Monday, July 19, 2010
Henry finds Vienna in the spa where she's about to get a massage. He surprises her and demands to know where Barbara is. She insists that she doesn't know where Barbara is, then locks him in the room and runs away. Henry calls the police and is rescued by Margo and Will, who is also worried about Barbara. Will asks Henry what his feelings are for his mother, and Henry admits that he loves her. Later, he goes to Katie's house and asks her about Barbara, but she claims she doesn't know anything either. She begs Henry for his forgiveness, but he's not ready to forgive her.
Today’s episode was directed by Sonia Blangiardo and written by Josh Griffith.
Transcripts from TVMegasite
Vienna: Henry, let me go! You're hurting me!
Henry: Really? I'm hurting me? That seems hard to believe since you don't have any feelings!
Vienna: That's not true!
Henry: I know everything, Vienna!
Vienna: Everything about what?
Henry: I know that Barbara knew that you weren't pregnant and that she threatened to tell me about it before the wedding if you didn't. Well, she gave you a chance to come clean, and you didn't, and now she's disappeared! How convenient for you!
Vienna: Henry, if you think I have anything --
Henry: Shut up! You're not gonna worm your way out of this one. All I want from you is the truth.
Vienna: Henry, I don't know where --
Henry: If you ever want to walk out of this room, you're going to be honest with me for once in your life!
Vienna: No, stop it! You're scaring me!
Henry: Good! I'm glad I'm scaring you! Now, where is Barbara? What did you do with her? Tell me!
Vienna: Henry, I didn't do anything to Barbara, honestly! I don't know where she is!
Henry: You're lying.
Vienna: No, I'm not!
Henry: Yes, you are. You're lying. That's all you seem to know how to do.
Vienna: No! I don't know where she is, and I don't care! Wherever she is, I hope she never comes back, and now I'm leaving!
Henry: No, you're not!
Vienna: Henry, please, stop it.
Henry: Listen. I'm gonna give you one more chance to tell me what happened to her, and then things are gonna get really ugly up in here.
Vienna: Henry, please.
Henry: Where is she?
Vienna: Oh, Henry, I know that you're angry at me.
Henry: Anger does not even begin to describe what I am feeling right now.
Vienna: I know, I know. I hurt you so badly, and I'm so sorry, but I didn't have anything to do with Barbara's disappearance! You have to believe me.
Henry: No, I don't! I don't have to believe you, not anymore.
Vienna: Yeah, but I'm telling you the truth!
Henry: Okay. You want me to believe you, then prove it to me.
Henry: Where were you bight before the wedding? Why were you late for the ceremony?
Vienna: I was busy getting ready! I wanted to look beautiful for you!
Henry: You did. You looked incredibly beautiful and incredibly calm considering that Barbara knew that you weren't pregnant and could ruin everything for you.
Vienna: Yeah, but I was calm, because I decided I wouldn't let her ruin the most important day of my life!
Henry: Yeah, and how would you do that? You would get rid of her, and that's what you did!
Henry: Yes, and with the threat out of the way, you can just walk into Al's a picture of tranquility!
Vienna: No, because I stopped at the church before I went to the diner to pray for our happiness!
Henry: You what? You what you prayed yeah, you prayed. You prayed for your little scheme to work, and it almost did, Vienna -- almost. But almost isn't good enough, and now it is over.
Vienna: No, no! I don't accept that. No. I know that you can forgive me. You just need a little bit of time.
Henry: Don't -- don't -- don't flatter yourself, sweetheart. Don't flatter yourself. All I need from you is to admit that you and I are over and to tell me where Barbara is.
Vienna: Oh, my god! For the millionth time, I don't know! Maybe she ran away because you broke her heart. Did you ever think about that?
Henry: I broke her heart because you tricked me, and she knew that, and she had the power to get me back! All she had to do was tell me that you lied! Hell, Katie said that she was going to, that she was ready to! See, it all comes back to you!
Vienna: Fine, fine! Believe whatever you want! [Sighs] Obviously, there's nothing I can say or do to change your mind.
Henry: That's right.
Vienna: I swear on everything I have, on everything that I am, I could never hurt someone, not even someone as hateful as Barbara. I didn't hurt her. I didn't.
Vienna: Henry, I know I've hurt you. I've hurt you so badly.
Henry: That is an incredible understatement.
Vienna: No. Maybe there's nothing I could do to make that up to you, but I'm going to try my hardest. I will never stop trying. I will never give up on our love.
Henry: Good. You keep trying, because nothing is gonna change how I feel right now.
Vienna: No. I don't believe that, because I know that your love for me is stronger than any hate or anger you could ever feel. We were so good together. We were soul mates. We still are soul mates. Henry, you're my Henry. That will never change.
Henry: It has changed! It's gone! You killed it!
Vienna: No, no! I was crazy with love! It made me go out of my mind, the thought of losing you, but it made me do irrational things, but love, true love, is irrational, and you know that.
Henry: True love doesn't hurt people.
Vienna: Yes, it does hurt people all the time, but then it repairs itself, because true love is stronger than any hate or anger.
Henry: No, not this time. Not this time.
Vienna: Yes. Yes, this time. Every time. Every time, Henry. We just need to reconnect physically, spiritually. You know how amazing it is when we make love. Don't you remember? Huh?
Henry: Yes, I remember. And I'll never forget. And I will never forgive. I will never touch you, and I will never love you. Do you understand? Hmm? I hate you. Do your contact lenses feel as good at the end of the day
Henry: I can't even stand the sight of you.
Vienna: Well, what are you gonna do?
Henry: I'm gonna get to the truth of this, okay? If you won't tell me what happened to Barbara, maybe you will talk to the police.
Vienna: No. You wouldn't do that. You can't.
Henry: Yeah. We're gonna go see Margo. Let's go.
Vienna: But I haven't done anything wrong.
Henry: Let Margo decide if that's true or not. Come on!
Vienna: No. But my clothes.
Henry: I think modesty is the least of your concerns right now.
Vienna: Henry, please don't do this.
Henry: If you haven't done anything wrong, what are you afraid of?
Vienna: I'm afraid of you! I'm afraid of the hatred I see in your eyes!
Henry: Good! You should be! Come on. Quit stalling.
Vienna: Fine! If this is what you really want!
Henry: You have destroyed everything that I have ever wanted.
Vienna: Yeah, but that was never my intention. I just wanted us to get married and have a family.
Henry: Oh, come on! Stop it! Stop! Quit! Stop with the whining and the begging. I can't take any more. Come on. Let's go. Hey! Vienna! Damn it! Vienna!
Henry: I don't remember the room number! I'm betting it's the only one with a chair jammed against it!
Margo: Okay, okay, okay.
Henry: Thank god. Where's Vienna?
Margo: Well, I was hoping that you would tell me.
Henry: You didn't see her? She just locked me up and tore out of here.
Margo: Great. What type of lead time does she have on us now?
Henry: About five minutes, tops.
Will: Why did she lock you in here?
Henry: Because I was gonna bring her into the station. Margo, there's a lot of stuff we have to talk about.
Margo: No, no, no. I think I already know. Katie came in, and she told me.
Margo: Well, yeah, and she sounded genuine.
Henry: Fine. We'll deal with that later. Right now we need to find -- I'm sorry. We need to find Vienna. She shouldn't be too hard to find. She's walking around like she's going to a toga party.
Margo: A what?
Henry: She's wrapped in a sheet.
Will: Did she tell you where my mom is?
Henry: No, no. She said she didn't know anything about it, but she's lying, will. She's got to be lying.
Margo: All right, all right. I'm gonna put out an APB.
Henry: Good, thanks.
Will: Hey, I need to talk to you.
Henry: No. Now is not a good time, will.
Will: Well, make time, because you owe me some answers.
Henry: What do you want to know?
Will: I want you to tell me what the hell kind of game you're playing with my mom.
Henry: I wasn't playing games with your mother, will, okay? I -- I tricked myself into thinking that I was making the right choice by choosing Vienna over your mother.
Will: So, the two of you really did have a relationship.
Will: How? Why?
Henry: These things just sort of happen, will.
Will: In -- in what universe would the two of you ever, ever come together?
Henry: It's not that outrageous.
Will: Yeah, Henry, it is. Believe me.
Henry: Okay, okay, okay, fine. It started as a lark, a game, if you will. She came after the money that I was getting from my newly discovered father, James Stenbeck. He had left that for me.
Will: I heard about that.
Henry: Yeah. I don't talk about that. It was a complete nightmare. Anyway, she got ahold of the money, and then I tried to seduce it back from her, and then it -- well, it developed, and it became more than just a game, and it developed into something very strong and -- very strong feelings for her, stronger than I've ever had for another woman.
Will: So, why'd you dump her?
Henry: I didn't dump her. I didn't dump her. Vienna got pregnant. I thought she got pregnant, and Barbara and I talked about it, and we agreed that the honorable thing for me to do was to marry Vienna and raise my child.
Will: Well, if both of you agreed, then why did everyone come to tell me how devastated she was afterwards?
Henry: Because she's a good woman, and she's a lot less selfish than a lot of people around here think she is. For the record, I was pretty devastated myself.
Will: Yeah, right.
Henry: Will, you may not understand this, okay, but the pain that I felt letting your mother go was as profound as anything I've ever felt in my life.
Will: But you still did it.
Henry: Yes, I did it. I did it for the greater good. I thought, by Vienna getting pregnant, it meant that I had to choose her. Your mother agreed with me! She urged me to marry her, even though I knew she didn't want me to!
Will: Oh, so it's just great decisions all around.
Henry: None of us realized how deep the deception was on Vienna's part, okay?
Will: Yeah. You, least of all, who's supposed to know her better than anyone.
Henry: She fooled everybody, will! Me more than anybody!
Will: And now my mother's missing, and I don't believe for a second that she just ran off on her own. It's just not like her.
Henry: I know, it's not. I agree. It's not like her. And it means I've got to do everything I can to find her. Will, if anything happens to her, I will never forgive myself.
Will: You sound like you're in love with her.
Henry: I am. God, help me. I am in love with her. The worst decision I ever made was not realizing that sooner. I've got to find her, will. So, unless you have any more questions for me, I've got to go. Good.
Katie: Henry, hi. I'm so glad you're here. I just -- I want to tell you how horrible I feel for everything and how sorry I am for everything that I did.
Henry: I'm not here to forgive you.
Katie: I know. Listen, I know. It's gonna take a long time. It's not gonna happen over night.
Henry: If ever.
Katie: What can I do? Please tell me. There has to be something I can do to help you through this.
Henry: I doubt that. But if you want to give it a shot, I know how you can start.
Henry: Tell me where the hell she is!
Katie: Henry, I already told you, I don't know what happened to Barbara or where she is.
Henry: I am not talking about Barbara. I am talking about my loving wife.
Katie: Vienna? She's not here.
Henry: Excuse me if I don't believe you just because you say so.
Katie: I swear, Vienna's not here. I don't know where she is. If I knew, I would tell you.
Henry: Sure you would, because you tell me everything, don't you?
Katie: I went to Margo. I told her that Barbara called Vienna, and she went to talk to her.
Henry: Yeah, she did. She arrived just a little bit too late. By the time she got there, Vienna had locked me up in a spa and taken off.
Katie: She locked you up? Why would she do that?
Henry: Because I told her I was gonna take her to the cops. She freaked out, Katie. She freaked out and ran away, which is more proof to me that she is behind Barbara's disappearance.
Katie: Henry, I am so sorry about everything.
Henry: You keep saying that as if it's gonna change anything! It won't! Barbara's still missing. Vienna is still lying. My life is still in ruins. Now stop with the sorrys and tell me where she is!
Katie: If I knew where to look, I would tell you!
Henry: Or not. You know what? To hell with it. I'm gonna search the place.
Katie: Fine. Be my guest.
Henry: All right. I will.
Henry: Maybe I just missed her. Maybe you gave her some clothes and helped her escape.
Katie: Why would I do that?
Henry: Because all you have done is help her destroy my life.
Katie: I didn't mean to. You know it.
Henry: Do I?
Katie: Yes! I was only trying to make you two happy!
Henry: Look at me right now, Katie! Do I look happy to you?
Katie: Well, I wouldn't help Vienna again, and that is the truth, because I care about you too much.
Henry: You care about me? Look at all the damage that you have done to my life because you care about me! You have ruined it, Katie! You're supposed to be my best friend! You're supposed to be the person I can count on and trust, but you chose Vienna! You helped her lie to me!
Katie: No! That is not true! I did it to bring you guys together, not tear you apart!
Henry: So you let me believe I'd lost another baby just so Vienna and I would stay together?
Katie: No, no. That is where I drew the line. I didn't know she was gonna tell you she had a miscarriage, but when she did and I saw how devastated you were, I came to you, and I told you the truth.
Henry: The truth? You should not even be allowed to use that word.
Katie: All right. I deserve that. I know, I do. I am so sorry. How can we get back to where we were before?
Henry: We can't. We can't. Not ever. If you're feeling the need to confess, though, why don't you tell me this truth -- where is Barbara? What has happened to her?
Katie: I know you're angry with me right now. I get that. You probably even hate me. Okay. I guess you do.
Henry: We're not talking about you. We're talking about Barbara. Where is she?
Katie: I have no idea.
Henry: Don't lie to me, Katie.
Katie: I'm not lying to you. I promise, I have no idea where Barbara is.
Henry: Did Vienna have anything to do with her disappearance?
Katie: I don't want to think that she would have anything to do with hurting someone else.
Henry: That's not an answer.
Katie: I don't know the answer.
Henry: Oh. You don't know much of anything, do you?
Katie: Well, in this case, isn't that a good thing?
Katie: Henry, I want to help you.
Henry: Okay. You want to help me? Here's the only thing I need from you. If you hear from Vienna, let me know.
Katie: Okay, I will. I promise.
Henry: Then we have nothing else to say to each other, do we?
Henry: No, I've got to go. I've got to find the woman that I love.
Henry: Barbara, yes. Barbara. I only hope it's not too late.
Katie: No. Hey, Henry, wait.
Katie: I want to help you find her.
Henry: If you want to assuage your guilt, go to a nun!
Katie: This is killing me!
Katie: All I ever wanted was for you to finally be happy.
Henry: Then I guess you can count this as a big, fat failure, then, Katie!
Katie: Well, would you stop doing this to me and just let me say what I need to say? I'm sorry. I was very wrong. I just didn't know the truth.
Henry: What truth?
Katie: That you really were in love with Barbara.
Henry: I didn't know it either, until it was too late.
Katie: It doesn't have to be too late.
Henry: In order for that to be true, I have to find her and bring her back.
Katie: I'm not gonna be able to forgive myself until you do, probably not even then, but I'm gonna keep hoping, and I'm just gonna keep telling you how sorry I am.
Henry: You know, I almost believe you are.
Katie: Good. That's a start.
Henry: And the sad thing is, it doesn't matter. It doesn't change a thing.