Wednesday 5/18/05--Canada; Thursday 5/19/05--USA
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Luis: Sheridan -- you know, we don't have to let this thing with Beth come between us.
Sheridan: But it does, Luis, and there is no way around it.
Luis: I love you. I would do anything in the world to make you happy.
Sheridan: Except the one thing that I need -- your unconditional faith and trust.
Luis: Sheridan, I do trust you.
Sheridan: Just not as much as you do Beth.
Luis: Well, it's not even about Beth. It's about common sense, it's about my experience as a cop, it's about the D.N.A. test results that your friend analyzed -- everything points to Marty being Beth's son.
Sheridan: Except one thing. I keep telling you over and over that I know Marty is mine, he's ours, and the fact that you can't -- you won't believe me. I just don't know how we're going to get past this, Luis. I don't know if we even can.
Tabitha: Well, I'm sure those two are kaput, sweet pea. Hmm. With all the chaos and mayhem I have thrown them over the years, nothing could be more devastating to their future together as a couple than the slow and fatal drumbeat tap, tapping out the rhythm of heartache and death. Ooh, yes, my little buttercup. All the king's horses and all the king's men can't put Sheridan and Luis together again.
Fancy: I wish I was staying at this hotel. The pool is fabulous.
Veronica: Yeah. But your room at the Capistrano is super.
Fancy: Oh -- do you want to come over to my hotel tonight? I have an invitation to a private gambling party. It's for charity.
Veronica: Maybe. Don't look now, but you-know-who is here.
Fancy: So he is.
Fancy: You must be following me.
Ned: Hardly. Looks like it's the other way around.
Fancy: I don't think so. This is my friend Veronica's hotel.
Ned: Lucky for us peasants they let us visit as guests. Oh, thanks.
Ned: And this is Sandra. This is the spoiled brat I was telling you about, the one who screwed up my poker game? I'm sorry, I don't remember what your name is.
Fancy: Fancy. My name's Fancy.
Ned: Fits like a glove.
Sam: Kay, it's not that simple. I mean, your mother chose David over me.
Kay: Because she thinks he's her first husband.
Sam: He was her first husband.
Kay: Right. Right. What I meant was that she didn't leave, Dad, because she didn't love you anymore. She just felt like she had to honor her original wedding vows.
Sam: I couldn't have done that.
Sam: If our situations had been reversed, if I'd been the one with amnesia and learned that I was married before Grace, I would've never left my family under any circumstances. I guess that's the difference between us.
Kay: So what you're saying is Mom didn't love any of us enough.
Sam: Hmm -- that's not what I meant. I'll just never understand how she was able to leave.
Kay: I hated Mom for so long I couldn't even think straight by the time she was out the door. But now -- I don't know.
Sam: You miss her?
Kay: Sometimes. And I know her not being here is behind what's going on with Jessica.
Sam: Look, I don't think bringing your mother back is going to be the answer. You know, it could make things worse. It could get Jessica's hopes up only to be dashed when your mother goes back to David.
Kay: So if you're not going to bring Mom back, does that mean that you're still holding out hope for you and Ivy?
Rebecca: Oh, I feel like Martha without the poncho the night she got out of jail. Oh. It is over. Gwen, you win, Theresa loses, and it's in large part to your husband's brilliant lawyering.
Ivy: Hmm, I'm proud of you, too, honey.
Ethan: Well, I almost didn't even show up to court in time.
Gwen: Yeah, but you did, and that's what matters. Honey, for that, I am going to be grateful to you for the rest of my life.
Ethan: No, no, no, you're my wife, and I told you I would do everything I could to get those charges dismissed.
Ivy: Yes, but custody of little Jane, too. I know it's early, but, oh, I think champagne is in order.
Rebecca: Oh, hear, hear. I'll do the honors.
Gwen: You don't feel like celebrating, do you?
Ethan: Honey, look, I am thrilled that you are back home, and I know that you love Jane very much --
Gwen: But you feel bad taking her away from Theresa.
Ethan: Honey, she's done some horrible things, but she is a devoted mother, and it's going to kill her to take Jane away from her.
Theresa: How could the judge take my daughter away from me?
Pilar: Remember, it's only temporary, ok?
Theresa: No, no, actually, it's not temporary, Mama. Gwen and Rebecca want it to be permanent. All they have to do is talk to the courts, get them to see that I am an unfit mother. They did it before with little Ethan, they'll do it again. They're not going to stop until I'm crushed and broken.
Pilar: Don't do this. Don't get yourself all worked up, ok? You only have a short time left with Jane.
Theresa: They'll take Jane. And then they'll try to take little Ethan away from me, too. But you know what, Mama? I'm not going to allow it. I will kill them before they touch either one of my children. I will kill them.
Pilar: You don't mean that, Theresa.
Theresa: Yeah, I do. I'll kill them before they touch my children.
Theresa: It's ok, baby.
Pilar: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Theresa, I know that you're upset, but I cannot -- I will not allow you to speak that way. Your outburst in court today -- it almost put you in jail.
Theresa: What do you expect, Mama? I mean, you're the one who taught us that nothing is more important than children. Little Ethan and Jane are my life.
Pilar: And so they should be, mija. But you need to accept the judge's ruling here.
Theresa: And why do I have to accept it when I know that it's -- that it's going to be permanent? They'll keep my children, not because they love them but because they want to punish me.
Pilar: Look, I know that Rebecca would do something like that, but Ivy --
Theresa: You know what? I know you think that you feel close to Ivy, Mama, but when it comes to Ethan and Gwen, Ivy is just as bad as Rebecca. She'll do anything to make me suffer, anything.
Pilar: Theresa, por amor de dios, don't you see that if you persist on fighting with any of them, it's only going to come back to hurt you? You need to work to exercise all the self-control that you possess, mija, to prove that judge wrong. You need to show the court and the world that you could provide the stable home, a happier home for your children.
Theresa: Well, why is it on me, Mama? Why me? Why don't they have to prove themselves fit to raise my children? It's not fair, and I'm not going to accept it. Because the day that I let anyone take the people I love away from me is the day that I roll over and die.
Ethan: Please don't get me wrong. I am completely relieved, just as relieved as you are about the judge's ruling today.
Gwen: But instead of celebrating for me, you're worried about Theresa. Ethan, why are you so concerned about someone like her? She is self-centered, completely vindictive. She's a horrible person.
Ethan: She is also a devoted mother.
Gwen: Well, you know what? I would've been, too, if she would've given me the chance.
Ethan: Honey, I know that, I have no doubt about that in my mind. I just don't know if taking Jane is going to be worth all the pain it's going to cause.
Gwen: Ethan, we are going to be the world's most wonderful, loving parents. Jane is going to have everything she could ever want!
Ethan: Honey, honey, you can't get too ahead of yourself here. We've been granted temporary custody, temporary. Imagine how you're going to feel a few months down the line, a few weeks down the line when that custody order is revoked and Jane is right back with Theresa. I don't want to see you get your heart broken.
Gwen: Ethan, are you really worried about my heart, or are you worried about Theresa's heart?
Luis: You don't mean that, Sheridan, not after everything that we've overcome to be together? Icebergs? Bombs? Each of us believing that the other person was dead?
Sheridan: They were nothing compared to this.
Luis: How can you even say that?
Sheridan: Because I believed in us. I knew that we were meant to be together. I knew that if we could just overcome any obstacle that was put in our path, we'd be all right, that our love was strong enough, that we could triumph over any natural or unnatural disaster.
Luis: And now?
Sheridan: Now it's much worse, because this is much more frightening, more threatening than anything that we have been through, because here you are right in front of me and I have never felt farther away from you.
Luis: Sheridan, come on --
Sheridan: It's true, Luis. It's just how I feel.
Luis: Sheridan, we cannot let this come between us.
Tabitha: It already has, lover boy. Your heartache with Sheridan has only just begun. Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
Luis: Now, if you think that I am just going to accept this, you are wrong. Sheridan, I love you, you are my life. I understand why you are so upset right now. You -- you've put all your stock into believing that Marty is your son.
Sheridan: Look, I'm not going to keep saying this. I know that Marty is my son!
Luis: Well, how? Sheridan, everything proves that he is not. I mean, you don't even have one iota of --
Sheridan: What, of proof? The only proof that you should need is my word, but that obviously isn't good enough for you! God.
Luis: Sheridan -- Sheridan, come on, this is the one thing that we disagree on.
Sheridan: This one thing means everything to me. And you're either with me on this or you're against me, and to me, it looks like you've made your choice.
[Sandra and Ned laugh]
Ned: Didn't you get Sandra's joke?
Fancy: I just didn't think it was funny. But if you want to hear something trés amusing, let me tell you about these two women who were in the lobby last night playing the slot machines.
Sandra: Forgive me. I'm just dying of the heat. I'll just take a quick dip in the pool.
Ned: Don't take too long.
Sandra: I won't. Be a love and order me a limonada while I'm gone?
Ned: You bet.
Fancy: If you could put your eyeballs back in their sockets, I was trying to tell you something funny.
Ned: Uh -- right. Yeah, I'm sorry. What was it?
Fancy: Never mind. You really are a huge disappointment.
Ned: I'm sorry, what's that?
Fancy: I saved your rear end with those poker people.
Ned: Hey, my rear end wouldn't have needed to be saved if you didn't cost me that last hand.
Fancy: I was under the impression you'd forgiven me for that. Remember our kiss?
Ned: Ah. Yes, the kiss.
Fancy: Mm-hmm. Shall we try for an encore?
Fancy: Where are you going?
Ned: To join Sandra. Look, no offense, but our first kiss was our last, all right? I'd rather not hang around with someone who thought it was all in a day's fun to rob me of my last chance to make money. Have a nice day.
Ned: What the hell's the matter with you?
Fancy: You wanted to go for a swim. I didn't think you'd mind getting wet. Now we're even.
Kay: Well, I mean, isn't it possible that you and Ivy could patch things up and get back together?
Sam: I can't even answer that right now. I can't even think that far ahead. I've learned the hard way that I have a lot of makeup work to do as a father first.
Kay: Well, I hope you're not blaming yourself for all the trouble Jessica's gotten into.
Sam: Well, who else is there? Look, I'm afraid I was like a lot of dads when your mother lived here. I left a large part of the parenting up to her, and when she left I -- I should've realized that you girls needed me. And instead I was all wrapped up in my own hurt and loneliness. What happened to Jessica is my fault.
Jessica: Don't blame yourself, Dad. It was Ivy who snatched up all your time.
Kay: It's weird, isn't it? All those years I was the bad daughter, Jessica was the good one.
Sam: You know, I think when you were acting out, it was for the same reason Jessica's been lately -- you know, hurt feelings, fear of what's to come.
Kay: Well, I still think you're being way too hard on yourself.
Sam: Well, I don't. I was so busy trying to make myself feel better after Grace left that I didn't see the signs. It suited me and my own selfish needs better to think that Jessica was getting along just fine. I let her down in a big way, and I let you down, too.
Kay: Don't worry about me, Dad, I'm ok.
Sam: Yeah, no thanks to me. And Noah. I mean, I know Ethan better than I know my other son, the one that was raised in this house. That's why Jessica's my -- my first priority right now.
Kay: But once, you know, she's back to her old self again and you don't have to worry about her anymore, what about you and Ivy then?
Sam: Who knows? I mean, if Ivy's still out there and interested, maybe we'll have a shot. Who knows?
Jessica: Over my pierced, tattooed body.
Theresa: No one's going to take her away from me, Mama. Not now, not when I just got her back. It's just not fair.
Pilar: It's the judge's ruling, Theresa. You can't disobey it.
Theresa: How could the judge grant custody to the woman who kidnapped my daughter in the first place, huh?
Pilar: You seem to forget that custody was awarded to Ethan, and nobody disputes that he is the rightful father. Frankly, you know, I think that you should count your blessings, Theresa, that Gwen didn't have you thrown in jail today.
Theresa: Well, you know what? She might as well have if she's going to steal my child. Oh, gosh, I'm sorry. I'm just -- I'm not going to accept this. I'm not going to hand over my daughter. No.
Pilar: Oh, good. So then you will be held in contempt of the court order and you will go to jail after all. How fair is that to your other child, to little Ethan? Think, Theresa.
Theresa: Well, then -- then why don't you tell me what I'm supposed to do, Mama?
Pilar: Something that you have a very difficult time doing. You need to accept the situation as it is -- at least for a while. Mira, Theresa, this situation that you're in --
Pilar: Oh -- was created by your own actions.
Theresa: So you're against me, too, huh?
Pilar: No, mija, I'm not against you. I'm just pointing out to you that you pushed Ethan into a corner. Ok? How many times did he beg you, how many times, "please stop this battle with Gwen," but you didn't listen, and he said that if you did that, he would take Jane away from you. I'm sorry, Theresa, but you have only yourself to blame for this.
Rebecca: To la tostada.
Ivy: You're drinking to Theresa?
Rebecca: Yes -- to her demise. To her final comeuppance. May she cry so many of those crocodile tears that all her mascara runs into the ocean. Oh, Ethan? Gwen? You're missing all the fun!
Gwen: Well, if you're not going to celebrate our victory, I will.
Eve: I'm not suggesting that you don't love your wife. But, Ethan, one can't help but notice the tone of voice you use and the words that you use when you talk about her. Like "responsibility," "owing her," "my duty as a husband."
Ethan: Well, that's because all of those things are true.
Eve: And on the other hand, you always talk about Theresa with just this enormous passion, even when you are angry with her. I'm sorry, but it is obvious to see who has the most room in your heart.
Ivy: Hey. It's not the same without you in there. We want to toast your stunning performance in court.
Ethan: I'm really not in the mood, Mother.
Ivy: Ethan, you just had an overwhelming victory against Theresa. Why aren't you happy about it? Look, I told Gwen and Rebecca that the reason you were late for court today was because you were preparing a -- a wonderful defense for Gwen. That is the reason, isn't it?
Ethan: What other reason would there be?
Ivy: I don't know, Ethan. Maybe you weren't sure what you wanted to do? Maybe you considered not being there for Gwen? Just tell me if I'm close.
Ethan: All right. Yeah, Mother. I contemplated not showing up to court. I seriously contemplated not seeking custody of Jane.
Ivy: Oh, god, it's true.
Ethan: I still love her. I love Theresa.
Ivy: No. No.
Ethan: I didn't act on it, Mother. I knew I had a responsibility to Gwen and I meant it, but make no mistake, I still love Theresa.
Luis: You make our future together sound so doomed.
Sheridan: I don't know how else to make it sound, when you obviously trust Beth more than you trust me. I thought that you knew me better than anyone.
Luis: I do, Sheridan.
Sheridan: Then why can't you believe me? Why, when I tell you that I know with my heart and soul that Marty is my child? Why can't you believe the most important truth in the world to me? I just can't live with that.
Luis: Sheridan, we can work this out.
Sheridan: How? How, when I plan on spending the rest of my life trying to prove that Marty is my child? Luis, we are on two completely incompatible paths.
Luis: Yeah, only if you look at it that way.
Sheridan: There's no other way to look at it. I need your support right now. 100%. And honestly, I've never felt more alone than I do right now.
Luis: Sheridan --
Sheridan: I got to go.
Luis: Sheridan, please, not like this? Please.
Sheridan: Why? Why? I've already lost my beautiful baby boy, and now it looks like I'm losing you, too. Maybe I already have.
Tabitha: Ooh! Isn't this fun, sweet pea? You play with your dollies, while Mommy plays with real-life people. Hmm?
Sam: It's time for me to concentrate all my energies on being a good father right now. You know, as much as I'll miss Ivy, I have to put that part of my life on hold till I get my house in order.
Jessica: Not good enough, Dad. You still want her.
Kay: Well, just so you know, you don't need to worry about me.
Sam: Ahem. I don't, do I? You know, while things were going downhill for Jessica, you managed to pull your act together. I'm so proud of you.
Sam: Yeah, I mean it. I won't lie to you, there were a couple times when I was afraid for you -- you know, you getting pregnant by Miguel, and you started having those fights with your mother over Charity.
Kay: Well, that's all in the past now, Dad. Miguel and Charity are both gone, and Mom is, too. It's just me and Maria now. The world doesn't revolve around me anymore. It's all about what's best for her.
Sam: Now, when did you become wiser than your old man?
Kay: I didn't.
Sam: I'm afraid you did. You know, as scary as things got for you, you managed to rise to the challenge. You have become such a beautiful young woman, responsible, and I'm so proud of you. I just hope that Jessica turns out just like you.
Kay: Well, only time will tell, but, you know, for now, you can focus your attention solely on her, because I'm fine. And Ethan is old enough to take care of himself, and I'm sure Noah's ok.
Sam: Noah. You know your sister's right. I probably wouldn't recognize him if he walked through that door.
Kay: He needs to come home and visit.
Sam: You know, I think it's time that I shot him an email and told him about Jessica. Maybe that'll bring him home.
Fancy: Hmm. I got him, Veronica. Let's see him try to ignore me now.
Veronica: I have never seen you so steamed over a guy.
Fancy: How dare he brush me off to be with little miss plain Jane.
Veronica: Oh, just because she's not covered in thousands of dollars on her half-naked bod like you -- oh, you've got to admit she's kind of cute -- at least Ned thinks so.
Fancy: Oh, shut up. I'm much cuter than she is, and he's over her now anyway. He'll be mine by nightfall.
Veronica: And if he isn't, what are you going to do to get his attention next time? Clobber him over the head with a deck chair?
Fancy: If I have to.
Fancy: But it looks like I won't. What did I tell you -- he wants me.
Fancy: Miss me?
Ned: You might say that.
Fancy: I knew it. I knew that kiss got to you this morning. I'm much more fun than what's-her-name.
Ned: Sandra. You know, I can't deny you're a real spitfire.
Fancy: You have no idea.
Ned: Really? I'd like to find out.
Fancy: Would you?
Ned: Close your eyes.
Fancy: Here? Now?
Ned: Unless you're too shy.
Fancy: Me, shy? I don't think so. Oh! My hair! Oh, my god -- my sandals! How dare you!
Ned: Next time you want to play poolside, be sure to dress more appropriately, Fancy.
Luis: Sheridan, don't leave -- not like this?
Sheridan: I can't be with you right now, Luis. Not if you can't trust me enough to believe me. I just -- I just need time alone to think.
Luis: Where, huh? Where you going to go?
Sheridan: I -- I don't know, ok? I -- I just don't know.
Tabitha: Oh! Well, I think we should turn the heat up a notch, my little rapscallion. How am I going to go about getting Sheridan over here for a visit? I mean, it's not as if she's likely to just drop in on her own account, is it?
Tabitha: Oh, Endora! You are the clever one! What a good idea, but I must say, I haven't used that sort of magic for a while now. Oh! Well, thank you, Endora! These should do the trick very nicely.
Theresa: So you're trying to tell me that you would rather Gwen raise your granddaughter than me?
Pilar: No, that's not what I said. I'm just pointing out that Ethan told you that if you didn't end this vendetta against Gwen, he would sue you for custody of Jane. I don't believe that he would consider that for a moment if you hadn't pushed him into a corner.
Theresa: No, actually, Mama, the odds were stacked against me from the beginning. I should've known that I couldn't get justice. Justice in Harmony is for the rich, Mama, not for people like you and me.
Ethan: I am torn between Gwen and Theresa. It's like I'm living in some hell on earth that I've created, it's my own doing.
Ivy: No, Ethan, no, it's not you. It's Theresa. She put some kind of spell on you. Her life has been dedicated to breaking up you and Gwen. She's a sociopath!
Ethan: Mother, Mother, I know there's no love in your heart for Theresa, but don't call her names, all right?
Ivy: Oh, please, that is the kindest one.
Ethan: You want to know the sad truth of it all, is that I fell in love with Theresa all by myself, and it wasn't because she was manipulating me. That is why it's so hard to shake all these feelings I have for her loose, Mother.
Ivy: Do you love Gwen? Are you going to stand by her?
Ethan: Yes. I do, I do love Gwen. I care about her so much, she's so beautiful inside and out. What she did in court today? My god, the generosity she showed Theresa? And I know Theresa would never have done anything like that for her.
Ivy: So I really don't understand. How can you be torn when it is so clear that Gwen is the better person?
Ethan: That is a good question. But I'll tell you this -- the fact that I'm so conflicted tells me that I love Theresa a lot more than I realized.
Sam: You must know that I am so proud of you.
Kay: It's a new feeling for me, but, yeah, I do. Thanks, Dad.
Sam: You know, Maria's so lucky to have you as a mother.
Kay: I hope so. I just hope I can give her everything she deserves.
Sam: Well, if anyone can, you can. You need anything from the store?
Kay: No. I think I got everything I need to make your special little dinner.
Sam: Cool. Look, I'll pick up some dessert. Jessica still loves rocky road, right?
Kay: Actually, I think she likes chocolate with peanut butter nowadays.
Sam: You see? That's what I'm talking about. As her father, I should know that. I'll be right back.
Jessica: Oh -- watch it!
Kay: How long have you been here?
Jessica: Long enough.
Kay: Dad and I were having a private conversation.
Jessica: Oh, like you've never eavesdropped in your life? I learned how to do it from you.
Kay: Still --
Jessica: And just for the record, I'm not buying this new-and-improved-Kay act like Dad is. You're still the same selfish brat you've always been.
Kay: Whatever. Think what you want, ok? The fact is Maria has made me grow up a lot faster than I've wanted to, and you might want to try that sometime.
Jessica: Why should I when it's a lot more fun being young and hanging out?
Kay: You lost your virginity to a stone-cold creep, Jessica, and you could've died from all those drugs you were fooling around with.
Jessica: But I didn't, which must mean something.
Kay: It means you were lucky! And I don't even think you realize how scared Dad was, how much he loves you.
Jessica: Oh, spare me. Next you'll be telling me poison Ivy loves me, too.
Kay: Well, you know what? She might not be the monster you make her out to be.
Jessica: Says who? I hate her. If it weren't for her moving in on Dad, he and I would still be close the way we used to be.
Kay: You can't put that all on her.
Jessica: Oh, well, I do, and you can't change my mind. I'd rather die than have Dad bring Ivy back into this house.
Kay: Well, if you were listening, he's not even thinking about that right now.
Jessica: I don't ever want her back here, ever. And you can forget your little family dinner. I'm going out.
Kay: Jessica, no, Dad wants you home.
Jessica: Ivy couldn't stop me, and you can't either. Let go of me!
Kay: I know what you want to do -- you want to go out and hurt yourself some more. I won't let you break Dad's heart again, I just won't.
Ned: You look wet.
Fancy: You creep. You jerk! You -- god.
Ned: Hey, what's the matter? You're the one who likes games so much. Now I think we're even. Oh -- oh --
Ned: You --
Fancy: Enjoy your swim.
Theresa: I don't know why I was so surprised when the judge awarded temporary custody of my daughter to Ethan and Gwen. No Lopez-Fitzgerald stands a chance in a fair ruling.
Pilar: That's not true, Theresa. You weren't up against Judge Reilly today. Now, that's a judge who will take anything, do anything for a dollar. The judge's decision today was based on Ethan's defense, and what she saw in the courtroom.
Theresa: That doesn't carry any weight with me, Mama.
Pilar: Then you will be held in contempt, Theresa.
Theresa: I don't care. All I know is no one is taking my child away from me. Not Gwen, not Ethan, not anybody.
Ivy: Ethan, look, there was a time when it was just you and Gwen, and she was the love of your life.
Ethan: Till I met Theresa.
Ivy: And that is why you need to put some distance between you and Theresa. You need to put her behind you so you and Gwen can have the kind of life you always dreamed of, and then I guarantee you -- I guarantee the passion will return.
Ethan: How? How can you guarantee that?
Ivy: I just can.
Ethan: Mother, all those years you were married to Julian, did you ever forget about Sam? Did being away from him ever dim your feelings for him, ever make you forget how you felt being around him, in his arms?
Ivy: That is different.
Ethan: No, no, it's not different, Mother. As much as I have loved Gwen, it just hasn't ever compared to the way I feel for Theresa. Sam is the love of your life, and I'm afraid Theresa is mine.
Gwen: Every time I think about what we did, Mother, it makes me feel sick inside. I mean, this whole thing -- it haunts me every day.
Rebecca: My god, where did you get this conscience? It must be from your father's side.
Gwen: If Ethan ever found out that we were the ones who tipped off the tabloids about his real paternity, he would never forgive me.
Rebecca: Well, he's not going to find out. Look, he blames Theresa, not us. Trust me, we are home free.
Tabitha: Ooh, you're so smart, Endora. This is the perfect way to get Sheridan over here for a visit.
Luis: I'm losing the woman I love. I don't even know how to stop it.
Tabitha: You can't, Luis. You can't, because you and Sheridan have created your own obstacles. And with a little help from yours truly, you will never overcome them.
Sheridan: I know. I know where I have to go.
Tabitha: Whoo-hoo! Time to set another place for tea, my little witchling. You and I are having company!
On the Next Passions:
Kay: If I have to hurt you to stop you, I will do it! Got it?
Tabitha: You look as if you've seen a ghost.
Sheridan: No. A witch.
Fancy: Drop dead. I hope I never see you again.
Sandra: I wonder if that's the last we've seen of her.
Ned: Ah, you never know.
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