Passions Transcript Friday 5/21/04
proofread by Laurie
Gwen: I am going to ring Theresa's neck when I find her.
Ethan: Honey, honey, calm, calm down.
Gwen: Ethan, you calm down, all right? That bitch has ruined my life long enough, and this time she's going to pay. All right, Theresa, I know that you are in here, ok? Why don't you just come out because I'm going to find you sooner or later. [Gwen is searching the mansion for Theresa.]
Ethan: Honey, I don't think she's here.
Gwen: Yeah, Ethan, she is here, ok, because the maid called me and said she saw her. Told you. I knew she was here.
Ethan: Theresa, what are you doing here?
Theresa: I'm really, really sorry that I upset you guys. I just -- I just came to see my son for a few minutes, and I can leave right now, and I'm not going to come back.
Gwen: No, you're not going anywhere.
Theresa: Look, look, I understand that you're mad, but this is not going to happen again.
Gwen: Theresa, I'm not mad. You're totally mistaken. I'm actually thrilled to see you, you know, because it saves me the trip of having to track you down.
Theresa: Why, Gwen? What do you want?
Gwen: I want you to stay right here.
Theresa: You do?
Gwen: Oh, you bet I do.
Tabitha: Hell's bells, this has got to stop! Oh, oh. Oh, there, there, little one. [Endora is fussing in her crib.] Oh. I'm sorry I kept you up. Oh. Oh, Endora, I'm so happy you're too young to understand what's going on in the world. You have no idea what an ill wind is blowing our way, do you? Oh, I thought I got rid of those wretched people years ago, but there they are, rearing their ugly heads again. We have to do something to get rid of them before it's too late. [Tabitha is watching Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler in her magical gazing bowl.]
Mr. Wheeler: Poor Paloma. She's so angry with Pilar. She shouldn't be. This is our doing.
Mrs. Wheeler: I know. Her mother has really done her best. How -- how would people judge us if they really knew what happened? I mean, I know that our choices hurt people, but I honestly thought that they'd forget, or I guess that I hoped that people would forget.
Mr. Wheeler: I did, too. But we must remember our promise to each other not to wallow in the past and not to wonder what might have been. It'll do no good. We can't undo all the things that we did years ago.
Mrs. Wheeler: Yeah. And you know, all these years, it was almost easy for me to forget. We -- we've been so happy together. We live in this paradise. But you know, the truth has a way of catching up with you.
Mr. Wheeler: Yeah.
Mrs. Wheeler: Hmm. I remember going to so many Founders' Day Dances, ever since I was a little girl. And look, here's Luis on the cover, and he looks so handsome. Such a grown man.
Mr. Wheeler: Sheridan's a beautiful grown woman.
Mrs. Wheeler: Yeah. What I would -- what I would give to see her.
Mr. Wheeler: We can't.
Mrs. Wheeler: I know.
Mr. Wheeler: Too many years have passed, and I didn't realize how many. I mean, so many things have happened since then, so many changes.
Mrs. Wheeler: But there's one thing hasn't changed for me, and that's how I feel about you. I have no regrets. Do you?
Mr. Wheeler: Not one.
Mrs. Wheeler: Good.
Sheridan: I hate to leave, Luis, but I know in my heart it's for the best. It's the only way that I can make sure that you and Antonio do not kill each other. I would never be able to forgive myself if I was responsible for one of your deaths. [Sheridan talks to a photo of Luis and herself.]
Antonio: You ready to go? What are you looking at?
Dr. Ackland: You -- you don't understand what you're asking me. I cannot tell Sheridan. Losing my medical license is the least of it.
Dr. Ackland: You know why. He will kill me.
Luis: It's Alistair, isn't it?
Dr. Ackland: Yes, yes! Alistair Crane will kill me.
Luis: I knew it.
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 alive; you are the fire burning inside of me. You are my passion for life.
Luis: Start talking, doc. You tell me exactly what you did to Sheridan.
Dr. Ackland: You said you knew. You said you decoded C.D.s from Alistair's office.
Luis: I did. I just want to hear it from you.
Dr. Ackland: I can't -- I can't do that. It's too dangerous. You know what he's capable of.
Luis: All right, now you listen to me -- you're going to start talking, and you're going to tell me exactly what you did to Sheridan, or Alistair won't be your biggest problem, I'll be, ok? I will tear you apart, limb from bloody limb, and enjoy every second of it. Now, you're going to tell me exactly what you did to Sheridan, you hear me?!?
Antonio: What do you have there? I thought we were ready to go to the airport.
Sheridan: Yeah, we are. Just a few things that I wanted to pack that I couldn't leave without. You know me, I'm just such a pack rat, but, yeah, let's go. I'm ready.
Theresa: Ok, Gwen, why do you want me to stay? Usually, you and your mother are trying to chase me out of here with a hatchet.
Gwen: Well, that was then. This is now.
Theresa: Ethan, do you know what this is about?
Ethan: Yeah, I'm afraid I do. She's upset about our baby.
Theresa: Well, why are you upset? I mean, what about the baby? I mean, I'm fine, the baby's fine.
Theresa: Yeah, yeah, call Dr. Russell. She'll tell you everything's ok if you don't believe me.
Gwen: That's not necessary.
Ethan: Gwen thinks that she knows what you're up to.
Theresa: Ok, I'm not up to anything.
Gwen: Actually, you are up to something, and I want the truth, Theresa.
Theresa: About what
Gwen: Do we look stupid? Well, we're not stupid, ok? It is almost impossible for a woman to become pregnant for the very first time she attempts embryo implantation. It normally takes months of repeated procedures. But you? No, not you. You kill the rabbit the first time out of the gate. How'd you do it, huh? I want the truth. How'd you do it?
Theresa: [Theresa flases back to the night she drugged Ethan to get him to make love to her.] This drug should make it easier to fool Ethan, too. Right? Yes. Once Ethan drinks his toast to Gwen, very soon, he'll have no idea that he'll be making love to me.
Gwen: So I want to know the truth. How did you get pregnant so damn easy?
Theresa: You know, I can't believe you're asking me this.
Gwen: Well, believe it, because I want to know how you got pregnant so fast.
Theresa: Well, Gwen, I don't know. I mean, I don't know. I mean, I -- I guess I'm -- I guess I'm highly fertile. Yeah, I come from a long line of fertile women. My mother had five children, and her mother had eight children, so I guess it shouldn't be a surprise that I got pregnant right away.
Gwen: Ok, we're talking about embryo implantation here, Theresa. This has nothing to do with you being fertile. My egg was already fertilized by Ethan. This is a matter of biology. It's not easy for an embryo to just implant itself in another woman's body. So I want to know how you did it.
[Knock on door]
Whitney: Hi there.
Gwen: Hi, Whit.
Theresa: Hi. Come on in.
Whitney: Fox called me and said you might need some help.
Whitney: Is everything ok?
Theresa: Gwen's just upset about the baby.
Whitney: Well, honey, can you blame her for what you've done?
Gwen: Thank you, Whit. I appreciate that. I mean, you'd be upset, too, right, if the person you hated most in the world stole your embryos and had them implanted in her body?
Whitney: Yes, Gwen, I understand, I would.
Gwen: Thank you. I mean, at least someone here has a conscience. Right now, the only thing I'm concerned with is Theresa and this pregnancy, because, as of right now, all I have is your word on it that you're really pregnant.
Theresa: Gwen, that's not true. You saw the test, the double line.
Gwen: It was a home pregnancy test. They're not always 100% reliable, and neither are you. For all I know, you're lying about being pregnant as some sort of way to get little Ethan back.
Theresa: Ok, that's not true. I really am pregnant.
Gwen: Ok, well, if that's the case, I guess you wouldn't object to taking another pregnancy test right now, a more reliable one.
Theresa: Ok. Yeah, sure. Don't see the point, but, yeah, if you insist.
Gwen: I insist all right.
Theresa: Ok, I'll call Dr. Russell first thing in the morning.
Gwen: No, actually, we're going to do it today.
Theresa: I'm not going to put it off, Gwen.
Gwen: That's right, you're not because we're going to take this pregnancy test today.
Theresa: I don't think that's necessary.
Gwen: Actually, it is necessary, and I already called the lab on my way from saying goodbye to Sheridan and a nurse is on her way over here to take your blood.
Theresa: I'm not going to do it.
Gwen: Really? Why not?
Tabitha: There, my darling. Are you gums still sore? Mama has something for you. Yes. This is an ancient witch's herbal remedy for teething. My mama swore by it. There we are, my little witchling. Does that feel better, huh? What a clever little witchling! Oh. Look, Endora. There they go again. Oh, they can't leave well enough alone. They could cause real trouble for us, Endora, real trouble. [Watching the Wheelers.]
Mrs. Wheeler: Ah.
Mr. Wheeler: Looks like another beautiful day in paradise.
Mrs. Wheeler: Oh, it does. I remember what it was like in Harmony this time of year, how sometimes it's warm and beautiful, and other times it's cold and rainy.
Mr. Wheeler: Do you remember our last Founders' Day Dance?
Mrs. Wheeler: I could never forget it. It was the most gorgeous day of the year. It actually helped us make our decision.
Mr. Wheeler: Oh, yeah, we figured that if the world was such a beautiful place, that we deserved to go out and find a little happiness in it.
Mrs. Wheeler: Hmm. Alistair made everything he touched so ugly.
Mr. Wheeler: Yes, he did. But, you know, he would never understand this, but he's responsible for all this. He drove us away.
Mrs. Wheeler: If he only knew.
[Flashback to the Founder's Day Dance that convinced the Wheelers to run away from Harmony. Mr. Wheeler is there with Pilar, and Mrs. Wheeler dances with Alistair at first.] [Music plays]
Mr. Wheeler: For you.
Mrs. Wheeler: Oh, thank you.
Mr. Wheeler: Cheers.
Mrs. Wheeler: Cheers.
Mr. Wheeler: It's a beautiful night for the dance.
Mrs. Wheeler: Yes, it is. I'm glad it stopped raining.
Mr. Wheeler: It's as if Mr. Crane ordered up warm, clear skies.
Mrs. Wheeler: That would be just like him, wouldn't it?
Mr. Wheeler: Maybe he's got a deal, a hotline with the man upstairs.
Mrs. Wheeler: Hmm, I doubt that Alistair, you know, has much consort with the man upstairs. I think most of his friends are in the other direction.
Alistair: Oh, there you are. I've been looking everywhere. Come dance with me.
Mrs.. Wheeler: Of course.
Alistair: Why do you waste so much time with the hired help?
Mrs. Wheeler: I like talking to everyone. It's nice having another perspective on life.
Alistair: Don't do it anymore. It's not appropriate for a woman of your standing to stoop so low. That's why I hate these dances, having to mingle with the common folk. It's distasteful.
Mrs. Wheeler: I disagree. I enjoy it.
Alistair: How can you? This is all so beneath you. Hmm, I'll never understand you.
Mrs. Wheeler: I know.
Mrs. Wheeler: Hmm. I'll never forget that night.
Mr. Wheeler: Neither will I. It was the first night of the happiest time of my life.
Mrs. Wheeler: And if no one finds us, we will live happily ever after.
Man: Mr. Crane, I have some disturbing news. I located the natives.
Alistair: No. It can't be, not after all these years.
Man: I'm afraid it is. They're restless, talking about coming back to Harmony.
Alistair: They'll come back over my dead body!
Gwen: Theresa, you look downright terrified. Why are you so scared of a simple blood test?
Theresa: You know, I -- I hate -- I hate needles, Gwen, I do. I hate them. Right, Whitney? You can tell her. You know, I've been afraid of them ever since I was a little girl. Right
Whitney: Oh, right. I mean, when were in high school, I mean, I used to have to do all of her home-ec sewing projects for her.
Theresa: Yeah, you know, I guess I just read, you know, too many of those fairy tales. You know the ones, right, with the witches and the poisonous needles and the spinning wheels.
Whitney: That's probably it, yeah.
Gwen: That's fine, that's fine. I totally understand because I hate needles, too, ok, but I had to get used to them when I was going through the fertility treatments when we were trying to have the baby that you stole from us. Theresa, I had to be injected with hormones twice a day, and you get used to it. Besides, if you really are pregnant, you're going to have to have blood drawn sometime.
Ethan: You know, that's true. I mean, blood tests are a normal part of prenatal care.
Theresa: Yeah, yeah, I know that, and I will be happy to do that when the time comes.
Gwen: Well, the time has come, and today's the day.
Theresa: What is it with you, Gwen? Why do you want me to take the test here? Why can't I just do it at the hospital?
Ethan: Theresa, what difference does it make where you do it?
Theresa: Well, because it's not sterile here.
Gwen: It's not sterile here? Theresa, please, the maids clean the house every day. It's perfectly sanitary. And you know what, the nurse will even sterilize your skin before she draws your blood.
Theresa: You know what -- no. No, no, it's not really a good time. You know what, I'll do it another time.
Gwen: Ok, you see what I'm talking about? She finds an excuse for everything because you're not pregnant.
Theresa: Yes, I am, Gwen!
Gwen: Theresa, almost nobody gets pregnant the first time they have an embryo implanted! You heard Dr. Russell last night. Ok, my eggs aren't even viable. So if my eggs aren't viable, how did it take root in you?
Theresa: I don't -- I don't know, ok, but it did, so can you just be happy about that?
Gwen: No, Theresa, because I don't believe you. I think you faked this whole thing.
Theresa: Well, I didn't. I'm pregnant.
Gwen: Then prove it.
Luis: I can't hear you, doc. Speak up.
Dr. Ackland: I can't.
Luis: Well, you've got a lot to lose -- your medical practice, that big, fancy mansion of yours, those -- those sports cars I see you driving around town.
Dr. Ackland: You just don't understand, do you? Mr. Crane is a very powerful man. If I betray him, he could kill me.
Luis: Well, I guarantee you that I will kill you if you don't. Look, I am not asking you to hold a press conference and announce it to the world. Just come with me and tell Sheridan. I promise I'll protect you.
Dr. Ackland: All right.
Dr. Ackland: But you -- you have to know that this was not my idea. This was not my idea. I -- I tried to talk Crane out of it, I did, but he -- he wouldn't take no for an answer. He threatened me. He threatened my family.
Luis: All right, there's no surprise there. Alistair thinks he owns this town and everyone in it. Look, the thing is if we stand together, he can't do a damn thing, ok? Now, tell me what you did to Sheridan.
Dr. Ackland: Uh -- ok. Um -- ok. First, he had me convince your brother that Sheridan should be admitted to the psych ward.
Luis: Did you think that she was that sick?
Dr. Ackland: No, no, no. I mean, I -- I knew she was emotionally unbalanced, but who wouldn't be after losing a baby? I mean, she was in denial. She thought another woman's child was hers, but I believed she needed psychiatric help. I did not believe she needed to be put in the hospital.
Luis: Ok, what did you do to her once she was admitted?
Dr. Ackland: Alistair made me give her a very powerful drug that made her groggy, confused. She couldn't -- she couldn't think straight.
Luis: I remember seeing her like that.
Dr. Ackland: That's -- that's not the worst of it there. He made -- he made me administer electroshock therapy on top of the medication. It was terrible. I hated myself for doing it.
Luis: How could he do that to his own flesh and blood?
Dr. Ackland: I asked him that. I asked him that same question. He told me it was none of my business.
Luis: I mean, how could a father hate his own daughter that much?
Dr. Ackland: He definitely hates you that much. He's -- I think he's frightened that you and Sheridan are going to get together and form a united front and discover something about his past.
Luis: Yeah, for good reason.
Dr. Ackland: He's determined to keep you two apart.
Luis: Well, he can't. I love Sheridan and she loves me.
Dr. Ackland: Not anymore she doesn't.
Luis: Well, you're wrong, all right? She's going to remember.
Dr. Ackland: No, she's not. Luis, she's not. Alistair had me wipe Sheridan's love for you out of her brain and replace it with love for your brother.
Luis: Oh, god. I knew it. She was brainwashed to forget that she loved me.
Antonio: All right, you ready?
Sheridan: Yes, ready.
Antonio: Good. St. Lisa's, here we come. Ok, this is the last bag, right?
Sheridan: Yeah, but I'll take it. There are some important things in there that I'd feel better if I could keep my eye on them.
Antonio: What kind of important things?
Sheridan: Just things.
Antonio: Oh, now you've got me curious. Hiding something from me?
Sheridan: No, I just --
Antonio: I'm sorry. [Antonio playfully tries to take the bag but knocks it from Sheridan's hands.]
Sheridan: No, I'll get it. [The photo of Luis spills onto the floor.]
Antonio: This is what's so important to you? A picture of Luis?
Tabitha: There now, my little witchling, you sleep tight and let me worry about our enemies south of the border. Hell's bells. Now those two saps are taking a trip down memory lane. Oh, soon they're going to get all melancholy and weepy and want to come back to Harmony. That would be a grave mistake. Do you hear me? Stay away. Harmony is a very dangerous place, especially for people like you.
Mr. Wheeler: You know, life is funny. On one hand, leaving Harmony was the hardest thing I ever did, but on the other hand, it was the easiest.
Mrs. Wheeler: Oh, I know. One minute, I was frozen with fear, and the next, it was -- I bolted as fast as I could.
Mr. Wheeler: Yeah, I went back and forth in my mind, too, second-guessing myself.
[Flashback to the Founder's Day Dance years ago.] [Music plays]
Mr. Wheeler: Won't be long now, darling. Just a little while longer, and I will take you away from all this.
Pilar: There you are. I've been looking everywhere for you. Where have you been?
Mr. Wheeler: I've been right here. Would you like to dance?
Pilar: I'd love to.
Mr. Wheeler: After you. Are you having a good time?
Pilar: Mm-hmm, I always have a wonderful time at the Founders' Day Dance. I just wish you wouldn't keep disappearing. What are you up to?
Mr. Wheeler: Just taking care of business. Nothing for you to worry about.
Mr. Wheeler: I wonder how we had the courage to do what we did.
Mrs. Wheeler: I don't know, but what I do know is we were young, we were passionate, we were impetuous, and nothing could have stopped us. Nothing.
Mr. Wheeler: I'm glad nothing did.
Mrs. Wheeler: Hmm.
Alistair: You're absolutely certain it's them?
Man: I'm positive. I'd know them anywhere.
Alistair: I can't believe it. After all these years. They must be so smug, thinking they've eluded me all this time, and now that I've found them, they're going to pay dearly for their betrayal.
Theresa: I can prove I'm pregnant.
Gwen: Good, then do it.
Theresa: This is ridiculous. I can take the test when it's time for me to go for my checkup.
Ethan: Theresa, this isn't really ridiculous. I mean, if you're pregnant, why would you object to a blood test?
Theresa: Look, I'm not objecting, Ethan. I will later.
Ethan: I think you should do it now.
Gwen: You look a little green around the gills. Something wrong?
Theresa: No, I'm just starting to feel a little sick to my stomach.
Gwen: Morning sickness?
Theresa: Yeah, yeah, that must be it.
Whitney: Theresa, honey, I'll stay with you while they draw the blood if you want.
Gwen: That's really nice of you, Whit. Theresa is really lucky to have such a good friend like you, you know?
Gwen: Well, that must be the nurse now.
Ethan: I'll let her in.
Gwen: Honey, I'll go with you. And don't worry, I'll make sure to tell the nurse to go easy on our little patient. You stay put. Don't even think about trying to weasel out of this.
Theresa: And why would I do that, Gwen?
Gwen: One good reason -- you're lying and you're not really pregnant with our child, but we will be back in a jiff, and we'll find out. [Gwen and Ethan leave to get the nurse.]
Theresa: I can't take that blood test, Whitney.
Whitney: Honey, why not? You already took a home pregnancy test and it was positive, so what are you worried about?
Theresa: It's -- it's a little too soon. My hormones -- they may not be high enough to register. I don't think that they're going to register at all.
Whitney: Ok, what are you talking about? If your hormones register for a home pregnancy test, surely they'll register for a more sophisticated blood test.
Theresa: Not necessarily.
Whitney: Ok, you're not making any sense. What is going -- ok. I know what's going on here. You're up to something again, aren't you? And I'm not going to like it, am I?
Sheridan: Antonio, I'm -- I'm sorry. I didn't mean for you to see this.
Antonio: I just can't believe that you'd carry around a picture of my brother.
Sheridan: I don't. I just found it and decided to take it.
Antonio: Why? I mean, the whole reason and point behind us going to St. Lisa's is so we can forget about the past and move on with our lives, but it doesn't seem like you're going to be able to do that because you still have feelings for Luis.
Sheridan: Antonio, I already told you, how could I not? I -- we used to be in love.
Antonio: Well, it seems to me like you still are.
Sheridan: No. No, I'm not, all right? I love you. But I do still care about Luis -- as my brother-in-law, and I just wish that we could all be friends, you know, family, maybe try and get along.
Antonio: Let me tell you something, that's not going to happen. You're my wife. I am not going to be constantly looking over my shoulder, trying to figure out if Luis is still stalking you or not.
Sheridan: I just can't stand this rift that's become between you and Luis.
Antonio: Know what, maybe -- maybe we shouldn't go to St. Lisa's at all. Maybe I should stay here and just finish this out with Luis once and for all.
Sheridan: Oh, no, no, Antonio, you two will kill each other, all right? We are leaving town right now.
Luis: I knew that you guys had messed with Sheridan's head, but to completely wipe out her love for me? What -- what kind of sick person does that?
Dr. Ackland: I told you, it was not my idea. It was Alistair's.
Luis: You know what, it doesn't matter because you are going to completely undo everything that you did to her.
Dr. Ackland: I'm sorry, I can't. I can't do that.
Luis: Why not?
Dr. Ackland: The human mind is an extremely fragile thing, Luis. The procedure by which I altered Sheridan's memories in the first place is extremely stressful. I'm quite frankly surprised she came through as well as she did the first time. I cannot just go back in there and do it again. It could cause irreparable damage. It could result in a complete nervous breakdown.
Luis: I love Sheridan, and she loves me. Does that not mean anything to you?
Dr. Ackland: Of course it does. I love my own wife very much. I can't imagine how I would feel if she suddenly forgot her love for me.
Luis: All right, then help me, ok, please?
Dr. Ackland: The only person that can help Sheridan is Sheridan. It's possible she could remember --
Dr. Ackland: If she's around you often enough, if she's around you long enough, then it could stir some memories. Given enough time, no, she could remember her love for you.
Luis: I don't have time, ok? Sheridan is going with Antonio today. I may never see her again.
Dr. Ackland: Then I'm sorry. There's nothing I can do.
Luis: No, you know what -- there is something you can do. You're coming with me.
Dr. Ackland: Where? Where?
Luis: You're coming with me to tell Sheridan.
Dr. Ackland: No, no, no, that's too dangerous. Alistair --
Luis: No, you know what, you have no idea how dangerous I can be. And trust me on this, you do not want to find out. Now, come on. We're going to tell Sheridan everything.
Whitney: Theresa, tell me what you've done this time.
Theresa: Look, I can explain later, ok, but we've just got to get out of here before that nurse comes upstairs. I cannot take that blood test, you know?
Whitney: Why not?
Theresa: I'll tell you on the way out, ok? Come on. Ok, let's go.
Gwen: Where you going?
Ethan: Theresa, what are you doing here?
Gwen: I suspect she's trying to escape so she can avoid the blood test. But it's too late for that, Theresa. The nurse from the lab is already here.
Theresa: You're really going to force me to do this.
Gwen: Oh, you bet I am.
Theresa: Well, you know what? You're wasting your time.
Ethan: Look, Theresa, just do it. Just get it over with. If you're telling the truth, this will prove it.
Nurse: I'll try to make this as painless as possible.
Tabitha: If this pair is stupid enough to come back to town, I'm not going to be the only one who's unhappy about it.
[Rumbling from the "boys" in the basement.]
Tabitha: Oh. I know. I know. You don't have to tell me. I know you're annoyed. But I'm talking about a mortal here, the most ruthless mortal I know -- Mr.. Alistair Crane. He's going to be as furious as you boys downstairs when he finds out what's going on down Mexico way.
Alistair: You're absolutely positive about their identity?
Man: There's no question in my mind at all.
Alistair: Then you know what you have to do. Eliminate them. They must never set foot in Harmony again.
Mrs. Wheeler: I wonder what would've happened if we'd never left Harmony.
Mr. Wheeler: Oh, we can't afford to play the what-if game. We did leave Harmony and we can't ever go back.
Mrs. Wheeler: And all the ones we left behind will never understand?
Mr. Wheeler: They'd be crushed.
Mrs. Wheeler: They would probably want to crush us.
Sheridan: Antonio, let's just go, all right? I can't let you and Luis continually be at each other's throats. Look, if this picture bothers you that much, I'll just get rid of it. [Sheridan hesitantly drops the photo into the trashcan.]
Sheridan: There, all right? Luis is in the past. We won't even talk about him. From now on, it's just you and me and the beaches of St. Lisa's.
Antonio: Good. Good. Now, you and I are going to have a wonderful time on St. Lisa's, ok? You know I love you, right?
Sheridan: I love you.
Antonio: Ok, let's go to the airport.
Sheridan: Wait, wait, did you say goodbye to your mother?
Antonio: Yeah, I told her we were leaving. She knows.
Sheridan: Yeah, but that was before everything happened, before she got sick. Your mother almost died.
Antonio: Yes, and thank goodness for that experimental drug. The doctor said she was going to make a full recovery.
Sheridan: But what if, god forbid, your mother had a relapse and you never got to say goodbye to her? I mean, that would really make you feel guilty.
Antonio: Sheridan, that's just --
Sheridan: Are you're still upset that your mother wanted Luis to be with me instead of you?
Antonio: No. No, because we kind of talked about that one when I thought she was dying. I asked her if she would forgive me for being angry at her, and she said she would.
Sheridan: Great. So things are good between you two then?
Antonio: As good as they can be, I guess. I just want you to know I'm not probably ever going to be close to anybody in my family ever again.
Sheridan: Antonio, family is the most important thing in the world. And I know you love them and I know how much you love your mother. Please, just go and say a proper goodbye to her. It won't take long and it would mean so much to her.
Antonio: All right. I guess you're right. So you want to come with me?
Sheridan: No. I think you should go and spend some time with your mother.
Antonio: Ok. I'll be back later.
Sheridan: Ok. I love you. [Antonio leaves for the hospital.]
Sheridan: Antonio's right, Luis. I have to put the past behind me, forever. Goodbye.
[Knock on door]
Sheridan: What, did you forget your keys? Luis.
Luis: I need to talk to you.
Sheridan: No, no, no. You cannot be here, all right? Antonio and I are leaving for St. Lisa's today, and if he catches you here, he will kill you.
Luis: Yeah, well, that's a chance I'm just going to have to take because I'm not leaving here until you talk to Dr. Ackland.
Sheridan: The therapist? Why?
Luis: So he can tell you exactly what he did to you in that hospital that your father insisted that he do to you.
Sheridan: Luis, not this again. Look, you've had plenty of opportunities to prove this conspiracy theory that you have between my father and Dr. Ackland, but so far you haven't been able to deliver.
Luis: Now I can. Now I can prove that he made you think that you love Antonio and not me.
Sheridan: No. Luis, I do love Antonio.
Luis: No, you love me.
NEXT ON PASSIONS:
Whitney: I mean, if you're pregnant now, whose baby is it?
Mr. Wheeler: We can't turn back time. All we can do is push forward from here.
Mrs. Wheeler: Continuing to lie about who we really are, even to Paloma?
Mr. Wheeler: No one can know who we are, especially Paloma.
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