Passions Transcript Wednesday 6/23/04

Passions Transcript Wednesday 6/23/04

by Eric
proofread by Laurie

Whitney: So you're going to do it. You're going to confess your love to this so-called mystery woman?

Fox: Yeah, I think so. Why not? Right, I mean, it's like you said -- what have I got to lose? She's with this other guy, and I don't think she's going to leave him.

Whitney: But, you know, if she never knows how you feel, how is she going to be able to make the right decision for herself? I mean, you could be surprised and she could tell you that she's in love with you, too. She just had no idea she had a chance.

Fox: Yeah, I don't know, or maybe you're just talking crazy, you know, and -- as big an ego as I'm known for, I'm not banking on that one.

Whitney: Don't talk so down on yourself. You're amazing. You know, I can't think of any woman who wouldn't love to hear that you were in love with her.

Fox: Unless, of course, I'm a day late and a dollar short where she's concerned, you know. Then again, I think she's worth the risk. Whitney, I want to tell you how I feel.

Whitney: Me? I'm the woman you're in love with?


Chad: You know, I knew you were into jazz, but I never dug how big a part of your life it was.

Julian: Oh, I'm a complete novice. Just an appreciative fan, that's all. Perhaps if things had worked out differently, I --

Chad: You mean with this singer you were in love with when you were younger?

Julian: Yes.

Chad: Well, tell me something. Your relationship with this lady must have been pretty heavy duty. Why'd you let your father mess it up?

Julian: Sometimes you think you don't have a choice, and then you find out years too late that you did. You just didn't have the courage to take the hard road at the time.

Chad: That must sting.

Julian: More than you can imagine. Don't let that happen to you, Chad. Don't make any choices that can affect the rest of your life based on fear.

Chad: Well, I try not to.

Julian: You know, people will tell you that time heals all wounds, but that's not true when it comes to love. You never forget the love of your life no matter how many years pass, no matter how many curves life throws your way.

Chad: You know, when you talk about this singer, you have the same look in your eye you have when you're with Dr. Russell.

Julian: Well, we both know that it can't be Dr. Russell, because we know how she feels about music, singing in particular.

Chad: You know, maybe that's why Whitney's mother is so against her daughter having a singing career, maybe because she was a singer herself.

Julian: That's a bit of a stretch, Chad.

Chad: Tell me the truth, Mr. Crane. Is that what we're talking about here? Is Eve Russell the love of your life?


[Liz fantasizes about Irma's appearance at Eve's house.}

Irma: Some doctor you are! Do your patients know they're being treated by a drunk, a drug addict, a slut, a whore?

Eve: You stop saying those things! Stop it!

T.C.: Eve, who is this lady and why is she screaming these lies at you?

Liz: Answer him, Eve. Of all people, certainly your husband deserves an explanation.

Irma: Husband? You poor sap! Why did you buy the cow when you could have had the milk for free? She was giving it to all those other men.

T.C.: Listen here, lady, I don't care who you are, but you're not going to talk to my wife that way!

Irma: I'm too old and tired to be scared of anybody, buster. Besides, you ought to be glad to have me around. I mean, it seems like I'm the only one to tell you the truth about your missus, and it will curl your toes.

Liz's inner voice: At last, Eve. Time to pay the piper.


Luis: No, I can still see it from the towers. It's been circling for a while now. Well, my best guess is maybe it's heading off to Europe to land or refuel.

Alistair: If they were going to Europe, they're not going to get there now.


Luis: Oh, my god. What the hell just happened?

Man: It exploded! The damn plane exploded!

Luis: Sheridan! Oh, no. There's no way that the Crane jet just exploded in midair!

Man: I'm sorry, sir. That was the Crane aircraft. See for yourself. It's disappeared from the radar. And we won't know what happened until or unless we retrieve the black box, but I --

Luis: Oh, no. No, there's no way that Sheridan is dead. There is no way.


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.


Irma: The whore of babylon had nothing on you, Eve Johnson!

T.C.: All right, old lady. That is enough! Enough!

Eve: Please! No more!

[End of Liz's fantasy.]

[Fax machine starts]

Liz: Oh, great -- the consent form. Now all I need is Eve's signature -- the one I'm going to forge. Oh, once Aunt Irma meets T.C., the cat, shall we say, will be out of the bag!  Perfect. Canceled checks with Eve's signature -- excellent. That's just what I need to help fool those people at the assisted-living residence.


Eve: Oh, I just love my family so much. But will they still love me when they find out about my past with Julian? It's one thing for Whitney and Simone to find out that they have a brother they don't know anything about, but when they hear that I was hooked on drugs and alcohol and that I posed for pictures that I never thought would see the light of day -- no. No, there's no way they'll ever forgive me. Liz was awfully easy to get rid of tonight. Probably means she's planning something just awful for me. I don't know how I'm supposed to stop her, when the one thing that she wants in the world is to see me destroyed. Oh, I hope Julian finds our son before my whole world caves in on me.


Chad: You know, I've suspected this for a while now, but I haven't told anybody.

Julian: And you mustn't.

Chad: Then it's true? The woman you're talking about is Eve Russell?

Julian: She was Eve Johnson back then. It was a -- a long time ago. It was a lifetime ago, and you really can't tell anyone. It would be disastrous if the wrong people found out.

Chad: You mean like Whitney?

Julian: Well, like Whitney and her sister Simone, but mostly T.C. You see, T.C. believes he knows everything about Eve's past, and she's tried to tell him but at the same time, she's terrified that she'll lose him.

Chad: Well, no wonder. I mean, his wife with Julian Crane -- that's a pretty heavy-duty secret.

Julian: You know, I trust you with my confidence. I don't know why. I just do.

Chad: Well, I'm not going to tell anybody. You have my word. But this is going to come out anyway. Whitney already suspects you guys of having an affair behind her father's back.

Julian: No, but she's wrong. Eve and I have not been together like that since before she met and married T.C.

Chad: Whitney thinks differently, after all the times she's seen you guys together.

Julian: We've just been talking, we've been commiserating.

Chad: About what?

Julian: I've said too much already. The important thing now is Eve's future, not her past, and I will do anything I have to protect her and the ones that she loves.

Chad: Well, so will I when it comes to Whitney.

Julian: Right. You just stick close by her.

Chad: What are you talking about?

Julian: Just keep an eye on her. She and her mother may need someone to lean on and very soon.


Whitney: Is that what you're trying to tell me, Fox? That I'm the woman that you've been in love with all this time?

[Phone rings]

Whitney: It's probably Chad again.

Fox: Well, you better get it then.

Whitney: But you didn't answer my question. I mean, is it me? Am I the woman you're in love with or not?

Fox: Man -- boy -- oh, you got the wrong signal. I wasn't --

Whitney: You mean you weren't saying that --

Fox: No, I was -- I was only -- I was agreeing with you that -- I was saying that I agree with you that I should probably tell her and soon, you know. I -- I'm sorry. I didn't mean to scare you like that.


Whitney: Wow, because, you know, it kind of seemed to me like you --

Fox: You should probably get that phone call before you lose it.


Whitney: Hello.

Theresa: Hey, it's me. I hope I'm not interrupting anything between you and Chad, if you know what I mean.

Whitney: Oh. Actually, Chad's not here. He had to go back to Harmony to work on some music. I'm here with Fox right now.

Fox: Is that Theresa?

Whitney: Mm-hmm.

Fox: I'll give you guys some privacy. [Fox slips away.]

Whitney: Ok.

Theresa: Fox? You're kidding.

Whitney: Uh-uh, no. It's actually a coincidence. We were up here at the same time. Fox is trying to get his family to buy this place, and so he was up here, and when Chad had to go back to Harmony, he offered to stay here and keep me company.

Theresa: So how's he doing?

Whitney: He's fine. Why? Do you want to talk to him?

Theresa: Oh, no, no, there's nothing more to say, Whit.

Whitney: Are you sure about that? I mean, because you probably just let go of the best thing that ever happened to you.

Theresa: Unfortunately, Ethan's the best thing that ever happened to me, Whitney. He always was, and he always will be.

Whitney: Yeah, except for he's married and Fox isn't. You know what? I have a good idea. Why don't you come up here, you know? Why don't you come up here and hang out with Fox. You guys can chat, you know? Maybe you guys can even patch things up. I'll have Fox send a car for you right now, ok?

Theresa: Why do you want me to come up so badly? You're nervous about being alone with Fox?

Whitney: No, of course not.

Theresa: Who are you more scared of, Whitney, him or you?


Luis: I don't believe it.

Man: I'm sorry, but the Crane jet exploded.

Luis: Look, maybe there was just a small fire onboard and everyone got out.

Man: The plane disappeared from our radar screen.

Luis: Sheridan is alive, ok? I'm telling you she's alive.

Man: Nobody could survive a fireball like that, certainly not at that altitude.

Luis: Look, even if the plane blew apart, they -- they could have survived the fall to the ocean below. Now, call the coast guard.

Alistair: Waste of time, Luis.

Luis: You're behind this, aren't you?

Alistair: Caused the explosion that killed my daughter? What kind of monster do you think I am?

Luis: You're not going to get away with this. You will not kill the woman I love and live to take another breath, you hear me?

Luis: You killed an innocent pilot and my brother and your own daughter. How do you live with yourself?

Alistair: I do just fine, thank you.

Luis: You're not going anywhere, not ever again!  [Luis grabs Alistair.]

Alistair: Help! Help! This madman is trying to kill me!

Man: Hey, come on! Now, settle down!

Luis: You killed her! You killed your own daughter!

Alistair: I'd look into that temper of yours, Luis. Perhaps you and T.C. Russell could get a group discount if you both sign up for anger-management classes.   [Luis lunges for Alistair.]

Man: No, hey, hey, hey, hey! All right! All right! Ok? I don't think there's much chance, but if you want to alert the coast guard, we can see if there are any survivors in the water. How about that?

Luis: You call them, you tell them the coordinates where that plane went down. There could be survivors.

Man: I'm on it.

Luis: And I am not finished with you, not until you're six feet under. You hear me?

Man: Hey, good luck. I hope you find her.

Alistair: He won't, not in this lifetime anyway.


Liz: Oh, that's not quite it, but I'll get it.  [Practicing Eve's signature.]   How is it that eve has gotten away with everything bad she's ever done in her life? My world would have been so different if she hadn't abandoned me.

[Liz remembers a night her Father molested her while Eve was gone.]

Young Liz: Please! Daddy, no! Go away! Leave me be! Daddy, no! No!

[Flashback ends.]

Liz: It is your fault, Eve. He never would have dared if you'd stayed at home. Well, now it's your turn to know what it feels like to be all alone.


Eve: Now it's my turn to make a toast to you. To the world's best husband and father.

T.C.: And a snappy dancer.

Eve: Hmm. And the world's snappiest dancer.

T.C.: Well, I think that's my cue.

[Music plays]

T.C.: My love. Now, I would like to make another toast. To a lifetime, a lifetime of dancing together.

Eve's inner voice: I hope so, T.C.


Chad: You sound like you know there's a bomb going to be dropped on the Russell family. I mean, if so, let me know what to look for so I can try to stop it. What is it?

Julian: Just know that there are people out there who want to see Eve in pain, and in order to do so, they are willing to destroy her entire family.

Chad: Well, I don't get it. I mean, everybody in town loves and respects Dr. Russell. Who could hate her enough to want to hurt her like that?

Julian: Just stick close by Whitney.

Chad: I would anyway. In fact, you know, as soon as I get done here, the sooner I can get back to her. Yeah, I made these romantic reservations at the Seacliff Inn, but I had to leave her up there to come down here and do this. Luckily, we ran into Fox and he's going to keep her company till I get back.

Julian: Fox?

Chad: Yeah, he's a good friend. I know she'll be all right with him up there.

Julian: How apt my son's name is Fox. He's been asked to guard the hen house.

Chad: You say something, Mr. Crane?

Julian: No, nothing.


Whitney: God, Theresa, you are talking crazy.

Theresa: Am I? You know, Whitney, I always did suspect that there was something going on just beneath the surface between you and Fox.

Whitney: Look, you're nuts, ok? The reason I was trying to get you up here tonight, so that you could try to  work things out with Fox, is because I think that you guys are perfect for each other. You know, you make each other laugh. You guys get along so great. And besides, you know, he's the only guy that's been able to get your mind off Ethan for more than 10 minutes. Right?

Theresa: Yeah, but you're also forgetting something else we both have in common. We were on the rebound when we hooked up, so -- you know, I don't think he ever really got over that girl that he was really crazy about any more than I was over Ethan. You know, if you're so determined to find a woman for Fox, what about that mystery girl he was so in love with? Has he mentioned her at all?

Whitney: Actually, yeah, he has. He's been talking about her all night.

Theresa: Then the last thing that he wants is for me to go up there, Whitney. Let true love take its course.


[ Fox's phone rings]

Fox: Go.

Julian: This is your father.

Fox: Oh, well, looky there. What do you know? A rarer than rare communique from dear old dad. What's up?

Julian: Leave Whitney Russell alone. She and Chad love each other. Don't you dare try to come between them.


Theresa: So Fox is finally opening up about this mystery girl he was crazy about, huh?

Whitney: A little bit, yeah.

Theresa: Did he tell you her name?

Whitney: No, but he did tell me what she looks like.

Theresa: You know, that's a lot more than he ever told me. He must really trust you to open up like that, Whit.

Whitney: Oh, come on, Theresa. You know we're good friends.

Theresa: Well, yeah. I mean, that's how it started for us, too, you know? One night we were staying up late to cry on each other's shoulder, and the next thing I knew we were staying up late together and, you know --

Whitney: That is not going to happen with us.

Theresa: Oh, I know. I wasn't saying that it would. You know, you're kind of defensive when it comes to Fox, Whitney. If I didn't know how things were between you and Chad, I'd think that might have a thing for Fox.

Whitney: You know, Theresa, you're acting more ridiculous than usual.

Theresa: Hey, ok. You know, all I'm saying is if Chad were out of the picture, I think you might be interested in Fox.


Fox: Yeah, since when is my private life any of your business anyway?

Julian: Since it has anything to do with Eve Russell's daughter.

Fox: Ok, ok, great, so let me get this straight. It's ok for you to moon after the good Dr. Eve, even though she's married, but it's not ok for me to spend an evening with Whitney, keeping her company even though Chad's the one that made the arrangement?

Julian: Son, there's a big difference between what Chad meant by "filling in" and what you're thinking. Now, tell me I'm wrong. Tell me you haven't thought about putting the moves on Whitney this evening.

Fox: What are you talk-- you think I just want to sleep with her? Is that what you -- you really don't get it, do you? You have no idea.

Julian: Listen, I know your feelings for her are genuine.

Fox: I think about her all the time. And every time she's in the room with me, my heart jumps into my throat.

Julian: Promise me that you will leave her and Chad alone.

Fox: Yeah, sure, dad, no problem, and then you promise me that you're going to leave Dr. Russell alone.


[Music plays]

Eve: You know, we danced to this song at our wedding.

T.C.: Do you think for one minute that I would forget the happiest day of my life? Every day with you reminds me how blessed I am and how lucky I am to have you in my life.


Liz: That's it. I got it. Now no one can tell the difference between Eve's signature and my forgery. Aunt Irma's going on a little field trip, a field trip from which my hypocritical sister will never recover.


Man: I am so sorry, sir. I can't imagine what you must be thinking knowing that your daughter was on that plane.

Alistair: It's a terrible thing, a child dying before the parent.

Man: I feel awful for that Luis, too. I guess he couldn't accept what I told him, but there's no way on earth anyone could survive an explosion like that.

Alistair: But you did notify the coast guard?

Man: I told him I would, and I did. They're going to mount a search and rescue in the water beneath the jet explosion, but to be honest, they're not real hopeful, either.

[Alistair chuckles]

Alistair: I'd think not. Luis is a hopeless idiot if he thinks he's going to find Sheridan alive at sea. If she's in the ocean at all, she's fish food by now.

Luis: Sheridan! Antonio! Is anybody out there? Can you hear me? Wait, there's something in the water over here! Over here! Hurry! Sheridan!


Whitney: Me and Fox, huh? God, Theresa, where do you come up with this stuff?

Theresa: Hey, Whitney, I mean, you are always singing his praises.

Whitney: Yeah, well, I'm singing Chad's praises, too, right?  Chad is the man that I am in love with, ok? And I'd be with him right now if he didn't have to go back to Harmony to do some stuff with his music, but he will be back here by morning at the latest, ok?

Theresa: Which leaves the rest of the night for you and Fox.

Whitney: You know, will you please stop it? Ok, why would I ask you to come up here and spend time with Fox if I was jonesing for him myself, hmm?

Theresa: Because you're afraid of what you'll do with him if you're left alone with him all night.

Whitney: You are so off base I can't even tell you.

Theresa: Ok. If you say so. I'm going to turn in anyway. You have a good night, ok?

Whitney: Oh, I will. I will. As soon as Chad gets back, I definitely will. Good night, Theresa.


Julian: Touche, son. Who am I to tell you to turn off your feelings for a woman you can't have when I'm in precisely the same boat?

Fox: She's still under your skin, huh?

Julian: More than ever.

Fox: Yeah, well, listen, not that it's going to make you feel any better, but I've decided not to pursue my feelings for Whitney. She's very much back with Chad these days.

Julian: You're doing the right thing.

Fox: Well, now it's your turn. Look, whatever goes down between you and Dr. Russell affects Whitney in a big way, ok, so, I mean, look, she's already upset at the fact that you might be having an affair with her mother.

Julian: Well, she's wrong. She doesn't know the whole story.

Fox: Just make sure you don't do anything to hurt her, ok? Because if you did, I don't think I could just stand back and watch it happen.

Julian: Well, I understand. I'd do anything to protect her mother, as well.

Fox: It's something about these Russell women, huh?

Julian: You can say that again.


[Music plays]

Chad: Mr. Crane, I've got something I want you to hear. Check this out.

Julian: Only if you stop calling me Mr. Crane. Hey, it's perfect.

Chad: Thanks. You know, I still don't get how your father broke up you and Dr. Russell all those years ago.

Julian: Well, I told you. I was too much of a coward to stand up to him when he forced me to abandon her.

Chad: Even though you loved her?

Julian: Well, I was weak. I was too afraid of being disinherited, I suppose. God, I've regretted my cowardice every day of my life since then.

Chad: Yeah, I'd never let anyone come between me and Whitney, even Alistair Crane. You know, I don't care what your last name is. It doesn't give anyone the right to take what's not theirs.

Julian: You remember that, Chad. You always remember that. The cost of forgetting is too high.


[Music plays]

T.C.: Finally.

Eve: Finally what?

T.C.: Honey, you were so tense earlier. You're finally starting to relax.

Eve: Well, how could I not in your arms?

T.C.: Well, my romantic evening is still young.

Eve: Now what have you got up your sleeve?

T.C.: Well, how about if I just show you?


[Fax machine beeps and starts]

Liz: Good evening. I'm calling about Irma Johnson. Yes, that's right. I just faxed the permission slip with her niece's signature, Dr. Eve Russell? Uh-huh, you should be receiving it right now.

Nurse: It's right here, but you forgot to fill out what day you'd like for her outing.

Liz: Well, would it be all right if I talked with Irma and we could decide together?

Nurse: Of course. If you'll just hold on for a sec, I'll get her to come to the phone.

Liz: Thank you.

[Liz chuckles]

Liz: The countdown has begun. Eve's about to be knocked off her ever-so-high and precarious perch.


Luis: It's got to be Sheridan. I can't lose her again.

Luis: Oh, my god. I have lost her. I really have lost her this time.


Fox: So, listen, about that whole thing before, you know, when you thought you were the woman --

Whitney: Oh.

Fox: That I have been pining over this whole time --

Whitney: Yeah, yeah. I'm so embarrassed about -- no.

Fox: No, you don't have to be embarrassed about it.

Whitney: No! No, I am. I can't believe I jumped to such a stupid conclusion like that. I mean, I guess because you said she was African American -- talk about self-centered, right? Like I'm the only black person you know.

Fox: No, I don't think it's self-centered. I think it's perfectly logical, actually.

Whitney: You're just trying to make me feel better. Anyway, it's absolutely no problem, you know? I guess I was just kind of surprised when you said she was black. You just never mentioned that before.

Fox: Why were you surprised? That change your opinion of me or something?

Whitney: What, that you don't have a problem with a mixed relationship? No. Not at all. Besides, you know, I think someday in the near future it's not even going to matter if a white man is with a black woman or a black woman with a white man. It's not going to matter anyway.

Fox: Yeah, well, hopefully. But you don't share the same sentiment for my father and your mother, though.

Whitney: The problem I have with them is it's not about color. It's that they're sneaking around behind my father's back.

Fox: Whitney, what if your mother's telling the truth, you know? What if they're not having an affair?

Whitney: And I'm just supposed to believe that? After all the times I've caught them together, even kissing? For crying out loud, Fox, the only thing I haven't caught them doing -- I haven't caught them in bed, and they better hope I don't do that.

Fox: No, look, all I'm saying is, isn't it possible that their situation is more one-sided, that my father is in love with your mother, but she doesn't return his feelings? It's possible.

Whitney: Then why is she with him all the time? And you know what? Why are you all of a sudden defending him? Hmm?

Fox: No, listen, I'm just saying that maybe his feelings for her are genuine. I think they might be.

Whitney: Well, you know what? If he loves her so much, he ought to leave her alone and not try to break up her marriage from my father.

Fox: Well, sometimes that's hard to do when you love somebody so much.

Whitney: Oh, god. You know, what is with you tonight? You know, what is this, some Crane thing where you guys all get together and decide that just because you're a rich, waspy family it's ok for you to have whatever you want or whoever you want? Oh! No, no, now I think I get it.

Fox: What?

Whitney: This mystery woman -- she's married. That's why you're trying to rationalize that it's ok for you to break up her and her husband, because I never would have advised you to talk to her if I knew that that was the case.

Fox: Ok, look, Whitney --

Whitney: You know, Fox, I had no idea I was so wrong about you. You're just like your father and your grandfather and your father before that and -- and you know what? Like the rest of the Cranes, too, your ancestors. You know, they're the ones who stole my family's farm all those years ago, because we were black! But I'm here to tell you something. You've got it all wrong, because the white man no longer has the right to take the black slave girl up to the big house for a romp, ok?


Man: Hey. Any sign of your girlfriend? Sorry. Did you or the coast guard come across any remnants of the wreckage?

Luis: No. It's like the whole plane disintegrated in midair. I just can't believe it.

Man: Mr. Lopez-Fitzgerald --

Luis: Oh.

Man: Come with me.

Luis: Why? What's going on?

Man: Don't ask questions. Just come with me. There's something you're going to want to see.


Fox: Ok, Whitney, now just slow down. Wait a minute --

Whitney: Don't -- don't! Don't you dare try to defend your father to me, because it is so obvious to me the way he sees my mother. I mean, she's just another plaything -- you know, just a diversionary toy for a man who has everything, and I think it's disgusting!

Fox: Ok, ok, Whitney, just slow down, all right? That's not my father! My grandfather, yes. His parents before him, probably. It's not my father, and you know that's not me.

Whitney: Oh -- oh, and I'm supposed to believe anything that comes out of your mouth?

Fox: Would you stop it, Whitney! Look at me! You know me better than that!

Whitney: That's the problem, Fox. I thought I did, but, no, I was wrong. Now -- now I see what you're really like, ok, and I don't like it! I don't like it at all, and the Cranes, you -- all of you guys can go straight to hell as far as I'm concerned!

[Whitney cries]


Julian: Well, I've taken up enough of your time.

Chad: Please, anytime. You know, I can't stop thinking about what you said about Dr. Russell and someone trying to hurt her. Do you think there's anything we can do to stop it?

Julian: I'm going to do my damnedest to try, but, you know, the thing is some secrets, maybe all secrets have a way of coming out somewhere down the line, and I just hope that when Eve's come out she's ready, because her family means everything to her -- everything.

Chad: Well, how bad could it get?

Julian: Very bad. It could destroy them completely.


[Music plays]

T.C.: You know, honey, we've had some rough times, but I think it's all behind us now.

Eve: Well, things are still tense between Whitney and me.

T.C.: Whitney's young, honey. She'll get over it and she'll move on, and the Russell family will be strong again. We'll be stronger and better than ever.

Eve: Hmm.


Irma: Yeah, hello? Is this one of them telemarketers? Because if it is, I don't want any.

Liz: No, don't hang up! I want to talk to you.

Irma: Who is this?

Liz: It's me, Liz. I came to see you earlier. Do you remember?

Irma: Maybe I do and maybe I don't.

Liz: Well, either way, I think you're going to want to hear what I have to tell you. I have a surprise for you.

Irma: I hate surprises.

Liz: Well, you're going to like this one. I'm coming to get you out of the home and take you to go visiting.

Irma: Who the hell would I want to go visit?

Liz: Your favorite niece -- Eve.

Irma: That lying, drug-addicted slut! She's going to burn in hell for what she's done in her life.

Liz: Thank you, Aunt Irma. You are going to do all my dirty work for me.


Luis: It's bad news, isn't it? Oh, my god, please tell me that you didn't find Sheridan's body.

Man: Just come with me.

Luis: Look, if you found her remains, I'm not sure that I'm ready, ok?

Man: Come on.

Luis: Oh, my god.

Sheridan: Oh. Oh, Luis! Oh!



Gwen: I really hope this doctor can help me get pregnant.

Katherine: By going for our happiness, we have caused pain and suffering for our children.

Theresa: If you want to forgive papa for walking out on us, that's your choice, but it doesn't work for me.

Sheridan: Why does our love have to cause so many terrible things?

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