Theme song: "Cold World" Macy Gray
on One Day at a Time
- Shane interrupted Robin & Adam's wedding with the news that he believed
Helen was alive and had been buried alive by Brandy. Dawn, Robin, Adam,
Max and Shane raced to the cemetery and started to dig up Helen's grave
- Vinny was livid when he saw Daisy & Tyler arrive to the wedding
together. Brett, meanwhile, told his brother he was leaving town
- Natasha continued to be against the idea that Jacob was engaged to Cassie
Nova. Natasha and Robbie blamed Kim for Bob's death
- Brooke told Robbie that they could just be friends as she had to focus
on her family
- On his deathbed, Bob told Kim to tell everyone he started the fire at
"We are making pretty good progress," Max says in between taking
huge shovels of dirt from the ground and throwing it over his shoulder.
Together with Adam and Shane, Max is working hard to dig up Helen's grave
as Shane believes that Helen is alive and was buried alive by Brandy.
They have no idea if this is true, but if there is any chance that Helen
is alive and well, they have to know. They have to get to Helen's coffin.
Of course, because it is winter, some of the ground is frozen so it is
making it a longer process than what they wanted. Large snowflakes are
still falling from the sky as they work towards getting Helen out of the
Adam looks over at Shane and then Max. "I can't thank you guys enough
for helping," he says as he lifts more dirt out of the expanding
pit. "If Helen is alive, we have to get to her."
"I knew that we would have to do this as soon as I found that walkie-talkie
in Brandy's condo," Shane grunts loudly. "She's done so much
damage, this only makes sense that Helen might be alive."
"I hope she is," Max tells them. "Otherwise we've done
all this work for nothing."
"I just hope this is over soon," Dawn tells them, as she and
Robin stand on the sidelines. "I just want answers."
"We all do," Robin replies to her. Robin can't believe that
her wedding day has turned into this; had Shane not interrupted the ceremony,
she and Adam would have been married by now. Instead, she is waiting with
Dawn to see if Adam's ex-wife is actually alive and well. "This day
has certainly taken a twist that I didn't see coming."
"I know this can't be easy for you," Dawn tells her. "News
of my Mom possibly being alive in the middle of your wedding ceremony
was not a part of the plan."
"I still want to marry your father," Robin says back to her.
"But, if your mother is alive, we have to find out. This is what
the priority has to be."
"Thank you for that," Dawn informs her as they turn back around
to the men, who are still shoveling away.
"Wait," Adam suddenly looks up at everyone. "I just hit
the coffin with my shovel! We are here, we are about to see if Helen is
"Why does it seem like every big event in this town is ruined by
something?" Daisy asks Tyler as he passes her a glass of red wine
before he sits next to her on the sofa in his town house. In front of
them, they have a large fire roaring in the fire place as they wanted
to warm up from the snow fall that is still coming down outside.
Tyler chuckles back to her. "I wish I knew the answer to that,"
he admits to her. "Did you happen to see Vinny at the wedding?"
"I felt his eyes on us as soon as we walked into the church,"
Daisy tells him, recalling how Vinny saw them arrive to the wedding together.
"I'm not sure how he felt though."
"We should ask Trenyce," Tyler says. "She was with him
when we walked in."
"I'll touch base with her tomorrow," Daisy replies to him. "Right
now, my ex-husband is the last thing on my mind."
"What is on your mind then?"
"You, us, the kisses we've been sharing lately."
Tyler smirks back to her. "That's interesting, that's what's on my
Daisy leans over and kisses him. "I don't want to waste any more
"Neither do I," Tyler looks into her eyes. "I want you,
"Then have me," she replies to him. "Make love to me Tyler."
"Did you get a chance to talk to Paige?" Vinny asks Andrew as
they sit in the back booth of the coffeehouse. After helping clean up
the church with the wedding décor, Andrew asked Vinny to join him
for a coffee so they came to the coffeehouse. Vinny knows that his nephew
was going to ask his former girlfriend for more information about why
she ended their relationship as Andrew has been dumbfounded by her suddenly
"No I didn't," Andrew admits to him before he takes a sip of
his coffee. "She found out that grandfather passed away, so I think
she was going to be with family."
"That's too bad," Vinny tells him. "Ideally you should
be there for her right now."
"I'd like to be," Andrew says. "But I can't force her to
be with me if she doesn't want to be. I'll find out what's going on in
due time; right now, I just hope she is okay."
"I meant to tell you at the church that Brett arrived to see me,"
Vinny reveals to him. "I went to get some air and my brother was
waiting for me."
"What did he want? I thought you said he was going to be living at
the mansion outside of the city limits?"
"He was involved in the shooting at the Calimo cabin with Victoria
Franky," Vinny informs him. "I thought he had something to do
with it but it turns out he didn't."
"So he wanted to gloat?" Andrew asks him.
"No, he told me he was leaving town. He's not even going to be staying
the mansion anymore."
Andrew arches his eyebrow back to him. "Do you believe him?"
"I do," Vinny nods back to him. "I'm not sure why I believe
him, but I do. I think he realized that there's nothing for him in Twin
Peaks. Not even family."
"Well, let's toast to that then," Andrew lifts his glass, glad
that Vinny won't have to worry about Brett anymore.
Twin Peaks General Hospital
Brett slowly walks up to a hospital room and peers into the window. He
can see Victoria laying in the hospital bed with tubes running through
her nose and hand. She is, of course, a sleep as she is in a coma. Brett
doesn't know why he came to see the woman who threatened to kill him,
but he thought he needed to see her before he left town.
He slowly opens the door and moves inside her room. He looks at Victoria
for a moment as he hovers over her body before he moves next to her.
"They say that you may never wake up," he tells her. "Which
in some ways, would be ironic considering you wanted to shoot and kill
four people less than 24 hours ago. Look, I don't hold any grudges. I
know what Dave and I put you through all those years ago was awful; if
I was in your shoes, I would have wanted me dead too."
"I'm going be leaving town, Victoria," Brett continues to speak
out loud. "I don't even know why I'm here. I guess I could say my
peace with you and not have to hear that you don't believe that I've changed.
I'm getting that a lot from my brother, which again, I get. But, I have
changed. And the way for me to prove that is to leave town and start leading
a life, a better life."
He looks at her for a moment. "I hope you wake up," he whispers
to her. "And, I hope you get the help you need to ensure that you
stay healthy Victoria. You don't deserve to die, and you don't deserve
to have this alter ego running your life."
Brett starts to move back to the doorway but he turns and looks at her
one more time. "I'll pray for you," he tells her before he leaves
the room, leaving Victoria laying in her coma like no one was ever there.
The Calimo Mansion
"Thanks for getting that food from the Pampa Grill," Natasha
tells Cory as they move into the living room of the mansion as they just
finished eating the take out that her husband picked up for them. The
last thing she wanted to do was to go out and eat to have everyone come
up to her and offer her condolences about Bob's passing. The passing of
her father is still so fresh, she isn't ready to face anyone yet.
"Of course," Cory tells her. "Do you want a glass of wine?
I know I could use a drink."
"I'd love one," Natasha replies to him. "I feel bad for
missing Adam and Robin's wedding, but I'm just not ready to face anyone
"I don't blame you," Cory says back to her as he passes her
a glass of wine. "And, Adam and Robin will understand that. They
have both lost people in their lives."
"I just wish Jacob would come to his senses," Natasha takes
a sip of her wine. "The last thing this family needs is for him to
be with Cassie Nova. We should be coming together right now! That woman
will do the exact the opposite to this family."
"If you mean that, you'll lay off Kim," Cory tells him, which
catches Natasha by surprise. "She's mourning her husband; you and
Robbie have to stop blaming her for Bob's death."
"But she is responsible!" Natasha sets her glass down and glares
at her husband. "My father would be alive if it wasn't for that woman!"
"Nat, look at yourself," Cory calmly replies to her. "You're
getting so worked up over Kim, your father's wife and your son's fiancé.
You have to stay calm or you're going to have a break down. You're dealing
with enough stress of losing your father."
"I can't believe that you're not on my side!" Natasha pouts
"I am on your side, Nat," Cory tries to tell her. "I just
want this family to have peace and I believe the only way to accomplish
that is by you and Robbie backing off Kim and for you to trust Jacob's
"Never," Natasha stands up from the sofa. "You're asking
the impossible of me. Kim did kill my father and Jacob can't marry Cassie!
End of discussion!"
"Where are you going?" Cory asks her as she walks to the entry
way of the living room.
"I'm taking my wine upstairs. I'd like to be alone," she coldly
replies to him before she leaves the room. She doesn't want to fight with
him but the fact that Cory can't see her side in things means that she
doesn't really want to be around him. She has to think of a way to get
Jacob to end things with Cassie.
Cory sighs heavily wondering if he can get through to his wife; while
he understands where she is coming from, he knows that there will never
be peace in the family until they can come together.
Wild Night; The Office's
Robbie slowly opens the door to the office and moves inside. He looks
around and is immediately taken back to the previous summer when he and
Brooke were working so closely to help him win the election. It was in
this very office that they started their affair; they made love for the
first time on the desk that is in front of him. That seems like a lifetime ago, however. He knows that she has ended their affair because she needs to focus on her family; after Helen's passing, everyone's life was put back into perspective.
He doesn't know why he came to the offices tonight, but something was
telling him it might make him feel better from the grief he is feeling
from losing Bob. Of course, he knows that Bob was very supportive of him
running for mayor; maybe that is why he wanted to be here. In some ways,
he feels close to Bob here.
"Looks like we had the same idea," a voice calls out from behind
Robbie turns around and sees Brooke standing behind him. "What are
you doing here?"
Brooke shrugs back to him. "I was having a glass of wine at the Pampa
Grill but I wasn't ready to go home yet. I still come here often when
I want to think."
"Really? You do?""
"Yea, this place has a lot of special memories for me."
"For me too," Robbie looks into her eyes. "I don't know
if I've said it yet, but thank you for being there for me."
"You don't have to thank me Robbie," Brooke replies to him.
"You know that I'll always be there for you. And what you're going
through, it is the one of the most difficult things we have to go through
as children when we become adults."
"It doesn't help that my family is a complete war zone right now."
"Everyone is hurting," Brooke moves closer to him. "You
have to trust that things will get better before they get worse."
"I hope you're right," he forces a smile on his face. "I
don't want to keep you, if you were heading home."
Brooke reaches out and grabs his arm. "You're not keeping me,"
she looks into his eyes. "I'm where I want to be. Where I need to
Robbie looks at her for a moment longer before he moves up to her and
kisses her passionately. "We shouldn't do this," she says in
between kisses but she continues to kiss him back.
"No we shouldn't be," he replies to her he throws her jacket
off and starts to unbutton his shirt. He lifts her up and carries her
to the desk and where he lays her down and crawls on top of her, their
lips never leaving one another's.
Roboto; Bob's Office
Kim opens the door to Bob's office and slowly walks inside. She turns
the light on and immediately gets tears in her eyes as she sees the space
that she spent so much time with Bob in. They spent countless hours working
on projects together, talking or having drinks in his office. To be here,
now, after he died feels like a tidal wave of emotions.
"Oh my darling Bob," she says as she moves up to his desk and
runs her finger along it. "What am I going to do without you?"
She picks up the picture on his desk of their wedding day and looks at
it. "It's funny because this is the only place I feel like I can
go right now. You know, Robbie and Natasha, they blame me for everything
that happened. They think I killed you."
She sets the photo down and then looks back at the door when she hears
a noise. "Oh, Mrs. Calimo, I'm glad that you're here. I have some
questions for you," Simona Lopez says as she moves into the office.
"Do you have any idea what time it is?" Kim asks her, wiping
her eyes dry. "And how did you find me? Are you following me?"
"I called the mansion and they housekeeper said you weren't there,"
Simona replies to her. "I figured this was the next most logical
place you'd be."
"I don't know what kind of questions you have, but this is neither
the time nor the place for them!"
"I need to know everything you know about the fire at the boutique,"
Simona tells her. "Now that your husband is dead, I need answers
so I can close this case."
"How dare you!" Kim shrieks at her. "My husband is dead
and all you care about is your fucking case!"
"Please Mrs. Calimo," Simona calmly tells her. "The sooner
we get this over with, the sooner I can leave."
"Fine," Kim waves her hand back in the air. "He, Bob, my
husband, confessed to me when he woke up at the hospital. Bob told me
that he started the fire at the boutique. Are you happy now?"
Before Simona can reply, Greg appears in the doorway of the office. He
knows Kim is still struggling with the loss of Bob, so he wanted to make
sure that she is doing okay. "What is going on in here?"
"We are finished, aren't we detective?" Kim snarls at her.
"No, you heard the woman," Greg cuts Simona off. "She just
lost her husband, surely you can give her some space? Otherwise, I'll
have to call the commissioner myself and tell him how you are harassing
"I'll leave," Simona collects her things. "But Mrs. Calimo,
I will have more questions for you."
As soon as Simona is out of the office, Kim rushes into Greg's arms. "Thank
you," she says as tears fall down her cheek. "I needed that."
Greg smiles as he holds her. "I told you at the hospital that I'm
here for you Kim, and I meant that. I'm right here."
Shane, Max and Adam brush the dirt off the top of the coffin as they have
most of the coffin dug out from Helen's grave site. Adam looks up at Dawn,
who gets tears in her eyes. They know that they are either about to see
Helen's dead, decaying body, or they will see her alive in the coffin.
"Are you ready?" Adam asks as Dawn nods back to him.
"Let's get this over with," Dawn replies to her father. She
feels her heart skipping a beat as the moment of truth is here; she is
about to find out if her mother is alive after all this time. Could this
be the miracle they have been waiting for?
"Okay, I'm going to open the lid," Shane looks over at Adam,
as he struggles with the lock briefly before he opens the lid.
Adam rushes around and sees Helen's body. "Helen! Can you hear me?
Helen?" he shouts to her lifeless body.
Max looks back at Dawn with sadness in his eyes as he believes that Helen
is indeed dead. Robin takes a deep breath as well.
"She's breathing!" Adam yells to everyone as he gets a smile
on his face. "Shane, I need you! She's breathing, but barely!"
"Really?" tears flood down Dawn's cheeks. "Mom's alive?"
Dawn rushes into the open pit with Adam, who is now holding Helen's body
in his arms as Shane calls for an ambulance. Dawn hugs Adam before she
grabs Helen's hand. "Mom! Oh my God, Mom!"
"She's alive Dawn, she's alive," Adam looks at his daughter
and then down at Helen, who still has her eyes close.
Robin looks down into the grave and sees Adam, the white shirt of his
tuxedo is covered in dirt and mud, holding Helen's lifeless, but alive,
body with Dawn next to him crying tears of joy while the large snowflakes
continue to fall down on top of them. While she is thrilled for Adam and
Dawn, a part deep down inside of Robin can't help but wonder what this
means for her future relationship with Adam now that Helen is seemingly
alive and well.
"This was supposed to be my wedding day," she whispers to herself
as she continues to watch the family rejoice in the grave.
Next on One Day at a Time
- News of Bob's confession spreads
- Donovan and Lukas continue to be at odds
- Nicholas tells Andy his news