to find out what happened to the receptionist.

Beth: Please, calm down. Now, I would really like to go.

Luis: No, beth, we are staying here until you see the doctor and she says that you and the baby are ok.

Beth: Luis --

luis: Beth, the baby isn't moving, ok? Something's got to be wrong.

Beth: Nothing is wrong.

Luis: Beth, we are not leaving the doctor's office, ok? You're going to see the doctor today.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, no. It's hank. That's sam bennett's brother. He's the chief of police. What does he want?

Charlie: I don't know, but he can't see me. He'll recognize me from the wharf and when he chased me that night.

Hank: What are you doing?

Charlie: What does it look like? Killing blondie. Blondie has to die.

Hank: Look, I think that maybe you should get some counseling to help manage your anger. Now, if it gets out of control, you could wind up in jail.

Charlie: You would love to see another woman go to jail, wouldn't you?

Hank: Excuse me?

Charlie: Don't deny it. Men want women in prison so they can control them.

Hank: Is that what you think?

Charlie: I know what goes on in the slammer. Guards attacking helpless inmates. That's the real crime.

Hank: Charlie, calm down. I want you to get counseling so you don't go to prison.

Charlie: You're right. I -- I need help. Yeah, I'll get it. Promise.

Hank: Good. Look, I got to go see a friend of mine. Here's my number. Give me a call anytime. In the meantime, I hope you find some relief for your stress.

Charlie: Thanks. Thanks for talking to me. It really helped. Find some relief from my stress. I will, mr. Blond policeman, just as soon as sheridan is dead.

Hank: What do you think you're doing? Mrs. Wallace.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, hello, hank. I didn't realize it was you.

Hank: I was just riding my bicycle to the police academy when I heard all the commotion. You almost hit me.

Mrs. Wallace: Ooh, I'm so sorry, hank. Are you all right?

Hank: Yeah, I'm ok, but where are you going in such a hurry?

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, well, we just wanted to go to the groce s store to get a few things, you know.

Hank: Beth, you really ought to be more careful when you're pulling up -- the monkey's driving?

Sheridan: Gas. There's a gas leak somewhere. Help me! Somebody, help me! I don't want my baby to die!

[Sheridan coughs]

hank: What's going on, mrs. Wallace? Why is the monkey driving the car?

Mrs. Wallace: Precious gets offended when you use the m word. You might want to say orangutan.

Hank: Ok.

Mrs. Wallace: You know, she takes good care of me. You know, she's a trained nurses' aide. She has a license and everything.

Hank: I know, but I doubt she has a license to drive. So why is she driving your car?

Mrs. Wallace: She insisted.

Hank: She insisted?

Mrs. Wallace: Mm-hmm.

Hank: I see. You feeling ok, mrs. Wallace?

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, I'm fine, honey. Why?

Hank: Just asking. You know that a monk-- orangutan is not supposed to drive a car.

Mrs. Wallace: You try telling her that. She won't listen to me.

Hank: Look, I'll drive you to the store. I'll just make some room in the back seat, move some of this stuff so precious can sit back there.

Sheridan: This gas is getting stronger. If somebody doesn't get me out of here soon, I'm going to die. My baby's going to die.

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Somebody's here. Somebody's outside. Help me! I'm down here!

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Oh, god. Oh, god.

Hank: What was that?

Chad: Look, I'm sorr baby, but I got to get back to work.

Whitney: Oh, sure. I understand totally.

Chad: Yeah, it's just the cocord label's really anxious about starting this new C.D., And syd and I --

whitney: No, no, no, no, no. No, no, no, it's all right. We came here to los angeles so that you could work, and I know it's going to take up a lot of your time. But this is an incredible opportunity for you, and it's a dream job. So I support you, ok? 100%.

Chad: All ghght. That means a lot.

Whitney: I love you. You love me. I mean, that's all that really matters, right?

Chad: Yeah, you got that right. All right, syd. Listen, I want you to listen to the playback from here. Now, I want you to really focus on hitting that first note, all right?

Syd: Ok. This one?

Chad: Yeah.

Fox: So you ok with syd working with chad?

Whitney: Yeah, I'm fine with it. It's work. I mean, that's all it is.

Fox: Mm-hmm. Nice work if you can get it. I mean, come on, you got to admit, syd's pretty hot.

Whitney: Yeah, she's beautiful. But I'm not worried. I mean, I trust chad. I'm not worried at all.

Fox's voice: You should be.

Beth: Luis, you can see how busy they are. Let's just go home, and I'll call and make an appointment for another time, ok?

Luis: No.

Dr. Culver: Miss --

woman: Oh, my god, doctor, my water just broke.

Dr. Culver: Oh. Ok.


Hank: You hear that?

Mrs. Wallace: What?

Hank: That sound. I think it came from your house.

Mrs. Wallace: I didn't hear anything.

Hank: No, no, it was sort of like a tapping sound on glass.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, that. We have squirrels. You know, they like to, you know, cavort on the roof, you know, and then throw their acorns all around. Ooh, they make such a racket sometimes.

Hank: I'll just make some room in the back so precious can sit there, and I'll take you to the store.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh - no, no, no, no, no. See, I don't mean to impose on you anymore. We're fine.

Hank: Mrs. Wallace, I can't let that monkey drive you anywhere.


Hank: Sorry, precious. Orangutan.

Mrs. Wallace: Well, you know, I didn't really need anything from the store that badly. You know, I really just wanted to get out of the house for a while, you know.

Hank: Well, I'll walk you inside, then.

Mrs. Wallace: No!

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Oh. Please, god -- please let somebody find me. Please help my innocent baby. Please save my baby. Trying to get rid of blackheads?-You go first.

Singer: You are my passion for life

ethan: No, no, I can't, I can'T.

Theresa: No, no, no, no, don't stop. I need you. We need each other, ethan.

Ethan: No, I can't -- theresa, I won'T. I won't do this. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have kissed you. I was way out of line.

Theresa: No, no, no, you weren'T. You don't need to apologize, ok? You couldn't help it any more than I could.

Ethan: No, ok, that is ridiculous, ok? I'm an adult. I can control everything.

Theresa: But you don't have to, ok? You can'T. You're just -- you are lying to yourself if you think you can, ok? We love each other.

Ethan: Theresa, I can't do this, all ghght? I'm married. I love my wife.

Theresa: But you love me more.

Fox: Look, I'm not saying that you shouldn't trust chad. It's just, you know, things happen in situations like this, you know.

Whitney: Nothing is going to happen between chad and syd. Their relationship, it's strictly professional.

Fox: Yeah, yeah. But, I mean, still, come on. All those long hours, all those late nights --

whitney: Why are you doing this, fox?

Fox: What?

Whitney: Are you trying to upset me? Is there something going on that you're not telling me about or -- or what?

Fox: No, no. I just -- I'm sorry. I -- I guess I'm just kind of putting myself in your shoes, you know?

Whitney: What do you mean?

Fox: Well, I just -- I don't know how I would react if the woman that I was in love with was working so closely with another man, you know? So closely and so passionately.

Whitney: No, no, no, they're passionate about their work. Look, I know that chad loves me, and syd is just -- just somebody that he works with.

Fox: You're amazing. You really are. I got to tell you, most women would be jealous -- very jealous -- looking at syd.

Whitney: Well, I'm not. I mean, jealousy never solves anything, right? I'm just going to concentrate on being incredibly happy with chad. Oh. I just figured out what this is all about.

Fox: What?

Whitney: It's that mystery woman that you're in love with. You're thinking about her, aren't you?

Fox: Well, I --

whitney: Come on, fox. When are we finally going to get to meet this woman that you're so madly in love with? You know, when I think about how close I came to marrying the wrong man -- I mean, chad's a nice guy, but it's you that I love. I will always love you, fox.

Whitney: Fox, I've been looking all over for you.

Fox: Well, you found me. What are you going to do with me?

Whitney: Oh, I have a list of things. Some of them naughty, but all of them nice.

Fox: Whitney, you are one incredible woman.

Whitney: And you, fox, are one lucky man.

Fox: Soon, whitney. Very soon.

Hank: Mrs. Wallace, why don't you want to go back inside the house?

Mrs. Wallace: Because I don't want to be blown to bits.

Hank: Why would you be blown to bits?

Mrs. Wallace: Because there's a bomb in the house.

Hank: There's no bomb in the house, mrs. Wallace. You're imagining things.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, yeah, right. I'm just imagining a big, old bomb that better be defused by the time I get to the front door!

Hank: Mrs. Wallace, there's no bomb in the house. Come on, I'll walk you inside. It'll be all right.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, no way. Uh-uh.

Hank: Well, I just can't leave you sitting here, mrs. Wallace. What do you say we go for a little walk, maybe just around the house? It'll do you good, clear your head.

[Mrs. Wallace grunts]

Mrs. Wallace: Ok, why not? For sure. You know, a little walk would be nice.

Hank: I'll go move my bike.

[Mrs. Wallace grunts]

Mrs. Wallace: Hey, honey, I need my walker.

Hank: Ok. Hold on.

Mrs. Wallace: Thank you.

Hank: Here you go.

Mrs. Wallace: Thanks, honey.

Hank: You ok?

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, yeah. Stay with me.

Charlie: Come on, precious. We got some defusing to do.

Sheridan: The bicycle's gone. No. They're leaving. Whoever was up there didn't hear me.

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Oh. Oh, baby, we're lost. We're going to die.

Woman: Oh, the baby's coming.

Dr. Culver: All right, let's get mrs. Walton into an exam room.

Woman: The blue room is open.

Mrs. Walton: The baby's coming.

Dr. Culver: Oh, good, good. And call the hospital. Tell them to have an ambulance standing by.

Woman: Yes, doctor. Got it?

Dr. Culver: Easy, easy. Easy.

Mrs. Walton: The hospital.

Beth: Ok, luis, we should go now.

Luis: No, no, no, no. Who's that guy?

Beth: What?

Luis: The guy the receptionist cald d doctor. Your doctor is a woman. Who is he? Ladies com

Luis: Beth, the receptionist just called him doctor. Your doctor is a woman, so who is he?

Luis: Than f for seeing us on such short notice, dr. Culver.

Charlie: Beth, it's so good to see you.

Mrs. Wallace: Dr. Culver -- I don't believe it.

Dr. Culver: It's been a while since I've seen you, mrs. Wallace. You know, I believe I heard you almost died recently. Boy, a woman in your situation has to be careful. Otherwise, the breath you're taking now could be your last. But don't you worry about a thing. I promise I'll take great care of you.

Luis: Beth, your doctor is a woman. Who is he?

Beth: Dr. Shoals. Dr. Culver's partner.

Luis: You never mentioned dr. Culver had a partner. And her name is the only one on the door.

Beth: I know. Dr. Shoals is new. But now you can see that they're too busy to see us right now, so I think that we should go.

Luis: No, beth, no. We are not leaving here until you see the doctor and we know everything is all right with you and the baby.

Beth: Everything --

luis: Look, it's just a precaution, ok? Now I don't want the same thing that happened to that woman to happen to you, all right?

Mrs. Wallace: Being a man, it may take him a while to figure it out, but once he realizes that you are not pregnant, missy, well --

beth: Shut up, ok? Just help me tie these.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, you're wasting your time here.

Beth: Look, I'm going to waste you like sheridan if you don't help me.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, all right, already.

Beth: Luis, I want to go home. I can call later and make an appointment to see the doctor another day.

Luis: Beth, why aren't you worried? The baby hasn't kicked or moved. Something has got to be wrong.

Beth: Oh!

Luis: What is it? What's wrong? Beth, what's wrong?

Beth: No, nothing. I'm fine. I'm fine.

Luis: No, you're not fine. Beth -- beth, you're going into labor. Get the doctor! Doctor, beth's going into labor! Doctor, you got to save our child.

Beth: I'm not in labor.

Dr. Culver: She looks to be in labor. Get a blanket.

Beth: Ah. Oh. No, I'm not in labor. I don't need this.

Dr. Culver: Just stop talking and start concentrating on having this baby.

Beth: No, it's not time yet.

Dr. Culver: I'll be the judge of that. Now, push.

Beth: I don't need to push.

Woman: Just do as the doctor says and you'll be fine.

Luis: Beth, just push, all right? Push! Beth, don't you worry. I'm not leaving your side, all right? Not until that baby comes. All right, push. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. Release. Beth, you're doing great. You're doing great.

Dr. Culver: Congratulations.

Luis: It's here? Was it a boy or a girl?

Dr. Culver: Neither. Beth has jt t given birth to a healthy 10-pound bag of sugar.

Luis: What? What? Beth? Damn you.

Beth: Oh! Ah!

Mrs. Wallace: Sugar and spice and absolutely nothing nice! I told you, bethie. I told you you would never get away with this. Strapping a bag of sugar right to your belly -- ha!

Luis: Why the hell did you do it, beth? Why did you make me believe that you were pregnant? You kept me from the woman I love. I'm sure that's why sheridan ran off to paris. I'll never forgive you for this, beth. We're through. We're finished!

Beth: No, no, no, luis! No, no. I can explain.

Luis: I don't want to hear it.

Sheridan: Luis.

Luis: Sheridan. Oh, sheridan, you look great. You're back from paris.

Sheridan: I was never in paris. I was kidnapped and held hostage in beth's basement. She almost killed me and our baby.

Luis: Oh, what the hell? Are you crazy? Get back here. Get back here. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be held against you in a court of law. And if you know what's good for you, you'll keep your mouth shut.

Beth: Oh.

Luis: You. I love you. I'm going to be with sheridan and our baby while you're going to be rotting in prison.

Beth: No!

No. No.

Luis: Beth, what's wrong? What's wrong?

Charlie: Oh, no, the red light's been activated. We've got to -- we got to work fast, or this place is going to blow sky-high. All right. Oh, god.

Mrs. Wallace: I'm sorry I'm so slow, hank. It's just that I'm old, you know? And I don't want to move too fast because I don't want to break anything.

Hank: Well, that's no problem. I'm in no hurry.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh.

Hank: Mrs. Wallace, do you smell something?

Mrs. Wallace: Huh? Oh. It's probably me. Precious sometimes forgets to change my diaper. I'm sorry.

Hank: Ok, why don't you just give me your key and I'll let you in the house.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, yeah. Right. The key. That is if -- um -- well, you know, if I can find it. I'm so absent-minded, you know, sometimes I just leave it in the house here.

Hank: Well, it's right there in your purse.

Mrs. Wallace: Oh, yeah. Oh, oh, yeah. Right. What do you know? Here it is. Oh, hank, what big, beautiful, gorgeous eses you have. Oh. Oh, my goodness, I'm so sorry. I'm so clumsy, you know. The arthritis in my hands, it makes me weak.

Hank: It's no problem.

Mrs. Wallace: I tried to warn you.

Hank: Mrs. Wallace, why don't you let me help you out?

Mrs. Wallace: Uh --

charlie: Damn. There's not enough time. They were fighting

theresa: I don't care if you're married or not. I know that you still love me and you still want me.

Ethan: Stop it. Stop it.

Theresa: I know that you remember everything that we had together -- all of the joy, the happiness, all of the passion.

Singer: When you listen to my heart oh, I like it when you touch me I get so excited and I never thought that I would say I'm blown away I'm so into every little thing you do

ethan: Will you marry me? Make me the happiest man in the world.

Theresa: Yes. A million times, yes.

Singer: When you look at me that way oh, it moves me when you take my hand the love goes right through me and the reason that it feels so good is because you put your heart into every little thing you do you're the rhythm in my song you're the switch that turns me on you're the place where I belong or want to be you're the half that makes mwhwhole you're the one who saves my soul baby, it's so real but still I can't believe every little thing you do to me

singer: When you take my hand I like it I like it when you listen to my heart I like it I like it

theresa: I can see it in your eyes. You do remember. I can feel it in your kiss. I can hear it in your pounding heart. You do still love me. You still want to be with me. Just don't deny it.

Ethan: Oh, god, I do. I still love you. God, help me, I want you more than ever.

Fox: What are you looking at me like that for?

Whitney: I'm trying to figure out your secret, fox.

Fox: What secret, whitney?

Whitney: You're hiding something.

Fox: I'm not hiding a thing.

Whitney: Oh, yes, you are. And it has something to do with this mystery woman. Come on. Go ahead and tell me. What's the big secret? Why won't you even tell us her name?

Chad: All right, see? On the second line, I want to change the phrasing like we talked about.

Syd: Ok. I see what you want me to do now, chad. Thank you. I'm so glad that we're working together. I am going to learn so much from you.

Luis: Beth, are you all right? You look like you're in pain.

Beth: I'm fine.

Luis: Are you sure nothing's wron

beth: Yeah, yeah. No, nothing's wrong. Luis, I'm just a bit antsy, you know, being here for so long, and I told you today is not a good day. I don't even have an appointment, so we should just go, ok?

Luis: No, no, no, beth, I don't think that we should. Now, come on. The doctor will see us eventually.

Beth: But there's a woman in labor back there. They're probably all working on her, and it could take hours, you know? So I think we should just come back tomorrow, you know, if you insist, ok?

Luis: No. Beth we are staying here. We're going to see the doctor, and we're going to find out exactly what is going on with the baby.

[Sheridan coughs]

Sheridan: Luis -- if only you'd find me. Please find me. I don't want our baby to die.

[Sheridan coughs]

Charlie: I'm going to take care of blondie once and for all.

Sheridan: You. You're the one who was chasing me on the wharf that night.

Charlie: That's right. Good memory.

Sheridan: But you've always worn your clown mask. Why are you letting me see your face now?

Charlie: It doesn't matter whether you see me or no because we're both going to get blown to bits any second now. Kaboom!

[Sheridan coughs]

Hank: Mrs. Wallace, the door's open. Come on in.

Mrs. Wallace: Duck!

Theresa: I knew you still loved me.

Whitney: I just realized who you're in love with.

Fox: You did?

Mrs. Wallace: What did you do to her?

Charlie: Well, let's just say that sheridan crane is taken care of but good

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