Days Transcript Monday 6/4/01

Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 6/4/01


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Mimi: Can't get enough of that web site, can you, Jan?

Jan: Just admiring my creation, that's all.

Jan: Chloe will be a total outcast. Now, let's see. What's a good hook? [Gasps] Perfect.

Mimi: "Do you want to get to know me better? Here's how.Ē

[Pebbles hitting window]

Man: Quiet, quiet!

John: Hey, hey, hey, where you going?

Brady: Out.

John: Hey, hey, come on. Not yet. I want to get Marlena back down here. I need to talk some more.

Brady: Dad, what's the point? She doesn't want to hear how special my Mother was.

John: You're wrong, Son. I can't tell you how wrong you are.

Marlena: You will always love Isabella, won't you? And if you forget that you do, Brady will always be there to remind you.

[Bell dings]

[Country music playing]

Austin: Mrs. Walker, hi. Austin Reed -- you know, Kate's Son.

Fay: Sure. Hey, Austin.

Austin: How you doing?

Fay: How you doing?

Austin: You know, I wanted to ask you if you, um, know where my Mother's staying.

Fay: Well, I'm sorry, Austin. She didn't give me her address.

Austin: Do you know how she's doing? Because, you know, I know that her health hasn't been real great lately.

Fay: Well, it's, um, a female thing -- Fibroids.

Sami: Fibroids? Wow, that's too bad.

Austin: Too bad?

Sami: Well, yeah, that it's not terminal.

Girl: I'm hungry, Mommy.

Boy: Me, too.

Woman: They said that we would be eating soon, so be patient, okay? We're coming to them for help, right? We're very lucky that they're kind enough to give it to us.

Girl: Is Daddy going to come here and hurt you again?

Woman: No, sweetheart. Now, don't you worry about that.

Woman: Maybe -- maybe we should check on that woman over there. I haven't seen her move in a while.

Woman: Lady? Lady, are you okay?

Boy: Mom? Is -- is she dead?

Brady: Look, Dad, I told you why I didn't want to get into it with Marlena about why I'm so down on her, but she pushed the subject --

John: Hate. I think the word "hate" is what you both used, isn't it?

Brady: Yeah, okay, so we both got real, and I told her how I felt about how she treated the memory of my Mother, but you know what? She saw how you treated her memory, too.

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, and 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'd kind of done the parenting thing before, but -- 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.

John: Anyway, I remember walking down the landing of the loft, and we're heading for the stairs, and Izzy-B turned around...and I swear that she was glowing. And you and 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 look 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'm not going to let it pass me by. 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 -- never -- and I never will.

John: Sweetheart, 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.

John: Doc? Will you come downstairs, please? I need to talk with you.

Brady: [Sighs] Sorry, Dad. I got to go.

John: Come on. Hold on --

Brady: I do not want to get into it with her again. I need some fresh air.

John: Brady, come on. Just -- just get --

Marlena: Maybe we should just let this thing rest, huh?

John: Brady's gone. It's just the two of us.

Marlena: I don't want to revisit it.

John: You know, I was kind of hoping that maybe you'd feel a little more positive about it now.

Marlena: Positive? Why? Because you painted this idealistic picture of the great love of your life, Isabella?

John: It's not about that. It's about a new beginning. I think you and I are beginning to understand why my Son, as you put it, hates you.

Mimi: "3-day trial offer only $19.95. If you like what you see and you want to see it all, we'll bill your credit card monthly. Do it now. There are more delights to come." It's not fair.

Jan: What? After what she's done?

Mimi: No, it's not fair that she has a perfect bod like that.

Jan: Hers is not perfect. Perfection is yours truly.

Mimi: Oh, yeah? Well, your perfect mind has turned to mush.

Jan: What are you talking about?

Mimi: We should bag this whole plan, Jan. It is going to backfire big time.

Officer: All right, let's not make any quick moves now.

Philip: Put your gun away, man! I'm Philip Kiriakis!

Officer: Kiriakis? You got some I.D.?

Philip: I ran out without it. Look, I did not do anything wrong!

Chloe: Officer, what's going on?

Officer: You know him?

Chloe: Of course I do.

Philip: She's my girlfriend.

Officer: Sorry. We had a burglar down the block last night. Your parents know you're out this late?

Philip: No, no, no, I'm going straight home, okay? So don't call them.

Chloe: Did you sneak out to see me?

Philip: Yeah, my Dad grounded me until finals are over.

Chloe: All because he hates me. He probably doesn't want you to see me at all, does he?

Philip: Except for school, but he doesn't hate you. He just thinks Iím spending so much time with you that it's affecting my grades.

Chloe: Is it?

Philip: Well, kind of. Sometimes I can't think of anything but you.

Chloe: Philip, I don't want you messing up your grades, and I don't want you to get in trouble for sneaking out.

Philip: I didn't actually sneak out. I just told them that I needed to get some paper to print out a report.

Chloe: So you lied to him.

Philip: No, I need paper. Okay, I lied, but I couldn't stand not seeing you, and there's something really important I need to ask you.

Woman: Ned, maybe you should ask the lady at the desk to call an ambulance. Ned?

Ned: Look, look, she's breathing.

Woman: Oh.

Kate: [Gasps]

Woman: Oh. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I thought you were, um...

Kate: Dead?

Woman: You were moaning before like you were in pain. Do you want us to get somebody to help you?

Kate: No. No. Do you have any water?

Kate: So what happened to you?

Woman: Oh, nothing. I'm fine.

Ned: No, she's not fine. My Father beats her up all the time.

Girl: He does it when he drinks a lot.

Curtis: [Laughing] I got me a foxy woman. I love her in the morning, and I love her in the evening, and I love her all day long. [Laughing]

Kate: Curtis, please, you're going to wake up the baby.

Curtis: Well, ain't that too damn bad?

Kate: Hold your voice down.

Curtis: Are you giving me orders...bitch? Don't you ever give me orders, you understand me?! Never!

Kate: [Screaming] I know how that goes.

Woman: You went through this, too?

Kate: I did. You kids are worried about your Mom, aren't you? Yeah. I'll tell you what. Why don't you go find out when they serve dinner around here, okay?

Kate: Are you here for help, or are you just waiting till your Husband sobers up?

Woman: I'm just trying to keep my family together.

Kate: No, you're not. You just don't know what you'd do without a man, so you care more about a violent drunk than you do about the safety of your kids. I know because Iíve been there.

Austin: What did I tell you about ragging on my Mother?

Sami: Sorry.

Austin: You don't need to kick her when she's down. She has no money, she has no house, and she's sick, okay? Okay, is there anything you can tell me about where she is?

Fay: Well, Austin, your Mom doesn't talk much about her personal life, but she did say she was staying with a friend, but she wouldn't tell me who.

Austin: And her health -- I mean, has it -- has it gotten any better?

Fay: Well, Kate doesn't talk much about that, either, but she does get to work. She is good. In fact, she makes me look like Iím in slow motion.

Austin: Yeah, that's my Mother. She wants to be the best at everything she does.

Sami: Isn't that true enough even when it comes to murder?

Austin: What did I just tell you? youíre important from the very start...

Carl: Hey, man, what's up?

Brady: Hey, Carl, look, I need some new exercises, techniques, whatever. The stuff I'm doing just isn't working anymore.

Carl: Sometimes the last 100 yards on the race are the hardest. You've made lots of progress.

Brady: Yeah, well, not lately. Give me something else.

Carl: Try this one with a few more reps.

Carl: That's much better than you did yesterday. That's good.

Brady: You're just saying that so I don't get depressed.

Carl: Look, buddy, we work together here. If you're depressed, that could be the reason your progress is slowing down, so talk to me. Why are you so down?

Brady: 'Cause Iím afraid a girl's never going to look at me again, at least not the way I want her to look at me.

Jan: Aah! Ew! Oh, my God! Aah!

Jason: What's that all about?

Jan: It's the cripple over there. He couldn't keep his hands to himself.

Brady: Let's face it. I'm a Crip.

Marlena: I never realized how clearly Brady remembered that day when he was 14, the day that Victor brought over those pictures of the two of you and Isabella, and then you told the story.

John: Well, he remembers it like it was yesterday.

Marlena: Well, you know, we do and say so many things to our kids that we never realize how it will affect their lives.

John: It affected all of our lives -- still does.

Marlena: I wish Victor had never brought those pictures over. I wish Brady had never seen them. Well, that must sound pretty immature, huh?

John: No, no, that's, uh, that's understandable. Well, even though he never knew her, not really, he -- he always wanted his real Mother, I could tell.

John: Wouldn't any child want to know about their real mother?

Marlena: Well, yes, of course --

John: But what? What?

Marlena: No matter what I say now, it's going to sound hideously selfish.

John: Just tell me. I want to know how you feel. I sense this is a new beginning.

Marlena: And so you keep saying.

John: Marlena, do you realize that this was the first time Brady had an actual conversation with us without hurling insults at you? He was speaking from the heart. He was very calm when he talked about how you left the room when I told him how much I loved his Mother. I see it. Don't you?

Marlena: Yes, I see it. I saw it then. I see it now. You will never love anybody the way you loved Isabella. Is that a quote?

John: Oh, for crying out loud. I thought we got past this five years ago.

Marlena: I thought so, too, but now when you tell the story, the words are exactly the same as they were then. I don't think that you will ever love anybody the way you loved Isabella, including me.

John: You're absolutely right. I never will.

Carl: Listen, Brady, you think of yourself as a cripple, then that's what you'll be.

Brady: Everybody else says so.

Carl: Who? Someone you care about? Someone whose support you need?

Brady: No.

Carl: Who called you a Crip?

Brady: Some girl named Jan. It's not just her. It seems like everywhere I go, people look at me with pity.

Carl: No manners, huh?

Brady: No, and I'd whip their butts if I wasn't -- if I could just hang tough. I just want to be normal again.

Carl: Brady, I have the feeling you were never normal.

Brady: Yeah, you're right. Uhh. Just tell me Iím going to play ball again, Carl.

Carl: Seriously, man, I can't guarantee that, but you can't stop trying. You've got to fight to get rid of this depression you're in, and you've got to start doing something with that anger, too. You are angry, aren't you?

Kate: Any man who really loved you wouldn't hit you.

Woman: But this -- this time he will change. I know it.

[Key turning in lock]

Kate: No, no!

Curtis: Oh, come on.

Kate: Please, leave me alone.

Curtis: I'm sorry. Look, look, I didn't know what I was doing. I didn't know what I was doing. I drank too much. I didn't know what I was doing. I love you. I love you. I'll never hit you again.

Kate: Oh, leave.

Curtis: I'll never hit you again. I'm sorry, baby. I love you.

Kate: How many times has he promised that -- not to hit you?

[Key turning in lock]

Curtis: Well, what in the hell are you doing around here, you bitch? Why aren't you in there cooking me my dinner?

Kate: I cooked it hours ago. It's in the refrigerator.

Curtis: Well, can't you see that Iím hungry? Now I got to eat it cold!

Kate: No! No! No!

Curtis: And I hate a cold meal! Don't you ever give me cold food again ever!

Kate: No!

Curtis: Ever! Never!

Kate: He's not going to change. You know that.

Woman: Sometimes he is a good Husband. He's a good provider and a good Father.

Kate: [Scoffs] Would a good father throw the look of terror into his own kids' eyes -- that look that I just saw? You have to realize how sick this is -- this cycle of violence against you, against your kids.

Woman: At least he never hits them.

Kate: He will as soon as they start the talking back to him, he'll hit them. What you need to do is end this relationship.

Woman: Hey, back off, okay?

Woman: You do not know what is best for me, and in fact, you're jealous. You are jealous because you don't have a man and I do. Otherwise, you wouldn't be here, right?

Austin: I'm getting sick of you sniping at my Mother. That's exactly why I wanted you to wait in the car while I was talking to Mrs. Walker.

Sami: So you're going to just ignore all the pain that your Mother caused me?

Austin: I'm not ignoring your pain. It's in the past. You won. You won everything, okay? And now my Mother is where you used to be a couple of years ago.

Sami: Oh, she will never be where I used to be, okay? Never.

Fay: Excuse me, Austin, I'm sorry, but I got to get back to work.

Austin: And I have to find my Mother.

Fay: I'll tell you what. If you stick around for a little while, you should run into her, 'cause she should be coming in for her shift pretty soon.

Sami: Well, Austin, maybe you had better take me back so you can come here and spend the whole afternoon with Mommy dearest.

Austin: Can you tell her that I stopped by? Can you please tell her to call me?

Fay: Of course I will.

Austin: Thank you. And tell her that I love her.

Jan: Here we are, on the verge of getting rich while we destroy Chloe, and you're wimping out again, saying it's going to backfire?

Mimi: It's going to backfire because when guys see Chloe's body, they're going to be falling all over themselves trying to get a date with her.

Jan: So?

Mimi: So? She won't be a total outcast. She'll be, like, the most popular girl to ever go to Salem high.

Jan: Except for Philip. He'll be so humiliated, he'll never even speak to her again. That's all I really care about.

Mimi: Why would Chloe even care if Philip dumped her if every guy in school wants to date her?

Jan: Every guy in school will want to date her because they'll think that she puts out, and when she doesn't, they'll hate her even more. And even better, when anyone even talks to her or looks at her, she's going to wonder if it's because they saw her nude body, along with half the other Americans. [Sighs] This little brush with fame is going to cost her a lifetime of misery. Doesn't that just warm your heart?

Chloe: So, what did you want to ask me?

Philip: I want to know what's going on with you and Shawn.

Chloe: What?

Philip: I think something's going on.

Chloe: Like what?

Philip: Like you guys are attracted to each other or something. Has he been hitting on you?

Chloe: Philip, this is crazy.

Philip: I saw him kiss you on the lips, Chloe.

Chloe: How many times do I have to explain it? The only reason he kissed me is because he was so excited about finding out his baby Brother was alive. Why are you blowing this up into something it is not?

Philip: To protect you.

Chloe: Protect me from what, someone showing happiness, expressing gratitude?

Philip: You don't get it, Chloe. A lot of people are interested in you now.

Chloe: Now? Why, because I'm your girlfriend?

Philip: You're on the a-list, Chloe.

Chloe: The a-list? Give me a break!

Philip: Well, it's true. Before you started dating me, you --

Chloe: Before you started dating me, everyone called me "ghoul girl," but now I'm prime-cut, a-list, 5-star attraction because I'm going out with the almighty Philip Kiriakis, huh? Is that what you think?

Brady: Well, you know what? You'd be angry, too, if the cops had you hunted down and shot in the back.

Carl: Yeah, but it's time to let it go. It's time to focus on positive thoughts right now. You're not homeless or broke or hungry. You got a nice set of wheels your dad bought you. You're doing okay.

Brady: Yeah, I'm a real track star, aren't I?

Carl: Why don't you use this Crip thing to learn something?

Brady: Learn something? What the hell you talking about?

Carl: I've been down with injuries. I know you can make that work to your advantage.

Brady: How?

Carl: Stop seeing with your head, start seeing with your heart. Check people out from a different place. You can use that knowledge to show what the human spirit is all about. Think what people with degenerative diseases have to overcome or people with terminal illnesses.

Brady: Like my Mom.

Marlena: There's my answer a second time.

John: No, I don't think you heard my answer the first time. It's true. I will never love anyone the way I loved Isabella.

Marlena: Well, there it is again.

John: And I will never love another woman the way that I love you. I don't want Isabella to become a distant memory. I want to keep that memory alive for Brady.

Marlena: For Brady? You're sure it's f--

John: Yes. And if from time to time I need to say that I love her, so be it. But I don't want you to think for a second that detracts from the love I feel for you. Now, you know when she died, I was a shell, and then you came back into my life, and we were different people then. We'd grown from our experiences. We knew more about love. Now, I don't need to push her memory aside in order to love you because you are unique to me. Let me ask you something. Did you love roman? Was Roman the focus of your life? Roman and your children?

Marlena: Yes.

John: Okay. Then let me ask you this. Do you love me the same way you loved Roman?

Jan: We have to come up with some clever way to get people to sign up and pay. How about "the first 100 people to log on and figure out who I am get a 3-month subscription absolutely free"? That should get America buzzing, right?

Mimi: Yeah.

Jan: I want you to think of some more ideas. In the meantime, I'm going to figure out a way to get this footage onto the stuff they're going to show at the big screen at the last blast.

Mimi: Where Chloe and Philip will probably be named king and queen again.

Mimi: And who needs blood when you can have a naked Chloe dancing in the shower?

Mimi: Can't wait to see that on the big screen.

Jan: Oh, did you volunteer?

Mimi: Volunteer for what?

Jan: To help. The teachers are looking for volunteers.

Mimi: Why would I volunteer?

Jan: So you can go to the dance and watch all the action.

Mimi: I'll have a date. I had one last year.

Jan: Right. A sympathy date. Shawn took you and belle. And if Shawn takes anyone to the dance this year, it'll be Belle...alone.

Mimi: Thanks.

Jan: Come on, let's figure out more ways to get people to download opera girl.

Philip: Chloe, come on. I wish you wouldn't put yourself down like that.

Chloe: You're the one who's putting me down. You're saying that Iím nothing unless you're interested in me.

Philip: Oh, come on. That's not true and you know it. And stop confusing the issue. You did kiss Shawn.

Chloe: Only because he was so excited over his baby brother. How many times do I have to say it?

Philip: Well, he did not kiss Belle.

Chloe: That's probably because he's so crazy about her. He wants his first kiss with belle to be special, you know? But that is none of our business now, is it? Look, you did this whole jealousy thing before when you saw me talking to Brady a couple of times, and you know what? I've had it! It is absolutely stupid and annoying.

Philip: Shawn is different. Brady never kissed you, did he?

Chloe: Of course not! And Shawn has never come on to me in any way. He's just a friend. He and belle were the first friends I had when I came to Salem, and if you have a problem with it, get over it or get another girlfriend.

Kate: I am not jealous. I'm afraid for you and your children because you're married to an abuser. A real man would never hit a woman. You need to get help.

Woman: I know. You're right. I feel that way myself sometimes, but I just don't know who to turn to.

Kate: Well, there must be someone -- a relative?

Woman: There is, but that would be a disaster.

Kate: Do you have a Brother?

Woman: Yeah.

Kate: Does he know that your Husband beats you?

Woman: Oh, no. No, I would never tell him, because he --

Kate: Because what? Because he'd beat the hell out of your husband? Your Husband wouldn't be such a tough guy around him, would he?

Woman: My Brother was a golden gloves boxer, and if he knew, he would just --

Kate: He'd do to your Husband what your Husband does to you, and what someday he may do to your children.

Woman: I would never let him hurt my kids.

Kate: As if you could stop him. And the worst part is someday he may convince you that your children deserve to be beaten because they've disappointed him as much as you have.

Woman: Well, what am I supposed to do?

Kate: If you love your children, then you'll save them from this monster, from this violence that's all around them, from the terror that they live with. You must see the fear in their eyes.

Woman: Why do you care about me?

Austin: Don't start in on my Mom again.

Sami: I am totally justified in hating her.

Austin: Fine. You can hate her as much as you want. Just keep it to yourself, okay? Because I'm going to help her, and she's hurting really bad right now, and I am going to be there for her.

Sami: Well, Iím hurting really badly too, Austin, because I see our whole future being thrown away, and then my Son is going to grow up without a Father.

Austin: I'm always going to be there for Will.

Sami: I really want to believe that.

Austin: You can, but right now you need to understand that Iím not going to walk away from my Mom, and you need to understand that I need to find out where she is, to find out what's going on with her, and I need to help her get her life together.

Sami: I want to get my life together, too, Austin -- my life with you.

Austin: Well, once my Mother is okay, then we can concentrate on us.

Sami: Okay. Then let's move out of Salem.

Philip: Chloe, I can't believe this. You're telling me to get lost?

Chloe: I am telling you to grow up and stop acting like a 5-year-old. I'm not interested in Shawn. You're my boyfriend. You're the only one that I want to date.

Philip: Well, why didn't you just tell me that?

Chloe: I did.

Philip: No, this is the first time that you've said, "you're my boyfriend, and you're the only one I want to go out with."

Chloe: Really? This is the first time?

Philip: Yeah. Yeah, I listen to every word you say.

Chloe: Well, I hate it when you get jealous.

Philip: As long as you keep saying that I'm the only one you want to go out with, I'll never be jealous again.

Chloe: You're the only one I want to go out with.

Philip: You'll be mine forever, Chloe...forever.

Jan: I can't wait till the money starts rolling in.

Mimi: I'm going to buy a car.

Jan: That's some set of wheels the Crip's Dad got for him.

Mimi: The Crip?

Jan: Brady.

Mimi: Do not call him that. It's mean.

Jan: Oh, and calling Susan "gigantor" isn't mean?

Mimi: Well, Susan can do something about her weight. Brady can't help if he can't walk without canes.

Jan: Wow. You sure are sweet on Brady. Maybe you could ask him to the last blast. Yeah, you two could enter the dance contest, and he can swing you around on his canes.

Mimi: Belle would like it if I asked her brother. Actually, he's gorgeous.

Jan: Yuck. He was gorgeous. Now he's a Crip.

Carl: What's that about your Mom?

Brady: She died when I was a baby.

Carl: Oh, that's too bad. Bet she was a great lady.

Brady: Yeah, she was. She was beautiful, she was sweet. Some people said she had the heart of a lion. She fought death with everything she had.

Carl: Hey, man, Iím sure her spirit's with you now. She's pulling for you, buddy.

Brady: Yeah. Yeah, she is.

Carl: So get to work. I want you walking on one cane by next week.

Kate: I care about you because I don't want to see anyone be a victim of abuse. Besides, Iím a survivor, and you remind me of how -- how difficult my life was and how tough I can be. I was lying there having a bad dream about my life now, but you're reminding me of how it will never be like that again.

Woman: I wish I had your guts.

Kate: You do. I know that deep down inside, you have a plan about how to get rid of this guy.

Woman: Well, yeah, I have thought about it.

Kate: Then you need to do it. I have a plan, too, about how to get back on top. Which reminds me, I need to get back to work.

Woman: Y-you have a job?

Kate: Yes, I do. I'm a waitress at a diner, but not for long.

Woman: Well, I want to thank you for caring about me. And, you know, I will call my Brother. I'm sure he'll take us in.

Kate: Just be sure to keep him away from your Husband. He might kill him.

Austin: Move out of Salem? Well, I mean, I got to make a living, and I have a -- I have a great job at Titan.

Sami: Austin, you could get a great job anywhere with your rťsumť.

Austin: No, I can't leave, all right? Now, I have to stay here, and I have to think about how to help my Mother.

Sami: Your Mom, your mom, your mom, a.k.a. the woman who tried to kill me.

Austin: Look, all right, once -- once I get my Mother settled, and I know that her health is okay, we can move on with us, all right? And we can get things back to normal. Sami, we just started to get close again. I really want this to work. I really do.

Marlena: John, you know that I love you in a different way than I loved Roman.

John: All right, so now maybe you can understand what Iím saying to you?

Marlena: Oh, my gosh. Do you think for the last five years, I have blamed Brady because you loved Isabella?

John: That's what he thinks.

Marlena: I loved Brady. I still want to love him.

John: So you stopped loving him? That means that Brady's been right all along?

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