Passions Transcript Tuesday 8/9/05 [an error occurred while processing this directive]

Passions Transcript Tuesday 8/9/05--Canada; Wednesday 8/10/05--USA
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Tabitha: I was just putting Endora down for her nap, and Maria gurgled that she wanted her mommy. Here we are.

Kay: Oh.

Tabitha: Here's your baby.

Kay: Come here, sweetheart! Oh, how's my angel?

Tabitha: Oh, please, Kay, watch your language.

Kay: Oh. Sorry, boys.

Tabitha: Oh, my. I've lived here for centuries and I never realized what a nice view I had.

Kay: What? Oh.

Tabitha: F-o-x, to be exact.

Kay: I don't know what you're talking about.

Tabitha: Oh, come on, Kay. Don't have to be a witch to see that you're falling for a certain young, blue-blooded buck next door.

Kay: Oh, no I'm not.

Tabitha: Now, don't deny it. It's written all over your face. And you know, I think he might be falling for you, too.

Kay: Really?

Tabitha: Witch's honor.

Ivy's voice: I may have my work cut out for me, but there is no way I will stand by and allow my son to get involved with Kay Bennett.

Whitney: Oh, my god, it wasn't a dream. Last night really happened.

Chad: Hey. Good morning, beautiful.

Whitney: Stop it. God, just don't call me that. I'm your sister, for god's sakes.

Chad: My beautiful sister?

Whitney: Chad, we made love, ok? You and I made love.

Chad: And it was wonderful, both times.

Whitney: No, no, it was sick and it was disgusting.

Chad: Whitney, we're in love.

Whitney: No, we're going to go to hell for it, Chad. Stop it.

Chad: Whoa, whoa, you're not leaving, are you? Where you going?

Whitney: Yes, I'm leaving. I have to get out of here. I can't live with myself after what we've done.

Noah: There's not a soul in sight. Looks like we're stuck until someone comes to open this door.

Fancy: Excuse me, genius boy, but if we can't get out, how is anyone supposed to get in?

Noah: They can't, till the power company goes and removes all those downed power lines. Might as well get comfortable. Schnapps?

Fancy: No, thank you. Ugh! I can't stand this! There's no place comfortable to sit, there's nothing left to eat, and there's nothing to drink but champagne and schnapps. And I want a hot bath!

Noah: You know, you're pretty cute when you throw a temper tantrum.

Fancy: Oh, shut up.

Noah: I bet you were an adorable kid -- stomping your feet, kicking the help, always getting your way.

Fancy: I'll show you kicking.

Noah: Whoa! Oh, oh --

Fancy: Ugh --

[Noah laughs]

Noah: You will do anything to get on top of me, won't you?

Fancy: You have such an overinflated ego.

Noah: You know, we might as well make use of our time horizontal together.

Fancy: And how -- how do you suggest we do that?

Gwen: Alistair kissing Theresa, and that look she just gave us? I feel like we just saw them perform some sort of unholy alliance. She's going to fight us for sole custody of Jane, and with Alistair's help, she's going to get it.

Officer: Ma'am, I need to take the child now.

Sheridan: No, you can't take him.

Katherine: Sheridan, let the officer --

Sheridan: No, Mother! Mark is staying with me. All right, I've already lost one child, I am not going to lose another. And you are not going to take this child away from me -- not now, not ever. Mark is staying with me!

[Fancy screams]

Noah: You ok?

Fancy: I think so. What about you?

Noah: My back's going to be a little bruised, but I should be all right.

Fancy: Here, let me see.

Fancy: Looks fine to me.

Noah: Thanks.

Fancy: Rolling on top of me to protect me from the ceiling caving in was nice of you, Noah. Thanks.

Noah: Well, considering you freak at the slightest imperfection to your looks, I figured it was better to break my back than to listen to you moan about getting dust in your hair.

Fancy: And here I was giving you credit for being chivalrous. I should've known you were being selfish.

Noah: You would know. You and selfish go way back.

Fancy: Leave me alone. Stop bothering me. And don't just stand there! See if the ceiling falling gave us a way to get out of here!

Noah: Yes, ma'am. Nope, we're still trapped.

[Fancy screams]

Whitney: I have got to get out of here. I got to get far away from you.

Chad: Whitney, it's ok. Ok, your place is right here with me and Miles.

Whitney: Chad, you are my brother, and Miles is our son, so it's not ok. As a matter of fact, it's as bad as it gets.

Chad: Whitney, I love you, and I know you love me. There's nothing wrong with that.

Whitney: There is plenty wrong with that! Chad, we committed incest again, and we knew it!

Chad: Look, I don't care, Whitney. Last night was beautiful.

Whitney: No. No, it wasn't. Last night was sick and disgusting, and it was a horrible thing that we did.

Chad: Whitney, you were right there with me, in my arms, in the moment. We both knew what we were doing and we both knew it was right.

Whitney: No. No.

Chad: And being with you last night meant the world to me. But finding out that Miles is my son, that he's our son, means everything to me.

Whitney: I can't listen to this anymore. I have got to get out of here.

Chad: Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait, wait, wait, wait. We got to talk first, ok? We got to talk about me, you, and Miles and where we go from here.

Whitney: Ok, you're right, we do need to talk. Now, last night I asked you to promise me that you weren't going to tell anyone that Miles was your son, and you didn't answer me. So, Chad, please promise me that you're not going to tell anyone that Miles is our son together.

Gwen: Theresa has allied herself with Alistair so she can get Jane away from us. It's only a matter of time now before we lose your daughter to that bitch.

Ethan: Don't say that.

Gwen: Why not? It's true. Ethan, I told you -- I told you that Alistair would punish you for going off on him after he had your father fired. I told you he would make you pay. And he's going to do that by making sure Theresa takes Jane away from us.

Ethan: Jane is my daughter. The courts would never allow it.

Gwen: Judge Riley would if Alistair pays him enough.

Ethan: Maybe not.

Gwen: Ok, where have you been? Alistair gets whatever he wants. Look what he did to Sheridan. He helped Beth take her son away from her. And if he can do that, he certainly can get Jane away from us and give her back to Theresa.

Sheridan: For the last time, you are not taking Mark away from me.

Officer: We're sorry, ma'am. We're just following procedure. Legally, you have no claim to this child since the mother is deceased. And according to you, he has no other living relatives.

Second officer: We have to take him to Child Protective Services. They'll do what's best for him.

Sheridan: No, what's best for him is that he stays with me. His mother entrusted him to me. I promised her that I would take care of him and protect him. You can't make me go back on my promise. You can't take this innocent little boy away from me.

Officer: We don't have a choice. Either give us the boy, or we'll have to call in Child Services.

Second officer: And if they come to take him, it's for certain you'll never see him again.

First officer: Please, don't make this any harder than it already is. Just give us the boy.

Sheridan: No. You can't take him.

Officer: Then we have no choice but to call Child Services.

Sheridan: Don't worry, sweetie. Nobody's going to take you away from me, all right? I promised your mommy that I would take care of you, and that's what I'm going to do. Ok?

Fancy: I still can't believe there's no way out of here.

Noah: Come on, Fance, it's not that bad. You get to be here with me. What could be better than that?

Fancy: Hmm -- not being with you?

Noah: You know, if I wasn't around to keep saving your life, you'd be pushing up daisies by now.

Fancy: Daisies -- even your choice of flowers is common.

Noah: Yeah, well, you know us common folk -- all we do is scratch and grunt.

Fancy: God, you get on my nerves.

Noah: No, you get on my nerves, all right? All you ever do is moan and groan. You know, complain, complain, complain.

Fancy: You could try having some compassion for me. I'm not used to being in dirt and being hungry and living in squalor, you are.

Noah: You know, that's how class warfare starts.

Fancy: Will you stop playing Morse Code? That tapping is irritating.

Noah: No, Fancy, you're irritating. All right. Now, please be quiet, all right?

Fancy: Don't tell me what to do. I can talk, shout, sing -- la, la-la-la la-la-la, la-la-la if I want to.

Noah: I can't take this anymore. I'm going to put an end to your whining once and for all.

Ivy: I thought you said you weren't going to get involved with another woman so soon after Whitney.

Fox: What are you talking about, Mom?

Ivy: Honey, you have a crush on Kay.

Fox: Me? No, I -- come on, I was watching her with Maria. You know, after seeing Whitney with our son, it's refreshing to see, you know, a mother who actually loves her own child.

Ivy: Well, just be careful, Fox, because Kay can be -- devious.

Fox: So you keep saying.

Ivy: I can't help it, honey. I'm -- I'm worried about you.

Fox: I'm fine.

Ivy: I don't think so. I think you're vulnerable after your relationship with Whitney, and I'd hate to see you get in the wrong relationship with the wrong woman just because of comfort.

Fox: Yeah, I won't.

Ivy: Well, I hope not. I don't want to see you get hurt again, Fox. And I think that if you get involved with Kay, you will wish you hadn't.

Fox: Why?

Ivy: Because she's wrong for you.

Fox: Why?

Ivy: Kay may appear to be a -- a nice person, but she's far from it. Just give yourself time to get over Whitney. Be patient, because the right girl is out there for you. And it's not Kay Bennett.

Tabitha: Oh, he's gone.

Kay: Who?

Tabitha: Fox. The lad you're pretending not to be interested in.

Kay: Oh, who's pretending?

Tabitha: Oh, well, whatever. I don't need my magic bowl to read this one. The truth lies in the love-struck look on your face, my dear.

Kay: Ok, why don't you go brew a potion or something and leave me alone?

[Doorbell rings]

Tabitha: Oh. Could that be his royal dreaminess, prince Fox, I wonder?

Kay: I'm not going to name any names, but some old witch is making a fool of herself.

Tabitha: Oh, ho. "So she said as she ran to the door all aflutter."

Kay: Ok. Let's go down, yes. Yeah.

[Maria cries]

Tabitha: There, little one. There's a baby.

Kay: Simone?

Simone: You were expecting someone else?

Tabitha: Oh, no, perish the thought. Our Kay isn't hoping that a certain young man is at our door, is she?

Kay: Ok, knock it off.

Simone: So did you hear from Miguel?

Kay: What's with the hat?

Simone: Oh, right.

[Kay gasps]

Kay: Oh, my god. What happened?

Simone: I was with Jessica when I got hurt.

Kay: Is she ok?

Simone: Well, it depends on what you mean by "ok." She wasn't hurt in the quake or the tsunami, but she's definitely in trouble.

Kay: What kind of trouble?

Simone: Ok, long story short -- I saved Jessica from being washed away in the tsunami. And that's when she told me that she agreed to prostitute herself for Spike.

Kay: What?

Tabitha: Oh! Oh, my word!

Simone: Yeah, and then Spike shows up after being missing and tells her he wants her to go and turn tricks. And so I tried to stop Jess from going with him, and that's when he knocked me unconscious. And when I woke up, Spike and Jessica were gone.

Kay: Oh, my gosh! Well, how did you get treated?

Simone: Some national guardsmen came by and helped me out.

Kay: Were you checked in at the hospital?

Simone: No. I thought my mom was going to be on duty, and I don't want anyone in my family to see me in town right now.

Kay: Oh, that's right -- you're supposed to be in California. So -- well, why aren't you? What's going on?

Simone: Well, I was in California. I just got back.

Kay: That's impossible. I mean, the airport's closed because of the earthquake and the tsunami.

Simone: I meant that I had just gotten back when all hell broke loose.

Tabitha: Hmm, literally.

Kay: And you just happened to be out and about in time to save Jessica?

Simone: So what are you getting at?

Kay: Why didn't you go home when you got back?

Simone: I was on my way, and then the quake hit.

Kay: You're lying. You said you didn't want to go to the hospital after you got hurt because you didn't want anybody in your family to know you were back.

Simone: So?

Kay: So weren't they expecting you back before now? And wouldn't they be freaking out thinking that you're missing?

Tabitha: Kay's a sly one.

Simone: Oh, right.

Kay: So what's the deal? Where have you been, and what have you been up to?

Whitney: Promise me you're not going to tell anyone that Miles is our son together.

Chad: I can't.

Whitney: Why? Why not?

Chad: Because there may come a time when Miles needs to know the truth.

Whitney: Why? When?

Chad: I don't know, Whitney. I mean, it could be a medical problem or something, you know? He can't exactly ask Fox for a kidney or something. They wouldn't be a match.

Whitney: Ok, well, there are other reasons you could say that they weren't a match.

Chad: Whitney, it's just an example. We don't know what could happen with Miles. I'm just saying, I -- I can't make a promise that I might break.

Whitney: Chad, please, why are you doing this?

Chad: Whitney, I'm not planning on telling anybody, ok? I just can't promise that I never will.

Whitney: Ok, you say you love me.

Chad: I do.

Whitney: And you say you love Miles.

Chad: Totally.

Whitney: Well, then don't do the one thing that's going to destroy us all. Promise me that you're not going to tell anyone that Miles is our son together, Chad, please?

Chad: I can't do that.

Whitney: Oh, my god! You have got to be kidding me. This -- this is just -- this was a mistake. I should have never told you the truth. I should have never told you that Miles was our son. And I definitely should have never come here.

Chad: Whitney? Whitney --

Fancy: What do you mean, you're putting an end to my whining once and for all?

Noah: I'm going to break through this wall, see if there's another way out on the other side.

Fancy: Oh, thank god.

Noah: What'd you think I was going to do, kill you?

Fancy: With you, I never know what to think.

Noah: Well, you know, the thought has crossed my mind more than once. You know, you're the type of girl a man either wants to kill or fall in love with.

Fancy: Oh. Oh.

Noah: I think I'm going to hold on to this ax for a little while longer, just in case we ever get in a jam again and you start snoring.

Fancy: I don't snore.

Noah: Maybe not when you're awake. When you're asleep -- oh, a dozen bulldogs with sinus problems make less noise.

Fancy: That is ridiculous. I don't snore.

Noah: Next time, I'll record you and play it back.

Fancy: You should be so lucky to be with me when I'm sleeping again.

Noah: Right back at you, sleeping beauty. All right. All right. I'm going to break through right here.

Fancy: Do you need help?

Noah: No, I don't want to listen to you complaining about breaking a nail or getting a boo-boo.

Fancy: Even if I let you kiss it to make it better?

Noah: You know, I don't need a reason to kiss you, Fancy. I mean, that is if I want to. All right. Watch out.

Noah: We're in.

Fancy: I wonder what's on the other side.

Noah: There's only one way to find out.

Fancy: Does it lead outside? Can we get out of here?

Noah: I don't know. It looks pretty dark, so I don't think it's outside.

Fancy: What is it, then?

Noah: There's only one way to find out. Let me see here.

Fancy: Move over, slowpoke. Let me help.

Noah: All right, but no complaining about broken nails or anything like that.

Fancy: Here.

Noah: All right.

Sheridan: Since Maureen asked me to take care of him before she went to heaven, don't I have a legal right to him?

Ethan: Did Maureen put anything in writing saying that she wanted her son to be with you?

Sheridan: We were in the middle of an earthquake fighting for our lives.

Ethan: Sheridan, I know. I understand that, but -- but a judge is going to want proof that Maureen intended for you to have custody of her son.

Sheridan: But I don't have any proof. All I have is my word that I promised Maureen that I would take care of Mark.

Katherine: Ethan, is there any way that Sheridan can adopt Mark once he's been taken to Child Services?

Ethan: There's a chance. There is, but there's no guarantee, because once a child is put in the system, a search is conducted for family members who might have a legal claim to the child.

Sheridan: But Maureen said that she was all alone, which would make Mark an orphan, and I am the one person that she asked to take care of him.

[Doorbell rings]

Sheridan: Oh, who could that be?

Martin: Well, it might be the National Guard to take Rachel to a funeral home.

Woman: I'm from Child Protective Services. The police called for me to come pick up a child.

Pilar: Please, come in.

C.P.S. Agent: What on earth --

Katherine: Um, well, believe it or not, this is my sister. Her coffin just floated in here during the tsunami. We're waiting for somebody to come and take her for reburial.

C.P.S. Agent: Ok.

Officer: That's the child. His mother died during the earthquake and tsunami.

Second officer: Miss Crane's been nice enough to care for him, but --

C.P.S. Agent: Now it's time to let me do my job. I'll take the child now, Miss Crane, if you'd be so kind as to hand him over.

Noah: A few more whacks with my trusty ax and we should be able to fit through.

Fancy: Can you tell what's on the other side?

Noah: Uh -- well, it looks like some kind of locker room, actually.

Fancy: Probably a gym. Just what we need -- an aerobic workout.

Noah: No, no, like a locker room inside of a store. Huh -- looks like your kind of place.

Fancy: They have a Marc Jacobs in Harmony?

Noah: No, not that kind of store -- a department store.

Fancy: Saks? Bergdorf's? Neiman's?

Noah: Yeah, I don't think so.

Fancy: Please tell me it's not one of those discount chains like Barf Mart.

Noah: Oh, man -- is there no pleasing you? Look, it's a department store, all right, which means there'll be clean clothes for both of us and, you know, makeup and hair products for you.

Fancy: Are you saying I need makeup?

Noah: Where's the ax?

Fancy: Ok, ok. Clean clothes would be nice and I guess my face and hair could use a touchup.

Noah: That's more like it. You know, you're going to appreciate your designer duds a lot more once, you know, you shop for some normal clothes.

Fancy: I doubt it --

[Noah snickers]

Fancy: But I'm willing to try.

Noah: Ladies first.

C.P.S. Agent: Miss Crane, please hand over the child.

Katherine: Sheridan, I know how difficult this is for you, but you have no choice right now. You have to give Mark to the C.P.S. Agent.

Ethan: Katherine's right, Sheridan. Legally, you have to let C.P.S. take custody of Mark, at least for now.

Gwen: Sheridan, they've always been very caring and understanding and I'm sure if there is any way that you can see Mark again, they'll allow it.

Pilar: Yes, Sheridan.

Sheridan: Look, you seem like a nice person, but I can't let you take this little boy away from me.

C.P.S. Agent: You don't have a choice.

Sheridan: Yes, I do have a choice. There is one way that I can stop you.

Ethan: Sheridan, if this is some kind of legal maneuver, you need to tell me about it.

Sheridan: It's not a legal maneuver. It's a person.

Gwen: Don't do it.

Pilar: Don't, Sheridan.

Katherine: Oh, Sheridan, I know you're desperate, but you can't.

Sheridan: Father. He can make sure that Mark is never taken away from me, ever.

[Theresa whispers]

Fancy: Oh. Look -- showers! I can't wait to clean off this muck and then we can explore. I've always wondered what it would be like to be alone in a department store.

Noah: I thought that's how you Cranes always shop -- in stores only open to you.

Fancy: Oh, don't be ridiculous. We have stores bring stuff to us.

Noah: I am so normal.

Fancy: The point is there's something magical about a busy place like this being so quiet. I think of it as resting before it opens again.

Noah: Hmm. That's an unusual take on the ordinary. Nice.

Fancy: Thanks. Do you think they work?

Noah: Uh -- let's see. We have water.

Fancy: Oh! Fabulous. Let's get wet.

Noah: Uh, ok.

Fancy: Um -- wait. What about towels? I don't see any around.

Noah: It's a good thing we're in a department store. You know, I'll go get us some towels and you go ahead and shower.

Fancy: Ok -- uh, don't try to sneak back in here and peek, ok?

Noah: Not a problem. I will shower over there after I toss you your towels and I won't be able to see you and you won't be able to see me.

Fancy: You promise not to look?

Noah: Hey, look, I have seen plenty of naked babes, all right? In my dorm in college or skinny-dipping in Moose Pond. You know, my trip out west or out in Vegas? Yeah -- naked.

Fancy: Hmm. Well, you must be into quantity, not quality, because I happen to have a gorgeous body. And the paparazzi follow me everywhere trying to catch me in the buff.

Noah: It's sad what some people will do to make a buck.

Fancy: [As Noah] I've seen plenty of naked babes -- ugh. [Normal voice] Please. I've seen plenty of naked guys. And I bet none of them have a butt as cute as Noah's must be.

Fox: I'm going to go outside and clean up some of that debris. This place is a wreck.

Ivy: Yeah. You know, I'm sure Sam will be out there to help you as soon as he can. It's just the phone lines are back up for now and -- and he's trying to track down Jessica.

Fox: I hope she's ok.

Ivy: Yeah. Even after all the trouble that Jessica caused for Sam and me, I -- I hope she is, too. We really tried to stop her from going with that guy and having sex, but we lost her and then the tsunami hit and the earthquake and -- Sam is just a wreck, you know, worried that she's hurt or worse, and I just hope he gets some word soon.

Fox: Yeah, me, too. Any -- any word on Fancy at all?

Ivy: No. No, and I keep trying her cell phone and there's no -- I -- I just hope your sister is someplace safe.

Fox: So do I.

Ivy: Well, at least I know you're here and you're safe.

Fox: Right. Of course. Thank you.

Ivy: Yeah.

Fox: Hey, don't worry about me, Mom, all right? I'm going to be fine.

Ivy: Ok.

Fox: All right.

Ivy: No, you're wrong, Fox. As long as there's any chance that you could get involved with Kay Bennett, I will worry.

Fox: I wonder what Kay's up to.

Simone: Hey, Kay, we can talk about my stuff later. Look, the important thing right now is Jessica. That's why I came over. I wanted to let you and your dad know that I'd seen her.

Kay: Ok. Well, we should go tell my dad now, then, because he's going to be really glad to know that she wasn't hurt in that disaster.

Simone: What about you guys? None of you were hurt, were you?

Tabitha: No, no, dear. Thanks for asking.

Kay: Well, I -- I almost got hurt, but Fox saved me.

Simone: Fox Crane?

Kay: Yeah.

Simone: Good for him. I'm surprised he tore himself away from my sister and their baby.

Kay: Fox and Whitney aren't together anymore.

Simone: I know they're not together. She wants to be left alone, but Fox is still in love with her.

Kay: No, he's not.

Simone: How do you know? It's not like you guys hang out or anything.

Kay: Well, we didn't used to, but ever since the earthquake and the tsunami, we -- we've gotten to know each other a little better.

Tabitha: Hmm. That's an understatement.

Simone: Ok. Am I missing something?

Kay: Look, all I'm saying is that I think Fox has moved on when it comes to your sister. I mean, he can't forgive or forget the fact that she gave up his child for adoption behind his back.

Simone: Yeah. I'm having a hard time forgiving Whitney myself.

Kay: I mean, don't get me wrong -- I think, you know, I think that he really led her, but I don't think he has those kinds of feelings for her now.

Tabitha's voice: Indeed, Kay. You're hoping Fox has those kind of feelings for you now.

Father Lonigan: Whitney, my child, I can tell you're troubled. Was a friend or family member hurt in the quake or tsunami?

Whitney: No, Father, nothing like that.

Father Lonigan: Thank God.

Whitney: Right.

Father Lonigan: Then what weighs on you so heavily?

Whitney: Um -- I have done something evil, Father.

Father Lonigan: The admission of sin is the first step toward forgiveness. Tell me what happened. Unburden yourself.

Whitney: Well, I wanted to check on Miles after the earthquake. I wanted to make sure that he was ok, so I went to Chad's to check on him.

Father Lonigan: Was he?

Whitney: He and Chad were both fine.

Father Lonigan: Good.

Whitney: I was glad, too. Um -- but I was also afraid. You know, with Harmony being turned upside down by the earthquake and washed away by the tsunami, I still felt like -- like at any second, our lives could be over.

Father Lonigan: You are not alone in your feelings. They're common during catastrophes like the one that was visited on us.

Whitney: Maybe I'm not being clear, Father. I let my emotions get the best of me. Before I died, I wanted to let Chad know how much I still loved him.

Father Lonigan: As a brother, I hope. Whitney?

Whitney: Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned. I made love to Chad, again, knowing that he was my half brother. I did not plan for this to happen. Believe me, I didn't. I was there with Chad, you know, and we were alone and before we knew it, we were in each other's arms and kissing and -- and then we get closer and -- God, you know, it just felt so right, so natural. It felt like it did before, and I was so weak and afraid that things were going to be over that I -- I gave in to my love for Chad.

Father Lonigan: Oh, Whitney. This was why I cautioned both you and Chad not to try to live together platonically when he first suggested it. I knew this very thing was going to happen and strongly urged you both to resist temptation.

Whitney: Look, I know. Father, I know, and you were right. I mean, no matter how hard we try, no matter how wrong we know it is, it just -- it just feels so natural, and Chad and I, you know, we were too weak to resist temptation.

Father Lonigan: And it is wrong, Whitney. The commission of incest is a sin.

Whitney: I know, and -- I -- I know and I'm evil. I mean, I shouldn't live for what I've done. I know that.

Father Lonigan: That is for God to decide.

Whitney: Well, he better hurry up and decide because I'm afraid I might do it again.

Father Lonigan: No, Whitney.

Whitney: Well, it's true. I just don't trust myself. And seeing how ok Chad is with the whole thing just makes it that much worse. I am afraid of my own feelings. I'm afraid of what I'm capable of, Father, and I should die.

Father Lonigan: Whitney, no.

Whitney: No, Father, I need to kill myself. It would be best for everyone if I were dead.

Kay: Ok, so, I put Maria back down for her nap, so let's go next door and see Fox. Did I say "Fox"? I mean, my dad. We should go tell my dad about Jessica.

Simone: Ok.

Tabitha: I'll come with you.

Kay: No. No, you stay here. Somebody needs to watch the babies.

Tabitha: Oh, yes. Of course.

Kay: We'll be back.

Tabitha: Can't fool me, Kay. I know why you want to go next door -- you can't stay away from Fox.

Fox: I wonder where Kay is.

Tabitha: Seems as if Fox is as smitten with Kay as she is with him. Oh, the situation between those two could get quite interesting quite soon.

Noah: Towels. Towels.

Noah: Fancy's so full of herself, like she has the best body of any woman I've ever met. All right, she has the best body of any woman I've ever met, but I'd never give her the satisfaction of --

[Fancy screams]

Noah: Fancy? Oh, my god. What if we're not here alone?


Noah: She could be in trouble.

Father Lonigan: Killing yourself is not the solution to your problem, Whitney. Suicide never is. Your death would only bring more misery to everyone you claim to be helping. Besides, suicide is a sin. Only God has the right to take life.

Whitney: I know. I know you're right, Father. I -- I just -- I just get so upset. But I can't risk being with Chad again, and I don't trust myself not to be, no matter how wrong I know it is.

Father Lonigan: You must pray for strength to resist temptation.

Whitney: No, Father. No. I need to do more than just pray. I have to do something else. I -- I have to join a convent or something. That's what I'll do. I'll join a cloistered convent. I'll devote my life to God, I'll give up everything and everyone including Miles. It's the only thing I can do to make sure that I am never, ever with Chad again.

Sheridan: Please, Father, I need your help. Stop them from taking Mark away from me. I'm all he has and I can't risk him getting lost in the system or being put in a bad home. It just wouldn't be fair. It wouldn't be right.

Theresa: I know how you feel. I really do.

Sheridan: Thank you, Theresa. Please, Father. You've already cost me my son and Luis. Please help me to help this little boy. Please.

Sheridan: You have the power to stop them from taking Mark away from me. All you have to do is make one phone call.

Alistair: Of course.

On the Next Passions:

Sam: Your dad told me that you were in California. How did you get here?

Fancy: You want to play out all our fantasies?

Noah: Every last one.

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