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Passions Transcript Tuesday 8/8/06--Canada; Wednesday 8/9/06--USA

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Luis: No way, no how, not while I still have a breath in my body

Paloma: I want to learn. I want to learn so I can be as good as you are.

Luis: I'm sorry. It's totally out of the question.

Paloma: Luis, I wasn't asking for your vote. I would have liked it, but I'm going to do it anyway.

Sam: What's going on in here?

Luis: Now wait till you hear this, Sam, but my kid sister thinks it would be a great idea to become a cop.

Paloma: What's wrong with that, Chief Bennett? Then why do you have all these recruitment posters up, if you don't want new applicants?

Luis: Forget it, Paloma. You're not becoming a cop, and that's final.

Pilar You do whatever you have to do to make Ethan leave Gwen to be with you.

Theresa: I can't believe my mother.

Man: I can

Theresa: Oh, my God. I think there's somebody outside.

Spike: Shush! Quiet now.

Chris: Stop.

Spike: I thought you didn't want the little woman to know

Spike: Not until I get what I came here for, Christopher. Now, I want your word that you're going to do exactly what I tell you to do.

Fancy: Don't cut yourself.

Sheridan: I won't. What you were saying about Luis... maybe I misunderstood.

Fancy: No, you didn't. I came here tonight to ask your permission to go out with Luis. I -- I didn't mean to upset you.

Sheridan: I'm not upset.

Fancy: But you dropped the teacup because of what I said.

Sheridan: I'm just nervous. As far as my nerves go, I'm just shaky because of the gunshot.

Fancy: Then it's ok with you if I start going out with Luis, if the person he moved on with was me.

Theresa: Ok, what is it they say? Best defense is a good offense.

Theresa: Ah! Take that!

Jared: What the --

Theresa: Oh, God. Oh, my God, Jared. Oh, my God, I -- what -- what are you doing sneaking out here in the middle of the night?

Paloma: You know what? I thought you would be thrilled that I want to follow your footsteps.

Luis: I want you to do something. I want you to go to college. I want you to have a major that is going to give you a terrific job -- like law. How's that -- law?

Paloma: No, no, no. I don't want to be a lawyer.

Luis: Chief Bennett? Isn't police work the worst profession possible?

Sam: I hope this is not what you tell all of our recruits, Luis.

Paloma: I'm serious, Luis. I didn't know being a cop is what I wanted until tonight. Now I know that this is what I've been looking for.

Luis: I am not going to losing you.

Sam: A word in private, Luis.

Luis: Sam?

Sam: Now.

Luis: She needs to go to college, Sam. Look at her. Would you look at her? She's so young. She doesn't even know what she wants.

Sam: You know, I seem to remember a similar conversation you and I had when you signed up.

Luis: Oh, ho ho. Is that right? I think that was a little bit different.

Sam: Why, because you're a guy?

Luis: Ok. How's this then? Imagine your daughters, Kay and Jessica, wanted to become cops.

Sam: Well, considering what Jessica's got herself into lately, it would probably be a blessing.

Luis: You got a point there. Sorry about everything that's happened, by the way. How is it with Spike living under your roof?

Sam: Don't ask. All I know is, I played it all wrong with Jessica, just like you're doing with Paloma. I asked her to stay away from Spike, and look what happened -- she married the guy.

Luis: So you're saying you think if I forbid Paloma to become a cop, that she might just do it to spite me.

Sam: Maybe even worse. She could do it someplace else. And this way you'll be able to keep an eye on her.

Luis: I don't know, man. The whole thing could backfire.

Sam: What do you got to lose? Nothing, right? Just like me. I'm letting Spike and Jessica live under my roof even though it's killing me having that guy in my house. But this way I can keep an eye on Jessica. With any luck, I can protect her from the worst. You might use a similar strategy with Paloma.

Chris: Let go of me.

Spike: Then you reconsidered?

Chris: Whatever you want.

Spike: I thought so.

Chris: You sick bastard.

Spike: Hey, I'm not the only guy in this room who was handpicked by Alistair Crane.

Chris: Oh, just shut the hell up.

Spike: Yeah. I touched a wrong nerve there, I see. Just as long as we understand one another.

Chris: Just don't touch a hair on Sheridan's head.

Spike: I'll touch you, your wife, and even that little boy, if need be. Just to remind you who the boss is here.

Chris: You hurt Sheridan or my son and I -- Ah!

Spike: You what? Huh?

Chris: Just get out.

Spike: Then you'll get the gun I used to shoot you with back from Luis tonight? You'll find a way to steal it back from the police station?

Chris: And how am I supposed to do that after you put a bullet in me, huh? Besides, Sheridan's home. I can't just sneak off any time I want.

Spike: Then you got a problem.

Chris: Why don't you get the gun back? Nobody's watching you. You're the big man sneaking past Crane security. Robbing a police station will be a piece of cake for you.

Spike: I have no doubt it would be. I wouldn't mind stealing that gun out from underneath my esteemed father-in-law's nose. You know, Chris, that's not such a bad idea. You and I, we're not all that different, you know.

Chris: The hell we're not.

Spike: And we both have employment by Alistair Crane on our resumes, both happily married men. And if you want to stay that way, you better work on your attitude when I give you orders. Because if not, I'll be more than willing to blow you out of the water with your oh-so-oblivious wife, at the first opportunity. And you know I'll do it, don't you?

Fancy: So now that you know, tell me how it makes you feel. Is it ok with you if I go out with Luis? Of course, he's still in love with you, so I doubt he's even thought about being with anyone else. The thing is, if someone doesn't initiate it, I'm not sure anything will happen, but I really like him. And, well, he's just an incredible man.

Sheridan: Yes, he is. There's no one like him. Not that Chris isn't wonderful; he is. He's everything a woman could want.

Fancy: Oh, I'm sure he is. Look, I accept the way Luis feels about you. Maybe he'll always love you too much to be with another woman and this is some crazy pipe dream on my part. Maybe I shouldn't have said anything at all.

Sheridan: Fancy, wait.

Fancy: It's all right. I can see that you're not ready for this.

Sheridan: I should be. I've made it very clear to Luis that I can't have a life with him.

Sheridan: I'm very fond of you, Fancy.  I thought that you were so close with Noah.

Fancy: Yeah, that's over.

Fancy: Anyway, all he did was talk about you when he found Marty -- oh, I have only made things worse.

Fancy: I'll talk to you soon.

Sheridan: No, Fancy, wait. I do want Luis to be happy.

Fancy: I've been leaving him hints, but I don't think he's picked up on them.

Sheridan: Sounds like a man.

Fancy: And I really didn't want to be more overt without you knowing what I was up to.

Sheridan: I appreciate that.

Fancy: But I just want you to know that I wouldn't even dream of pursuing Luis if I didn't think I could make him happy, or at least as happy as anyone but you could. I just feel he could be the one.

Sheridan: Ok, Fancy. If you want to date Luis and he's of the same mind, you don't need my blessing, but you have it.

Fancy: Oh, Aunt Sheridan, thank you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Fancy: Thank you so much, Aunt Sheridan. You and Luis were soul mates.

Sheridan: I'm afraid not. Fancy.

Sheridan: That's all right.

Fancy: He's just so awesome. Luis is a man, and Noah's a kid. I feel like the luckiest woman on earth. Second luckiest, I mean. .

Fancy: I better go.

Sheridan: Dear God, what have I done? 

Theresa: What were you doing out here, you know -- you know, sneaking around in the middle of the night?

Jared: This give you any clues?

Theresa: You wanted to surprise me?

Theresa: Jared.

Jared: Well, you work so hard all the time to support you and your little boy, I just -- I don't know, I guess it was a stupid idea.

Jared: Well, overly suspicious, yes; idiot, never.

Theresa: So you forgive me?

Jared: I forgive you. I don't know about this egg on my head.

Theresa: You know what? I -- I'm sorry. I -- I -- you know, let's just get some ice, ok?

Jared: Oh, no, no, no, no. I'm just -- I'm going to clean this stuff up and -- and I'll get out of here.

Theresa: Well, um. Oh, gosh. You know, it's just -- it's kind of been a long time since a guy has -- has done something nice for me, so...

Jared: There are a few things I don't understand about you, Theresa. A -- you're extremely smart, yet you work for this slave driver boss of yours who doesn't appreciate any of your talents. And you're gorgeous. I figured you'd have a slew of men just waiting outside your door for flowers and candy and all types of stuff.

Theresa: You're the first, Jared.

Jared: Well, maybe if I play my cards right, I'll be the last.

Sam: Luis, don't make the same mistake I did with Jessica, all right? Don't drive Paloma away. If she wants to give it a shot, let her do it.

Luis: Yeah, but you know as well as I do how dangerous it is being a cop, Sam.

Sam: But look at it this way. You can always keep an eye on her. Look, you want to protect her, ok? You don't want to chase her off.

Paloma: If you're going to give me more --

Luis: I wasn't. I don't want to argue with you anymore.

Paloma: What did Chief Bennett say to you?

Luis: Just a few things that made some sense. Look, I'm not trying to give you a hard time, ok? I just want you to know that being a cop is serious business.

Paloma: I know that.

Luis: And it can't be taken lightly. Yes, it's exciting, but it's also very, very dangerous.

Paloma: I know. Luis, I'm sorry if I sounded fresh. It's just that, I think this is what I want to do with my life. I don't want to fight with you.

Luis: I don't want to fight with you either, ok? Now would you go home and get some rest?

Paloma: But I --

Luis: No, no, no. Sam and I are going to lock up and then we're going to hit the weights. Hopefully, ballistics will call.

Paloma: Well, I could stick around just in case the phone rings.

Luis: No. Go home, ok? And think about what I said, all right? I mean, college, get a law degree. Or maybe just some sort of profession where you're helping someone else.

Paloma: Esta bien. I'll think about it.

Luis: Think about it. That's all I ask, ok?

Luis: Lock up on your way out, will you? Chief? Ready?

Sam: Yeah.

Paloma: I don't want to fight you either, Luis. But I'm going to be joining your training class.

Fancy: Ok, now I've got Sheridan's permission to make a play for Luis, but how do I go about it? I've already done the speeding ticket route.

Fancy: There's got to be another way to get his attention.

Fancy: No, that's too immature. But whoever said I was mature?

Jared: I told you I don't need this.

Theresa: Well, you know, it's the least I can do for you after I whacked you over the head with a vase. You want some coffee? I can use what you brought me.

Jared: No, no. I don't -- I don't want to keep you up tonight.

Theresa: Ok. How about decaf? I've got some cookies in the kitchen; they're freshly baked. Do you want that?

Jared: Well, I don't want to keep you up all night. Wouldn't want to have you late to work, you know, with that hard-nosed boss of yours.

Theresa: Why do you always say that?

Jared: Because it's obvious. The hours you work, the embarrassed look on your face every time I bring up the subject.

Theresa: There's something that I kind of wanted to tell you. If you just want to come with me to the kitchen, I can explain there.

Jared: All right.

Theresa: Ok?

Jared: Is that salsa music I hear?

Theresa: Yes, it is. My mom goes to sleep to this radio station every night.

Jared: Well, did you ever dance to Latin music before?

Theresa: A little, yeah, you? Oh, I'll take that as a yes.

Paloma: Oh, my God, what are you doing?

Fancy: Well, I could tell you I was using this rock as a weight to help strengthen my arms.

Paloma: Which would be a really lame lie. You were going to toss that at the window of the police station. Why?

Fancy: Would you believe to get arrested?

Paloma: Haven't you been arrested enough already? Do you like jail food or what?

Fancy: More like what. Anyway, I've thought better of it. So what are you doing here at this hour?

Paloma: I came to see Luis. Life's pretty boring in Harmony after Rome.

Fancy: For which I'm very grateful. You weren't almost lion food like Luis and I were.

Paloma: You have a point.

Fancy: So what were you talking to your brother about?

Paloma: Life, careers.

Fancy: Oh, you want to tell me about it?

Paloma: Sure. I want to be a cop like Luis.

Fancy: You're kidding?

Paloma: Uh-uh. Do I look like I'm kidding? But please don't tell him if you see him. He's hoping I'll change my mind.

Fancy: Well, why? You think he'd encourage you. Isn't he the one in charge of training new recruits?

Paloma: Exactly. He spends a lot of time with all the people who sign up.

Fancy: I didn't realize.

Paloma: Soon enough he'll find out how serious I am. Good night, Fancy.

Fancy: Good night.

Paloma: Hey, how are things between you and Noah?

Fancy: Same as they were in Rome; we're over.

Paloma: So all this lurking around the police station, does it have something to do with you liking being around my brother Luis?

Sam: So this gun you found at the Crane estate?

Luis: Yeah, I took the call. It's the least I could do for Sheridan.

Sheridan: Are you still up, Chris? I've got your tea.

Spike: Damn it! .

Sheridan: Your wound, why has it opened up again?

Chris: I told you, I just -- I twisted it the wrong way.

Sheridan: So much blood. I should call Eve.

Chris: No, no, really. I'll be fine.

Sheridan: Well, at the very least, you need some fresh bandages. I'll be right back.

Chris: Just get out of here.

Spike: Why don't you take two aspirin? I'll call you in the morning.

Sheridan: I thought I had closed this.

Chris: I opened it for some fresh air.

Sheridan: You've had a terrible night.

Chris: We both have.

Sheridan: Yes, we have. But it's over now.

Chris: I said you are an angel, Sheridan.

Luis: There's no chance for us. I let her down one too many times. The farther I am from Sheridan, the better off we'll be.

Sam: I'd miss you.

Luis: Oh, thanks, Chief. Just don't get all sentimental on me, all right?

Sam: There's got to be something that can hold you to Harmony.

Fancy: Mm-mm, I'd join the class since Luis is in charge of training recruits.  I always looked cute in khaki.

Paloma: Jared, this is my little sister Paloma.

Jared: Hello.

Paloma: You two can dance.

Jared: Well, thanks. We didn't hear you come in.

Paloma: Gee, I wonder why.

Theresa: Well, it was the music.

Jared: The dancing.

Paloma: You know Mexico?

Jared: I grew up there.

Paloma: What part?

Jared: A little town in Jalisco. You probably never heard of it -- Santa Cruz.

Paloma: Oh, shut up. That was right next door to our town. Too bad we've never seen each other.

Jared: Actually, I did. And I think I remember seeing you there.

Paloma: What a small world. And now you are dating my sister?

Jared: I guess I am.

Sheridan: You have to be careful, Chris. You really could have been hurt when this opened up.

Chris: You are sweet to worry.

Sheridan: How can I not worry when you were shot in front of the cottage tonight? Had to have security bumped up.

Chris: Yeah, that really helped a lot.

Sheridan: What did you say?

Chris: Nothing, baby. Are you ok? You took a long time making that tea.

Sheridan: Fine. I'm just grateful you weren't more seriously injured tonight.

Chris: Not as grateful as I am.

Sheridan: No, I mean it. You're the best thing to happen to me.

Sam: Look, I know how you feel. You know, when Grace left me it took so much from me and the life that we shared together.

Luis: How did you get through it?

Sam: I don't think I did completely. But you know what helped? Reconnecting with Ivy.

Luis: That simple, huh?

Sam: It makes a big difference.

Luis: Well, that's good. I'm happy for you.

Sam: I just can't accept, out of all of the men in the world, Jessica ends up and marries this -- this -- this slime.

Luis: Well, don't worry about it. Sooner or later, the guy is going to revert back to his true colors, and then when he does, we'll nail him.

Sam: No, I'll nail him. I just hope it's before he hurts Jessica or someone else that I love.

Spike: That is something I would not mind trying. Seems like we have the whole place to ourselves, too.

Sam: You know, in a way I'm glad Grace is far away. You know, if she ever saw with her own two eyes what her youngest daughter married. You know, I only hope that keeping him close by will help me bring him down a little sooner. And that it won't alienate Jessica from me forever.

Luis: I'm sure it'll work itself out.

Sam: It's got to. Look, I'm not going to rest until Spike's in jail. I'll see you later.

Fancy: I'll finish this later at home.

Spike: Damn! Another time, I guess.

Fancy: Hey.

Luis: Hey. You're back, huh? I didn't even know you were here.

Fancy: Yeah, I was nearby and I thought I should come in and thank you for going so easy on me with the speeding tickets and all. You busy?

Luis: Not in the slightest. I'm actually just waiting for ballistics to get back to me on this gun that was used in a shooting tonight.

Fancy: I see.

Luis: What the hell? What the hell -- it's gone!

Fancy: What's gone?

Luis: Oh, God, you got to be kidding me -- this gun. I had a gun locked in here. Someone must have broken in and stolen it. Fancy look at me.

Luis: How did you get in here? I told Paloma to lock this place up.

Fancy: She did. But I remembered the trick you used to open it.

Luis: Oh, God.

Fancy: I'm sorry.

Luis: What about after you came in here? Did anyone come in or out?

Fancy: Not a soul.

Luis: Damn it, Fancy. Damn it. Damn it, damn it!

Spike: That was as easy as taking candy from a baby. Nobody's going to pin anything on me. Least of all Luis or my police chief daddy-in-law. Yes, the Spike man is home free. Woo.

Sheridan: What is it? You look so serious.

Chris: It is serious. And I should have told you a long time ago.

Sheridan: Tell me, please.

Chris: It's -- I just wanted to tell you how grateful I am to have you in my life.

Sheridan: You tell me that all the time.

Chris: Yeah, but I don't know if you know how much I mean it.

Sheridan: Of course I do. And it goes both ways.

Sheridan: I was late with your tea tonight because Fancy came by.

Chris: Isn't it kind of late?

Sheridan: She needed to talk.

Chris: Is everything ok?

Sheridan: Yeah, she's fine.

Chris: It's a pity about her and Noah. She -- she deserves somebody who can appreciate her.

Sheridan: I think she just may have found someone like that.

Chris: Really? Who?

Sheridan: A great guy. That's what she wanted to talk to me about.

Chris: Well, that only makes sense; you're her aunt. I'm glad to hear it, though.

Sheridan: Yes. Me, too. Sounds like she found the guy who'll make her very happy.

On the Next Passions:

Fancy: I'm applying to be a cop.

Luis: No way. No freaking way.

Sam: You know, I haven't seen anyone go at it like this with Luis since Sheridan.

Whitney: Jared is bound to find out who you really are.

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