Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Henry has found the rest of Barbara's note, the part that says she's in trouble. He takes it over to Paul's house and matches it up with the note they received. Henry is convinced Barbara is in trouble, but doesn't know where to begin looking. He swears that when he finds her, he'll spend the rest of his life making her happy.
Todayís episode was directed by Chris Goutman and written by David Smilow.
Transcripts from TVMegasite
Will: Who knows? Maybe someone saw my mom.
Henry: Hey, hey. Hey, look what I found.
Gwen: "This is a lie. I'm being held against my will."
Henry: That proves that Barbara been kidnapped. That's her handwriting.
Will: Where did you find this?
Henry: The clown gave it to me. Uh, I found it stuffed inside of the clown. I -- it's the bottom part of that note we received the other day. Do you remember? It was ripped along the edge.
Gwen: Yeah, yeah, but why would Barbara send us a note saying that she was fine on the top and writing an S.O.S. at the bottom?
Henry: Because she was forced to write that other part. This is the truth. This is the truth that she wanted us to find and she wanted me to find! Give me the other half of that note. I'm sure they'll match up.
Will: The other note's at Fairwinds.
Henry: What are we waiting for?
Gwen: You guys go ahead. I'm gonna stay here. I have to meet my mom in a little bit. But, uh, I'll ask around for Barbara, okay, while I'm here, okay?
Will: Okay. Call if you find out anything.
Henry: Yeah, she will, she will. The psychic was right about the clown. He did have some proof stuffed inside of him. And I was right about Barbara. She is trapped and facing God only knows what kind of torture.
Henry: Come on, come on, come on, come on.
Will: Here you go. Here it is.
Henry: I knew it. I knew they'd match. This proves it. Barbara is exactly what she says she is -- being held against her will!
Will: But that note is the only trace of her in the warehouse. She could be anywhere.
Will: Who are you calling?
Will: Henry, let's -- let's be logical about this for just a minute.
Henry: We don't have a minute. Barbara is in terrible danger.
Will: Okay, but these notes don't prove that.
Henry: Let Margo be the judge of that.
Will: What if these are forged? With no guarantee that they're real and no other evidence, the cops aren't gonna just automatically conclude that something bad happened to my mom.
Henry: Will, she left this as a clue to tell us that she is trapped and in trouble.
Will: Okay, I'm not saying that's not a possibility.
Henry: It's a reality! Barbara has been kidnapped!
Will: By who, Henry? And if so, where's the ransom note?
Henry: Maybe it's someone who just wants to make Barbara suffer -- someone like Vienna.
Will: You really believe that?
Henry: I think Vienna could very easily be behind this. And before you hem and haw, Iím gonna do everything I possibly can to prove that this is Viennaís doing and to get her to tell us where Barbara is before it's too late.
Henry: I miss her. I miss her beauty, and I miss her warmth. I miss her intelligence. She has this twinkle that she gets in her eye when she knows that I'm thinking about her. And life just isn't the same without her. And I swear that if I find her -- I swear that when I find her, I'm gonna spend the rest of my life making her happy.