Ricardo and Madame Carmen are sitting together (an infrequent sight) as she appeals to Ricardo to give some thought to the possibility that Maria did not drown. "Can't you consider it," she begs, but Ricardo told his mother that if Maria were alive why would she not have come home? However, nothing can dash his mothers' hope. "We're not going to change each other's mind," she says angrily and with a mighty huff turns to leave. Right outside the door she comes face to face with Gabi; "Must you follow my son everywhere?" she gripes. Gabi explains she is only there to see how Ricardo is doing after his visit from Ben but Carmen looks into her beautiful face with such venom, and replies coldly that "he has family for that!" She told Gabi to rewrite history and take back the rape charge against her son, which she so obviously still holds against Gabi. She continues blasting Gabi verbally. But Gabi stands up to her; Gabi has gained strength and maturity these past months and as Ricardo looks on, she holds her own with Ricardo's mother-- insisting that Ricardo needs BOTH family AND friends. Later Gabi asks if he knows any way to win over his mother....he hasn't a clue… "You're asking the wrong one about that."
ON THE BEACH Ricardo and Gabi meet (she's looking especially lovely) as she thanks Ricardo for going to bat for her to keep her job. Ricardo asks Gabi to accompany him on the upcoming cruise and she happily accepts.
Meg is in room 818 at the hospital trying to help the 'screamer'. Meg speaks to her in a soft voice offering any help she can be to this stranger. Meantime, Ben, looking for Meg, is told where to find her. He is at the door --ready to go and find 'the missing' Meg--the door to the room which may change all their lives forever when Casey pulls him aside and asks after Meg. He is voicing his concern as Sarah, unbeknownst to either Ben or Casey stands near them listening. Meg comes out of the room and told Ben about this strange girl. When the beautiful stranger is alone she is trying to remember ???
THE CHURCH (AND the powder room)
While everyone is waiting for Olivia's return to begin the baptism, she remains in the ladies room confronting Annie. -SHE KNOWS-- a remark from Annie triggered the last bit of the puzzle. Everything makes sense--Annie accusing her of drinking, Annie not wanting her (Olivia) to hear the music--the music box--which triggered more memories.-Olivia EXPLODES,, her face contorted with anger, "You didn't want me to remember, did you,? What have you done to my baby??? DID YOU KILL MY BABY????" Annie is trying to wiggle her way out of Olivia's memory, trying the same (tired old) accusations of Olivia drinking and not knowing what she is talking about. She accuses Olivia of trying to break her and Gregory up (desperately attempting to divert attention). When Annie starts her abusive charges, trembling and livid with anger, fear, and fright, Olivia hauls off and gives her what she has long deserved ( a good smack in the kisser). Olivia is trembling with fury as she relives EVERYTHING now that her complete memory has returned. Annie continues: "You are crazy," and, as she tries to leave, but Olivia blocks her and locks the door. Olivia then gets in Annie's face, first demanding and then pleading for Annie to reveal where her baby is. Suddenly, she has the horrendous fear that Annie may have killed her baby. "OH MY GOD, Annie, have you killed my baby??" Annie denies killing her baby and, in fact she told Olivia if she "cares about her 'stupid' baby she'll keep her mouth shut!" Olivia is aghast at the realization that her baby is ALIVE. Annie seems ready to talk; her face welling with tears; but tears for herself and the realization that her goose is cooked. Olivia cries out with joy and relief for her baby's life. She the turns to Annie, "Where is my baby?" Olivia takes Annie by the THROAT and demands to have her baby's whereabouts or she will 'KILL YOU AND THERE'S NOT A JURY IN THE COUNTRY WHO WOULDN'T CALL IT JUSTIFIABLE." Annie refuses to speak, however Olivia continues; she threatens to have her phone calls traced the day of her baby's birth; anything and everything that would implicate Annie...she threatens to tell Gregory, call the cops on Dr. Brock...whatever it takes. Annie turns on Olivia: "You left out one important piece of the puzzle Olivia....whether this is Gregory's baby or COLE'S??" There is a knock at the door, "Olivia, are you all right?," Cole shouts. Cole went back to wait with the others as the twisted Annie repeats what she had heard Olivia reveal in the confessional booth. Olivia is bowled over by this revelation and remembers feeling someone was outside the booth; overhearing her and father Antonio's conversation. Annie lambastes Olivia and turns everything that has happened in 'her' favor. Olivia, enraged listening to Annie babble about her affair begins to leave when Annie told her "I'll take you to your baby." Annie told her this will hurt a lot of people--especially the person who's been taking care of him. Annie grabs Olivia's hand and propels her to where the family is waiting: 'THERE'S YOUR BABY OLIVIA," -pointing to Trey! With a gasp Olivia looks at her 'grandson'--"Trey-Trey is my grandson???????" -she is thunderstuck!!!
Bette is seen talking to Gregory, advising him to pay attention to the fact that AJ was the one who comforted Olivia when she passed out a short time ago. He turns to Bette and sarcastically remarks "No Bette, I'm deaf, dumb, and blind but I still play a mean game of pin ball." Bette gets to the point--she seems to worry that soon AJ and Olivia will find out what 'THEY' (Gregory and Bette) have done. Bette is appalled at Gregory's coldness. She is worried about what might happen to her and Olivia's friendship if "what they did all those years ago" were found out. Greg isn't at all concerned. Sean asks Bette what's with his father but Bette steers the conversation in another direction.
AJ talks to Cole about coming to work for him and when Cole refuses AJ implores him to "do this for Trey."
Gregory 'requests' that AJ stay away from anyone in his family to which AJ responds "If you mean Olivia--she is no longer a part of your family."
HANK AND JOAN'S NEW HOME
Joan and Hank are reunited with Meg and Ben (Casey and Sarah nearby). They, of course, express their happiness to see all is well. Casey asks Sarah how she's doing (and we next see Melinda speaking with someone - her tape in hand- discussing Sarah and the affair with Congressman Blythe and how much money they will make with this story). Sarah and Meg are discussing whether Meg should tell the truth about her and Derek.
Casey has a talk with Sarah: "Stop being a coward," he implores her; "Own up to your mistakes, tell your parents what you've done." Hank and Joan walk in and Casey smiles as Sarah asks them to stay for she has something to tell them; but before her confession is out of her mouth, reporters are banging on the door--tape in hand- as they all listen to Sarah talking about her affair (via Melinda and her trusty recorded conversations).
Ben and Meg walk along the beach. Memories of Maria surface; Ben told Meg they both have to get past what has happened. BEN AND MEG GO HOME...Meg thinking only of what happened between herself and Derek as she and Ben begin to make love.
Today's recap was provided by Jane Johnson
ENTRANCE TO CUMMINGS HOUSE
Hank told the press that nothing happened between his daughter and the Congressman. His daughter has made that clear. Press person asks him how he explains this. she plays the tape-recorded message. Someone else asks Sara if that is her voice. Sara destroys the tape.
More press questions. "Do you understand the ramifications of lying under oath?" "Did the Congressman give you talking points, Sara?" Hank interupts. "For the last time, my daughter did not have an affair with Blythe." "One more question. Will there be an investigation?"
INSIDE THE CUMMINGS HOUSE
"How dare those guys call you a liar." Hank says maybe they should hire their own representation and have their own press conference. Mrs. Cummings asks Sara if the tape is a fake.
Sara doesnt know how to say this. "Mom, I am so sorry." Hank doesn't believe it. "It's true , Daddy, I had an affair with him." Casey stands nearby, concerned.
As she sits of the bed next to Ben, Meg replays what Sara said in her head. If Ben finds out what happened between Meg and Derek, it will be like having a third person in bed with them. Ben interupts her thoughts with "We did it, Meg. Nothing is ever going to come between us again." They kiss. Meg can't stop thinking about Derek. Ben asks what is wrong.
"Ben, I don't feel safe when I am away from you", says Meg. "You are safe now. I won't let you be hurt again." Meg asks, "Can I tell you something? I'm having a really hard time getting past all that we have been through. More than anything I just want to be here with you." "Look, we have been through something terrible, Meg. We can't just say it did not happen. We have to work every moment at putting Derek out of our minds." Meg replies that it is easier said than done. She doesn't want to hurt him anymore than he has already been hurt. Ben starts to interupt her. She says "Please just let me finish. Ben, there is something that you need to know."
Ben says "Whatever it is Meg, you can tell me." "I just can't stand the thought of you being hurt by this anymore, Ben." The phone rings. Meg answers it. It is Casey calling from the Cummings house. "The press has proof that Sara had an affair with Congressman Blythe." "What?!" "Yea, they are all over it, Meg." "Where is everyone?" "We are here at the house." "Be sure no one leaves. We'll be right there."
Hank asks Sara how it happened. "How does it happen with a married man, twice your age?" "I know it was wrong. And, I knew it was wrong then. I just don't want to lie to you guys anymore and make you think that I didn't do this with my eyes open" Joan says "You couldn't possibly have thought it was going anywhere." "I didn't think that far ahead. There was some legistlation that we were trying to get through before the end of the session and I was asked to work late every night for about three weeks." "Just you?" "No, at first there were a bunch of other interns and Congressman Blythe would dismiss them earlier because he really listened to my ideas. He valued my opinion more than anyone anywhere has before. It was a new feeling for me, Daddy. I was never anyones first choice, not at school, not with friends, and not at home." Joan chimes in with "Honey, we love you every bit as much as we love Meg." "But I have made some bad choices haven't I?" "That's not fair." "You would never have said that to Meg. I love her, but do you know how difficult it is to live in someone's shadow for that long? I never felt noticed and in Washington I did." Hank says "Is this how you want to be noticed?" "No, of course not. I didn't plan for this to happen. It just did. We'd just go todinner after working late and then one night, after a fund-raiser, he offered me a ride home. And..." Hank completed the statement "....then you slept with him." "Yes."
Meg walks up to Sara and asks her if she wants to go upstairs with her so they can talk alone. Sara does not want to go. Meg asks whether what the press is saying is true. Sara shakes her head yes and says "Feel vindicated? Well, I could only stay in Mom and Dad's good graces so long before you rose to the top of the heap again." S"ara, I love you." "Stop it! You make me sick sometimes, you know. You are so understanding. The only time I felt that I measured up was when I got that job in Washington." Joan asks "Measured up to what?" "To her. For you, for both of you. I finally do something, I feel like somebody, and I blow it. And, I try to keep it from you which only made me look worse. I have screwed up ten ways to Sunday and I didn't want to let you down. And look how good I am at that." Hank says "This isn't about not loving you." Sara replies "It is about me not being good enough. If I didn't have the affair or if I didn't lie about it I would have found some other way to mess up. And, you know why? Because I am not Meg and I'm never gonna be, and I never do anything right. I have to get out of here." Casey warns Sara about the reporters. She says "I don't care." Meg starts to follow her, but Casey says "No, Meg, let me."
Annie leads Olivia to where they can see Trey and told her that Trey is her baby. Olivia says "What are you talking about. Oh, my God. Are you telling me that Trey is my son? How could you be so cruel? Trey is Caitlin's child." "He was yours. I gave him to your daughter." Olivia is stunned.
Bette walks up to Father Antonio. The Sentinel has asked her to cover the fund-raising cruise. Sean makes light of the implications of the cruise's name, Titanic II. He said that a friend invited him to go. It is for a good cause. Father Antonio says "The mission needs all the help they can get. Be sure you tell everyone you know to buy a ticket."
Nearby, Cole and Caitlin are talking about their perfect, incredible baby. Caitlin asks if he is sure that her mom is okay. "Yeah, she seemed fine. Maybe she just overheated and fainted, that's all." If she is sick, Caitlin won't feel comfortable going on the cruise tomorrow. Caitlin hates leaving Trey even for a few hours. Cole asks if Caitlin ever found out who sent the tickets. "No, the card got lost, I think, with all the presents that came for Trey." Caitlin doesn't know what she would do if anything ever happened to Trey. Cole assures her that nothing will ever happen.
Olivia calls Annie a terrible human being. Annie replies "You wanted to know what happened to your baby and I told you. I gave the baby to Caitlin, understand? Caitlin's baby wasn't born. She needed a new one. She had a miscarriage because of you."
Incredulously, Olivia asks Annie if Caitlin lost her baby. Annie corrects her. "Cailin's baby died because of you, Olivia. Don't equivocate." "Annie, you are a monster." "No, Olivia. A woman who causes her baby to miscarry is a monster." "She carried it to term, Annie. We all saw it." "No, we saw her pretend, Olivia. When are you going to get it? You got in a car accident. Then, she miscarried." "If it were true, Caitlin would have come to me. She and I..." Annie butts in with "...are not as close as you may think. Don't you remember how little Caitlin talked about the accident and her recovery?" "She was traumatized." "No, she was covering up. She stayed away from you and she put Cole on hold in the bedroom so that he wouldn't discover that she was not pregnant. It was no small chore, but she did it." "No, this can't be true. Oh, my God. Caitlin didn't lose her baby in that accident, she didn't. Please, Annie...." "Yes, she did. And, if that wasn't horrible enough, her own mother caused it." "No!" "You are the reason Caitlin lost her baby. And you know it. And so does Caitlin."
Olivia told Annie that she did not cause that horrible accident with my daughter. "That is how you see it. I was there. I urged her to slow down." "Do you have any recollection of why she was so upset?" "There was so much happening..." "You know, Olivia, I'll tell you why. Caitlin knew that you were going to take her baby and tell her that it was dead.' "No, that's not what happened." "What, so you are going to tell me that it was all Gregory's idea?" "Yes." " Read my lips, Olivia. Caitlin knew what you were going to do, and that is why she crashed the car." "No, in all the times here she would have confronted me." "She told Gregory while you were on the love boat. They hashed the whole thing out. Go ahead, ask him. He'll tell you." "If Caitlin believes that of me, why is she being so loving? Why is she being so wonderful? Why did she ask me to be the Godmother?" "Well, she asked me. What does that tell you?" "Don't. Annie. Just stop it, stop it.' "You know, Olivia, there is a plus side for you. She forgave you, and that shows how much she loves you. That kind of devotion is beyond me, but, whatever." Olivia asks what Cole knows. "Cole doesn't know. She couldn't tell Cole. Cole wanted that baby more than anything and she couldn't tell him or she would lose him. But, even if she wanted to tell him, it was too late. The deal was done. He wouldn't understand." "How can you be so insensitive, Annie? Cole adores her. He would have married her regardless. They would have had other children." "Think again. Caitlin can't have children ever. The injuries she suffered in that accident were nasty. That's why she came to me for help. That is why I got her Trey. And, that is why you had to believe that your baby was dead. Any more questions? "
Bette lights a candle and Cole asks her who it is for. The candle is for her own daughter because she misses her. Cole says he is sorry. He didn't know that she lost a child. "No, she is alive. She lives with her father. I don't get a chance to see her as much as I would like. She is very busy with her life." Changing the subject, Bette says thing look like they are working out with Cole and his father. Cole says it seems more like closure than happiness. Bette says Trey will have both of his parents there for him as he grows up. "A lot of stuff will go on with the person who means the most to you in your life. And it is going to get very, very complicated. And you are going to try and do what is right for him, because you are a good guy. But, you are still going to hurt him. It is the law of nature." Cole says sometimes he just gets scared that he is not going to be a good enough father for him. Bette says "But, you treasure him. You let him know how much you value him and you won't lose him." (By saying this, Bette seems to be letting us know that that is where she failed in her relationship with her daughter. Her daughter did not know how much Bette valued her.) Cole hugs her.
Gregory walks up to Caitlin and Sean. "Caitlin, this is getting ridiculous. Don't you think that we should go on with the ceremony?" "Annie's not here either, Daddy." Sean says "Mom only fainted. Annie had to clean regurgitated milk off her dress." As A. J. walks up from behind him, Gregory says "It is a mistake to ask Olivia to be Trey's Godmother, especially considering what she did to her own child." A. J. told Gregory that his daughter has inherited none of his sanctimony and all of her mother's compassion. "A.J., this comes under the heading of none of your business." "You are so desperate to lay blame for the unblamable. It is entirely beyond you to give your wife credit for loving the child that she loves as much as you do." Gregory retorts that he "spent 20 years married to Olivia, twenty years that A.J. wasn't even on the radar screen. I think that I am a little more qualified to speak of what she is capable of."
A.J. told Gregory that the duration of a marriage is no measure of its success. Gregory responds that he did not have the woman in shackles. There must have been something about her life that she enjoyed. A.J. says "I saw how you ran things when you were young and foolish. I don't think time has changed things much." Cole speaks up. "Do you two want to take this outside?" A.J. says "You are right. I shouldn't let him bait me." Gregory says "You come to this private family affair, you worm an invitation out of my daughter, and I am baiting you?" Caitlin says "Daddy, Cole asked A.J. to be here. We wanted both of you to be here for Trey." "Caitlin, I love you. But, this is as ridiculous as asking your mother to be Trey's Godmother, considering what she did to you and Cole and how she hurt the whole family." Cole says "Please don't pretend to be on my side. Caitlin and I would like this to be a day we can tell our son about when he is old enough to ask. And, I would rather it not include a bloodbath between his two grandfathers." Gregory says "None of this would be happening if Olivia wasn't such a drama queen." A. J. says if she is not here in a few minutes, I'll go and get her."
Olivia asks "Caitlin can't have children?" Annie says so you can see my dilemma when she came to me for help." "You used me, through Caitlin, to get Gregory." "Well, you know it was no cakewalk. I thought this would be too difficult for me to do. How can I find a baby? But, then I saw a mother, pregnant way too late in life, due to give birth to her baby at the same time as her own daughter was due. Poetic justice, it is called. Just what you were going to do to your own daughter, taking her baby and telling her it is dead and keeping it for your own. Suddenly, it gets done onto you." Olivia says "You made Gregory think that I killed my baby to ruin my marriage." Annie says "Yeah, and it worked like a charm." Olivia says "You cannot possibly, for one minute, think that I would believe that Caitlin would go along with that." "Well, Caitlin wanted a baby so badly. You should have heard her.' "Caitlin told you to take my baby and tell me that it died?" "Of course she didn't tell me. She doesn't know that Trey is your baby. She thinks he came from an unwed mother that just couldn't deal. Who could make up something like this?" As she heads for the door, Olivia says 'I'm going to put a stop to this right now." "Oh, fine. Go tell the whole family, why don't you? That I stole your baby and I gave him to Caitlin and I told you that he was dead. You know what you will get? Nothing. You will lose Caitlin forever. Caitlin will lose Cole. And, you are not going to get near that baby. But, you know what. I'll do you the favor of adding in the part that the baby might be yours and Cole's and not yours and Gregory's just to make sure that you are empty-handed. How does that sound now?" Just then A.J. opens the door and walks in. "Olivia, feeling better? Are you waiting to become Trey's Godmother?" Annie asks "Are you, Olivia? "
Casey and Sara meet on the beach near the pier. "You didn't have to come after me, Casey." "I know. I'm sorry." "Did you see the look on my dad's face when he realized that I had an affair with a married man? Or, my mom, when she figured out that I had been lying about it? I'm never going to forget that moment." "Hank and Joan were stunned, but they are not going to go south on you, Sara. They love you." "Did you see how my dad just totally defended me with those reporters? He stood there and he heard the tape where I admit having an affair with Congressman Blythe to Melinda and he still defended me." "Like I said, he loves you, Sara." "No, he just wanted to believe that it wasn't my fault." " I know." "Damn it, why didn't I tell them the truth when you told me to. I just never believed anything like this could happen. I mean, a taped conversation, a private conversation, with Melinda. Who would do that to me?" "I was wondering the same thing."
RESTAURANT IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
Melinda Fall is talking to a woman about publishing her book. "I kind of can't believe how easy this was. I gave the tape to the press like you said and..." The woman interupts with "...Congressman Blythe and Sara Cummings are the lead story on every newscast across the country." "Well, now that we created a media frenzy, are you going to get me that book deal that you promised?" "Not so fast. There is one more thing that you could do to make this book less like everything else and more like a bestseller. Or, we can close your deal right now, Melinda. Whatever you like." Melinda calls out to the waiter "Two Manhattans, please." Then, to the woman, "I'm listening."
Sara and Casey walk along the beach, talking. "I have met some pretty ruthless people in Washington, D.C., but I never thought that anyone in Sunset Beach would be capable of this." "Maybe the person who taped your conversation came from Washington." "How could that be? Who would care that much?" "Wouldn't be the first time, Sara." "Casey, I was so careful not to tell anyone. I only told Melinda because I was going crazy keeping it to myself and she was the only person that I trusted. You know, if you can't have a private conversation without worrying that there is a tape recorder hidden in the centerpiece....what?" "Sara, you are assuming that there was someone else listening in on your conversation with Melinda. And, I guess, I'm not." "What are you saying?" "I'm saying that I think Melinda tape recorded your conversation and leaked it to the press."
RESTAURANT IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
Melinda told the woman "I am not seeing Sara Cummings again. She will claw my eyes out." The woman replies "Sara Cummings will give you the last chapter of your book if you see her again. And it won't read like some boring epilogue. I promise you that. She will have nothing to lose. And when she is through ripping you apart, she will do the same, or worse, to the Congressman. And, if you get it on video, all the talk shows will be tripping over themselves to get to you. Does the phrase passive income for the rest of your life sound like something that you would be interested in, Melinda? Or, are you happy with your yearly cost of living increase?" Melinda answers with "Book two tickets back to Sunset Beach, one for me, one for a cameraman."
Sara and Casey stand on the beach near the pier. Sara says to Casey "I know what you are thinking. It seems like the obvious thing. But, you don't know Melinda. You don't know how important she has been to me." "She was your confidante." "Yes." "And you totally trusted her." "Yes." "And I think that she used that to her advantage." "Melinda came out to California to help me, not turn me in. There is no way." "Sara, who else knew the truth besides you and Melinda? Think about where those conversations took place. Who could have recorded them." "Well, the press for one. They have been all over me for weeks." "That's not an option." "So, it is easier to blame my friend? No. People don't do things like that. People are not that horrible." "Sara, I don't think that you should stay out here too long. They are gonna find you." "I can't face the press again." "I know." "And, I can't go home. I can't face my mom and dad. They are never going to look at me the same way again." Casey pulls herto him. "Everything is going to be okay, Sara. I'll take care of you. I promise."
Ben is on his cell phone. Meg asks Joan and Hank if they are going to be okay. Joan says "I keep thinking about how alone Sara must have felt. She made a mistake. She was ashamed of herself. She didn't feel that she could come to us for help." "Mom, she didn't come to you because she loves you. She didn't want to burden you or hurt you. No matter how much you guys say that she could have come to you, (She looks over at Ben, thinking to herself that what she is saying applies to her and Ben, as well) sometimes you just can't say something that you know is going to help yourself, if you know that it is going to cause the ones you love pain."
Ben approaches Meg and says "I made a few inquiries." 'About Sara?" Hank asks. "About the legal consequences she is going to have to face if she lied in her affidavit to the Special Prosecutor." Joan turns to Hank. " We are going to have to find a lawyer." Ben says "I'll take care of it, Hank. We don't have to speak of it again. I've put in a call to Gregory Richards, but he is still at his grandson's baptism."
Ben and Meg walk in. Meg says "I just can't stop thinking about how hard it must have been for Sara to keep a secret like that for so long." Ben says "It must have been very lonely." Meg looks at him, lovingly. "What?" "You were really great with my mom and dad back there." "What did you expect? We are family." "I know." "You know, Meg, Sara is a very different person from you, but, there is one family trait you both share. You both put taking care of yourselves aside in order to protect the people close to you." "I guess you are right. We both do that." "I'm glad you saw it today, because maybe it will help you to tell me whatever it is that you were afraid to tell me earlier." Meg responds "I don't want any secrets between us.' "Tell me." "Ben, it is about Derek and me. He..." "It is okay, Meg. I know."
Olivia walks up to Caitlin, who is standing near Cole, holding Trey. Cole asks if she is going to go through with this. Olivia turns to Annie and says, pointedly, "Yes." Caitlin hands Trey to Cole and approaches her mother. "Are you feeling better?" Olivia cannot take her eyes off Trey. "This means so much to me, Mom." Olivia continues to stare at Trey. Annie looks worried. "Mom, something has happened?" Fade to commercial.
Worriedly, Caitlin asks her mother if she is sure everything is alright. "Did something happen outside, Mom?" "No, I just want to say that I love you. And I want the ceremony to start right now." Gregory asks Annie what she was talking about with Olivia for so long. "Oh, we were just coming to an understanding about Trey." Father Antonio says "Okay, everyone, I think that we are ready to procede." Caitlin takes Trey from Cole and gives him to Olivia. Olivia is overcome with emotion as she holds Trey for the first time since discovering that he is hers. "My angel!"
Father Antonio says "Cole, Caitlin, what name have you given your child?" Cole responds "Armando Dechanel,III." "And what do you ask of God's church for Trey?" "Baptism." "In asking your child to be baptized, do you accept the responsibility to train him in the practice of the faith?" While this is being said, Olivia is in a world of her own with Trey. She remembers all the things that led to this moment. "It is your duty to raise Trey to keep God's commandments as Christ taught us, by loving God and our neighbor. Do you understand what you are undertaking?" "We do." "Annie, Sean, Olivia, as Trey's Godparents, are you committed to helping Cole and Caitlin in their duties as Christian parents?" Annie says "Yeah. I mean, of course." Sean says "We are." Now, it is Olivia's turn to respond. She just stands there , stunned, holding Trey until Caitlin says "Mom." "Cait, I can't do this." There are looks of great concern on all faces. Olivia hugs Trey tightly.