Days Transcript Friday, March 8, 2024

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We’re back. Shh. Shh. Sorry. How is she?

She’s not good.

Okay. Okay. So my mom and my dad and Kayla, they have to be looking for us, right? Yeah, yeah, yeah, for sure. Okay. But how long will they know that we’re here?

How long until we run out of oxygen? Actually, BGU isn’t burning out of oxygen, per se. In an airless, enclosed space like this, the danger is more, uh More what? Tell me. It’s the carbon dioxide. A 1 percent concentration is mildly toxic, and once it reaches 10%, it’s I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I shouldn’t have said anything.

No, I want to know. If there’s a chance of us dying. I want to know.

There she comes. All right, it’s time to roll. Jig out, this has to work.

Like sand through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.

How’s her breathing? It’s labored.

Doctors were here earlier. There’s no change. And there’s no update on a possible heart transplant.

Why don’t you go and get some rest? You’re next. We can stay here with mama. Yeah, we won’t leave her side, we promise. Maybe, maybe later. Hey, you look exhausted. You need sleep. I’m fine, I’m fine, I’m fine. I want to be here when she wakes up. Okay, if you’re sure. I’m sure, sure.


Doctors say she’s running out of time.

But you know, there are thousands of other people who are waiting for a heart transplant too. Yeah, yeah, that’s right, but, but even still, we can’t give up hope, right? Right. We’re not giving up.

Okay, we should, we should, we should minimize our physical activity, okay? Try to make the, try to make the oxygen last as long as possible. Okay. Okay. I’m moving around. That increases oxygen consumption, right? Yeah, it does. And we should, we should take slow, shallow breaths. Okay, got it.

You’re being so brave. You can take your makeup, remember? Right, right. Okay. Okay, how’s this?

I’m not scared. I know we’ll be okay. And even if we’re not, I’ll deal with it. Because I’m with the man I love. Who has never loved you more than he does right now. Tripp. Yeah?

Do you believe in God? Uh?


yeah. Oh. Abraham.

Right there, my love. Oh. Hey, Mama. We’re here. My girl. How you feeling? Oh. Oh. My grandbabies. They will be here tomorrow. Okay, Eli will bring them. They made these. They made these for you, see? They, they drew those for their grandma. For me? Yeah. We love you so much, Mama. I love them. And you. Oh, my, uh, How many?

How many what, Mama? Grandbabies. You. Johnny. You gotta give us some time, Mama. We just got Uh, I don’t, I don’t, I don’t make it. You tell them about me.

Uh, well, my mother was raised Catholic. It runs pretty deep in her family. I’m asking about you.

I’ve had patients, uh, and their families come in to the hospital from all kinds of faiths and backgrounds. And, uh, when I’ve had to give bad news to someone, they’re Well, it seems that the religious ones are usually comforted by their belief in an afterlife. Their belief that God is watching over them.

That everything happens for a reason. But do you believe that, Tripp? That everything happens for a reason? That God is looking out for us right now? I, I, I, I wouldn’t. To believe that, especially now.

You know, I can’t believe we’ve never talked about this, but are you religious at all? Uh, what I was taught growing up was to seek enlightenment through meditation. And it was also turned into me that life is beautiful and mysterious.

But it’s also full of suffering and uncertainty. Like right now. Wendy, I’m so sorry. If it weren’t for me, you’d be in China right now with your family. Stop. Okay, enough with the guilt, Tripp. I’m here because we fell in love. Because I love you, Tripp Johnson. And if I had to choose between Living a hundred years, not knowing you.

And falling in love with you. Being with you, right here, in this tomb.

I’d pick the tomb. I wouldn’t trade knowing you for anything, either.

You know, maybe we should, uh, Maybe we should write messages to our family, just in case. There’s, there’s nothing right on here. The width is just I’m just gonna have to We’re just gonna have to trust that they know that we were thinking of them. And love them. But my parents I mean, they, they already lost Lee.

So I’m their only child now and I just, I’m, I’m so scared that they, they’re not gonna be able to deal with it.

You’re your mom’s only child too. Yeah, yeah I am.

She’s already been through so much, after losing her other son.

I pray,

and right now I have to admit I’m feeling pretty religious. So right now I think that we should both pray to God that our parents don’t have to, don’t have to suffer any more than they already have. I

gotta tell you boys, this is a brilliant plan. Shut up.

Mama, what can we do? How can we help?

I need to talk to your, your dad. Okay, we’ll go grab coffee.

Take as much time as you need, okay? Yes, darling? What is it? Abraham. I’m here. I’m here, son.

I feel myself slipping away. No, no, no. You can’t talk like that. You can’t talk like that. We only think positively. I won’t let you go. I won’t. I want to thank you for giving me the. For the best years of my life. Sweetheart, I love you. I love you so much. Promise me. Anything. Anything. Take care of my girls.

I promise.

I promise. I will look out for Lani and Chanel and I’ll Eli and Johnny and Jules and Carver. I won’t let you down. Ty So Ty

I just remembered, I’m supposed to go to the dentist tomorrow.

God, I was dreading it, and now what I wouldn’t give to, to keep that appointment.

I thought I I took everything for granted. Me

too. All this time my dad asked me to come over to watch the ball game, and I was, I’m too tired, I have to work, you know, some other time. Then, then Joey’s been texting me, he wanted me to come out and visit him in Seattle, you know, have some bro time, and I, I shook on it. You, you flew out to him when he was in that accident last year.

I know, I know, and I’m so glad I did that. You were such a good brother, Tripp. No. I’m not such a great son either. I mean, I mean, my mom, she’s always, she’s always wanted to hug on me and kiss me, and I, I, I’m, I’m a grown man. I thought, I thought she was babying me, and why, why, you know, why would I push her away like that?

Is that what she’s gonna remember of me? No. No, of course not. You were so good to your mom, Tripp. That’s what she’ll remember. That you were always kind and caring to her. I could have done better. Well, we all could have, right? I mean, like me, my, my parents, they’re old school and they wanted me to get married young and have kids.

I pushed back really hard because nobody’s gonna tell me what to do, how to live my life.

But the truth is, I

do want to get married and have kids.

I mean, on my own time, of course, but

I’ve always wanted that. To be a mom, to be a wife.

Now I’ll never get the chance.

Marry me. Right now.

Good job, little lady. I gotta tell you, I wasn’t sure you could pull this off. Where is my son? All in good time. Hey, we broke you out, now you’re gonna keep up your end. Tell us where Tripp is. Not quite yet. What? Okay, you listen to me, you disgusting piece of Your mom would teach you. We catch more flies with honey, you know.

Yeah. Well, I smack my flies with a swatter. Until they’re dead. Hey, hey, what are you doing? What are you doing? Gentlemen, we’re gonna do this my way.

I can’t believe this is happening. Mama just got through cancer, and, and her surgery was a success. She was supposed to be out of the woods. We were all so happy, and Johnny and I had just gotten married, and, and, and. Mama, she, she was recovering and she was doing fine.

When I was little, my aunt Paulina seemed indestructible. She was a force to be reckoned with. I remember looking at her and thinking she made all the other adults just shake in their boots.

I had no idea she was going through hell. I didn’t know that she was in an abusive marriage. That she was forced to give up her child.

She pushed through the other side. She’s a survivor.

Do you remember when I first found out that she was my biological mother? God, I was, I was so upset at her for keeping it from me. Like, I was awful to her, Chanel. Yeah, but that’s understandable, okay? But I know, I know that she was doing it to protect me. I know that she wanted to keep me away from her. A man that would abuse me and beat me like he did her.

She sacrificed her own happiness for me.

Just like you would for Jules and Carver. But my babies are gonna grow up without their grandmother. They, they won’t remember her. Chanel, they’re too little. Yeah. My kids, they won’t, they won’t know her at all. I’ll never get to hear the sound of her voice or see her face light up whenever she lays eyes on them.

God, Lani, what are we gonna do? Mama is the one person that loves us no matter what.

The most pure and unconditional love is between a mother and her child. No matter how many mistakes we make, our mother still loves us. You know? And how lucky are we?

We are so lucky.

And that luck better not run out. Better not. Come here.


Paulina. Paulina, can you hear me? Can you hear me?

For giving me the best years of my life.

I wish I could remember all the I wish I could remember all the All the times we had together.

But instead,

I get to fall with you all over again. I love you. I love you.

I always will.

Wendy Shin. With my whole heart, I take you as my wife. I promise to respect you as a person, as a partner, and an equal. You know, before you came along, I wasn’t sure I believed in finding the one. But, uh, relationships brought me a lot of heartache, a lot of pain. And now I know that things just didn’t work out in the past because fate was just sending me to you.

I just had to be patient. And, for the first time in my life, I finally feel accepted for who I am. You don’t have to be something I’m not to try to impress you with it in some mold. I’m just me. Just, just dorky, nerdy me. Gotta say that, it feels really good. You were my heart. My soul. Yet in this Jenga game we call life, you are the piece that I need.

It’s pretty corny. It’s so, so sweet. It’s true. Without you, my whole world comes crashing down.

And so from this, Moving forward, I vow as your husband, love you, cherish you with all of my being, until I draw my very last breath on this earth.

This ride has come to a complete stop. John, Steve, This is where you get off. You don’t want to do this, Eva. This is a big mistake. The hell it is. It’s the only way I can save my son. Boys, take the guys back to Salem.

Now, for the last time, Clyde, where is my son? You know, that was an ace move right there. Seems to me like you’re the only one that really gets it. But, as much as I appreciate you stopping the dynamic duo there from double crossing me, I gotta tell you, I still don’t really trust you. Okay, well, there’s not much we can do about that now, is there?

I think there is. See, this is how it’s going to play out. Once I’m in the air, I call you on the phone. I tell you where Wendy and Tripp are. Okay, you know, let me think about that. No. That is not going to work for me.

Got it. I better pull myself together Before we go see mom because she can tell from a mile away when I’ve been crying She knows we’re scared we can’t fool her. Yeah, you’re right Sick as she is, she’s still razor sharp. And bossy.

I remember growing up one time she said, I could never die. Who would run my funeral?

This is so messed up. It’s just wrong. Our wonderful mother is in there dying. And it is unfair. All these horrible people, they just get to live. Yeah, well, life’s unfair, Chanel. And like Big Mama always said, you have to play the cards you’ve been dealt. But let’s not lose hope, okay? And you know, if the worst happens, if we lose mama, we’ll have each other and we will cry and we will grieve and our hearts will be broken.

But hey, we will pull ourselves together. And we will be the strong and fierce, powerful women that she has showed us to be by her example. And we will keep her in our hearts forever, okay? And we will make her proud. Oh, we

need more time. We need more time, Paulina.

You need to make new memories.

I know.

I know I’m being selfish. I know. And of you. Of you. To fight. It’s okay. It’s okay.

We’ll try, we’ll try to, try to get along without you. I know that’s what you’d want. You’d want, you’d want us to be strong. You’d want us,

you’d want us to take care of each other.

And we will. We will. Johnson,

with all my heart, I take you as my husband. I promise to be by your side, to learn with you, to encourage you, to respect you and accept you. You’re my best friend, Tripp. You make me laugh. You’re there for me when I cry. You were my rock when And I know I can always turn to you, lean on you, no matter what.

You are honest, and kind, and you’ve devoted your life to helping people. I love that you are so smart, and funny, and nerdy.

You love that I’m smart too.

We are equals. We’re friends. We’re lovers.

And now we’re husband and wife. And I vow to love you and to cherish you with all my being. Until I drop my very last breath on this earth. Well, this wasn’t part of the plan. Why am

I surprised Ava double crossed us? Should have seen it coming. Just like the The double cross of the, um, Chicago case. Ah, yeah. Chicago case. I hear you, partner. Well, I think you’re forgetting, you killed me. You’ll never find your kid. Oh, you’ll live. But you’ll walk real funny for a while. And don’t plan on having any more kids.

Where is my son?! Sweetheart, I think he’s probably halfway to heaven by now. I think his man parts are where they are. Thank you very much. So,

uh, do you think we should go back in now? No, um, let’s give them some more time. Dad knows we’re out here. Why don’t we go to the chapel and say a prayer for Mama? What if Abe comes out here and he’s looking for us? He’ll text us. Don’t worry. Okay. Hey, Lani. Yeah? I love you.

I love you too. How much?

How much time do we have left? Not much time. How will it happen? I’ll just I fell asleep. Oh, sleep. I’m okay. Tripp. When we get

out of here,

will you marry me for real? Huh? Oh yeah. Yeah, I’ll marry you for real. I I do.

There’s our ride. Yep. Looks like it’s about time to Go!

Let’s blow this popsicle stand. You got it, baby. Now, I assume whoever’s flying that plane works for you. So me and my gal here, we’re just gonna drive off into the sunset. But rest assured, I will be thinking warm thoughts of you as I travel down that glory road to freedom. Please, Clyde, don’t do this.

Don’t do this. I will do whatever you want. I will give you whatever you want. Just, just tell me where Tripp is. Sorry, baby. Damn you. Damn you! I will kill you! I will hunt you down to the ends of the earth and I will slit your throat, you Son of a bitch! Adios, amiga.

Don’t even bother looking for your son. I made sure he’s good and dead. No!

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