Passions Transcript Monday 6/21/04
proofread by Laurie
T.C.: You know, I don't ever remember seeing this picture before. Eve, do you know who this woman and this little girl are?
Eve: No, I don't recognize either of them.
Liz: Really, Eve? I could be wrong, but it seems like this girl looks an awful lot like you.
Eve: Don't be silly. She looks nothing like me.
T.C.: You know what, Liz? I think you're right. This little girl does look like you, sweetheart.
[Chad talking on his cell phone.]
Chad: Whoo. Man, it's coming down out there. All right. Let's see.
Chad: Yeah, I know. I'm working on it. And thank you for ruining the start of my romantic weekend with Whitney. I just wish I didn't have to leave Whitney up at the Seacliff Inn to come down here and do this. But, you know, the work has got to be done, and I need the money.
Chad: Well, at least Whitney won't be alone. Got my good friend Fox to keep her company. I know I can trust him to look after her, keep her entertained till I finish up here.
Whitney: What is this? Oh, my god, Fox has a hidden agenda. I can't believe this.
Fox: Well, apparently, they didn't have any diet soda, so I just got high test. What are you doing?
Whitney: Well, I was just about to ask you the same question. Fox, what are you up to?
[Luis is waiting for Sheridan at the Seacliff Inn.]
[Knock on door]
Luis: Sheridan? Oh, hey.
Chambermaid: Here's the champagne you ordered, sir.
Luis: Great. Thank you.
Chambermaid: Ah. So, when is the lucky young lady arriving?
Luis: Oh, any minute now. We're finally going to be together. Yep, nothing's going to keep us apart this time.
Sheridan: Antonio, you can't honestly think that you're going to get away with kidnapping me.
Antonio: Well, Luis kidnapped you and got away with it, manipulated you into thinking you love him, but you don't, Sheridan. You love me, and I'm going to prove it to you.
Sheridan: I'm sorry, Antonio, but I do love him. I remembered.
Antonio: No, Sheridan. He confused you when you were on that island with him.
Sheridan: No! He just wanted to have some time alone with me so that I could remember my love for him, and I did.
Antonio: Let me tell you something -- I will see Luis dead before I see him with you.
Sheridan: You know what? We're going to end up dead if you don't slow this car down! Is that what you want?
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.
Sheridan: My god, Antonio, you almost hit that tree.
Antonio: Well, I didn't, did I?
Sheridan: Look, you're upset. Now, I understand that, but that's why you shouldn't be driving when you're so emotional, so please just slow down before you get us both killed.
Antonio: Sheridan, I promise nothing's going to happen to you, ok?
Sheridan: So, what, you're just going to take me away like this against my will?
Antonio: I'm taking you away so Luis can't confuse you anymore.
Sheridan: I am not confused! I'm sorry, but I remember that I love Luis, so please, please just take me home!
Antonio: No, Sheridan, I'm taking you as far away from Luis as I possibly can, so he can't mess with your mind anymore. You're going to realize that I am the man you love, not him.
Sheridan: No. No, this isn't the way.
Antonio: Damn it, it's the cops.
Sheridan: It's probably Luis. He must have figured out what happened and he's coming for me.
Antonio: You know what? He's going to have to catch us first.
Luis: Thank you so much.
Chambermaid: Oh, thank you, sir.
Chambermaid: Boy, it sure is bad out there.
Chambermaid: I hope your lady gets here soon.
Luis: Yeah, so do I. Maybe I'd better call her.
Sheridan: Antonio, you really should stop. You'll get arrested for running from the police.
Sheridan: Antonio -- stop! That could've been Luis. [Antonio grabs the phone and throws it away.]
Antonio: You know what, it probably was my brother, but there's no way in hell I'm going to ever let you talk to him again.
Sheridan: Antonio, you are not thinking straight, ok, so please just pull over and we'll talk.
Antonio: Oh, we're going to talk. We're going to talk when we're far away, someplace far enough away where Luis will never find us, ever.
Luis: Why isn't Sheridan picking up?
Chad: What the -- what the hell? Great, the power's out. Guess I got to start up the generator. This job's going to take forever. I just hope Whitney's not too bored.
Whitney: Fox, what is this?
Fox: What is what?
Whitney: What is this?
Fox: Are you referring to something that you read off of my laptop?
Whitney: Yes, Fox, you know I am. Look, I'm sorry for being nosy, but you said you were expecting an important email, and when your laptop beeped that you had an email, I thought I should check it for you.
Fox: That was awfully considerate of you.
Whitney: Well, now that I've seen it, I want to know what it means. Now, look, I'm not, like, a math genius or anything like that, but it looks to me like you're skimming Crane corporate money to fund some woman's bank account.
Whitney: You heard me. You're giving money to some woman named Mimi. All I know is, did Theresa know about this? I mean, is that the real reason the two of you broke up, huh? Or is Mimi the woman that you've been carrying on about for so long, your secret love?
T.C.: Sweetheart, take a look at this little girl in the picture. Doesn't she look like you?
Liz: Oh, I agree with T.C. I think she looks exactly like you. Are you sure she's not?
Eve: Don't be silly, Liz. She looks nothing like me.
Liz: You know what, let's take a look at the back. Sometimes, people write the names on the back of their pictures. That way when their children grow up, they can know their ancestors. Maybe you can get the back off, T.C.
T.C.: You know what, Liz, that is a very good idea, because I know we always write the names and the dates for our kids. Our girls grow up so fast, you don't know how old they are when they're in the photo.
Eve: Well, that's definitely not me in the picture.
Liz: Oh, unless, of course, you don't remember the picture being taken.
Eve: I'm sure that I would, and who cares who's in the picture, anyway. It's probably just something I picked from a garage sale because I liked the frame. T.C., You will be careful not to break the frame, won't you?
T.C.: Yeah, sweetheart, I'll be very careful. It's coming off pretty easily here. Well, let's see what we got here. Would you -- wow, right here. It says "Aunt Irma and Eve."
Liz: Well, what do you know? It is Eve, after all. Now, why were you so insistent that it wasn't?
Liz: Why were you so positive that it wasn't you, Eve?
Eve: Well, I really don't remember ever seeing this picture before.
Liz: Oh, come on, you must have seen it before. I mean, after all, it was right here in one of the drawers.
Eve: I said I don't remember it. And if it is me, I was just a child when it was taken.
Liz: You mean you don't recognize your own Aunt, Aunt Irma?
Eve: No. As I said, I was just a child when it was taken.
T.C.: Isn't this a coincidence? We were just talking about your Aunt Irma.
Liz: Yes, we were. You said she died, didn't you?
Eve: Yes, I do seem to remember hearing that she passed away a while ago, yes.
Liz: What a shame.
T.C.: Sweetheart, it is a shame because you always told us that you didn't have any close relatives that were alive that you knew of.
Liz: Is that a fact?
T.C.: You know, I think it'd have been very nice for the girls to have met this Aunt Irma. I mean, she could've told the girls all about you, Eve, how you were when you were a little girl.
Liz: Oh, my, yes, that would've been a treat for the girls to be able to hear all about their mommy -- the whole truth.
Whitney: Well? Are you going to tell me who this Mimi is or not?
Fox: Well, it's not what you think, Whitney.
Whitney: Oh, no? Ok, then what is it? Who is she?
Fox: Well -- well, it's kind of complicated.
Whitney: Fox, I'm up to it, ok, so just lay it on me. I think I can handle something as complicated as you supporting your girlfriend by stealing from your family's companies.
Fox: Yeah, that's not what I'm doing.
Whitney: Ok, it's not?
Whitney: Ok, if Mimi's not your girlfriend, then who? What, what, are you in some sort of trouble or something?
Fox: Trouble? No!
Whitney: Look, I know that you gamble, ok, or you used to. Are you in debt to this Mimi, or is she blackmailing you or something? Is she some sort of gold digger?
Fox: You've got an imagination on you, don't you?
Whitney: Look, does your father or grandfather know anything about this?
Fox: No, actually, they don't know anything about it. I think if they found out about it, they'd probably have me hanged.
Whitney: Exactly, exactly. I knew it. This is worse than I thought if you're worried about your father and grandfather not knowing about it.
Fox: Whitney, Mimi's not a woman. At least not one woman. It's many women and children.
Whitney: Wait a minute. So you're telling me that you have children by a bunch of different women? No, I don't believe this. I cannot believe I thought you were so much better than this, but you're not! You're just like all the other Crane men!
Fox: Whitney, it's --
Whitney: No, and you know what, I think Theresa is a lot better off without you!
Chambermaid: No answer?
Luis: No. Well, you know what, she's probably actually on her way up here and just ran into a bad cell reception area.
Chambermaid: I'm sure that's it.
Chambermaid: How long you two been together?
Luis: Oh, centuries, really.
Chambermaid: Centuries? I don't understand.
Luis: That does sound a little crazy, doesn't it? See, the thing is, well, we fell in love many times. Past lives.
Chambermaid: Past lives?
Luis: Yeah. Yeah, we were actually in ancient Egypt together and Rome, and we sailed the high seas during the days of pirates and, hell, we were even on the titanic.
Chambermaid: The titanic? You mean the ship that went down in the Atlantic so many years ago?
Luis: Yeah, that's the one! Yeah, you know, the thing is that there were always obstacles that got in our way, and, well, no matter what, our souls always managed to find each other.
Chambermaid: You must be the most romantic man in the whole world, to come up with a story like that.
Luis: Well, I told you it sounds crazy, but, you know, the thing is it's true, and, well, somehow, we were always torn apart by certain circumstances. There were, you know, people and, hell, even our own family members.
Chambermaid: Really? Your own family?
Luis: Yeah. Well, I think that's why our souls always come back, so, you know, hopefully in one lifetime, we can actually find happiness together.
Chambermaid: Oh. I hope you do.
Luis: Yeah. Well, you know what, I think we will. In fact, I think in this lifetime, we're actually going to get married and grow old together.
Luis: Yeah. Well, I just have to keep up hope that nothing tears us apart this time.
Sheridan: Antonio, this is crazy! Please stop the car!
Antonio: I'm sorry, Sheridan, I can't. Oh, good. They weren't following us.
Sheridan: Look, this is not going to work, ok? You can't keep me from Luis. You can't keep me from the man that I love.
Antonio: I'm not keeping you from the man that you love, Sheridan. You're with me. I'm the man you love. You just need some time to remember that.
Sheridan: Antonio, I'm sorry, but I love Luis. All right? You're a good man, and I love you, but it's just not the same way that I love Luis.
Antonio: Sheridan, you're just confused, that's all.
Sheridan: No, I'm not. I've never been so sure of anything in my life. Look, I'm sorry if it hurts you to hear that. I never meant for any of this to happen, but it did, and we -- we have to deal with it!
Antonio: Damn it, Sheridan, I am dealing with it in my own way. Now we're almost there.
Sheridan: Where? Where are you taking me?
Antonio: Right here.
Sheridan: The airport?
Sheridan: No. No, you can't make me. You can't make me go with you!
Antonio: Yes, I can.
Sheridan: No, you can't!
Antonio: Damn it, Sheridan, get back here! Sheridan! ,
Liz: Wonder how this Aunt Irma died.
Eve: I don't remember hearing how. Old age, I'd imagine.
T.C.: So, honey, was she your last living relative?
Eve: I guess so. As far as I know, I don't have any family left.
Liz: Really? No one? Not a distant cousin or a forgotten aunt locked away in a home somewhere?
Eve: No. As far as I know, there's no one.
Liz: That's such a shame.
T.C.: Hey, guys, how about if I get us some more wine?
Liz: I'd love some, T.C. I'll help you pick out a bottle.
T.C.: Sure, come on.
Eve: Oh, god. Oh, god. Oh, god, please pick up. Pick up! I need some answers now. Please.
Whitney: You know, I had no idea that you were such a creep, you know, to be keeping a bunch of women and have a bunch of children running around!
Fox: Ok, Whitney, look, I'm not keeping anyone, all right? The only thing I'm keeping is a secret from my father and grandfather because I'm afraid if they find out about project Mimi, they'll crush it before I have a chance to get it off the ground.
Whitney: "Project Mimi"?
Whitney: That's what you call all your girlfriends? Oh, my god, you are cold, I tell you.
Fox: Wait, Whitney, look, it's not a bunch of girlfriends, ok? Honest, it's a project. Look, remember when I told you that now that Theresa and I aren't dating anymore I'm going to focus more on my career? Do you remember? Ok, and remember when I told you that I had an interest in expanding the resorts division of Crane industries?
Whitney: Yeah. So?
Fox: So when we do start acquiring more resorts, I figure we're going to need to staff them properly, which means taking care of the staff. So I just want to make sure that they have good benefits. I want them to have afterschool programs, I want them to have daycare, a comprehensive health care plan.
Whitney: So that's project Mimi?
Fox: Yeah, that's project Mimi. I was kind of hoping that if it worked for the resorts division, you know, maybe it'll spill over into the entire Crane brand. I'm kind of excited about that.
Whitney: So why do you call it Mimi?
Fox: Oh. Um -- well, I named it after the young heroine in "La Boheme" that dies. It's just a code name for now, but I'm hoping that if my father or grandfather stumble across it like you did, maybe they'll make the same mistake that you did and -- and just think that I'm up to no good.
Whitney: Instead of them thinking that you are actually doing some good.
Whitney: Well, Fox, you definitely are full of surprises. I'm impressed. Embarrassed, but definitely impressed.
Luis: Where are you, Sheridan? I can't wait to start our lives together. We've had so many chances. Something always got in the way. But you know what? This time's going to be different. This time, we're going to be together and we're going to live happily ever after.
Sheridan: No, Antonio, please let go of me!
Antonio: No, you are going with me, Sheridan.
Sheridan: No, you can't do this to me!
Antonio: Look, I'm not going to hurt you. I'm doing this to help you.
Sheridan: You are not helping me, though!
Antonio: You are not going to be happy with Luis. I can make you happy, ok?
Sheridan: Yes, yes, I can. I love Luis!
Antonio: You're going to forget all about him when we get where we're going. Now, look, I want to spend the rest of my life making you as happy as I possibly can, ok?
Sheridan: My god, no! Put me down! Where are you taking me?
Antonio: I don't know yet, but we're not coming back to Harmony ever!
Sheridan: Antonio, please don't do this to me. Please!
Antonio: No, Sheridan, just sit down. I told you, this is for your own good, ok?
Sheridan: No! [Antonio straps Sheridan into an airplane seat.]
Pilot: Good evening, sir. Are we ready for takeoff?
Antonio: Yes, yes, we are. Just a minute. If you can just keep an eye on her. You know your orders.
Pilot: Absolutely, sir. Everything's under control.
Antonio: Ok, don't let her get up, don't let her leave, ok? Thank you.
Sheridan: Please, you have to let me go! My husband is kidnapping me!
Pilot: Yes, I know, miss, and I think it's pretty romantic, if you ask me.
Pilot: Yes, your husband whisking you off on a second honeymoon?
Sheridan: No, no, no, this is not a second honeymoon, ok? My husband is really trying to kidnap me!
Pilot: You sound just like my wife. You think the world will spin out of control because you're not here to take care of things. But trust me, everything will be just fine as long as you're off having a good time.
Sheridan: No, no, no, you -- you are not listening to me. I'm not going to have a good time! I'm being taken away from my home, from the man that I love, all right? If I go, I will never be able to come back!
Pilot: I --
Sheridan: You can't listen to Antonio! He's kidnapping me!
Pilot: I doubt that, miss. And besides, I take my orders from your father, Alistair Crane.
Sheridan: Oh, my god. Of course. My father. Of course he'd be behind this.
Pilot: That's the control tower. I have to check in. Now, you just stay put. We don't want your husband to get mad at us, now, do we?
Sheridan: Ugh! Ugh! Damn it! I don't know the code. The phone. [Sheridan can't get the electronically locked door to open.]
Sheridan: Luis, you have to help me.
Luis: What's wrong? Where are you?
Sheridan: He's taking me away, all right? I can't get the door open. You have to help me, please.
Luis: Wait, Sheridan, hold on. Just slow down, ok, and tell me what's going on. Now, who's taking you away and where are you?
Sheridan: Ok, I'm on my father's jet. The pilot won't let me leave. Antonio has kidnapped me and he's taking me away. I can't talk loud.
Luis: He's taking you where?
Sheridan: I don't know. But please, you have to help me. You have to get the police here to the airport as soon as you can.
Luis: All right, Sheridan, I'm on my way!
Sheridan: No, no, no, you can't come because if Antonio sees you, he will kill you, all right? Just please send the police, and have them hurry because I'm afraid that if this plane takes off, no one will ever see me again.
Pilot: Don't spoil the fun, miss.
Luis: Sheridan? Sheridan! Damn it.
Eve: Please pick up the damn phone.
Woman: Shady Elms Assisted Living.
Eve: Hi. This is Dr. Eve Russell, and I'm calling about my Aunt, Irma
Nurse: Oh, she's fine, Dr. Russell, just as ornery as ever.
Eve: That's good. That's good. I'm just calling -- I wanted to know if she's had any visitors lately.
Nurse: Visitors? No, I don't think so. You're the only one who visits her, Dr. Russell.
Eve: Ok, good. Thank you. And -- and tell my Aunt Irma that I'll be out there to see her real soon.
Nurse: I will. Oh, Molly.
Nurse: That was that nice Dr. Russell calling about her aunt.
Molly: Oh, good. Well, how is Dr. Russell?
Nurse: She sounded fine. She was asking me if Irma's had any visitors lately, and I said no.
Molly: Oh, well, that's not true. Actually, Irma has had a visitor recently, yeah.
Nurse: Oh, I didn't know.
Molly: Yeah, Dr. Russell's half sister, a lovely young woman -- Liz something. Can't remember her last name. But it was so nice for Irma to have another visitor, you know, to see a fresh face. Yeah.
Eve: For a minute there, I thought Liz had found aunt Irma. Thank god she didn't. Liz is just fishing because she found this photograph. Fishing as usual.
Whitney: Excuse me. Hello?
Chad: Hey, baby, it's me.
Whitney: Hey! So, come on, what's going on? When are you going to be up here?
Chad: I don't know. I'm having a little trouble here. The power's off from the storm and the computer keeps crashing.
Whitney: Oh. Well, what time do you think you'll make it?
Chad: I'm sorry, but looks like I'm going to be stuck here till tomorrow morning. You going to be all right till I get there?
Whitney: Oh, baby, I'm sorry, but, yeah, no, no, I'll be fine.
Chad: I'm really sorry, baby. I hope you understand.
Whitney: No, I understand. Besides, you know what, the rain isn't letting up at all. It'd be crazy for you to try to drive all the way up here tonight.
Chad: Yeah. Hey, listen, you know, maybe Fox can get a room, stay the night, you know, keep you company.
Whitney: Oh, I don't think that's necessary. I mean, I'll be fine here alone.
Chad: It'd make me feel better. Come on, ask him.
Whitney: Ok. Chad isn't going to make it up here tonight --
Whitney: So he was wondering if you wouldn't mind getting a room and staying here to keep me company.
Fox: Yeah. Yeah, sure, no problem.
Whitney: Ok, thanks.
Whitney: Fox said fine, no problem.
Chad: Good, because I'd feel real lousy having you rattling around there all by yourself, no one to talk to. All right, tell him thanks for me. And, baby, thank you for understanding. I'll be there as soon as I can.
Whitney: I know. I'll miss you.
Chad: I miss you, too. I love you.
Whitney: Me, too. Well, Chad told me to tell you thank you.
Fox: Oh, good, yeah.
Whitney: And you know what, if this is too much of an imposition, it's totally --
Fox: No, no, it's not at all. It's a good thing. It'll give me a chance to check this place out a little more.
Fox: So, I'm just going to -- I'm going to get Mr. Munson on the phone. I'll make a phone call right now and I'll get myself a room, no problem. Front -- yeah, can I have Mr. Munson, please? Mr. Munson, hey, yeah, it's Fox Crane. Listen, slight change of plans. I'm going to need a room for the night, if that's -- oh, really? You only have one room? Ok. No, no, it's -- it's ok. Thanks. Um -- well, there you have it. Apparently, there's no rooms available, so ----
Whitney: Oh. Um --
Fox: No, it's ok. You know what, I'll just crash in a chair in the lobby. I'll just do that.
Whitney: No. Fox, that's crazy. Why don't you just stay here?
Fox: Stay here in the room?
Whitney: Yeah, sure. Yeah, stay here in the room.
Fox: Um -- yeah, I don't know. Ok, yeah, I could sleep on the floor. That's fine.
Whitney: Well, that doesn't sound very comfortable. I mean, besides, I'd feel guilty lying up on that big bed all by myself, sleeping, while you're tossing and turning on the floor.
Fox: Yeah, I think the floor's healthier, actually.
Whitney: Why can't we both just sleep in the bed?
Fox: Why can't we both sleep on -- I think Chad would probably kill me, for one.
Whitney: Oh, come on, Fox, we're friends. I trust you, and so does Chad. Besides, it's not like you're going to make a move on me or anything, right?
Fox: Right. Yeah.
Whitney: Well, we'll take that idea from "it happened one night."
Fox: You want to hang a sheet up to separate the bed?
Whitney: Exactly. We'll string a sheet up between us for privacy. It'll be fine. What do you think?
Fox: Yeah. Sounds good.
Whitney: Ok. Now, I guess we need to find a string or a rope or something to hang the sheet up.
Whitney: Ok, what did they call it in that movie, the wall of Jericho, right?
Fox: Yeah, yeah. With any luck, they'll come tumbling down.
Whitney: Ok, what do you think?
Fox: Well, I think it looks perfect.
Whitney: Yeah, see? Now there's no reason at all we can't both get a good night's sleep tonight.
Fox: No reason at all.
Fox: What, no, you're staring at me. You still suspicious over this whole Mimi thing?
Whitney: No. No. I'm not.
Whitney: I'm going to sit down and do my nails, if that's cool.
Fox: Oh, that's cool, yeah.
Fox: Sure. Ok, so tell me, what is all this stuff?
Whitney: Oh, it's goodies I got from Jessica.
Whitney: She's a Mark representative, and, you know, she's doing really well with it. It's no wonder. They've got lots of great makeup and other products, you know.
Fox: Well, good. Good for her. You know us Cranes -- we like to see nothing better than capitalism in action, right?
Whitney: Well, you know, I just want to say that I'm really sorry I reacted the way I did before, thinking you were such a jerk and everything.
Fox: Well, it's ok. I have to admit, though, I was a little bit hurt when I thought that you thought so little of me, but what are you going to do?
Whitney: I don't know why I reacted that way. I mean, I jumped to conclusions. I know that you're a good guy -- you know what I'm saying? -- Despite what other people say.
Fox: Despite -- wait a minute, hold on. What do other people say, exactly?
Whitney: Oh, come on, you know.
Whitney: You're a Crane. You got tons of women in every city in the world.
Fox: Is that right?
Whitney: Mm-hmm, and you're kind of cocky, too.
Fox: I'm kind of cocky, too?
Whitney: I'm just telling you what people say. Besides, I don't think there's anything wrong being cocky if you have a reason to be.
Fox: Oh, really?
Fox: Well, what reason would I have reason to be?
Whitney: Well -- um -- you're handsome.
Fox: I'm what?
Whitney: I said handsome. You're charming. You make people laugh. And now I know that you're a good person and you have a good heart.
Fox: Ok, but that last part -- just don't tell anybody, ok? I mean, I still am a Crane. I have a reputation to uphold. You know, we're ogres.
Whitney: Well, you don't fool me. And you won't fool other people by doing things like this Project Mimi, either.
Fox: Yeah, well, I have to get it up off the ground first, but one of these days, I'm hoping I can change the Crane image.
Whitney: I hope you can. Oh!
Liz: You know, Eve, I was thinking while I was in the kitchen that everyone should have close relatives, you know? It gives one such a sense of self, a sense of belonging in this big old scary world.
T.C.: You know, I think Liz is right. I lost most of my relatives, and I feel really bad that the girls don't have any real extended family.
Liz: It is a shame, and since, Eve, you're not sure whether you have any living relatives or not, I've decided to make it my mission to try and dig some up.
Eve: I beg your pardon?
Liz: You know, track down any of your long-lost relatives. I think it'll be fun, don't you?
Luis: I can't let that plane take off with Sheridan. I might never see her again. Damn it. Can't believe my crazy brother kidnapped her. Still, I'm going to put an end to Antonio once and for all.
Alistair: Is my daughter onboard?
Alistair: Good. Now remember, I want you to go as far away as you can, to the other side of the world, you understand? You have the fake passports, so no one will know who you are, and I'll send you more money as you need it.
Antonio: Look, Alistair, I appreciate the help, but --
Alistair: But -- but what?
Antonio: I just don't feel right about this -- kidnapping her, taking her against her will like that.
Alistair: Didn't Luis do exactly the same thing? Didn't he kidnap her and take her off against her will so he could get her all confused again, turn her against you, her own husband?
Antonio: Yeah, he did.
Alistair: Well, you'd better grab this chance to change Sheridan's mind. Convince her she loves you, not Luis!
Antonio: I don't know. I just don't feel right. I mean, it -- it's like she's a prisoner.
Alistair: Listen, if you blow this opportunity, you won't get another one. If you truly love my daughter, you'll do this for her own good.
Antonio: All right. All right, it is for her own good, isn't it?
Alistair: Well, of course it is. Now, go! Prove to Sheridan that her life will be better with you, her husband. Now, go! Go, go!
Antonio: All right, I'll try.
Alistair: You'll have to do a lot more than try if you want to save Sheridan's life.
Sheridan: Where are the police? I'm afraid if they don't get here soon, I'll never see Luis again.
Chad: Hang in there, baby. I'll be there as soon as I can.
Whitney: Well, we didn't get to finish watching that movie, but at least we got to steal that privacy idea, huh?
Whitney: Not much we can do without electricity. So I guess we should say good night.
Fox: Good night.
Whitney: Good night.
Eve: Liz, you don't really need to do that.
Liz: Oh, I know, but I'd like to help, really.
T.C.: You know, I think Liz is right. Sweetheart, you never have time at the hospital to do a search for your family members. So if Liz wants to do it, then why not?
Eve: Yes, but, sweetheart, remember when we looked years ago and we couldn't find anyone?
T.C.: Yeah, but it won't hurt to try again. Liz, if you want to, hey, you know, I'll even help.
Liz: Oh, that'll be wonderful, T.C. I'm sure between the two of us, we're bound to come up with something. We'll dig up some of your old lost relatives who knew you when. Oh, I can't wait to hear all the stories about what you were like when you were younger.
Antonio: Ok, we can leave now.
Pilot: Yes, sir. Have a seat and buckle up. We're on our way.
Sheridan: Antonio, please, don't do this to me.
Antonio: No, everything's going to be fine, Sheridan. You're going to feel a lot better once we get up in the air.
Sheridan: No, please. I'm begging you, let me off this plane!
Antonio: It's too late, Sheridan. We're leaving.
Sheridan: No, it's not too late. Make him stop! Please, I want to get off!
Luis: Sheridan? Sheridan, you here? Excuse me.
Mechanic: Yes, sir?
Luis: Have you seen the Crane jet?
Mechanic: Yes, sir, it's on the runway, about to take off.
Luis: Oh, no. Sheridan!
NEXT ON PASSIONS:
Luis: Antonio, where the hell are you taking Sheridan? Antonio, listen to me, damn it!
Fox: I've been dreaming about this for the longest time.
T.C.: There's nothing in your past that will ever come back and surprise me.
Liz: Life as you know it is about to be over.
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