Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 6/27/01 Thursday June 28 USA
Woman: There you go.
Greta: Oh, thank you. Thanks.
Man: Excuse me. Can I take this?
Greta: Oh, yeah, sure.
Jennifer: That's -- that's great. That's great that you agreed to continue living with me and Abigail. I'm relieved. More than that, I'm hopeful, optimistic. How heroic you were when you saved my life. I mean, it was a side of you that I have never seen, and I know that it's a side of you that will always be there if Abby and I are ever in jeopardy, and --
Jennifer: Okay, but I want something else to be very clear. When I agreed that we should continue living together, it was for the same reason that I agreed to move in -- it's for our daughter. It makes her feel secure.
Jennifer: Yes, and Abby's happiness is what comes first, before our own.
Jack: And if you and I are happy together, she will be, too.
Jennifer: Okay, but what do you mean by "happy together"?
Hope: Honey, slow down. The food's not going anywhere. Take a breath once in a while and give it a chance to digest.
Shawn: So listen, we hear tonight is the big school dance, and you'll be taking the beautiful and charming Belle Black, hmm?
Caroline: It seems just like yesterday when you were the same age as J.T. Look at you. You're all grown up and you're dating, and... Maybe someday soon you'll get married and you'll have a little boy like J.T. Oh!
John: You wanted to see me? I'm here. What's this about?
Bo: The truth, John. You're keeping something from me. I want to know what it is.
[Cellular phone rings] [ring] [ring]
Lexie: Okay, okay, okay. [Ring] [ring]
Lexie: Hello? Father. Where are you? Are you all right? What? Now? I can't. No, Abe and I are going to the lab for the results of the D.N.A. test.
Abe: Lexie? Who are you talking to?
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Lexie: Hold on.
Abe: Yeah, so who is it?
Lexie: It's the hospital. They're having a problem with one of my patients.
Abe: Don't you mean former patients?
Lexie: Abe --
Abe: Isn't there another doctor who can handle it? I mean, remind them you're still on leave.
Lexie: I know, I know. I just -- I have to take this, okay? It's a little girl. She's very ill, and she's refusing to take her medication. She's been asking for me. I have to see what I can do.
Abe: What about the test results?
Lexie: You go on, okay? This shouldn't take long.
Abe: All right, all right. I'll wait for you. I'll meet you there.
Abe: Oh, hey, Celeste is upstairs with Isaac, and she said that she'll just stay as long as we need her.
Lexie: Good. Listen, honey, try not to worry, okay? This will all work out.
Abe: Okay. See you there?
Lexie: Okay, yeah. Bye.
Lexie: Father -- why, because I've become such a good liar? That's nothing to be proud of, you know. Yeah. Yeah, yes, yes. I understand. Okay, well, look, it's not just Hope that we need to worry about. It's John, too, you know. Okay. Okay, I'm on my way.
Eliana: Here you go -- a bonus from Mr. DiMera for completing the work so quickly. He wants you to know that he's depending on your discretion about the nature of the work you've done here.
Man: Mr. DiMera is a very generous man. If there's anything else, let me know.
Rolf: Well, thank you for handling that, Eliana.
Eliana: Of course. Oh, Rolf...
Eliana: Do you have any idea when Mr. DiMera plans to return?
Rolf: No. When I do know, I will alert you. [Sighs]
Bart: Hey... What did you do that for?
Rolf: Discipline is to be maintained, whether or not our employer is here. And keep your eyes open and your feet off the furniture!
Bart: Okay, okay. Jeez. What is eating you? You still teed off that you didn't get a chance to off Hattie?
Rolf: I didn't "off" Hattie, as you so eloquently put it, because Mr. DiMera does not wish her to be killed at this time. It would arouse suspicion.
Bart: You haven't heard from the boss, have you?
Rolf: As a matter of fact, I have. He called on the private line an hour ago.
Bart: Well, why didn't you tell me? When's he coming back? Did he say?
Rolf: Hmm. Don't worry about Stefano. He will be fine.
Bart: Yeah, well, it's not Stefano I'm worried about. I'm worried about me. I mean, he's not going to fire us, is he, Rolfie? 'Cause I'm thinking if he stays away too long, he's not going to need us anymore.
Bart: Us, yeah!
Rolf: Never presume that you and I are on the same level, Bart.
Bart: Well, I didn't mean --
Rolf: I am unique in the services I perform for Stefano -- unique and irreplaceable.
Bart: Well, yeah, sure, Rolf.
Rolf: Just don't forget it, or I may have to focus my unique and irreplaceable skills on you.
Bart: Hey, Rolfski. Hey, come on, there's no need to talk like that. I mean, we're on the same team here, right? We're living in the same house. Mansion? Hey, speaking of which, what is going on with all this construction?
Rolf: Well, actually, it is deconstruction.
Bart: Deconstruction? What are you talking about?
Rolf: This house was built to hold secrets -- false walls, hidden passageways -- it's now been deconstructed. All those things have been removed, and several new rooms have been added, the largest of which is a playroom for the child who will be living here.
Bart: Child? What child? Holy moly, Rolfie. You didn't get Hattie preggers, did you?
Rolf: Don't be an idiot. I'm referring to Alexandra's adopted child -- the son of Hope Brady and our employer's former number one mercenary John Black.
John: So what do you think I'm holding back?
Bo: I don't have time for games, John.
John: Neither do I, so why don't you just tell me what you're talking about?
Bo: Let's go in Abe's office.
Bo: The other day we got a break on DiMera. We were on a stakeout, about to arrest the bastard when you show up, break down his door, and go after him.
John: Mm-hmm. So what's your point?
Bo: Don't you think it's a bit coincidental? You show up at that particular moment, compromise the whole operation?
John: Bo, I had no idea what the hell you were doing there.
Roman: The hell you didn't. John, why don't you have a seat, if you'd like? I have a few more questions for you.
Shawn: Must have gone down the wrong pipe. Here, wash it down. Wash it down.
Shawn: All right?
Shawn-D: Yeah, okay. Whew! Hey, grandpa, can I get another hamburger?
Shawn-D: And some fries. Instead of a shake, can I just get a root beer? What? I'm hungry. I played eight games of one-on-one with Philip.
Shawn: Listen, give him a break, darling. You know what I mean? He is still a growing boy, all right? Another burger with fries coming up.
Shawn-D: Thanks, grandpa.
Caroline: So little J.T., how would you like to come watch grandpa in the kitchen, huh? Is that okay?
Hope: Yeah, that's fine with me. I'll bet he will love it.
Caroline: And show him off.
Hope: Wouldn't you? Would you like that? Would you like to take a walk around the pub with grandma? I'll see you in just a bit.
Caroline: Okay, okay.
Hope: You are anxious about tonight, aren't you?
Shawn-D: No. I mean, not really. It's just a dance. You know, it's not like taking the S.A.T.‘s or anything. It's supposed to be fun -- "fun" being the operative word.
Hope: Operative word, absolutely. Yes, it should be fun. It's also your first date.
Shawn-D: So? Why'd you bring that up?
Hope: Because I think that that makes it, aside from the fun part, a little bit of a big deal, too, which is why you're nervous.
Shawn-D: I -- mom, I'm fine. I'm totally okay, really.
Hope: Okay, I believe you. I do, and, um... You may feel a little awkward talking to your mother about this kind of stuff, but how about you trying not to think of me as your mother, just for this conversation, and think of me as a woman who might be able to give you a little insight into whatever is going on with you? I do know a little something about dating, you know. So will you talk to me?
Shawn-D: Yeah, okay. All right, all right. So, I, um... I almost wish that I wasn't taking Belle to this dance, that I was taking someone else.
Hope: Someone else?
Shawn-D: Yeah, like someone from out of town.
Hope: Out of town? Do you know any girls from out of town?
Shawn-D: No, no, I don't. It's just you know, I just wish I wasn't taking someone so familiar. I mean, when you take Belle, or for me taking Belle, it's just almost too close.
Hope: What do you mean too close?
Shawn-D: Okay, all right, Belle and I have been friends for, like, forever, and you know, when you ask someone out, a girl, you know, she expects that it's not going to be for only once, you know? She expects that she's going to be asked out again... And again... And again, and, you know, it's just --
Hope: True, that's definitely true. No doubt about it. It's true.
Hope: I get what you're saying, and you know what?
Greta: What is this unseemly behavior to beg for handouts?
Jack: No, no, no, not begging. It's just asking for your help.
Greta: Oh, just what I need -- to use me.
Jack: No, no, no, no. We use each other.
Greta: Oh, really? So what do I get out of it?
Jack: What do you want? You get a sense of purpose back, plus the added bonus of spending a lot of time with me. Greta [thinking]: One thing to be said about spending time with Jack -- it's anything but boring.
Jack: Happy together means happy together, as opposed to miserable together, as opposed to at each other's throats.
Jack: Well, what did you think I meant?
Jennifer: It doesn't matter. I just -- I just didn't want things to get misinterpreted. I mean, like when I hugged you --
Jack: Well, why did you hug me?
Jennifer: It was impulsive, you know, and it was out of gratitude and not for the reasons that you obviously think.
Jack: What else would I think?
Jennifer: Jack, I said that i would never forget what you did on that bridge, and you were wonderfully heroic and you saved my life.
Jack: I'd risk anything for you and Abigail.
Jennifer: I know. I know that, but just because we were in this crisis together, it doesn't mean that we're joined at the hip again. I mean, we are living together for Abby's sake, you know? I mean, it's not like we're married, and --
Jack: Ah, at last! To the point. Of course we're not married. We're divorced. I am so glad that you brought that up. I've been racking my brain. I couldn't come up with a diplomatic way to broach the subject.
Jennifer: What subject?
Jack: Our social life -- how to handle it.
Jennifer: Jack, we don't have a so life.
Jack: No, not yet we don't, but one day now I'm going to meet somebody I'm going to want to go out with, and I just hope that you would understand and not be too jealous.
Jennifer: Me, jealous? Are you totally insane, Jack Deveraux?
Man: Right. Bye. As soon as we get the results, provided they're in our favor --
Glen: They'll be in our favor.
Glen: Where's my son, huh? And where's your wife?
Abe: Are the results in?
Roger: Yes, it's just going to take a few minutes to analyze.
Abe: Miller, have you been here the entire time?
Miller: The D.N.A. samples never left my sight.
Abe: Good. Good.
Glen: Yeah, who the hell are you kidding, huh? We're not the ones who would try to mess this up here. These results are going to prove that Isaac is mine. Then where's my boy, huh? Where is he?
Abe: Isaac's at home, where he belongs.
Glen: Like hell. He belongs here with me.
Roger: Would you please take it outside? I'm trying to concentrate.
Abe: Miller. Excuse me.
Glen: And where's your wife, huh? How do we know she didn't split town with my son, hmm? You blew up the lab to keep us from getting those first D.N.A. results.
Abe: That's crazy.
Glen: You're damn straight that's crazy. I'm not going to let crazy people raise my son.
Barb: Glen, come on, please.
Glen: When those results come back positive, we're suing you for custody.
Abe: You'll never win.
Man: Commander Carver, you'd better prepare yourself. We have an excellent case, which I will press to be resolved quickly.
Barb: You know what? You lied to from the beginning, pulled all kinds of tricks to keep us from finding Glen's son. So when the truth comes out in court, you're going to lose big time.
Glen: And when the papers get a hold of this, you might even lose your job.
Abe: You know, whether or not those results show that you're Isaac's biological father, he's my son, and I will do anything necessary to protect him.
Man: Commander Carver, are you threatening my clients?
John: So what is this, good cop, bad cop? I tell you what. You want a straight answer, you give me a straight question.
Roman: All right, let's start at the beginning. You get to DiMera’s, he's there with Lexie. What was going on between them?
John: Ask Lexie. Next?
Roman: We heard Stefano say to Lexie they had to leave together. Any idea where they were going?
John: Dinner? To the theatre?
John: Do you mean, were they leaving Salem? Now why would DiMera want to leave Salem if he didn't know you were going to bust him?
Bo: Maybe someone tipped him off.
John: Oh, I see, and you think that someone may be me.
Roman: Nobody's accusing you, John. We just want to know the truth about what the hell you were doing there.
John: I went there to wring a confession out of the bastard for all those explosions.
Bo: That's bull.
Roman: You're the only one in the tunnel with him when he escapes.
John: I was trying to stop him.
Bo: But you didn't. He got away.
Roman: And he didn't shoot you. He just knocks you unconscious. That doesn't make sense.
Bo: Why didn't he kill you? Give us one good reason you're still alive.
Bart: Going to be strange having a kid around here. We're going to have to clean up our act. No more cussing, no x-rated videos --
Rolf: It's not your job to worry about the future. Just follow orders, hmm?
Bart: Jawohl, herr doc. [Doorbell rings]
Rolf: Ah, that should be Alexandra. Please, make yourself scarce.
Eliana: Good afternoon, Dr. Carver.
Lexie: Eliana, I think it's time you called me Lexie, don't you?
Eliana: Of course. Lexie.
Lexie: I'm here to meet Dr. Rolf.
Eliana: Oh, yes, he's in the living room.
Lexie: Okay, thank you. Ahem. Dr. Rolf, hello. I'm Lexi
Rolf: Alexandra Carver -- Stefano's charming and stunningly beautiful daughter.
Lexie: Thank you. My father called and told me to meet you here. He said it was urgent. Is he all right?
Rolf: Oh, please, please, don't concern yourself. Stefano is in excellent health. He decided to take some time off -- a little rest and recreation, so to speak.
Lexie: Why was it so important for me to meet you here now?
Rolf: Well, so that you and I could meet and discuss plans to move you and your child.
Rolf: Well, I meant with your entire family, of course. It is your father's express wish. Even though he's away, he is still actively involved in protecting you. Now, you've gone through a difficult time with this custody situation, and he felt that --
Lexie: What do you know about that?
Rolf: Alexandra -- or do you prefer Lexie?
Rolf: Alexandra, then, I know quite a bit about your situation. I've worked for your father for years, and he trusts me. It is my hope that you will come to trust me as well. And to that end, everything you ask of me -- everything you say or do -- will be held in the strictest confidence. Only Mr. DiMera will be made privy to the details. And at the moment, he would like to know what's going on with Isaac.
Lexie: The test comparing my son's D.N.A. with the D.N.A. of the person who claims to be his father is in process right now. I'm very hopeful that the two won't match.
Rolf: Alexandra, you know that the D.N.A. won't match. That would be impossible, because your child is not Marlo's baby. Your child is the son of Hope Brady and John Black.
Caroline: We've got brownies and Boston cream pie for dessert.
Shawn-D: Maybe for her, grandma, because I'm probably going to be full, thanks.
Hope: I doubt it.
Caroline: Well, I'd like to stay and talk, but we're getting busy. I'll see you before you go.
Hope: Absolutely. You have my son.
Shawn-D: So do you think I'm right, that this could change things between Belle and me?
Hope: Nope, but what I do think you're right about is that there are some girls who become needy and clingy, and -- well, actually, honey, there are some guys like that, too,
who become too attached too quickly, making too many demands on the relationship, and that could definitely be a problem, especially at your age, because obviously you're not ready for anything that serious.
Shawn-D: Exactly. I mean, that's why I start to feel trapped, just thinking that it could happen with Belle.
Hope: Yeah, but it won't happen with her, why do you ask? Because she's not that kind of girl. She’s confident, she's very independent, and she's very much her own person.
Shawn-D: Oh, well, now she is, but who's to say that she's not going to change once she's with someone, you know? That's my point. Who's to say that this is not going to change her?
Hope: Why are you so concerned about this? Did Belle say something to you to make you think that she'd become possessive?
Shawn-D: No, no, she didn't. Actually, it's Philip.
Hope: Philip. Okay, now you've -- now you've completely lost me, honey. What does Philip have to do with all of this?
Shawn-D: Have you seen the way that he's been acting? Chloe can't even turn around without him being there, and if she's not around him, then he's always thinking about her. It's been bad. I mean, his grades have gone down, he's missing shots in basketball that he never would have missed before. I just don't want to feel that way about anyone, and I don't want anyone to feel that way about me.
Hope: I think Belle is crazy about you.
Shawn-D: You do? Why?
Hope: Because I can tell the way she looks at you when she thinks no one else is watching. And personally, I think you are absolutely crazy about her as well.
Shawn-D: I just don't want things to get serious, you know? I just want to go out and have fun, all right? That's it.
Hope: Honey, and that's the way it should be, okay? Honey, look, this dance isn't about the rest of your life. It's a date. That's it. After the Last Blast, you might decide you want to go out with her again, or you may not, but you want to preserve that friendship. You two have been buddies for an awfully long time, so no matter what happens, you want to hold on to that. You want to preserve it.
Shawn-D: Right, the friendship -- that's what matters.
Hope: The key is not to put so much pressure on yourself or Belle. As they say, just live in the moment.
Shawn-D: Live in the moment. I like that.
Hope: And about Belle, well, don't worry about her. She'll be fine, okay? If you decide you don't want to go out with her again, I'm sure she'll survive. In fact, I have a feeling that there are a whole lot of guys that would love to see you out of the picture.
Shawn-D: Yeah, well, you got that right. There's a ton of guys at school that want to ask her out big time.
Hope: Whereas I'm sure there are absolutely no girls at that school that would like to go out with my son.
Shawn-D: Yeah. I mean, no. I don't know if there's a lot of girls that are interested in me. What? I really don't.
Hope: Hmm? Really? Well, I might be slightly prejudiced -- granted, I'm your mother -- but I'd say you're completely wrong on that. I have a feeling that every girl in that school would love to go out with my son.
Shawn-D: All right, would you stop?
Hope: No, I will not stop, because it is my prerogative as your mother to tell her son how she feels and to tell him how very special he is and just how proud she is of him.
Jennifer: Jealous? There is nothing on this earth that would make me jealous of you.
Jennifer: You know, I pity the woman that would make the mistake and go out with you. More to the point, who would go out with you, Jack?
Jack: Have you looked at me in the mirror lately?
Jennifer: Have I looked at you? No, usually when I look in the mirror, I look at myself, but I don't need to look in the mirror, Jack, because your are standing right in front of me.
Jack: And? What do you see?
Jennifer: I see the same deluded dreamer that I have been looking at for 10 years, who has apparently slipped into some sort of psychosis, believing that he's a stud now.
Jack: Ha ha ha! It's true. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
Jennifer: A woman scorned? Let's go back. I'm the one who dumped you.
Jack: Because you felt rejected. You couldn't handle the fact that I had to make a living, that business commitments --
Jennifer: You had schemes that you chased all over Northern Africa, leaving me and your daughter high and dry.
Jack: And then, as now, you ranted and raved and became thoroughly indignant without taking into consideration the fact that you wanted it both ways, that you wanted me to make a living without leaving your side, that you wanted me to have this wonderful career.
Jennifer: You know what, Jack? I hope -- I hope that you do meet a woman, okay? But you are going to have to search long and hard to find any woman that will be able to put up with you than 10 minutes. And news flash -- every woman wants a man that she can have a rational conversation, and with you, that is a totally….
Jack: Uh, ah, princess! Princess, hello!
Greta: Hi. I was just thinking about you, actually. The last conversation we had, it was, uh, it was interesting. Fascinating, actually.
Abe: I'm not threatening anyone. I'm stating a fact. I would do anything within the law to protect my family.
Roger: The test, it's negative. It's not a match.
Glen: No, no, that's not possible paid you off or something.
Barb: Glen, Glen, Glen, forget it. She was a slut.
Glen: What the hell are you trying to pull now, huh?
Man: Calm down.
Glen: Don't tell me to calm down. Can't you see what's going on here?
Abe: Look, I know how disappointed you are, but it's time for you to go home, leave us alone.
Glen: No way. This is wrong. Marlo had my baby. It's a fact. When she got pregnant, I was out of work. We were together night and day. There couldn't have been anybody else.
Barb: Honey, look, I know that's what you want to believe, but the test proves it's just not true.
Glen: Yeah, and it's just too bad that Marlo's body disappeared, isn't it? Now there's no way to compare her D.N.A. to Isaac's, is there?
Abe: Just hold it right there. Are you implying I had something to do with that? There is no way I would ever do anything like that.
Glen: Marlo had my baby in that hospital, and then she was murdered, then her body conveniently disappeared. I'm going to find out what happened and who did it. Soon as I do, I'm coming back for my son. It's not a threat. It's a promise.
Lexie: I don't know what you're talking about. The baby that my husband and I adopted, our son Isaac, had a birth mother named Marlo.
Rolf: Alexandra, please, spare yourself. Marlo's baby and Hope's baby were accidentally switched at the hospital. I know the truth and so do you, but your husband Abraham has no idea.
Lexie: Look, that's absurd, okay? You're not making any sense. I have to go.
Lexie: What's that? What are you doing? [Telephone rings]
Rolf: It's your father. [Ring]
Rolf: Hmm? [Ring]
Lexie: Hello? Father, I -- I see. Yes, I understand. Yes. Yes, I will.
Lexie: He, um, said that I should trust you as I would him.
Rolf: Mm. Yes, you see, it's the only way you can protect your son. Hope and John Black must never discover you have their child. Never.
Lexie: Will this nightmare never end?
Rolf: Oh, you can.
Lexie: I can't.
Rolf: Yes, yes, yes, you can and you will, and the first step is to move in here where you will be protected.
Lexie: I can't move in here. There's no way I can get my husband to agree to it.
Rolf: Alexandra, you can convince your husband. Your father assured me you would know exactly how to present the situation to Abraham.
Lexie: Damn you, father! Damn you!
John: Now, how should I know why DiMera didn't kill me? My guess is he wanted to make a clean break without a murder charge you know, the bottom line is the man is gone, and I'm sorry if I compromised your arrest attempt. That was not my intention. Satisfied?
John: Then what the hell do you want from me?
Roman: John, do you think we forgot that you once worked for DiMera?
John: So that's it, isn't it, Roman? You looking for yet another way to come between me and your ex? Is that what's going on here?
Roman: Oh, John, give it a rest, for God's sake!
Bo: This isn't personal. This is about nailing DiMera.
John: Let me give you some advice. Forget about DiMera and get on with your life. Why don't you concentrate on being a good husband and father to those two boys and leave me the hell out of it? 'Cause I'm tired of sacrificing for you.
Bo: What the hell have you sacrificed for me?
John: Now, unless the two of you are going to arrest me for something, we're finished, aren't we?
Roman: What the hell was that about?
Jack: I enjoyed our conversation, too, Greta. You know, it isn't often I get a chance to speak with someone so wonderfully rational, so refreshingly clearheaded. Oh, Jennifer, you're -- you didn't leave?
Jennifer: No, I'm still here. Greta, hi. How are you?
Greta: I'm fine. I heard that J.T. is back with Bo and Hope. I'm -- I'm so relieved.
Jennifer: Yeah, it's a tremendous relief, and it is a miracle that baby wasn't hurt.
Greta: How are you doing? Are you okay? I know that night was really hard on you. I can't even start to imagine what you went through.
Jennifer: You know what? It was worse for Bo and Hope. But I am fine. Thank you very much.
Greta: Good, I'm glad. You know, I've been thinking, actually, that I would love to get together and have lunch or something, or maybe we could just go shopping.
Jennifer: Oh. Well, why me?
Greta: What do you mean, why me?
Jennifer: Well, you know, you and Jack -- you seem to get along really well. Wouldn't you rather spend the time with him?
Greta: Oh, I'm just doing some shopping.
Jack: Are you kidding? Shopping's my favorite thing. It's one of my great passions.
Greta: Really? For clothes?
Jack: What else? Shopping for clothes is not only fun, it's therapeutic. Not only that, I happen to be an expert when it comes to shopping for women's clothes.
Jennifer: Since when, Jack?
Jack: Since I came home.
Caroline: Here you go.
Hope: Thank you.
Caroline: Have Bo or Roman gotten any leads on Stefano?
Hope: No. It looks like he's done another vanishing act.
Caroline: Well, let's hope this time that it's permanent. Everybody in Salem will be better off without him.
Shawn-D: Mom? What's wrong?
Hope: Oh, um... I just remembered that Abe and Lexie are getting the results of the second D.N.A. test this afternoon. She must be a nervous wreck.
Shawn-D: I don't know what I'd do if someone showed up to the house and just said, "J.T.'s not your brother. We have to take him away."
Hope: You'd fight them, just like your father and I would, with everything we've got. You'd do anything, honey. We'd all do whatever it takes to protect your brother.
Caroline: No word on Stefano?
Shawn: I just hope he's in hell where he belongs, and maybe the Brady families can finally live in peace.
Caroline: Shawn, why does he hate us so? You know, for some reason, you refuse to explain it to anybody. We're all in the dark. The only thing I can assume is that it has something to do with what happened in Ireland a long time ago.
Shawn: Damn it, Caroline, why won't you leave it be? I have told you over and over not to bring it up again, but you just can't stop, can you? You just can't stop. No, you just can't.
Jennifer: Oh, so you're, uh, you're enjoying your new freedom.
Jack: It's been a revelation, actually. I've discovered this hitherto fore unknown potential and a veritable slew of talent that I intend to cultivate and express fully, only taking a break every once in a while to answer certain calls of nature, and, of course, sleep, bathe, floss...
Greta: You're a funny guy, Jack. No wonder your daughter has so much fun with you. Jennifer, yeah, no wonder. Ha ha. You know what? I'm going to go. But I think the two of you should hit the mall, because, you know, Jack is obviously dying to express his hitherto fore unknown potential for shopping.
Jack: Indeed. What do you say, princess?
Greta: I... Okay, yeah, sure. But I really meant what I said when I would love to get together and have lunch sometime.
Jennifer: Yeah, we will. We will very soon. We'll have a nice long talk.
Jack: Bye-bye now.
Jack: What do you say, girlfriend? Let's go shopping.
Greta: Okay. Ha ha ha ha.
Abe: It's over. It's time for you folks to move on. Go home... Have a child of your own. Come on.
Barb: Hey, babe. I'm sorry, but he's right. I mean, we should just go home. There's nothing else we can do, you know?
Glen: No. I'm not giving up until I find out what the hell's going on here. Damn, if we only had Isaac with us when we got that other D.N.A. test done back at home.
Barb: All that time and money we wasted trying to prove you were the father of the wrong kid -- the Brady baby. No way those D.N.A. results are going to match.
Eliana: Should I set up the chess set again or put it away?
Rolf: Why not ask Dr. Carver? She is the new Mistress
Eliana: Ma'am? I won't do this. I'll never come back here again. Never.
Rolf: Prepare the house, Eliana. Dr. Carver will be moving in later today.
Shawn-D: I don't want any more.
Hope: Yes, yes, please.
Shawn: [Thinking] Look how happy they are. Oh, bless them. And that must never change. No, no, that's why I will make certain Bo never sets foot in... [ Telephone rings] [ring] [ring]
Man: Uncle Shawn.
Shawn: Colin. Oh, I've been waiting to hear from you.
Colin: I assume you know that DiMera has left Salem.
Shawn: Good riddance to him.
Colin: Well, I'm pleased for you and yours. However, it bodes well for me, however.
Shawn: What? Do you think he's headed back to Ireland?
Colin: I don't know. He's never seen my face. That aside, it might be best for me to lie low for a while.
Shawn: Ah. So that means you'll have to stop the investigation?
Colin: Temporarily, yes. So, I was wondering, uncle, if you might have a place for me to stay for a while -- to, uh, hole up, as the cowboys say.
Shawn: Ha ha. Of course. Anything for you. You know that. Anything at all. You just come to Salem. We'll figure out the rest.
John: Damn it! Why did you say that to Bo?
[Cellular phone rings]
John: Yeah, John Black here. No, you listen to me, you lousy bastard. You're going to stay away from Hope, and if you even think about reactivating that computer chip in her brain, I swear to God, DiMera, I will hunt you down and I will kill you with my bare hands!
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