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KEEPING UP WITH THE DEVERAUXES
By Jennifer-Lynn D'Anna
EPISODE 38

SCENE 1: INT. JENNIFER'S BEDROOM

JENNIFER is lying on her stomach on her bed and is trying to write. She pauses for a moment and thinks while biting on her pen, finally writes something down, then gets frustrated and balls up the paper. The door is open. JACK walks by to go to his room, but stops and peeks in on her. He watches her with great love and concern as she has trouble writing. After a few seconds, JENNIFER realizes he is watching her. JACK tries to cover and turns around and starts messing with the fern in the hallway.

JENNIFER: (SMILING AT HIS "COVERING") Jack?

JACK: (TURNING AROUND) Yes?

JENNIFER: (SITTING UP IN BED AND DRAWING HER KNEES TO HER CHEST) Whatcha doing?

JACK: Um...I was just...I was just...(TOUCHING THE FERN) checking on the flora. I think Jo might be pulling our leg about watering them while we were away. This one...this one looks rather sickly, don't you think?

JENNIFER: (AMUSED) I think it looks fine.

JACK: (COCKING HIS EYEBROW UP AT HER) You do?

JENNIFER: (SMILING) I do. (BEAT) You can come in, you know.

JACK: (NERVOUSLY SMILING) I know.

JENNIFER: (WAITING FOR HIM TO STEP IN. WHEN HE DOESN'T) Come in, Jack.

JACK: Come in? Yes, I guess I could. (HE TENTATIVELY STEPS IN) Working on your novel? (HE NODS TO THE PAPERS AND NERVOUSLY PUTS HIS HANDS IN HIS POCKETS)

JENNIFER: (PLACING THE PAPERS UNDER HER PILLOW) I wish. Marlena's "homework." (LOOKING TOWARDS HIM) You can sit down too, you know.

JACK: (NERVOUS) Right. Sit down. I..(GIVING IN)...okay. (HE SITS DOWN ON THE EDGE OF HER BED WITH HIS HANDS STILL IN HIS POCKETS)

JENNIFER: (SMILING AT JACK'S NERVOUSNESS) Jack-

JACK: (LOOKING AROUND THE ROOM AT THE WALLS) I like what you did in here. The walls, that is. I was thinking about doing something similar.

JENNIFER: Jack-

JACK: (NOT LOOKING AT HER STILL) No, seriously, I do. I mean, I'd like to do something similar. Maybe without the border, though. (SHUDDERING A LITTLE ) A little too feminine for me.

JENNIFER: Jack-(HE GOES TO SPEAK BUT SHE THROWS HIM A LOOK) I want to talk.

JACK: (FINALLY MEETING HER GAZE) About painting?

JENNIFER: (QUIETLY) About today.

OUT on JACK'S reluctant look.


SCENE 2: INT. JENNIFER'S BEDROOM

IN PROGRESS

JENNIFER: I want to talk about what you said in therapy today. About me not believing in you.

JACK: (PLAYING WITH A THREAD ON HER COMFORTER AND AVOIDING HER GAZE) I don't think that's a good idea.

JENNIFER: I do. (FRUSTRATED, SHE GRABS HIS HANDS)

JACK: (LOOKING DOWN AT HER HANDS ON HIS) Jennifer.

JENNIFER: (LOOKING DOWN AT THEIR INTERLOCKED HANDS AS WELL) Jack. (SHE LOOKS UP AT HIM) Jack, I want you to know that I'm sorry.

JACK: And I...I want you to know that I'm serious.

JENNIFER: (LOST) Serious?

JACK: Serious about not talking about this right now. I'd rather...I'd rather not talk about this without...without the good doctor here. I'm sorry. (HE GETS UP AND WALKS OVER TO HER DRESSER AND STARTS LOOKING AT HER PICTURES)

JENNIFER: (TAKING IN HIS WORDS) Okay. (SHE GETS UP AND WALKS OVER TO HIM) I love that photo. (SHE LOOKS OVER HIS SHOULDER AT IT) You remember when we took that?

JACK: I do. Vern took it. We were at the paper and he had just gotten his new camera. His foray into art.

JENNIFER: (SMILING AT THE RECOLLECTION) Yeah. We weren't even together then.

JACK: Were we ever really?

JENNIFER: (LAUGHING) Were we ever? (SHE PLAYFULLY HITS HIM) I guess we weren't, were we?

JACK: (LAUGHING HIMSELF AT THEIR NON-COURTSHIP) How we ever wound up married, I don't know.

BOTH are enjoying this playful recollection of their relationship.

JENNIFER: Oh, come on now. It wasn't that bad.

JACK: Did I say "bad"? No, not "bad." Non-conv...It wasn't conventional, though.

JENNIFER: That's why it worked. We made it work.

JACK: I guess we did, didn't we? It wasn't easy.

JENNIFER: No...no, it wasn't. (GETTING SERIOUS AGAIN) I know this isn't easy, too, Jack. (SHE TOUCHES HIS SHOULDER IN CONCERN)

JACK: (LOOKING AT HER HAND ON HIS SHOULDER) Oh, no...not the shoulder. Jennif-(GETTING SERIOUS HIMSELF) Jennifer, it's not easy. This (PLACING THE PICTURE BACK ON THE DRESSER)..this you and me and head shrinkage is not easy, so if it's the same to you, I'd rather not talk about this when we're not confined in Marlena's office.

JENNIFER: (THINKING IT OVER A BIT) You're right. (SHE GOES TO GRAB THE PHONE)

JACK: (WONDERING WHAT SHE'S DOING) I'm right?

JENNIFER: (PICKING UP THE PHONE ON HER NIGHTSTAND) About not talking about it. About us not being conventional.

JACK: Excuse me for calling you vague, but you're being rather, well, vague.

JENNIFER: (STARTING TO DIAL) You're excused. (SHE SMILES) Abby's spending the night over at Rebecca's, right?

JACK: (CONFUSED) Yes. Jennif-

JENNIFER: And Jo?

JACK: She's out on a (CRINGING AT THE WORD) date with Vernon.

JENNIFER throws him a look.

JENNIFER: Jack, why don't you go downstairs and get together some chips and dip and stuff and I'll be down in a minute?

JACK: Chips and dip? What-

JENNIFER: (SMILING AND COCKING HER HEAD TOWARDS THE DOOR) Just go. You'll see.

JACK: (RELUCTANTLY MOVING TOWARDS THE DOOR) Right. I'll see. (HE EXITS, BUT STANDS OUTSIDE THE DOOR).

All of a sudden, the door shuts in front of him. JACK jumps back in confusion.


SCENE 3: INT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S LIVING ROOM

IN on JACK, who is placing some bowls of chips and popcorn on the coffee table. JENNIFER comes walking down the stairs.

JACK: (NOTING HER) Would you mind telling me what we're doing?

JENNIFER: Well, (THE DOORBELL RINGS).. You know what? You're about to see for yourself. (SHE OPENS THE DOOR) Bo! Hope!

HOPE: Jenn, I'm so glad you called. (SHE HUGS JENNIFER HELLO)

BO: (HUGGING JENNIFER AS WELL) Jenn. Lucky for us, we had a babysitter who was willing to work on short notice.

HOPE: Or a son who wanted to spend some QT with his baby brother. (SEEING JACK) Jack! How are you? (SHE HUGS HIM HELLO) I must admit, I was rather surprised when Jenn called. She said you wanted to hang out. I always thought of you as the-

JACK: (NERVOUSLY SMILING) Socially reclusive type.

HOPE: (EMBARASSED) Well...No.

BO: (SHAKING JACK'S HAND) He's joking Fancy Face. Jack.

JACK: Bo. I'm so glad Jennifer (THROWING HER A LOOK) called.

JENNIFER: (SMILING FACETIOUSLY AT HIM) Yeah. I told them how we were talking and how you said we never really did anything conventional anymore. So...

JACK: So you invited them over to-what do the kids call it-hang out?

JENNIFER: Exactly.

HOPE and BO are confused by JACK and JENNIFER'S behavior.

JENNIFER: (TURNING TO HOPE) You know what? Hope, why don't you help me get the drinks from the kitchen? (TO JACK) You're going to be okay, aren't you?

JACK: (NERVOUS ABOUT BEING LEFT ALONE WITH BO. THROUGH GRITTED TEETH) I guess so.

JENNIFER: (SMILING) Good. We'll be right back. (SHE SQUEEZES HIS ARM FOR REASSURANCE)

JENNIFER and HOPE exit through the kitchen. OUT on JACK'S nervousness.


SCENE 4: INT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S LIVING ROOM

IN PROGRESS

IN on JACK and BO, who are sitting at opposite ends of the couch. Both are uncomfortable about being alone with one another. A few seconds of silence ensues.

JACK: So...how are things down at the good 'ole police station?

BO: (NODDING) Fine, fine. (BEAT) Any job prospects?

JACK: No, no. (BEAT) But I'm thinking that pretty soon my luck will be turning around. It has too. Pretty soon the publishing world will be suffering from a major (PUTTING HIS ARMS OUT TO INDICATE AN EXPLOSION) Jack Attack.

BO: (CONFUSED BY JACK) I'm sure they will.

CUT to the kitchen, where JENNIFER and HOPE are pouring some iced tea.

JENNIFER: (REACHING INTO THE CABINETS FOR SOME GLASSES) -and I got them on sale. Forty percent off. (SHE TURNS AROUND AND POKES OUT HER FOOT TO SHOW HOPE HER SHOES)

HOPE: (TAKING THE GLASSES FROM HER AND GLANCING AT THE SHOES) They're nice.

JENNIFER: Yeah, I thought so. (BEAT) So, have you talked to Colin lately?

HOPE: (LOOKING UP FROM POURING THE ICED TEA) Oh. Are you sure you want to talk about that?

JENNIFER: (WRINGING A DISHTOWEL IN HER HAND) Of...of course I would. Why wouldn't I?

HOPE: I...I don't know. I guess since you and Jack seem to be getting along great.

JENNIFER: (SMILING AT THIS COMMENT) We have, haven't we?

HOPE: (MATCHING HER SMILE) I guess..I guess I thought that it didn't matter. About Colin, that is.

JENNIFER: Yeah. (NERVOUS) I'm just asking as a friend. You know we were friends back in Africa. Pretty good ones, at that. (SHE PICKS UP A GLASS OF TEA AND GOES TO SIP IT)

HOPE: (TRYING TO READ JENNIFER'S FACE) I know. I just...(SIGHING) He's engaged, Jenn. We met his fiancée the other day.

JENNIFER drops her glass to the floor and it shatters. HOPE stands there in shock.

CUT to LIVING ROOM

JACK and BO are still sitting on the couch. They have resumed not talking. They hear the glass break in the kitchen.

JACK: (LOOKING AT BO) Your wife or mine? Ex-wife, I mean.

BO: (SMILING) I'd bet mine. Hope was never the most graceful person when it came to glasses. You should have seen how many she broke when we first got married. We almost had to re-register.

JACK: (STARTING TO LOOSEN UP) Then it's a good thing you got remarried. (BEAT) You know Jennifer broke a few dishes in her time, too. Of course, they were thrown at me.

BO: (LAUGHING A LITTLE) Ah, the Horton temper.

JACK: (LAUGHING A LITTLE AS WELL) It's hard to believe that Mrs. Horton would ever throw dishes, though.

BO: Oh, come on, she was quite the spitfire back in her day, if I recall. (GETTING COMFORTABLE ON THE COUCH) Did I tell you about the time that-

CUT to KITCHEN

HOPE and JENNIFER are kneeling on the floor trying to pick up the broken pieces of the glass.

JENNIFER: (PICKING UP THE PIECES) I am so clumsy. Pretty soon, I'm going to have to start shopping for glasses on sale. Of course, that might not be a bad-

HOPE: (PICKING UP THE PIECES AND WATCHING JENNIFER) Jenn-

JENNIFER: (AVOIDING HOPE'S EYES) No, seriously, maybe I can find a nice set down at Salem Place. You know they have that new department store.

HOPE: (GRABBING JENNIFER'S WRISTS) Jenn, something is wrong, now you're going to tell me what it is.

OUT on JENNIFER'S nervous expression.


SCENE 5: INT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S KITCHEN

IN PROGRESS

JENNIFER: (GENTLY BREAKING HER WRISTS AWAY FROM HOPE AND PICKING UP THE REMAINING PIECES) Nothing. Nothing's wrong. Don't look at me that way, Hope.

HOPE: I'm not looking at you anyway. Jenn, do you still have feelings for Colin?

JENNIFER: No. (FINALLY MEETING HOPE'S EYES) Yes. I don't know.

HOPE: But I thought everything was going great with Jack?

JENNIFER: It is. It's just... Everyday something more and more seems to come out. I'm...I'm scared that when it's all out there, it'll scare him into not wanting to work this out.

HOPE: You think it's-whatever happened between you two-it's too overwhelming? JENNIFER: (NODDING) In a way, yes. And Colin? I don't love him, I know that. But knowing that I followed him to Ireland and him...

HOPE: And the fact that he has a fiancee makes it all too much, huh? You're finally starting to truly feel how bad that decision was? (TALKING ABOUT HERSELF AND KEEPING THE PATERNITY OF ISAAC A SECRET)

JENNIFER: (SMILING AND WIPING AWAY A TEAR) Yeah. I know it's silly.

HOPE: (TAKING JENNIFER'S HAND AND RUBBING IT) No, Jenn. How you fell is never silly. I think you need to talk to Jack about all this, that's all. Nip the miscommunication-

JENNIFER: In the bud. (SMILING) I don't think he wants to talk about this right now. Now without Marlena, that is. Too hard.

HOPE: Make him listen, Jenn. The truth is always the way to go.

JENNIFER: (NOTICING HOPE'S UNCOMFORT) Hope, are you okay?

HOPE: (PLAYING IT OFF) I'm fine. (BEAT) Now let's finish cleaning this up and find our men. (SHE STANDS UP AS JENNIFER WATCHES HER CURIOUSLY)

JENNIFER: (STANDING UP) Yeah. That sounds good.


SCENE 6: INT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S LIVING ROOM

IN PROGRESS

BO and JACK are now talking vividly about different stories about their Horton women. They are enjoying themselves.

JACK: (ANIMATED) So, he lifted up her veil and there was this guy smoking a cigar?

BO: (LAUGHING) Yes. Now I didn't see his face, but from what Mrs. H. said, it was priceless.

JACK: (LAUGHING) Oh, that is funny. (WIPING HIS EYES FROM LAUGHING TOO HARD) Who knew?

JENNIFER and HOPE walk in with a tray of drinks to BO and JACK laughing hysterically.

JENNIFER: (THROWING HOPE A LOOK) Maybe you and I should have stayed in the kitchen.

BO and JACK notice them and quickly regain their composure.

BO: Fancy Face, I didn't know-

HOPE: (LAUGHING. SETTING THE DRINKS DOWN ON THE COFFEE TABLE) we were here. What ever were you two talking about anyway? (SHE HANDS BO A GLASS AND THEN PLOPS DOWN NEXT TO HIM TO TAKE A SIP OF HER DRINK)

BO: I was just telling Jack the story about when you were going to marry Larry Welch.

HOPE: (BARELY ABLE TO SWALLOW HER DRINK IT'S SO FUNNY) Larry Welch? Now that's a name I haven't heard in a long time.

JENNIFER is sitting on the armrest of the sofa and has just placed her hand on JACK'S shoulder. Surprised by her touch, JACK turns around and smiles at her warmly. JENNIFER smiles back.

HOPE: (NOTING JACK AND JENNIFER COMFORTABLENESS) You two know a thing about interrupting weddings, don't you?

JACK: (QUICKLY LOOKING EMBARASSED) I plead the fifth on that one.

JENNIFER: (MUSSING UP HIS HAIR) As you should. You know, despite how much I yelled, I really was glad you kidnapped me, Jack.

JACK: (MAKING A FACE) And yell she did. Believe me. Still haven't recovered my full hearing capacity in my right ear.

BO and HOPE laugh at their happiness. JENNIFER playfully hits JACK and then walks to the hall closet. JACK watches in confusion.

JACK: Oh, Miss Horton, you know I was just pulling your leg, right?

JENNIFER: (V.O.) I know.

BO, HOPE, and JACK throw each other looks. They wonder what JENNIFER is doing. JENNIFER enters with a game in her arms.

JACK: (NOTING THE GAME) Whatcha got there, an antique?

JENNIFER: (SMILING) Kind of.

HOPE: (HAPPY ABOUT THE GAME) Is that--? No way.

JENNIFER: (SMILING EVEN MORE WIDELY) Yup, it is.

JACK: And it is?

JENNIFER: A Horton family staple. (HOLDING UP THE BOX) Pictionary.

OUT on JENNIFER and HOPE clapping and excited over the game. JACK and BO are delightfully confused by their glee.


SCENE 7: INT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S LIVING ROOM

IN on JACK, who has set up an easel with a pad of paper on it in front of the couch. BO and HOPE are now on the floor around the coffee table, as is JENNIFER, who is setting up the game.

JACK: (ADJUSTING THE EASEL) Thank God for little children. I'm still hoping Abigail will grow up and be the next Van Gogh.

JENNIFER: (LAUGHING) Jack, you want her to be the first woman President.

JACK: (NERVOUSLY LAUGHING) Well, maybe that and an artist. Maybe not such a depressed one, though. (HE JOINS HER ON THE FLOOR) Now are you going to tell us how to play or are we going to have to wing it?

BO: (TO HOPE) I'm still surprised we've never played this before. How come, Fancy Face?

JACK: Well between brain chips and kidnapping, you never really got a chance.

BO and HOPE shoot JACK a look. JACK throws his hands up.

BO: (TO HOPE) How come we've never played before?

HOPE: Well...(BREAKING INTO LAUGHTER AND SNATCHING A MARKER AWAY FROM BO) because what Jack said.

JENNIFER throws JACK a look.

JENNIFER: Allright, let's show you how it's played.

OUT on the four of them leaning in over the game and JENNIFER explaining how to play it.


SCENE 8: INT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S LIVING ROOM

THIS SCENE IS DONE ENTIRELY WITHOUT WORDS. IT IS A SERIES OF DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE "PICTIONARY" GAME WITH BO AND HOPE. BO, HOPE, JACK, AND JENNIFER ARE SPEAKING, BUT YOU CANNOT HEAR THEM OVER THE WORDS OF THE SONG.

"It Takes Two" by Kim Weston and Marvin Gaye

One can have a dream, baby
Two can make that dream so real

IN on JENNIFER drawing at the board and waving to JACK to guess what she is drawing. JACK is standing there blurting out words and getting all worked up.

One can talk about bein' in love
Two can say how it really feels

CUT to HOPE, who is resting her head on BO'S shoulder. They are both enjoying themselves.

One can wish upon a star
Two can make that wish come true, yeah

CUT to JENNIFER, who is hopping up and down and drawing. JACK finally blurts out the right answer and she jumps in his arms and they both jump up and down

One can stand alone in the dark
Two can make the light shine through

CUT to BO and HOPE, who are getting up to draw and are amused at JACK and JENNIFER'S competitiveness.

It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
Me and you, just takes two
It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
To make a dream come true, just takes two

JACK and JENNIFER stop jumping up and down and look at them and try to regain their composure. As HOPE approaches the board, however, they both get excited again. BO just laughs at them.

CUT to a little while later, BO is drawing and HOPE is trying furiously to guess the answer. JACK and JENNIFER are on eggshells waiting on the couch. The timer runs out, JACK holds it up as he starts to rub JENNIFER'S shoulders as she has to draw.

One can have a broken heart, livin' in misery
Two can really ease the pain like a perfect remedy

CUT to a little while later. JACK is drawing and JENNIFER is trying to guess what he is drawing. He looks incredulously at her as she can't figure it out. The timer goes off. HOPE holds it up as she and BO hop over to the board. JENNIFER gives JACK her best "I'm sorry" face.

One can be alone in a car, on a night like these all alone
Two can make just any place seem just like bein' at home

CUT to a little while later, as JACK checks the scores. They are dead even. He pretends to look worried to JENNIFER, who is going to draw. He shows her the scores and she laughs at him. BO and HOPE are jokingly talking strategy.

It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
Me and you, just takes two
It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
To make a dream come true, just takes two

For the instrumental, JACK tries heatedly to guess what JENNIFER is drawing. BO and HOPE just laugh at how silly they're being.

Just takes two, just takes two

BO just guessed HOPE'S drawing and they both share a giddy high-five as JACK and JENNIFER look on nervously.

One can go out to a movie, lookin' for a special treat
Two can make that single movie somethin' really kinda sweet

JACK is drawing again and JENNIFER is trying to guess what he is drawing. He makes a face at each of her wrong guesses. Finally, she gets it and he picks her up and swings her around the room.

One can take a walk in the moonlight, thinkin' that it's really nice
But two walkin' hand-in-hand is like addin' just a pinch of spice

Both couples embrace and play with each other. JACK, holding JENNIFER still, picks up the score and upon seeing their win, runs her around the room celebrating. BO and HOPE laugh hysterically at how much fun they are having.

It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
Me and you, just takes two
It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
To make a dream come true, just takes two

OUT on the two couples' utter happiness


SCENE 9: EXT. JACK AND JENNIFER'S HOUSE-BACKYARD-A LITTLE WHILE LATER

BO and HOPE have just left. JENNIFER is standing in the backyard staring at the stars. JACK notices her through the backdoor window and comes out with a jacket. Without a word, he walks over and tentatively places it on her shoulders.

JENNIFER: (TURNING AROUND AND SMILING) Jack.

JACK: (QUIETLY) That's what they call me. (BEAT) Nice night, huh? (HE LOOKS UP AT THE STARS)

JENNIFER: (TURNING AROUND TO LOOK AT THEM AS WELL) Yeah. (TO JACK) Hope got off okay?

JACK: (CONCERNED ABOUT HER SERIOUSNESS) Yes. Forgot her purse, that's all. Jennifer, are you okay?

JENNIFER: (AVOIDING HIS EYES) Yeah, I'm fine. Why would you ask?

JACK: I don't know...I don't (HAVING A LIGHTBULB MOMENT) You know what, stay right here. (HE STARTS TO GO BACK INTO THE HOUSE)

JENNIFER: (SMILING) Jack, where are you-

JACK: (WAVING HER OFF) You'll see. Just stay...stay right here. Okay?

JENNIFER nods. JACK goes into the house. JENNIFER begins to walk around pensively. The door opens and JACK walks out with something behind his back.

JENNIFER: (SMILING AT HIS "SURPRISE") Jack, what are you doing?

JACK: You'll see....(HE WALKS OVER TO HER) Listen, I was just thinking about what you said earlier...

JENNIFER: (CONFUSED) About Abby being the President?

JACK: (NERVOUSLY SMILING) No, I think about that everyday. About...well...never one for being open if you would. (HE HOLDS UP A PIECE OF THE DRAWING PAPER FROM THE GAME. ON IT, HE HAS DRAWN SOME PICTURES)

JENNIFER: Jack-

JACK: No...read it...like the game.

JENNIFER: (SMILING) Okay. There's a snake, right? And it's hissing. Sssssssss? S?

JACK nods.

JENNIFER: (NARROWING HER EYES) And what looks like a car?

JACK nods again. He is very concerned for her.

JENNIFER: And a d. S- "car"-d. Scared?

JACK: (NODDING) As in I'm. As in you are. I just want you to know that I am s-"car"-d, too.

JENNIFER: (TEARS IN HER EYES) I love you, Jack Deveraux.

JACK: I do, too. You know what I mean.

JENNIFER: I do.

JACK: I just want to let you know that...that you are not alone in this. If you want...if you need to talk with...or without Marlena, I will try.

JENNIFER: You're there...

JACK: And I'm here.

JENNIFER: But I'm, we're, trying. (SMILING THROUGH HER TEARS)

JACK: (SMILING AT HER SMILE) Can and will. Contramundum, if you will. Now, let's go inside and try to get some sleep. (HE PUTS HIS ARM AROUND HER)

THEY begin to walk into the house.

JENNIFER: You're full of catch phrases, you know that?

JACK: (LAUGHING) A man of many cliches. You should be so glad to have me on your team.

JENNIFER: (LAUGHING) On my team?

JACK: Pictionary team. These catch phrases come in handy. Especially when kicking gluteus maximus.

THEY laugh and go into the house.

OUT on the porch light going out and a woman's voice coming over the screen. It is sad and sweet, but it is the same song from earlier.

It takes two, baby
It takes two, baby
To make a dream come true, just takes two

END OF EPISODE 38

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