Tuesday 1/18/06--Canada; Wednesday 1/19/06--USA
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Pilar: How dare you come here?
Katherine: I asked you a question, Pilar. Do you want to spend your life with a man who is in love with another woman?
Pilar: I don't know what you're talking about.
Katherine: Oh yes, you do. I know that you're making plans to renew your vows with Martin. Are you sure that's what you want to do? Knowing that he spent so many years loving someone else.
Pilar: Well, I've forgiven him for that.
Katherine: You've forgiven him. That's good. Even though he's still in love with me.
Pilar: No, he is not. Martin loves me and only me. He wants to be together.
Katherine: Are you sure about that?
Pilar: Oh, my God. You've got a lot of nerve to come here and try to make me think that my husband doesn't want me.
Katherine: Pilar, please try and be honest with yourself. Do you want a man who loves someone else more than he loves you? Knowing that he's going to hold this woman in his heart always?
Fancy: When you find your soul mate, don't you know it? And if you do, what's the point in waiting to fit into some conventional time frame?
Noah: Yeah, but if two people really do have such a strong connection, then why not wait and, you know, make sure?
Fancy: I just don't see the point. If they both know it's right, then why not make the commitment? Why not get married?
Noah: Well, I guess that's what Fox is thinking, right? Otherwise he wouldn't be asking Kay to marry him. You know, I think he feels that they don't need more time before making a commitment.
Fancy: I didn't ask Fox. I'm asking you, Noah. How do you feel about getting married?
Tabitha: Move your hand, master Fox. What are you holding?
Fox: Kay, I wanted to ask you--
Kay: I have never had champagne like this. It's delicious.
Fox: [Laughs] Great. I--I'm glad you like it. That's great. Thank you.
Kay: Caviar, too?
Fox: Well, I told you I wanted this night to be special, a night that you'd never forget.
Tabitha: What is that boy up to? Flowers and champagne and now caviar? What a waste of money. It's almost as if he was planning to... oh, hellfire and damnation. What has that boy got in his hand? Damn and blast! It's a ring. Oh no. He's going to propose to Kay. And if she accepts, their relationship is doomed forever.
Kay: I don't know what I've done to deserve all this.
Fox: Oh, well believe me, there is much more to come. I can promise you that.
Tabitha: This is disaster. If Fox proposes to Kay and she accepts, the very planets in the heavens will destroy their love. Oh, very nice rock. Ha! Totally flawless, I'd say. Oh, I wish Endora were awake. [Snoring] Every girl should learn the 4 C's about diamonds. Cut, color, clarity--oh, Tabitha, really. Just try to keep your mind on the problem at hand. If Fox proposes to Kay and she accepts, then their love is doomed.
Fox: Um...so I wanted this night to be special, a night that you'd never forget.
Tabitha: A night she'll never forget, indeed. This could be the night that Kay loses the love of her life forever.
Pilar: Look, Katherine, I don't know where all this is coming from. But you know very well that Martin came back to me to rebuild what you tore apart when he left with you. He wants his family back.
Katherine: He's still in love with me, Pilar.
Pilar: That's a lie.
Katherine: Did you ask him?
Pilar: I don't need to ask him. He's my husband. He loves me.
Katherine: He was your husband, and he loved you dearly. But when he saved me from Alistair, and he took me away from here, he fell in love with me. He's still in love with me. And he has not stopped loving me.
Pilar: How dare you? How dare you come into my home and try to make me believe that my husband is in love with you?
Katherine: It's true, Pilar. You are a very proud woman. So you really need to think about what you're doing. Because you're not just a doormat who's going to hold on to a man who doesn't fully love you when that's exactly what you deserve.
Pilar: I should've known it was all an act, huh? All this understanding and about you giving Martin up so that he would do the right thing. It was all a lie, right?
Katherine: Oh, the right thing, I so wanted to do the right thing, Pilar. I did. But is it the right thing if Martin still is in love with me?
Pilar: Get out. Get out of my house. You are a liar and a whore. And don't you ever come near me or my husband again! Get out!
Katherine: I'm not leaving here until we talk this out, once and for all.
Tabitha: I have to get a better look at what's going on. The picture in my magic bowl is from the greatest satellite there is: The moon. Must be something an old witch can do to separate those two and stop Fox from proposing.
Kay: This has been the most amazing night. I hope it never ends.
Fox: Well, it doesn't have to end, Kay, ever. I love you.
Kay: I love you, too.
Tabitha: My, my, Kay. You were so thirsty. All that water you've been drinking and all that champagne. Don't you want to freshen up, dear?
Fox: Kay, there is something I have to ask you.
Kay: Mm. Can it wait? I have to go to the ladies' room.
Fox: I mean--you got--you got to go right now?
Kay: I got to go right now.
Fox: Can't wait?
Kay: No. Ooh.
Fox: Hope you hurry back. Can't wait to see the look on your face when I ask you to marry me.
Tabitha: Not if I can get Kay out of there before you get the chance, buster.
Noah: You're asking me how I feel about marriage?
Fancy: Yes. I mean--I'm just curious.
Noah: Well, you know, I think marriage is a great institution. Then again who wants to live--
Fancy: ...In an institution. Ha ha, very funny. I heard that one when I was about 5.
Noah: Yeah an oldie but a goodie.
Fancy: You are avoiding my question.
Noah: No. We are talking about Fox and Kay, and I said that if Fox wants to get engaged, then more power to him.
Fancy: Even if they haven't been together that long.
Noah: Look, Fancy, to each his own, right? I feel that marriage is a big step, you know, and before you take that step, you should be sure. Before you walk into something that's so--so serious, you know, so permanent.
Fancy: But when you meet someone and you have an amazing connection with that person, isn't that more important than how long you've been dating?
Noah: I think it depends on the couple, all right? I mean, look, Fox has been in enough relationships to know when it's the real thing, right? And I talked to Kay earlier and she sounded like she was really in love.
Fancy: So you agree it's not too soon for them to become engaged.
Noah: Fancy, look, it's not up to me, ok. I can't tell Fox and Kay what to do with their lives.
Fancy: But what about you? How do you feel about getting married to someone you haven't known for very long?
Noah: I can't tell Fox and Kay what to do. So if they want to get married, all I can do is support them.
Fancy: That's not what I...
Noah: Look, Fancy... do you want to get out of here and have a little fun?
Noah: Yeah, fun. You know, I mean, Fox and Kay, they are out having a romantic evening. Why don't we go do the same thing? That would be nice, right?
Fancy: Well, I guess.
Noah: Good. All right. Let's go get changed and then we'll get out of here.
Fancy: Fox and Kay are also about to get engaged. What about us, Noah? Are you going to propose, too?
Tabitha: Come on, come on, Kay. I am trying to warm you of impending doom.
Kay: Tabitha, hey. What's going on? Is Maria all right?
Tabitha: Oh, yes, yes. Fine, fine, your daughter is fine. It's you. You're the one who's in danger.
Kay: Me? What--what are you talking about?
Tabitha: Listen, I've been watching you and Fox in my magic bowl.
Kay: Ok, Tabitha, how many times do I have to tell you--you've got to quit spying on us, ok? Because it--it's really creeping me out.
Tabitha: You--you should be down on your bended knee thanking me. Fox is about to propose to you.
Tabitha: Yes. He's got an engagement ring. And--and he is going to pop the question the moment you get back to the table.
Kay: Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. I don't believe it. Are you serious? Oh, my God, he loves me. He really loves me.
Tabitha: Kay, will you come off cloud 9, please? This is not good news.
Kay: Not good news? What are you talking about? Oh, my God, I love him so much. He's going to ask me to marry him. Oh, I've never wanted something so much in my entire life. Oh, thank you for ruining the surprise.
Tabitha: Ruining the surprise? You--you've lost your mind, haven't you, dear?
Kay: Ah, I am just going to have to pretend like I'm surprised. Oh who cares, he's going to be proposing. I'm going to be engaged. Oh, ok, well I got to go. I got to get back to the table. And you know, I don't want to give him time to change his mind. Ok, bye.
Tabitha: Kay, listen--listen to me. She's hung up. That girl is a real ditz, a ding-a-ling. She has completely forgotten the warning I gave her. Fox is going to propose to her and she's going to get engaged. Well, she'll remember my words when she loses him. What a twit.
Pilar: I told you to get out.
Katherine: I am not leaving until we talk this out.
Pilar: I have nothing to say to you.
Katherine: Well, you've had plenty to say. You just haven't said anything that convinces me that I am wrong.
Pilar: Convince you? I don't need to convince you of anything. Martin has given you up for good. He loves me. Now if you are having a difficult time accepting the truth that Martin is here living with me, trying to renew his vows to me, then I pity you.
Katherine: I don't want your pity. I want your honesty. I know that this is very difficult to admit, but if you search inside your heart and you don't blind yourself from the truth, you'd admit that you have your doubts about his love for you.
Pilar: I have no such doubts.
Katherine: Oh, Pilar, please. You must. I do know this man. And I know his feelings for me. So if you're being honest with yourself, you would be admitting that you know that he's still in love with me.
Pilar: I don't believe that. You came here to try to destroy my marriage, to steal my husband away from me again. But I am not going to let you do it.
Katherine: If I thought that there was something here to destroy, I wouldn't be here. Oh, Pilar, I know why Martin came back. And it wasn't because he wanted to renew his marriage with you.
Pilar: What? What are you saying?
Katherine: I don't want to hurt you anymore than I already have.
Pilar: Then don't. Stop these lies, and just get out.
Katherine: You know. I know you know, and maybe you've always known and just couldn't admit it to yourself. Alistair blackmailed Martin to come back to you. He threatened to tell Sheridan that she killed my sister when she was just a little girl. And Martin and I knew that that would destroy Sheridan forever. So Alistair forced me to give up Martin. And I begged him to come back to you.
Pilar: Well none of that matters now, does it? Because Martin came back and he loves me. And the only thing he wants is to be my husband again. So stop trying to destroy that.
Katherine: Pilar, I never ever intended to hurt you. I agonized over this. I blamed myself for your heartbreak, for your pain. I tried to honor you and your marriage to do the right thing. But I no longer believe that it's the right thing.
Pilar: Anyone with any kind of morals would know that it is, to cleanse yourself of an illicit love affair.
Katherine: Not illicit. You and Martin were married for a very short amount of time, just a few years.
Pilar: No, it was more than that, and we had 5 children together. How dare you?
Katherine: I understand, Pilar, but he and I were together for a very, very long time. And in that time, we built a relationship founded on trust, friendship, and a love that over those years developed into something precious, deep, an unbreakable bond. And we committed to each other in a binding way, every bit as important as yours. So why--so why is your relationship with Martin more important than mine? Why should your love be saved and not mine?
Fancy: I wonder if Fox has proposed yet.
Noah: Yeah who knows, huh?
Fancy: I wish I could see Kay's face when he does ask her to marry him.
Noah: Probably be an amazing moment.
Fancy: A memorable moment.
Fancy: One that she will hold in her heart forever.
Noah: Yeah, you know, and I think Fox feels the same exact way. God, at Tabitha's house. You know, he was so ready to propose right there. He can't even wait to get that ring on her finger.
Fancy: I am sure when you find the one, that the one you want to spend the rest of your life with, you can't wait to start, right?
Fancy: Am I making you uncomfortable, Noah, talking about marriage and proposals?
Noah: No. No, baby, no. You know, I should probably go talk to Liz. I need to see if I can get a few more hours working behind the bar here. Would you excuse me?
Noah: Ok. Oh, baby, I'll be right back, ok?
Woman: I know just how you feel, honey.
Fancy: Excuse me?
Woman: That cutie you're with. You are trying to get him to commit, right?
Fancy: What, you were listening?
Woman: Oh, I am sorry. I--I couldn't help overhearing. I see what a hard time you are having.
Fancy: Oh well... yes.
Woman: Getting any guy to commit is like pulling teeth. I've been there, honey. I know what you are going through.
Fancy: It's maddening. I can't even get an opinion out of him.
Woman: Of course it's maddening. The only thing a guy is good for is driving you nuts.
Fancy: I am beginning to think you're right.
Woman: Take my word. The last thing on a guy's mind is settling down.
Fancy: Oh, I am sure that's true for some guys. But we were just talking about my brother. He's going to propose to a girl tonight as we speak, so they can't all be just players.
Woman: But most of them are. They like to keep you hanging and keep you hoping and string you along for as long as they can. And then just when you decide it's never going to get any better and you decide to accept it as is, they dump you and move on.
Fancy: That's awful. I've never had that happen to me.
Woman: There's always the first time. This guy you're with, he's definitely the type.
Fancy: Oh, I don't think so. He's not like that at all.
Woman: Well, maybe he is different. I wouldn't count on it. Trust me, I've been around the block a few times. They're all pretty much the same.
Kay: Yeah, Tabitha, what is with you? What do you want?
Tabitha: I want to know you understand, dear. I want you to realize what you're doing.
Kay: [Scoffs] Of course I realize what I am doing. I am trying to get back to the table so Fox can propose to me.
Tabitha: Oh yeah. And I suppose you can't think of any reason why that shouldn't happen, huh?
Kay: No, what reason could there be? I love him and he loves me. Oh no. Oh no.
Tabitha: Precisely. If you and Fox become engaged before the planets are aligned and Mercury is in retrograde, your love will be doomed.
Kay: Tabitha, wait a second. You said he has a ring. How am I supposed to stop him from asking me? It would kill me to say no and if I do, what--what if he never asks me again? What am I going to do?
Tabitha: Frankly, dear, I haven't the foggiest.
Kay: Well, Tabitha, you have to think of something. What about Endora? Maybe--maybe she could put a hex on him and make him forget about proposing to me.
Tabitha: More magic? Ha! You know, the dark side doesn't just exist to make you happy, Kay. Besides, Endora's sound asleep. I can't rouse her. And believe me I have tried.
Kay: Yeah, well you have to try harder. Please, Tabitha. You--ok, look. You--you have to go and you have to try to wake her up. And in the meantime, I'll try to stall Fox from asking me to marry him. Oh, Tabitha, please help me.
Tabitha: Oh, how did I get involved in this? All right, all right, I'll give it a shot. But I don't promise anything. And Endora's out of it like this. The world could end and she would sleep right through it.
Kay: Well, Tabitha she has to help me. You--you have to wake her up and make her do something.
Tabitha: I said--I said I'll try.
Kay: This is insane. I bet I am the only girl in the world who's ever had to use magic to stop her boyfriend from proposing.
Tabitha: Yes. It is--it is quite unusual, isn't it? You know I heard that Camilla paid some of the girls at Stonehenge.
Man: Here you are, sir. Dessert special of the evening, Fantasy Parfaits. I put the ring in the young lady's like you requested.
Fox: Oh great, great, great. Thank you. Thank you very much. It's gonna be perfect, you know. I can't wait to see the look on her face when she sees the ring. I--I think she's going to be pretty happy with it.
Man: I'm sure she will, sir.
Man: I see a lot of couples get engaged here at the Seascape. It's always a pleasure to watch the lady's reactions.
Fox: Great. Thank you. Whoa... here you go.
Kay: Thank you.
Fox: You're welcome. It's my pleasure. Here you go.
Kay: Thank you.
Fox: So, I took the liberty of ordering dessert. I hope you don't mind.
Kay: No, it looks delicious.
Fox: Great. So just, you know, go at it there. Dig in.
Kay: Ok. Mm.
Katherine: Why is your love more sacred, more worth saving than mine?
Pilar: How dare you even ask that? Martin and I were married in a church before God. We have children together. And you're nothing but the slut who seduced my husband.
Katherine: You know that's not how it happened. Martin and I fell in love, deeply in love. And if you need to keep saying that to yourself to feel better... but I am not a slut. I am not Martin's whore. I am the woman he loves. So I need to know, do you plan to hold him to a promise that was made out of duty and obligation?
Pilar: Oh, you bitch.
Katherine: You will not slap me. You will not hit me again, Pilar. I am sick of your abuse because I felt guilty.
Pilar: You are guilty, Katherine! You stole my husband. You destroyed my family.
Katherine: So Martin and I fell in love with each other and you were hurt. But we did not plan that. And I am not going to take the brunt of your frustration any longer. Frustration that comes because what I am saying is true and you know it.
Pilar: I don't have to listen to any of it.
Katherine: Oh yes you do. I am through with being made to feel guilty. I am through being called a tramp. I've apologized to you. I've done everything in my power to encourage Martin to love you, to come back to you. I gave up the man I love with all my heart for you!
Pilar: Don't you dare pretend that you did this to be honorable. You just admitted that you did it for your own daughter, to protect Sheridan, for your own selfish reasons because you are a selfish, self-centered woman. You don't think about anybody but yourself. You don't care that you're stealing another woman's husband. You don't even think about the children whose father you've taken.
Katherine: And what about you, Pilar? You want to hold this man to his obligation, to his sense of duty. But what about his feelings, huh? You love him so much. What about his feelings? These seem to be all about your feelings. You know, you just might be the selfish one here, Pilar.
Tabitha: Endora. Endora, darling. Will you please wake up? Mommy needs you. Kay needs you.
[Snoring] And more importantly, Fox needs you. And you know how fond you are of your half-brother. And he needs your help right now or he and Kay are going to spend long, lonely lives of utter desperation, and you don't want that, do you? Ok. Please, Endora, wake up. We need your magic. We need your magic to stop Fox from proposing to Kay. Oh well. This isn't pretty. You are not cooperating. Well, drastic times call for drastic measures.
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Kay: Mm, mm, mm, mm.
Fox: So, how's the parfait?
Kay: Um, delicious.
Kay: Hmm, everything.
Fox: Good. I wanted--I wanted tonight to be--wow, I wanted tonight to be perfect, you know.
Kay: Oh, it is wonderful.
Kay: But this is--this is the best. Why aren't you--you don't like it?
Fox: Oh no, no. I'm sure--I'm sure it's good.
Kay: Yeah, try it, try it.
Fox: Yeah. Mm--no, it's great.
Kay: Great, huh?
Fox: It's unbelievable.
Kay: Isn't it? I wonder if I can make it.
Fox: If you could make it?
Kay: Uh-huh, you think I could?
Kay: [Voice-over] Oh, my God. What a rock! It's gorgeous. But I can't accept it yet. I gotta think of a way out of this. Phew, that was fantastic.
Fox: Hmm? You should finish your dessert.
Kay: Uh-uh, I'm stuffed. Let's dance.
Fox: What? What do you mean? I...
Kay: Yeah, let's dance. If I don't move, I'm gonna explode.
Fox: I think you should finish your dessert.
Kay: Are you trying to get me fat?
Kay: Then let's go.
Kay: [Voice-over] This is insanity. This is the most perfect thing that could ever happen to me and I have to stop it.
Fancy: You're wrong about Noah. He's not like those guys you were talking about. He's different.
Woman: You really think so?
Fancy: I know so. Even though we haven't been dating that long, I know he loves me and not just because he tells me so. He shows me in so many ways.
Woman: Well, honey, I hope you're right. But until you have that ring on your finger, don't take anything for granted. And don't believe everything he tells you.
Fancy: I think it would be awful if I couldn't believe the man I'm with when he said he loved me.
Woman: You can believe him all you want, just don't expect too much.
Fancy: You mean expect a ring and a date anytime soon.
Woman: Exactly. A guy's always gonna have a million different excuses why he can't get married and a million reasons why he's just not ready.
Fancy: Well, like I said, Noah's different. And look at my brother, he's about to get engaged tonight. So they're not all like that. I refuse to believe they are.
Woman: All right. Suit yourself. Let me give you just one more piece of advice. If and when you do manage to get a ring out of him, drag him to the church fast. I have a girlfriend who's had a ring on her finger for 14 years and she's still not married.
Fancy: Oh that's terrible.
Woman: Tell me about it. That's just the way men are. They never want to settle down with just one woman.
Fancy: I swear it's in their DNA.
Woman: Whatever. Guys are all the same.
Noah: Hey, cutie pie, good news. Liz agreed to give me 6 more hours behind the bar. That will help pay the bills.
Noah: Are you all right? Something happen when I was gone?
Fancy: No, not really. I just learned a little about something I hadn't considered before.
Man: Would you like to order a drink, miss?
Woman: Yes, please. Campari and soda.
Man: Wow, you're absolutely beautiful. I mean stunning. But I'm sure you've heard that before.
Man: Then you probably also heard that a woman as beautiful as you can only mean one thing: Trouble.
Woman: Yes, I have heard that, too. Big trouble.
Tabitha: Nothing. How can you sleep through this racket? Nobody can listen to that whole bloody song without losing their mind. And I certainly can't go on singing it. Oh! Running out of time.
[Snoring stops] I've got to do something. Kay's good, but she can't stall this long. Oh, Endora, you little minx, you're awake. Do you know how long I've been trying to wake you up, huh? Well, no matter. Listen. Listen, we need your help, Endora. Fox and Kay are in big trouble and we need your magic powers to help them. There's no time to lose. No, we have to stop Fox from proposing to Kay. Right?
Fox: Are you all right?
Kay: Yeah, I am fine.
Fox: I can feel the tension in your body. Sure you're all right?
Kay: Yeah, I am fine.
Fox: Just don't seem too relaxed, that's all.
Kay: Oh I am relaxed. Just, you know, it's been a hectic couple of days. I am actually pretty exhausted. Maybe we should go home. I am really tired.
Fox: You gotta be kidding me. I mean, you are tired?
Fox: Well, I am not tired. Look, we are having a wonderful night. It's romantic, it's wonderful. I hate to cut it short. You sure you're that tired, we gotta go home?
Kay: Yeah, I am pretty pooped.
Fox: I can't even believe you are pooped. Look, I'm gonna ask you for a favor, ok. Why don't you stick around here with me for just a little bit longer? Ok, I promise--promise you won't be sorry. This is gonna be an evening that you'll never forget.
Kay: [Voice-over] That's what I'm afraid of.
Tabitha: Endora, will you please try and think of a way to stop Fox from proposing to Kay. As soon as they get back to that table, he's going to point out that ring in her dessert. Oh, you're a genius, sweet pea. You made that busboy take away the dish with the ring in it. Without the ring, of course Fox can't propose to Kay. You've saved them, Endora. You've saved Fox and Kay's true love.
Noah: What's the matter, Fancy? I thought we came out here to have a good time.
Fancy: I am sorry. I don't mean to be a downer. I guess I am just so anxious to know whether Fox has proposed to Kay yet.
Noah: Oh ok, ok. Hey, I don't have any messages, right. And I am sure once Fox proposes, that Kay will be so excited, she'll call everybody in the world.
Fancy: I can only imagine how excited she'll be. She'll be so thrilled. Marrying the man you love is every girl's dream, Noah.
Noah: Yeah, I'm sure it is.
Fancy: Um, excuse me. I am going to the ladies' room.
Noah: [Sighs] Oh, God. I know what you want, Fancy. I know what you want.
Woman: Excuse me?
Fancy: I--I am sorry. I didn't see you.
Woman: You seem a bit preoccupied.
Fancy: I guess I am.
Woman: Let me guess. You're thinking about a man.
Fancy: How did you know?
Woman: I just know a man can do that to you.
Fox: Oh no. Oh no, where did--where did they take the desserts?
Kay: Oh I didn't want anymore anyway, did you?
Fox: Well, yes. Yes I wanted more. Wonder where they took it. I gotta find out where they took them. I'll be right back, ok?
Kay: Ok. I gotta get out of here. If I keep stalling, he's going to become crazy. Hi, excuse me. Can you tell my date that I had an emergency, I had to go?
Man: Go? But I'm sure he'll be very upset if you leave without him.
Kay: Yeah I know. Just tell him it was an emergency and I had no choice. I had to leave. Thank you. Thank you.
Fox: Ok. Oh, you gotta be kidding me. Oh, you gotta be kidding me. Which one of these things has Kay's ring in it? I can't propose to her without a ring. Gotta find the ring!
Tabitha: Oh, my little Einstein. You did it. As long as Fox doesn't have the ring, he won't propose. Oh, you saved their relationship. Uh-oh. What-- what's he doing?
Fox: Come on, where is this stupid parfait? A-ha, there it is. Thank God. Uh, say there, André, maybe you can give me a towel to wash myself off, huh?
Andre: Oh my, yes of course.
Fox: Yeah. Yeah I can't really propose to my girl looking like this.
Andre: I am sorry, sir, but the young lady just left.
Fox: Come again? Left--what do you mean, like she left the building, she left?
Andre: Yes, sir. She said she had an emergency.
Fox: You gotta be kidding me.
Andre: No, sir, I am serious. Do you still want that towel?
Fox: Yeah give me the towel, André, I look like--I wonder what the emergency could be, you know? I'll tell you something else, I didn't know she was going to make it so difficult for me to propose to her, you know. But we are men. And this is what we got to do. We gotta--we gotta forge ahead. There's no stopping now. I'm gonna propose to her tonight. Nothing can stop me.
Tabitha: Oh, dear, did you hear that? Fox is not giving up. He is determined to propose. He's determined to propose to her. And she's either not going to be able to stop him or she's not going to be able to say no. Their relationship is over, you know. And no one is going to be able to put it back this time. Not even you, my little witchling.
Fox: I know Tabitha's living room isn't as romantic as the Seascape, but I'm proposing to Kay tonight.
Kay: If he asks me to marry him, it will ruin everything.
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