Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 5/30/01
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Brady: Damn it! I'm not getting any better.
John: Son. Good job. Why don't you come in here and sit down? Come on.
John: You know, after what you went through last night, I think you owe it to yourself to take it easy today, don't you?
Brady: My head is fine, thank you.
Marlena: No headaches, no dizziness?
Brady: No. I know you'll never believe that I知 right in the head, but the old cabeza is fine. An elevator's not going to put a dent in it.
Marlena: Let me check.
Brady: Just don't touch me! Okay? And do me a favor -- don't insult me by pretending that you care.
John: Brady, I want you to apologize to Marlena right now.
Sami: Daddy! Hi!
Roman: How's my girl? How's Will?
Sami: We're both doing very well. I did hear about J.T. How are Hope and Bo dealing?
Roman: Well, it's been tough, real tough. First we thought J.T. Died for sure in that fall, but then search and rescue didn't find anything, so there's still hope, you know? We had a media blackout during the search, so now we're working double time to get the information out. There's got to be somebody out there that knows something, and we are going to find my nephew.
Sami: I know you are, Dad. Listen, is there anything I can do to help?
Roman: You can pray.
Sami: Well, I did pray to get my son back, and look how well that turned out.
Roman: But in your case, fate had a little helping hand.
Sami: Well, hope doesn't have to deal with Kate Roberts.
Roman: And you don't have to anymore, either, you know. I thought you wanted Kate out of your life. You know, when you were a little kid and you used to fall and scrape your knees? The scrapes would never heal 'cause you wouldn't leave 'em alone. I'm telling you now, leave Kate alone. She's not worth it.
Austin: Hi, Mom. Thanks for meeting me.
Kate: How are you? How did you, um, how did you fare during the blackout?
Austin: Fine, fine. What about you? I mean...you were at the diner.
Kate: Yeah. Um, well, you know, we were fine. There's enough grease there to light up the city for years.
Austin: You know, Philip was really surprised that you were working there. You know, he doesn't know any more than I do where you've been staying, what you've been doing with your life -- anything.
Kate: Listen, Philip heartily disapproves of the way his mother is earning her living. I'm sure he must have discussed it with you, didn't he?
Austin: No, no. Um, well, we don't really...see much of each other.
Kate: Austin...you really need to make an effort. Your Brother really needs you right now.
Jan: Preview of the last blast dance.
Mimi: What do you mean?
Jan: Well, what do you think Philly痴 going to do when big, giant, naked Chloe gets flashed all over the big screens?
Mimi: I'll want to run out of there, too, Jan. I'm so scared we're going to get caught.
Jan: [Thinking] if anyone gets caught, Meems, it'll be you. Nobody will think it's you, unless you do something crazy like bolt. This is how you chill -- take a big, deep breath, close your eyes, and picture...dollar signs. Want to see what we're going to do next?
Chloe: I was trying to catch Philip before baseball practice, but he's so fast. No wonder he has all those steals.
Belle: I'm sure he didn't hear you because if he did, he would have stopped in his tracks.
Chloe: I know.
Belle: What's wrong?
Chloe: Belle, I kind of need to talk through something.
Belle: That is what I知 here for.
Chloe: Can we go someplace else?
Belle: Sure. Ohh. This is about Philip, isn't it?
Chloe: Yeah. All he wants to do is talk about our future.
Belle: And you don稚.
Chloe: Well, he sees things completely differently from what I do. I mean, what future, Belle?
Chloe: Thanks for doing this, Belle. I don't want to monopolize your time because I know that Shawn needs you, too.
Belle: Oh, how I wish that were true. I have no idea what he's going through. I mean, nothing like this has ever happened to my Brother, and whenever I知 around Shawn's family, I feel like I'm saying the completely wrong thing.
Chloe: Well, he seemed pretty happy to lean on you this morning.
Belle: Yeah, well...why am I even thinking about what Shawn thinks about me? Especially at a time like this. We came out here to talk about you.
Chloe: Well, because someone once told me that friendship is reciprocal.
Belle: Thanks for listening, but you're the one that's upset. So, what's up with you and Philip?
Chloe: Belle, I don't know what to do.
Austin: Thank you, patty. I'm sorry. I have, um, I have really fallen short in the brother department.
Kate: Austin, Philip needs an adult that he can trust right now, and that's not his Father -- believe me. And he is not inclined to come to me right now, either.
Austin: I was talking to him at the hospital a while ago, and I got the impression that something went down between the two of you in Europe.
Kate: What did he say?
Austin: Nothing. Why? What happened?
Kate: It's not what happened, it's what victor made of it because, you know, he always has to be right, doesn't he? So what's a little manipulation, what's a little exaggeration, even if it turns a son against his mother?
Austin: Mom...come on. You're lying to me.
Sami: Dad, I'd love to never see Kate again, but if Austin and I get married, she's going to be a part of my life forever.
Roman: Why are you so anxious to get married? You're still very young. What's the rush?
Sami: Dad, I've known Austin for eight years! I mean, I don't call that rushing. I really respect him, and it bothers me to know that you don't.
Roman: Well, I'm very flattered that you still care what your old man thinks.
Sami: Of course I do, Dad.
Roman: And I got to remember you're not 15 years old anymore. I know you can take care of yourself, but your happiness is the most important thing in the world to me.
Sami: Dad, I hope that's not true. There's your happiness. You deserve to be with someone special, Dad. I mean, look at me. I'm living proof that good things come to those who wait -- well, not that I知 a big fan of the wait-and-see method.
Roman: No, I guess not.
Sami: I love you, Dad. I got to run.
Roman: I love you.
Sami: Here you go.
John: You got a hearing problem, Son? I said I want you to apologize.
Brady: Dad, I'm not in the mood. I'm too tired, okay?
Marlena: John, let it go. He's exhausted.
Brady: He heard what I said. He believes what his Son tells him, and I don't need you to translate for me.
Marlena: And I don't need a manufactured apology from you.
Brady: [Sighs] All right, I see how it is. You're just going to sit there and wait for your manufactured and, may I add, non-forthcoming apology.
John: No. She's going to sit right here and wait for the truth.
John: Now, Brady, I believe in you, and I believe it when you tell me that you're hurting, but also I have watched as Marlena has nurtured you since you were a little boy. I've watched her wipe your tears and put bandages on your knees, and I've also watched her sit right here and take it while you have tried to rip her heart out. Now, I don't know how many times we've tried to get you involved in some sort of family counseling, but you've decided not to cooperate, maybe because you think this can't be fixed. Well, you want to know something? I think it can be fixed if maybe we knew what the problem was.
Marlena: Brady, I really want to fix this. I'll do anything that has to be done. I will not change who I am, and I will not dissolve this family. I don't like the word "hate," but I think in our case, it's the only word that applies...not because I hate you, because I don稚. I'd like to know why you hate me.
John: Sweetheart, do we have to keep using that word "hate"?
Marlena: I think Brady knows what I mean by the word "hate." Don't you, Brady?
Brady: Yeah, I do. It's the word I use because it's exactly how I feel, and if you think this has something to do with Roman Brady --
Marlena: No, I don稚. I think it's much more complex than that. You keep saying that I never loved you the way that your Mother did. Your Mother was a wonderful person, Brady. I wish you had some memory of her that was all yours. You were her flesh and blood. You were her baby boy, and she loved you with all her heart. And I'm sure that she cherished every moment she had with you during her...tragically short life. But you seem to have forgotten that I loved you, too.
Brady: It's kind of audacious to compare, don't you think?
Marlena: Well, you do it. All the time. You always compare me to your -- your fantasy of your Mother.
Brady: A fantasy. Yeah. That's just about all I have these days, and whose fault is that?
Marlena: What does that mean? Brady, do you think that it's my fault that your Mother died of cancer? [Sighs] Brady, that broke my heart. It still does. She was so young and beautiful and full of life. Before your Father and I were married, you stayed with me. I took care of you like you were my own. Yes, I loved you because your Father loved you, but I simply loved you. You knew that. I know you did. And then you -- and then you run away to school and you -- you came back with this -- this venom.
Brady: Wait a second here. Went away to school, Marlena? I was sent away to school -- handed a ticket and put on a train.
Marlena: Brady, you wanted to go to school.
Brady: And why do you think that was?
Marlena: I don't know. You never said.
Brady: Well, maybe you should have asked me back then.
Marlena: I never had to ask you anything, Brady. You were the little boy who couldn't lie. You could never keep a secret. Do you remember sundaes on Sunday? Your Father took Belle, and you and I went out together. We ate rocky road ice cream and we talked. Do you remember saying to me, "this is the best! You are the best"? I don't know what happened to that little boy. I think he's still in there. I do. I don't know why he's hiding behind this anger and this bitterness. Brady, look at my face. What did I ever do to hurt you?
Kate: Austin, I'm not lying to you. What do you want me to say -- Victor's right, your Mother is a total bitch?
Sami: [Thinking] way to tell it like it is, Kate.
Austin: Come on! You know I don't think that. Mom, I知 worried. I mean, you pretend like everything's fine, and it's not. I mean, you're -- you're my Mother. I mean, I-I want you to know that you can count on me.
Kate: Well, I would love that, but as long as you're involved with Sami Brady, I have my doubts whether you could ever really be a proper son. So why don't you just go ahead and do what feels right to you, Austin? You cherish that little tramp.
Jan: The best thing about the net is we get big bucks like, instantly.
Mimi: Well, we have to wait till after the dance.
Jan: No way!
Mimi: But I thought you wanted to make the big revelation at the dance -- totally naked Chloe.
Jan: Right. But we give guys a little tease right now, and instantly, out come their --
Jan: Credit cards, Mimi.
Jason: What's that?
Belle: I would love to be more of a help here, but unfortunately, I've never had the experience of being someone's girlfriend, so I couldn't begin to tell you what to do.
Chloe: Well, what if Shawn's parents hated you, and your parents felt the same way about Shawn?
Belle: Actually, my Dad wasn't too crazy about Shawn in the beginning, not that that matters at this point. Come on! You read "Romeo and Juliet."
Chloe: Yeah, the point being they were doomed.
Belle: But they were together in the end.
Belle: Look, Chloe, I don't think you have to worry about that.
Chloe: Well, if Philip keeps beating up people for looking at me the wrong way...
Belle: Did you guys have a fight about that? Is that what's wrong?
Chloe: No. Last night we went to dinner with his Father, and we happened to run into my Mother, and of course, they found a way to bring up the whole rape thing again.
Belle: I'm sorry. I know that's the last thing you want to hear about, but, Chloe, when you accuse someone of something like that, it's out there.
Chloe: I never actually said that he raped me. I was so out of it, I wasn't hearing what Nancy said, and she just kept saying, "he raped you, didn't he?" And I blurted out "yes." I so didn't mean it the way that she meant it, and I explained that to Philip, and he understands.
Belle: But you have to get why people are upset.
Chloe: Of course I do, but they keep telling me like I知 an idiot.
Belle: I'm sorry.
Chloe: You know, this whole thing would be different if Philip was the one who was upset, but, no, he thinks everything is great between us -- so much, that he wants to spend every second with me, and if -- when I go to music school in New York, he wants to follow me there.
Belle: And you don't want him to. Chloe, you don't want to stay with Philip?
Brady: All right, you want to know what happened? I grew up. I found out all the little tricks about being an adult, especially your "I知 the perfect Dr. Marlena Evans" tricks. There was evidence of you being a fraud even back then, like the day you were so gleeful to tell me that I wasn't really your kid.
Marlena: Gleeful? Brady, I told you the truth.
Brady: I cried my eyes out that day. Didn't you know that?
Marlena: No, I didn't know that.
Brady: And still you think I told you everything when I was growing up.
Marlena: Well, I wish we'd talked about that.
Brady: Well, I'm glad we didn't. I didn't need your little spin, 'cause I now know that it wouldn't have been true anyway. Being a fake means that the way you remember something -- it didn't actually happen that way.
Marlena: What do you mean? Do you think my love wasn't real? Was I lying to you when I said I loved you?
Brady: Guess so.
Marlena: All right, what if I don't remember it correctly? How does your Father remember it? How does your Sister remember it?
Brady: My Sister remembers being your little girl. Tell me something. How would you have reacted if Belle said she wanted to go away to boarding school? What would you have done or said? You wish that she could stay here forever, and you wish that she doesn't grow up to be a phony like you, and you know what? So do I.
John: Brady, knock it off.
Brady: I'm just being honest, Dad. Isn't that what you wanted? I'm sorry. I know you're not used to being around honest people, but try to adjust.
John: Now what I want to know is why you were so unhappy that you wanted to go away to school, and then when you were at school, you wouldn't make time for us to come visit you, and you wouldn't call home, and you just wouldn't tell us what the hell was bothering you.
Brady: Okay. Okay, I'll tell you why.
Austin: You know I can't sit here and listen to you talk about Sami like that.
Kate: But she can spit in your Mother's face with your full endorsement.
Austin: She has felt like you've spit in her face about a million times.
Kate: No, no, no, no. I'm not speaking figuratively. Sami spit in my face last night in the diner. She trapped me in the ladies' room. She shoved me against the wall. I thought she was going to attack me, but, no, no. She just spit in my face. That's your loving girlfriend.
Austin: I can't believe it.
Kate: Well, there's a lot more that you won't want to believe about Sami.
Sami: Gee, Kate, do you think there are some things about you that Austin might find hard to believe?
Austin: Okay, what happened? My Mother just told me that you spit in her face.
Sami: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Did she tell you about all the nasty things that she said to me? They're burned in my mind. I could start with how she --
Roman: Sami, stop it right now.
Jason: I know you're not studying, so what are you looking at?
Jan: What do you care?
Jason: You spend more time with her than you do with me.
Jan: Come on, Meems. Are you coming, Jase?
Jason: Three's a crowd.
Mimi: Are you sure you don't want to go back in there and -- you know, Jason looked kind of mad.
Jan: Priorities, Meems. He'll be very happy with the outcome of this.
Mimi: Oh, yeah, I wasn't thinking about the entertainment value.
Jan: Excuse me? I was talking about the money.
Kevin: Hey, Jan.
Mimi: Hello, Kevin. I'm here, too.
Kevin: We've been in school together almost 11 years. Until approximately two weeks ago, you never looked at me, and now you're insulted if I don't say hi?
Jan: So, Kev, lips are like muscles. They get kind of out of shape if you don't keep puckering.
Kevin: Would you like to help prevent a grievous muscle atrophy from befalling me...in private?
Jan: That's such a stupid question for a smart guy.
Kevin: You know, when I知 the CEO of a fortune 500 company, and I have more money than bill gates --
Jan: When you get your first billion, give me a call.
Kevin: By then I値l be with Pamela Anderson.
Jan: [Chuckles snottily]
Chloe: I like being with Philip. I really do, but, Belle, I have been looking forward to music school my entire life. I have no idea what it's going to be like. I have no idea what he's going to be like. I mean, he's so not serious about school right now, and what happens if he's away from his family and he's away from his sports buddies, and the only thing for him to think about is me? He's fixated enough already.
Belle: I wish I had that problem.
Chloe: No, you don't, believe me. But it's not like he's ever pressured me.
Belle: Chloe, I thought you said that night you were in the Kiriakis stables --
Chloe: I was there because I wanted to be there. I thought I was ready, but I just couldn't go through with it.
Belle: And Philip?
Chloe: He was totally cool with whatever I wanted.
Belle: That's great, Chloe, because that's exactly how it should be, and obviously, he's still cool with waiting, right?
Chloe: Yeah, but is he supposed to wait forever?
Belle: What do you mean?
Chloe: I'M... I'm just...afraid that I値l never be ready. Nada.
Belle: Chloe, if Philip really loves you, he'll understand that you want to wait. You've talked to him about that, right?
Chloe: Sort of, but...lately it's -- it's kind of been hard to talk to him about anything that's serious.
Chloe: Because I feel like I have to be careful with everything I say. Like, if I want to hang out with you or if I just want to be at home and study by myself, he's like, "why don't you want to be with me, Chloe?"
Chloe: Belle, do you think that he's insecure about our relationship because we haven't...
Belle: Philip Kiriakis -- insecure?
Chloe: You're probably right. He's used to getting what he wants, which is why if his Father wants us apart, he'll want to run away and live together.
Belle: One thing I do know -- Chloe lane will never do anything she doesn't want to.
Chloe: No...but what if I lose him?
Brady: I remember the -- the exact day for sure when it all happened. My Grandfather brought over a box of pictures of my Mom. Anyway, that day, we were going through the pictures, and I asked you to tell me about her. You didn't want to. You know, it's funny. You had the same look on your face back then, and I know you remember the story. That one picture reminded me of a story. Dad, you want to -- you want to tell that one to me again?
John: I tell you, Son, after all these years, I'm glad that your Mom hasn't been forgotten. I just wish it were more than stories.
John: Yeah, kid, I'll tell you about that day again. In fact, I will tell you that story as many times as you need to hear it.
Sami: What is this, Dad? You're taking her side now?
Kate: Oh, no, no, he'd never take my side, but I'm the only one I need on my side, so if you'll excuse me...
Roman: Sami, we just talked about this. Why don't you go off with Austin, enjoy yourself, be happy?
Austin: Your Dad's right. This isn't helping anybody.
Sami: Well, Austin, as long as I知 with you, I don't care where we are.
Kate: My Son is not a wishbone, Sami. We can't hold him until he breaks.
Sami: Well, why don't you see who has him now, Kate, and just let go? And you don't even want to know what kind of wishes I'm making right now.
Austin: Mom, I love you. I'll talk to you later.
Roman: Kate, you all right?
Kate: Oh, I will be once you're out of my sight. I have had enough of you Brady痴 for the day.
Roman: Have you been taking that medication? Is it helping at all?
Kate: Well, I was feeling quite well until your Daughter -- you know, just forget about it. Why don't you just leave me alone, okay?
Roman: Kate, Kate.
Sami: Austin, please stop looking at me like that, all right? Your mother made me lose control.
Austin: She made you spit in her face?
Roman: You still going to tell me you're fine? I'm taking you to the hospital.
Kate: No. I don't have any insurance still.
Roman: All right, the free clinic, then.
Kate: No! I'm not going to go back there. I don't need to see a doctor. I just need to -- I just need to lie down. Roman, please don't -- please don't make me ask you again.
Roman: All right, Kate. Come on. Let's go.
Kevin: Sorry I ran into you. You okay?
Susan: Sure. You know, with all this padding, everything just bounces off.
Kevin: Not according to Newton. You know, every action...
Susan: Has an equal and opposite reaction. Yeah, yeah.
Kevin: You know, when everybody bugs you, the laws of physics say they're going to get theirs eventually.
Susan: You think so?
Kevin: Why do you think the kids tease us? They're jealous.
Susan: Oh, right. They're just dying to be me.
Kevin: They're dying to be smart like you. Everybody knows that you need some brains if you want to make money when you grow up, and since most of our classmates are under endowed in that department, they make fun of people like us 'cause they know they're not going to get a chance when we're the ones running the world.
Susan: Oh, is that the reason?
Susan: Jeez, that makes me feel a whole lot better, Kevin.
Kevin: Well, it should because it's the truth. Anyway, I'm glad I ran into you.
Susan: Me, too.
Kevin: Not that I believe in placing too much emphasis on physical appearance, but fact is, brains and beauty are the winning combination in this world. You're going to do more than okay.
Susan: He can't really think that I知 beautiful.
Jason: Watch where you're going, nerd, if you want to keep your brains from getting scrambled.
Belle: Ice cream is always a big comfort food with me and my Mom. Is it helping?
Chloe: Well, the sugar high is great till you crash.
Belle: Now, that is the Chloe that I know.
Chloe: You mean I知 a pessimist?
Belle: Well, I don't know. I mean, I understand your situation with Philip, and I told him he was being too possessive, but if Shawn were to act that way towards me -- I mean, not too extreme -- I think I'd be flattered that someone cared about me so much.
Chloe: I guess that would be a normal reaction. We did have a great time last night by the river, though. Little did we know that the bridge blew up, and poor Shawn's little Brother...
Belle: I know.
Chloe: Look, I just feel so creepy talking about something so petty.
Belle: It's not petty.
Chloe: Well, it is, compared to Shawn's baby Brother dying.
Belle: We hope he didn't die.
Chloe: He fell 50 feet off a bridge. What do you mean?
Belle: Look, they searched the entire river area, and they couldn't find him. I guess they figured he made it.
Chloe: Wow, really?
Belle: Yeah, which means someone must have kidnapped him.
Chloe: Oh, my God!
John: It happened right before I was going to take you to the park. It was a Saturday morning, and your Mom got up before me and I could hear her rummaging around down in the kitchen. In fact, I remember smelling the blueberry pancakes before I even got out of bed. So I grabbed you, tucked you under my arm like a football like I always carried you, then we went on downstairs. In fact, I remember that we actually bickered over who was going to feed you. Now, with Eric and Sami I壇 kind of done the parenting thing before, but not from birth, and you were my baby boy, and neither one of us were going to ever miss out on anything that you did. Anyway, I remember walking down the landing of the loft, and we're heading for the stairs. And Izzie-B turned around...
John: I swear that she was glowing. And when I got closer to her, and that light just got brighter...and brighter. Now, we knew that she was sick, and we knew that this whole thing was just moment to moment, but that was the first time that I understood. It was kind of like God was showing me the angel that she was going to be because it was time for me to lose her forever.
Brady: Dad, you -- you looked so happy in that picture.
John: Yeah, it's because I was thinking, you know, this could be the last happy day of my life, and, damn, I知 not going to let it pass me by.
John: Of course, God has blessed me with many happy days since then.
Brady: Dad, tell me again...what did you say to Mom?
John: I said, "Isabella...I have never loved another woman the way I love you...ever, and I never will."
Roman: You really are going to drive in this condition? Kate...look it, your hands are shaking. You just lost consciousness. Look, if you don't care about your own good, what about the other people out on the road with you? Come on, just let me take you home. It'd be easy.
Kate: Maybe I値l pass out and end up in your arms again? You know, you really are the quintessential lonely cop, always looking for a freebie from a vulnerable woman, aren't you?
Roman: Well, you don't have to tell me again to get out of here, because I'm gone. Kate...I mean it. Take care of yourself.
Kate: God. A man wouldn't want you. You look like hell. I have to get out of here.
Sami: Look, you heard that tape, Austin. You heard the things your Mother said about me, and that's only half of what she did to me.
Austin: Wait, okay, is it my fault that you won't tell me the whole story?
Sami: You shouldn't need to know the whole story to make a choice.
Austin: A choice?
Sami: Do I have to spell it out for you, Austin? It's your Mother or me.
Roman: Austin, listen, I'm sorry. I don't mean to interrupt, but I got to tell you. You got to look after your Mom. She's not well.
Sami: You got that right.
Roman: She had some internal bleeding a while back.
Roman: Yeah, I took her to the free clinic. They gave her some medication, which they said may or may not clear up the problem, but for your information, she just about passed out a little while ago, so obviously, she's not taking care of herself --
Austin: Wait, where is she?
Roman: Well, she wouldn't let me drive her home. Nothing I could do, and she's in no shape to be out on that road.
Austin: Okay, thank you. I got to go find her.
Sami: Thanks a lot, Dad. Austin, wait!
Woman: Get away from me. Just get away from me.
Woman #2: Will you shut up over there?
Woman: Get your stinking feet the hell off my cot.
Woman #2: Get your stinking face the hell out of mine.
John: Sweetheart, I, um...
Marlena: You've said all you needed to.
Brady: Last time you told that story -- I'm sure you remember -- she didn't want to hear it then, either. Hey, Doc, that was the beginning of the end -- when you did not want to hear about my Mother or anything to do with her, including me. That's when all those doubts came together and when I realized that you never cared about me.
John: Please, come back.
Jason: Get out of my face, comprendo?
Kevin: It's comprende.
Jan: What am I doing standing here, talking to you, anyway? It's payday as soon as I get those pictures up.
Mimi: Wait for me.
Belle: What is it, Chloe?
Chloe: Well, I didn't think about it before when everyone kept saying that the baby had drowned. Look at that.
Philip: What is it?
Chloe: Over there where those people are.
Philip: What are they doing?
Chloe: I don't know. I can't tell. Belle! I-I think I know what happened.
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