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Passions Transcript Friday 1/27/06--Canada; Monday 1/28/06--USA
 
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Gwen: Is Miss Jane awake? No, she's not. Honey, can you believe that Jane is going to learn to walk and talk in India?

Ethan: Yeah.

Gwen: You know what? Let's pack her things up and then wake her, ok? Then we're off to the airport.

Ethan: All right. I'm not looking forward to this flight, though, Gwen. We're going halfway around the world.

Gwen: I know. I know it's long, but it's going to be so worth it. Honey, with your transfer to the Crane Industries office in India, this is gonna be a new start for us--a brand new life. You and me and Jane in an exciting place. India is so fascinating. Plus, the economy's really picking up there. I think you're going to be very busy over there.

Ethan: You're right. We're going to be in for some culture shock, though. You know that.

Gwen: Seriously, I wouldn't have cared if Julian would have transferred you to the North Pole. Because for the first time, since we were married, Theresa is not going to be able to torment us. You know what this means, right?

Ethan: Hmm?

Gwen: This means that we are finally free of her. We are never, ever, ever going to have to see that conniving little witch again.

Hannah: Listen up, dough eyes. Every married woman has rights, especially if you're married to a rich man. Don't you know what that ring on your finger is? It's a band of steel linking you to your husband and his bank account. All you got to do is figure out what your rights are and use it to your advantage.

Theresa: How--how do you know this? And I--why should I, uh, listen to you?

Hannah: Baby cakes, take a look at me. Don't you know who I am? I know I lost some weight and all that, but don't tell me you don't recognize me? This face, this hot bod, are world famous.

Theresa: You said your name was Hannah, right?

Hannah: Hello? Hannah Nicola Smythe. Centerfold, TV personality, national heroine. Let me tell you, when it comes to getting your hooks into a rich man, I wrote the book.

Theresa: Yes, I--I read about you.

Hannah: You bet you have, sweet cheeks. And if you're smart, you'll use what you read about me as your new bible, your how-to guide to get what you want. We're birds of a feather. Like you, I was married to one of the richest men in the world. And my sweet poopsie was old, too--like 4 times my age. And when he died, his no-account son tried to keep me from what I was entitled to. But even though I was going through a terrible amount of grief, I knew I had rights. I found out what they were and I fought back. And let's just say, it paid off... big time. You got rights, sugar, I know. That "Mrs." In front of your name is like the key to Fort Knox.

Kay: Look at those two witches! They're at Fox's office right now. Ugh! I should have known that they were plotting to wreck my relationship with him. They tried to sabotage me at work. They're trying to turn him away from me.

Ivy: This is perfect. It won't be long before we can drive a permanent wedge between Fox and Kay. I will never let that girl into my son's life--never.

Kay: Did you hear that? I have got to stop them.

Tabitha: No, Kay. You'll only make things worse. If you go over there, you'll be helping Ivy and Valerie and not stopping them.

Kay: Yes, and if I stay here, it is for sure that they will win, ok? Either way, I lose the man that I love.

Fancy: I'm sorry, Noah. We've given it a good shot, but it's over between us forever.

Noah: Wait, Fancy, don't go.

Fancy: You know how I feel about honesty. If we don't have that, we don't have anything. Are you going to tell me the truth about Maya? I know she's more than just an ex-girlfriend.

Noah: Look, Maya is in my past, Fancy, all right? I'm with you now that's all that matters.

Fancy: No. No more secrets. If you can't give me honesty, we have to go our separate ways. What's it going to be? Good-bye, Noah.

Noah: Fancy, wait, no.

Fancy: Oh, forget it. It's really over for us.

Gwen: I would climb Mount Everest to get away from Theresa. I mean, honey, this is going to be so wonderful. I think I am gonna have to pinch myself every single day just to make sure that I am not dreaming. Fabulous new life in an amazing country with no Theresa. I feel like I've won the lottery. We never have to see her again.

Ethan: Honey, look, we--we are moving to India. But Theresa is still going to be a part of our lives.

Gwen: What the hell are you talking about?

Theresa: I don't think our situations are very similar. You don't know the Cranes.

Hannah: And you don't know my husband's family. All rich men are powerful and controlling. But if you play your cards right, you can beat them at their own game. So, details, details... are you thinking divorce? I wouldn't, if I were you. It puts you in a weaker position. If you're smart, you'll hang in there until your husband kicks the bucket. A widow always gets her piece of the pie.

Theresa: My husband is in a coma.

Hannah: Praise the Lord. Congratulations, sweetie. Even if he doesn't die for a while, you can still get a head start on your moves. There are 3 little magic words that I just adore. Power of attorney. Now, do you know what's in his will?

Theresa: Not really. I know what Alistair says is in his will, but you know, he's the biggest liar that I know.

Hannah: Well, then, you can crack in, honey, and find that will, and you read every word. And if you don't understand it, you bat your eyes at some cute lawyer until he explains it to you. You can bet the minute your husband started to fall apart, his children went racing down to the vault to read it. They probably got it memorized word for word by now. You can't let them take advantage of your ignorance.

Theresa: I--I don't think that's going to happen. Alistair--he's got this son, Julian--Julian Crane, and he is a good man now. So, he has offered to help out. Now he is in charge of the entire empire.

Hannah: I just bet he is. The sons are the worst. Who do you think I have been fighting for years? My honey bun left me oodles and oodles of money in his will. But the minute he took the big dirt sleep, his son showed up with an army of lawyers and tried to kick me out on my keister. But I was ready for him because I knew my rights. I fought that bast--my stepson all the way to the Supreme Court, and now look at me. I travel, I shop, I even raise hell at every board meeting. I even bought a baseball team and they all hit homers with me. Ha ha ha! I even get to spend my days in lovely spas like this, all because I knew my rights.

Theresa: You sound like Rebecca.

Hannah: Who? Listen, honey, I earned every penny of my money just like you have.

Theresa: I didn't marry Alistair for the money.

Hannah: Then why the hell did you marry the old coot?

Theresa: For love.

Woman: Are you moving forward with Noah as planned?

Maya: I am working on it.

Woman: That's not good enough. I have told you before.

Maya: Look, I told you I would take care of things, and I will. But Noah is in love with someone else now. This could take longer than we thought.

Woman: Don't let it take too long, Maya. You know how important this is.

Maya: Of course, I know. Look, I have another call. I will check in with you later.

Woman: Stay focused, Maya. Don't lose sight of our goal.

Maya: I know. I won't.

Noah: Maya?

Maya: Hey, Noah.

Noah: Hey, I want to talk to you. Is there someplace we can meet?

Maya: You bet. I am down at the wharf right now.

Noah: Ok, I will come down there. Bye.

Maya: Noah, wait. You sound so mysterious. Can you tell me what this is about?

Noah: The past--our past. And how we're going to put it to rest.

Maya: Sorry, Noah. Our past can't be put to rest, not yet. It is all about to be reopened.

Fox: Oh, Mother. To what do I owe the honor?

Ivy: Well, I just came by to see how you're doing.

Fox: At this hour?

Ivy: I worry about you, Fox. You work too much.

Fox: Ah-ha. Seriously, well, what's--what's the reason? Why did you come down here?

Ivy: Valerie, should I put up with such insolence from my own son?

Valerie: Hey, leave me out of it.

Ivy: Honestly, Fox, can't a concerned mother come by and check on her own child?

Fox: Yeah, yeah, no, I think it is great. It is just, you know--with you, half the time when I was growing up, you couldn't remember my name.

Ivy: Fox, that is a lie.

Fox: So, really, come on, tell me the truth. Why did you come all the way down here?

Ivy: Ok, you caught me. The jeweler called.

Fox: Ah.

Ivy: Wanted to know if the ring you bought your girlfriend fit or if it needed to be adjusted?

Fox: Now we're getting somewhere. So, you found out that I was going to propose to Kay?

Ivy: Guilty.

Fox: Right. And you came down here, what, to talk me out of it?

Ivy: I didn't say that.

Fox: Well, you don't have to say that. I know you well enough. What is it, Mom? Is it, um--I am not old enough or I haven't known her long enough? Some silly reason like that? Would you let me know why I shouldn't propose to Kay?

Tabitha: Fancy. Drop-in guests at this hour, lovely.

Fancy: I am sorry. I was hoping to find Fox.

Kay: Oh, he is not here. Is everything ok?

Fancy: Oh, yeah, sure. Everything is just peachy--

Kay: Ok, it doesn't sound like that. Why are you so upset?

Fancy: It is nothing. I just--I just need to talk to Fox.

Kay: Well, he had to go to the office.

Fancy: He is working? Now? But I thought you two were going away on a trip.

Kay: We were. But I just came down with something all of a sudden, so we just called it off. And then Valerie called, so he had to go to work.

Fancy: You don't look sick at all.

Kay: I think it was one of those 24-hour bugs.

Tabitha: 24 minutes you mean?

Fancy: Did Fox talk to you about anything before he left?

Kay: No.

Fancy: Oh, God, what is wrong with that boy? Kay, you listen to me, Kay. You get down to that office and tell him that you are feeling 100% better and you want to leave on your trip.

Kay: I don't know.

Fancy: I do. Don't ask me questions, just listen, ok? Life is too short and love is too precious. You have got to hang on to it if you have got it. You have got to hang on to it as tightly as you can before it slips away. Do you hear me? You gotta make the most of every moment you have together because you never know if it is going to slip away.

Kay: Ok, who--who are you talking about, me and Fox or you and Noah?

Noah: Thank you for meeting me.

Maya: You sounded so serious on the phone. It must be important.

Noah: It is. It is about that night in the attic.

Maya: Why bring that up, Noah? That was a terrible night. If it wasn't for what happened, we would still be together.

Noah: Yeah, I know. And I am not going to let what happened ruin my relationship with Fancy as well.

Maya: What do you mean?

Noah: I love her, Maya, I do, ok? And I want--no, I need to have an open and honest relationship with her. And I can't if I am hiding secrets. I have to tell Fancy the truth.

Maya: No.

Noah: Look, Maya, that's what I wanted to talk to you about, to warn you.

Maya: Noah, you can't.

Noah: I have to, Maya. And I am not going to let what happened in that attic ruin my whole life. I have to tell Fancy everything.

Gwen: What do you mean Theresa is still going to be a part of our lives?

Ethan: I want you over here, come here. Listen--listen to me. We can't cut Theresa out of our lives completely.

Gwen: Why not?

Ethan: Gwen, she is Jane's biological mother.

Gwen: Ok, she may be the biological mother, but Jane is my child. I am the one who is going to raise her, not Theresa. Ethan, this is our big chance here. We are moving halfway across the world to get away from her. This is--this is our family, you, me, and Jane.

Ethan: I know this. I understand that, and you are going to raise her. You are going to be with her every single day, but we can't just pretend that Theresa didn't give birth to her, Gwen. We can't cut Jane out of Theresa's life completely.

Gwen: Why not? Theresa is unstable. Ethan, she is more than that, she is certifiable. She has no right to Jane whatsoever.

Ethan: Honey, the courts wouldn't even agree to that. Biological parents do have their rights.

Gwen: How did Jane come into this world in the first place? She tricked you, she drugged you. You never would have slept with her if you weren't out of your mind. She is insane. Do you really want a woman like that around your daughter?

Ethan: Honey, I am hoping that maybe some day, Theresa will settle down into a new life, and she will just calm down.

Gwen: If you think that, then you are crazier than she is.

Ethan: Look, we have to give her a chance. If she ever starts acting like an adult, we cannot deny Jane the chance to know her own mother.

Hannah: Now hang on one cotton-pickin' minute. You're telling me you married gazillionaire Alistair Crane for love? That creepy old guy?

Theresa: Yes.

Hannah: Save the performance for the courtroom, sweet cheeks. You don't have to pretend with me.

Theresa: I'm not pretending. I am telling you the truth. I married Alistair for love. Because I am in love with another man.

Hannah: Huh?

Theresa: I made a bargain with him. If I married Alistair, he was going to help me, by using his power, to get my daughter and the man that I love back.

Hannah: Whoa, nelly. You're good, girl. I hadn't thought of that one.

Theresa: Well, it was the biggest mistake of my life because marrying Alistair didn't help me get my daughter or the man that I love back. I have been in hell. And you say that you didn't, um, like having sex with your old man? Well, having sex with mine was torture. You know, he was--well, he got off on degrading me and he was vicious and he was cruel and he made me his slave.

Hannah: Oh, darling. You've really been through the ringer, huh?

Theresa: More than you can know.

Hannah: Well, sounds like you need both a lawyer and a shotgun. All the more reason for you to collect, and collect big. After all that you've put up with, you need to get paid for it--and paid well.

Theresa: I--just--I don't care about the money.

Hannah: Hush your mouth. Don't you let anybody ever hear you say that--ever, ever, ever. Of course you care about the money and what that money can do for you. Now, come to mama, honey pie. It is time you get your lesson in what's what and how to get exactly what you want.

Fox: Ok, ok, let's--let's have it. I know you want to talk me out of proposing to Kay.

Ivy: No, Fox, I don't feel that way at all.

Fox: Really?

Ivy: If you feel certain Kay is the one you want to marry, then you have my blessing.

Fox: Thank you. You're amazing, you really are. I thought you would be upset.

Ivy: Upset? No. Darling, what woman wouldn't be thrilled to have her son find the perfect girl to keep him happy? What did she say when you proposed?

Fox: Well, thing is, I haven't really asked her yet.

Ivy: Why not?

Fox: Well, it is kind of crazy, really. We haven't been able to spend enough time together for me to pop the question. Every time I start to ask her, she's got to run off to some emergency or something. It's nuts, you know? Actually, I thought she was trying to avoid me.

Ivy: Oh, well, dear.

Fox: What?

Ivy: Well, honey, I am sure Valerie will confirm that may be exactly what she is doing.

Fox: What?

Ivy: Fox, it might not be too soon for you to become engaged, but it might be too soon for Kay.

Kay: Ok, ok, what happened? Did you and Noah have a fight?

Fancy: It's over.

Kay: What? No, that's impossible. You guys love each other.

Fancy: Sometimes love isn't enough. Other things can get in the way.

Kay: No, no, no, no. You guys are perfect together.

Fancy: That's what I thought. I've never found a one like Noah.

Kay: And he has never found anyone like you, Fancy. You cannot break up. What happened?

Fancy: It's--it's too much to go into. Let's just say there was something I don't think we can get past.

Kay: Ok, what kind of something?

Fancy: Something that changes everything. Or someone--someone Noah's never let go of.

Noah: If I don't tell Fancy everything, I am gonna lose her forever. I will risk anything not to lose the woman I love.

Maya: Not so long ago you said that same thing about me.

Noah: I am not the one who brought us to an end, Maya. That was you.

Maya: I had no choice.

Noah: Yeah, maybe not. But I would have done anything that I could to keep us together.

Maya: So you say. You have no idea the pain I went through, how much I missed you. And how I grieved when I thought our love was gone.

Noah: It is gone. Maya, our love is gone. It's over, all right? I am sorry. But after you, I didn't think I was going to be able to love another woman ever again. I was scared--I was scared to open my heart. Then, I met Fancy. She ragged on me and she irritated me and she yelled at me. I guess you could say she annoyed me into loving her. But I do, Maya. I love her, deeply. And I am not going to lose everything that means anything to me because of something that happened so long ago. Fancy knows that I am hiding something and she's not going to put up with it. I have to tell her everything.

Maya: Ok, I can see you're sure about this.

Noah: Absolutely. But I don't want to hurt you, Maya. That's why I wanted to talk to you first.

Maya: I appreciate that. And I understand why you feel you need to be truthful with Fancy. You've always been an honest man. That's one of the reasons I fell in love with you. But before you talk to Fancy, there is something we need to discuss... something very important. What was I thinking?

Gwen: Well, I suppose if we've forgotten anything, Theresa can always bring it to us when she gets to India.

Ethan: Stop. It's not funny, she is not joining us.

Gwen: Ok, we are moving halfway across the world to get away from her. But you are saying that she still needs to be a part of our lives.

Ethan: No, not our lives. Jane's life, yes. And that's only if Theresa starts acting like a normal person, Gwen. Otherwise, I don't want to have anything to do with her, I promise you.

Gwen: Do not make promises that you can't keep. You know her. No matter what we say or do, she is going to find a way to force herself into our life. And if you give her any responsibility for Jane--any whatsoever--she is going to use that baby as just a way to get her claws into you.

Ethan: All right. Come here.

Gwen: What?

Ethan: Gwen, come here. Listen, I am trying to do the right thing here, not just for us, but for Jane. That little girl deserves to know her birth mother, but the ball is in Theresa's court. She doesn't act like a responsible adult, I won't let her near Jane.

Gwen: You know, no matter what Theresa does to us, you always give her an out.

Ethan: That's not true.

Gwen: Oh, but it is.

Ethan: Theresa is not going to come between us anymore, Gwen.

Gwen: I've heard that before.

Ethan: Well, you can believe it this time because we are off to a new start with a new future in a new country, for God's sake. Honey, there is no way that Theresa can stop that.

Hannah: Then, once you do that, it's smooth sailing, child.

Theresa: You really think this could work?

Hannah: Honey, I convinced the Supreme Court to see things my way. I know what's right. You are Mrs. Alistair Crane. You got lots more power than you think. You just got to get off your fanny and get busy before it is too late. Sugar face, let's face facts. We both sold ourselves to the highest bidder and our husbands got what they wanted in spades. It's only right that they pay when the bill comes due... and pay and pay and pay. Don't let your marriage to this evil, dirty old man be for nothing--use it. You got to be practical. You don't seem like the--the kind of girl who just rolls over and cries uncle. You got to turn things around and you got to--you got to turn this lousy situation around and make it work for you. And make it work against everybody who gets in your way. You just run him right over and turn him into road kill.

Theresa: Maybe you are right.

Hannah: Honey, I know I am right. Man, oh, man. I feel like I have been slow-roasted on a barbecue. Now, honey love, trust me. You're going to thank me for this. Remember what Marilyn said, "diamonds are a girl's best friend."

Theresa: Maybe Hannah's right. Maybe I do have more power than I think.

Kay: This is terrible. You can't break up with Noah; you guys were so happy.

Fancy: I know. I mean, two seconds later, it was all over. That's why you've got to make certain that doesn't happen with you and Fox. That you are here and he is at the office--come on, Kay, go away with Fox. Don't postpone love. It won't wait around forever. It's important you go.

Kay: I know, I just--I haven't been feeling too good lately.

Fancy: You look fine to me. Just think how sick you will be if you lose Fox--heartsick. You need to treasure every second you have together. You never know if love can be taken away. Excuse me, I need to be alone.

Tabitha: Don't listen to her, Kay.

Kay: But she's right. I should be cherishing every moment that I have with Fox. But instead, I am trying to avoid spending time alone with him.

Tabitha: If you're alone with him, he'll propose to you. And if you say yes, it's over. We know that, she doesn't.

Kay: I know, but what am I supposed to do? Every way I look, I see disaster. Ivy and Valerie, you and your success spell and the planets. You know what? If I keep avoiding him, Tabitha, I am going to lose him anyway. I just have to take my chances and just hope that our love will beat this.

Tabitha: Where are you going?

Kay: Where else? To the man that I love.

Fox: Hold on a second. What--what are you talking about? What do you mean Kay might not be ready to get engaged to me? She loves me.

Ivy: Well, love isn't the whole package, Fox. Kay might be gun-shy about marriage and with good reason.

Fox: What good reason? Hold on a second; what is it? What do you two know that I don't, huh?

Valerie: Fox, come on, Kay and I aren't exactly friends, but even I know about that other guy. What was his name, Miguel? Is that it? He broke her heart. Every girl in this building feels sorry for her.

Fox: Yeah, Kay hasn't brought up Miguel in months.

Ivy: Well, she wouldn't, now would she? Not if she has an ounce of pride. It was so sad. She followed him around like a puppy dog for years and then he gets her pregnant and then he runs after her own cousin--it was devastating. She might still be carrying a torch for Miguel.

Fox: No, she is not carrying a torch for Miguel. She loves me.

Ivy: Right, of course. But you know, a woman never really gets over that kind of thing. And you--you say you are ready to get married again, but what about Whitney? It wasn't too long ago you wanted to marry her.

Fox: See, now you are talking about two different things, though.

Ivy: Well, there are similarities.

Fox: What similarities?

Ivy: Fox, not every girl in this town wants to saddle you with another man's baby.

Fox: Ok, you know what? That's enough. I am marrying Kay and that's final, all right?

Ivy: Great, fabulous. I just think maybe you should slow down a little bit in case she is on the rebound from Miguel.

Fox: She is not on the rebound from Miguel.

Ivy: Then why is she avoiding your proposal?

Valerie: If she was as sure about you as you are about her, she would grab at the chance to get engaged.

Fox: Let me explain something to you two. You two are crazy, ok? The woman doesn't even know that I am going to ask her to marry me.

Ivy: Oh, please, Fox. Every girl knows. We get a vibe.

Fox: Really? So, you are telling me that she is avoiding me because she is picking up on this vibe?

Ivy: No doubt about it.

Fox: Huh.

Ivy: And if you put pressure on her, she could bolt.

Valerie: And look at all the pressure she is under already. She is working full-time at a difficult job she is not qualified for, she is going to school...

Ivy: She is taking care of Miguel's bastard child--a beautiful little girl.

Fox: Yeah.

Ivy: You know, getting engaged--it should be a joyous occasion. If you put too much pressure on her, she might just think it is another burden.

Fox: Yeah, maybe you are right.

Ivy: I know I am right.

Maya: Before you tell Fancy about what happened that night in the attic, there's something we need to discuss.

Noah: Like what?

Maya: I need a favor.

Noah: Maya, look, you can't just show up, drop into my life, and start making demands.

Maya: It is not a demand. And if I meant as much to you as you said I did, you'll at least listen to me. What happened that night in the attic didn't just affect you; it affected me as well. So, before you talk to Fancy, I need a little time.

Noah: How much time?

Maya: I don't know. It's complicated. But I need your help with something first.

Noah: I am sorry, Maya, ok? If I don't act fast, I am going to lose Fancy for good. I have to tell her our secret.

Maya: Noah, please, I need your help.

Noah: You're going to have to find someone else, Maya. I'm sorry. Look, what we had together--it was good, it was great, but it is over. Fancy means too much to me to risk losing her. Good night.

Maya: Noah, wait. I have no intention of losing you either.

Ivy: What are you gonna do, Fox?

Fox: I'll do what you said. I will wait. I never thought about this from Kay's point of view, you know? I thought that because we love each other the way that we she would be ready to marry me when I was ready to marry her. If she is nervous about it, I will wait for her.

Ivy: I think that is best.

Fox: Still a good thing that I got the ring, though, because this way, when she is ready, I will still have the ring.

Kay: Hi, honey.

Fox: What are you doing here? I thought you were sick.

Ivy: Yeah, you don't look well at all.

Kay: Oh, I am fine, I feel great. I was hoping that we could still go away for the weekend. I would love to be alone with you. Do you think we could still go?

Fox: Are you kidding me? There is nothing I would want more than to spend the weekend with you.

Valerie: Score one for the unwed mother.

Ivy: Not if I can help it.

Valerie: What can you do? Look at them. They are crazy in love. Fox won't wait to propose to her, not now.

Tabitha: What is that silly girl doing out there? Why don't you just go home? Why, here comes Noah.

Noah: Hey.

Fancy: Hey, yourself.

Noah: I saw you come over here. I guess you were looking for Fox.

Fancy: He is not here.

Noah: But I am. Can we talk?

Fancy: There is no point. There is nothing left to say.

Noah: Sure there is. Fancy, I am sorry I hurt you, ok? And I wish there was something I could do to make things better. Can I--can I hold your hand?

Fancy: Oh, stop it.

Noah: All right, I am serious. I want to hold your hand. God, I wish I could read palms or something because then I'd know, you know, whether or not what I am about to say is going to work. I love you, Fancy. And--and you are right, you deserve to know the truth, ok? You deserve to know everything about me.

Fancy: What are you saying?

Noah: Even if it is against my better judgment, I am going to tell you the truth, all of it. I am going to tell you everything about Maya.

Tabitha: The truth? You can't handle the truth.

Maya: Noah's determined to tell Fancy Crane everything. I couldn't stop him.

Woman: What's wrong with you? You were supposed to lure him back to you. You have to get him to help you.

Maya: I tried.

Wo n: Trying is not good enough. You have failed.

Maya: How was I supposed to know he has fallen in love with another woman? I thought what we had was strong, but he seems head over heels in love with her. I thought I could rekindle his feelings for me, and maybe I can, if I have a little more time.

Woman: Too late for that. You have had your chance and now you are finished.

Maya: What do you mean? Hello? Hello? That bitch hung up on me. Excuse me, you are in my way.

Man: You are not going anywhere.

Ethan: Ok, chauffer is done loading the car up. Are you ready to go to the airport?

Gwen: Absolutely. You ready to go? Ok, sweet pea, say good-bye to this house because you are not going to see it for years and years and years, if ever again. Say bye-bye. Bye-bye.

Ethan: You know, from this moment, everything's going to be perfect.

Gwen: Honey, it has to be because we are never going to survive if we don't find peace somewhere.

Ethan: We will--we are going to. We are going to get off that Crane jet and there's going to be a whole new world right in front of us. We will have a brand-new start.

Gwen: Just the 3 of us.

Ethan: Well, are my girls ready?

Gwen: We can't wait.

Ethan: Let's go.

Gwen: Let's go, baby girl. Oh, God.

Theresa: Good evening.

Gwen: Wipe the smile off your face and get out of our way. Theresa, we are leaving. If you try to pull a stunt, we are going to call the police.

Theresa: I am not going to do a thing.

Ethan: Theresa, the Crane jet is ready to take us to India, so if you'll excuse us, we have to go.

Theresa: No, actually you are not leaving. You are not going anywhere. You are staying right here.

On the Next Passions:

Fancy: I am the only one who is in your heart now, aren't I?

Kay: Fox, it's gorgeous.

Theresa: Ethan and Gwen aren't going anywhere.

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