Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 7/18/01 Thursday 7/19/01 USA
Provided By Stephanie
Shawn-D: Okay, so, Chloe, what did you work out with the D.A.?
Chloe: Oh, Jan and Mimi will find out their punishment when they go in front of the judge.
Belle: Well, at least you didn't insist they do jail time.
Chloe: If the D.A. gets them the punishment that I'm going for, it's going to be worse than prison time -- much worse.
Jennifer: That looks so good, just like that, yeah.
Hope: It's very delicate.
Jennifer: Let's see what they have here.
Jennifer: Look at that one. Ooh, that's pretty.
Hope: That is one big diamond.
Jennifer: That's got to be, what, five carats?
Hope: Six, seven. I don't know. Ha ha. Maybe you'll be getting one of those soon, hmm?
Jennifer: That's not funny.
Hope: Hey, you never know who might be proposing...Again.
Greta: [Giggling] So, I'm watching this TV show with all these questions, and half of them I certainly don't know the answers to. To be quite honest, they're all pretty, pretty strange. Anyway, there's -- there's this uppity Englishwoman who tries to be really, really mean, but in actuality, I bet you she's probably really nice. Anyway, she asked this one guy what the favorite ice cream in Yugoslavia is. I mean, that's not the exact question, but my point is, I mean, who knows the answers to those questions? And guess what -- these people, they usually don't, so this snooty Englishwoman -- she makes them feel incredibly stupid, and they go off and they -- I...
Jack: Hold it. Hold it. Princess, if we're going to be friends, we need to establish some ground rules.
Austin: Will, you're going to be so excited when you see where we are going.
Sami: Let me tell you, Austin, I think this is a big mistake.
Nicole: Hi, there, handsome.
Victor: It's customary to knock on the boss's door, Nicole.
Nicole: Oh. Sorry. I'm just so curious, I forgot my manners. So, have you had Kate fired from that diner yet?
Faye: Oh, my God! [Breathing heavily]
Mr.. Burke: Where the hell do you think you're going?
Faye: Uh, I-I don't feel well. I got to go home. Sorry.
Mr. Burke: You can't. I need you here. I just fired Kate.
Faye: Well, then you better rehire her.
Mr. Burke: Kate, what are you doing?
Kate: What do you think I'm doing? I'm getting out of this lowlife dive. You just fired me.
Mr. Burke: Look, uh, Faye just left. I need you. You're rehired.
Kate: No, I'm rehired for 50 cents more an hour.
Mr. Burke: You're brutal. All right. 50 cents an hour -- that's what it costs me to let some big shot tycoon push me around.
Kate: Well, Victor, looks like you've lost your touch.
Roman: Kate gets fired, then she gets her job back after Faye goes tearing out of here. What the hell's going on?
Abe: Beats me. Is Faye okay? Why'd she leave in such a hurry?
Austin: Will you just give the idea a chance, please?
Sami: It's going to be a disaster.
Austin: Well, Will wants to see his grandmother and she wants to see him, and as long as you don't throw a scene like you did last time...
Sami: Austin, I did not...
Austin: Everything's going to be fine.
Sami: Throw a scene, okay? Your mother provoked me.
Austin: Well, no one's going to provoke anyone this time. My mom's going to be so excited to see Will that she'll be as sweet as pie to you.
Sami: Oh, I'm sure she'll be totally angelic, but if this is what it takes to get you to... No. I'm not going to say it.
Austin: What? What? What?
Sami: Look, it just makes me feel like a fool, you know? Like... [Sighs] like I'm totally pushy or needy or something.
Austin: Marriage, marriage -- that's what you don't want to talk about. You don't want to talk about marriage.
Sami: Look, I'm not even talking about it about me, okay? If it seems like I'm completely obsessed about it sometimes, it's because of Will. You know, he -- he needs you, and he needs you to be his father.
Austin: I know, and he also needs his grandmother, and that's why we're going to see her. So we're all going to put on our smiley faces, right, Will? Smiley face -- because we're almost there.
Nicole: Hello? Has the Queen's head rolled yet?
Victor: As far as I know, Kate has been fired from the diner, yes.
Nicole: Good. That should stop Philip from being embarrassed by her.
Victor: Philip came to see me earlier. He insisted I do something to help Kate.
Nicole: Oh, obviously, the emotional blackmail worked. The best we could do is ignore her. I mean, let her pull Philip's strings, but we should not give in.
Victor: We are not making these decisions, Nicole. I am.
Nicole: Sorry. What are you going to do?
Victor: I don't know yet. One thing is certain, though. I'm not going to let this situation go on much longer.
Nicole: You know, you'd be a fool if you gave --
Victor: Look, Nicole, that's enough. The last thing I need is some woman I'm involved with telling me what I should and shouldn't do.
Abe: You know, I think I'm going to go check on Faye.
Paul: Only one waitress working here today?
Man: Yeah, I guess so.
Abe: Burke, what happened to Faye Walker?
Mr. Burke: She left. Said she wasn't feeling good.
Roman: So, Kate, boss fires you, then he rehires you. What's going on?
Kate: What the hell are you doing, are you just compiling information for your Kate Roberts dossier?
Roman: You know, I've been asking myself lately if you're not here because you want to be.
Kate: Roman, who the hell would want to work in this dump?
Roman: That's a good question, but I think the answer might be coming to me.
Kate: Oh, boy, you really think you know me so well, don't you?
Roman: Well, sometimes, you know, what you see is what you get, but not with you,
Kate. Unh-unh, no, there is a whole lot more there. A little hard getting through all that ice, though, to see what's actually there.
Kate: Ooh, ooh, ooh, you don't think I have a heart, Roman.
Roman: Something's keeping you alive. It's not putting out much warmth, though.
Kate: You know, most cops don't kick people when they're down, but apparently you do. Is this the same thing you teach all the rookies? Hmm? On the way up, so they'll respect you, so they'll look up to you, make you feel like a man, make you feel all powerful? 'Cause I have a news flash for you -- power is controlling thousands of lives and billions of dollars, like I did at Titan. To me, you are nothing more than a slob with dirt under his fingernails.
Roman: Have you checked yours lately, Kate?
Mr. Burke: Yo, Kate, you've got customers waiting.
Paul: I swear if I ever catch that bastard Carver here again, I'll kill the both of you.
Faye: Uhh! Uhh! Uhh. [Footsteps approach]
Abe: Faye. Are you all right?
Faye: [Thinking] I can't tell him. I can't put him through all that again. Yeah, I'm, uh, I'm okay. I, um, just have a headache, that's all. I was just on my way home.
Abe: I hope you're not leaving because of the conversation before.
Faye: Oh, no, Abe. Talking about our past brings back good memories for me.
Abe: I hope there were more good memories than bad. I know what you went through with Paul because of me.
Faye: Well, he thought that you kept arresting him to be with me, Abe, 'cause you wanted him out of the way, but... We both know that's not true.
Abe: No. I kept arresting him because he was breaking the law. He deserved to be in jail. He deserves to stay there.
Faye: Abe, I got to go, but before I do, there's something that I have to say. You were wrong.
Abe: About what?
Faye: I never wanted it to end between you and me.
Abe: Faye, you were the --
Faye: I stopped seeing you to protect you.
Abe: Are -- are you saying that you -- you stayed with Paul because of what you were afraid he was going to do to me?
Faye: And to me and to the kids... But it's a mistake that I'll never make again, Abe, 'cause you showed me what it means to be loved by someone, and how important it is to be strong.
Abe: I don't know what to say.
Faye: It's okay. I got to go.
Abe: Look, I'll -- I'll drive you home.
Faye: No, Abe, really, I'm fine.
Faye: Abe, I got to go, Abe, please.
Shawn-D: Okay, Chloe, so what could be worse than prison?
Chloe: Oh, I could think of a couple of things.
Shawn-D: Like what? Tell us.
Chloe: Well, let's just say that if the judge goes for the sentence Iíve suggested, it'll set an example for other kids, so this cruelty will stop.
Belle: All the more reason for us to do something positive with our summer, like go on the school trip to study the environment.
Shawn-D: Yeah, you know, Belle and I are definitely going. How about it, Chloe?
Belle: It'd be a good chance for you to get away.
Chloe: I haven't decided yet. My whole life has changed, so it's kind of hard for me to make any big decisions right now, now that I'm back to being single.
Belle: Hey, you could still have a boyfriend if you decided to forgive Philip.
Chloe: Belle, he believed that I put naked pictures of myself on the internet.
Shawn-D: He thought.
Chloe: I don't care what he thought. If Philip really loved me, he wouldn't believe that I could do something as horrible as that. That's why Philip and I are over -- over forever.
Jennifer: Now how can you even suggest that Jack would propose to me again? I mean, aside from the fact that the last thing I want is to be married to him again.
Hope: You sure about that? All right, "perfect" was, I believe, the word you used to describe him to me earlier.
Jennifer: No, wait a minute. I also said that I was older and wiser, and I was not going fall for this act.
Hope: That's right. I'm sorry, but then I guess it wouldn't bother you at all if Jack was interested in Greta then, and she in him, of course. You said that Jack had been spending a lot of time with her since he came back to Salem.
Jennifer: Yeah, but you know why? Because Greta's the only one who didn't know him from before, so once she gets to know him, I promise you she will not be hanging around him anymore.
Hope: You didn't answer my question. Would it bother you if Jack had eyes for Greta?
Greta: So you're saying there's rules to being friends?
Jack: To be friends with me, yes, absolutely.
Greta: Oh, well, fill me in. Or you know what? Perhaps there's a manual.
Jack: Oh, no, no. No manual. There is one rule to commit to memory, the main one -- that when we're together, you let me do most, if not all the talking.
Greta: Oh, I see, and that would be because you're more interesting or deeper or wiser or -
Jack: No, I have a bigger ego. I need to be the center of attention.
Greta: Well, at least you're honest.
Jack: And, uh, although I do enjoy focusing on you from time to time, actually, it's very unusual for me, although attributable more to your great charm and loveliness than to my generosity of spirit.
Greta: You know what I like about being friends with you? There is no pressure to understand what you're talking about. I mean, and you know what? I don't think you really care whether I do or not. I mean, there's -- there's -- there's no pressure to be tuned in to one another because we're not interested in one another. Whereas, if we were in love, oh, God, I would be -- [laughing] I would be a mess.
Jack: Yes, it's liberating not to be in love, just to be interested.
Greta: Right, I mean, even if I thought that I could fall in love with you, I-I -- blah. I would be -- I would be so depressed.
Jack: Ha ha ha. Really? Well, I'll try to spin that so it's not a blow to my ego.
Greta: No, no, no, I mean, what I meant is that, I mean, the last thing I need to do is fall in love with a guy who -- who is a divorced guy, who is a father, who is living with his ex-wife, who is in between jobs.
Jack: Euphemism for without an occupation.
Greta: I'm sorry. What I meant was --
Jack: No, no, no, I know what you mean, and you're right. I'm that all over. And I need to do something to change that -- fast.
Roman: Hey, hey.
Roman: Look who's here. Come here, big guy. All right. Hi, sweetheart.
Sami: Hi, daddy.
Roman: Hey, Austin.
Austin: Hey, Roman.
Roman: Have I missed you. Matter of fact, I was going to give you a call and see if I could take you to a movie this weekend.
Sami: That sounds like fun. What do you think, huh, Will?
Will: I have a play date on Sunday.
Roman: Oh, really? Well, how about Saturday then? Is Saturday good, mom?
Sami: Yeah, Saturday's perfect.
Roman: Saturday it is then. You've got a deal, okay?
Sami: Well, we'll talk to you in a little bit, but, actually, we're here to say hi to grandma, right, Will?
Roman: All right, will. Okay, you go do that.
Sami: Okay. Down you go. Uhh! Okay. Now let's get this thing off.
Mr. Burke: Oh, hi, folks. Uh, somebody will be with you in just a minute. Go ahead and take that table.
Austin: Okay. Great. Thank you.
Sami: Here you go.
Austin: Place is crowded. It looks like my mother is the only waitress.
Sami: That's a shame.
Abe: I see your family's here, huh?
Roman: Yeah, they're here to see Kate, apparently. Faye all right?
Abe: Uh, she said she wasn't feeling well. Had to go home.
Roman: She looked pretty upset, Abe, like, uh, like something else was going on.
Kate: Oh, sweetie. Look at you. Look who's here. Oh, will, I've missed you so much. I've missed you so much. You have grown. Oh. Baby, how are you?
Will: I miss you, too, Grandma. I made you a picture. [Order bell dings]
Kate: A picture. Oh. That's beautiful, Will. That is so beautiful. Thank you. [Ding]
Man: Kate, got an order here.
Kate: I know that. I'm coming, all right? Will, I'm sorry, okay? I'll be back and then we can talk, okay? How could you do this to me?
Austin: Do what to you? I brought you your grandson.
Kate: You also brought her. How could you even associate with the same woman who spat in your mother's face? Have you no self-respect at all?
Nicole: I'm sorry, Victor. I shouldn't have presumed. You don't need me to tell you how to handle Kate.
Victor: Enough about that. Was there something else you wanted to talk to me about?
Nicole: Yes. The monthly reports are in. "Bella's" circulation and profits are up. I was planning the new ad campaign and wanted to run some ideas by you, but maybe now is not the time.
Victor: Nicole. Now maybe you want to tell me what you really came to see me about. It wasn't Kate. It certainly wasn't the ad campaign, either.
Nicole: No, it's not. It's my father.
Chloe: Look, let's just forget about me and my life for a moment, okay? I would much rather talk about you two and your first date. Did you have a good time?
Belle: Well, yeah, until it all turned horrible.
Chloe: I meant, did you have fun together?
Shawn-D: Sure, I mean, it was great, but, you know, it's hard to call it the perfect night when something that brutal went down. Anyway, you know, about this summer trip, there's something I'm planning on doing when I get back, and I just wanted to talk about it with the two of you.
Shawn-D: Find my great grandmother's ruby.
Chloe: She lost a ruby?
Shawn-D: Actually, it was stolen. See, Jennifer and my mom are really upset for Gran because my great grandfather had given it to her as their 30th anniversary gift. So it has all this sentimental value, and, you know, I just want to help her get it back.
Belle: Well, obviously, it was stolen a long time ago. Where would you even look?
Shawn-D: Well, there's got to be some clues somewhere.
Chloe: Huh. I guess one mystery at a time isn't enough for you. Hello? The can. Before the D.A. Got here, you were going on and on about how it popped open and all this blue smoke poured out.
Shawn-D: Right. Well, you know, I got to figure that out, too. What? I'm telling you guys. It just -- it feels like my destiny, you know?
Belle: Here we go again.
Shawn-D: All right. Whatever. You know, I swear, you can't hear anything, but it just feels like there's something inside.
Chloe: I'll get the can opener.
Belle: No, no, you will not. Look, Chloe, stop. Shawn, will you please just get rid of that thing for good?
Woman: Here you are. Enjoy.
Jennifer: Thank you.
Hope: All righty then. Since you genuinely do not want to get back together with Jack, maybe you should start thinking about dating. I can't believe I'm just about to suggest this, but I'm going to do it anyway, take my chances. A girlfriend of mine joined an on-line dating service and it worked out really well. She's met some really nice guys.
Jennifer: Okay, I appreciate your concern, Hope, but I'm very happy being single right now.
Jennifer: And I know this is hard for you to relate to because you are married to the perfect man. I mean, really, and that's rare, you know. He's a wonderful provider. He's a great father. He's loyal. He's smart.
Jennifer: He's sexy. He's -- he's gorgeous.
Jennifer: Ha ha ha.
Hope: I am. I'm very lucky. Bo is all of those things and so much more, but it doesn't mean there aren't a ton of other terrific guys out there. There was a time when you thought that Jack was... Okay, maybe not a great provider or... Okay, maybe -- maybe not the perfect husband, but funny and smart and a wonderful father and gorgeous and very sexy.
Jennifer: Okay, okay. Let's -- let's stop there. Okay, gorgeous -- yes, Jack is a very great-looking man, but sexy? I mean -- and I mean, not that he has a problem that way -- not at all, and not that at one time we did not have this incredible attraction between us, but, I mean, as far as romance and affection, I mean, you know Jack. He -- he could not deal with that. I don't know. Maybe he is afraid to get that close to anyone, but whatever the reason, he could not be there for me in that way.
Will: Is Grandma Kate okay?
Sami: Oh, honey, I know she seemed a little angry, but I think she's just stressed out about work.
Austin: You know what? I'm going to go talk to her, okay? I'll be right back.
Abe: You know, if you're so concerned about Faye, why don't you ask her yourself what's upsetting her? You know, better yet, why don't you just, uh, you know, take her out? I mean, the two of you seem to enjoy each other
Roman: Would it bother you if I did?
Abe: You know, do -- do whatever you want to do, huh?
Kate: Don't you ever bring her here again.
Austin: I thought you wanted to see your grandson.
Kate: Austin, of course I want to see Will, but not with Sami. Do I really have to explain this to you?
Mr. Burke: Hey, I am paying you to work, not gab.
Roman: Hey, listen, um, Abe would like to see will. Could I take him over there for a little bit?
Sami: Sure, yeah. Go say hi to Uncle Abe.
Roman: All right. Come on, big guy. Ha ha ha.
Sami: Well, I didn't see your mother blowing us any kisses.
Austin: I don't want to talk about it.
Sami: Yeah, well, we have to 'cause it's only going to get worse if we get married.
Austin: Let it go.
Sami: No way. Look what that scene did to Will's head, all right? I was here, ready to bury the hatchet, but Kate wanted war, all right? I care about our future, Austin. I love you and I want to make this work, but not at will's expense. So if you're not going to stand up for us, then you better let me know, 'cause will and I will move on with our lives.
Nicole: I've had this sort of sixth sense about him. I told you I thought he was getting out of prison, so I called...
Victor: And he's out already. How long ago?
Nicole: A week.
Victor: And you're terrified that he's going to contact you.
Nicole: Maybe he won't.
Victor: But your sixth sense tells you that he will. You're afraid he's going to get in touch with you and ask you to do something that you don't want to do.
Nicole: What I'm afraid of is, uh... What I'm afraid of is myself. I'm, um, I'm not sure how -- how I'll react when I see him. I-I don't know if I'll start to believe the things he says, if I'll start to believe he knows what's best for me.
Victor: Nicole, you're a beautiful, successful woman, and you're smart. Remember that.
Nicole: If I'm so smart, how could I still love a man that did such terrible things to me? I mean, how -- how could I stand here and tell you that because he's my father, I care about him and -- and I believe that I'm the only one that can save his sick soul? Maybe I'm just as sick as he is because I really do believe it.
Nicole: I mean, they say fear will make you do strange things. Well, what about love?
Victor: Nicole, there's got to be a moment when you say to yourself... No. No, I won't do this, not for love, not for anything, because the price will be destroying your own life.
Paul: Faye, baby, I missed you so much.
Paul: What's wrong?
Faye: You scared the life out of me. How did you get in here?
Paul: You learn a few things in prison. You also learn what it is to miss a woman. Come here.
Faye: Stop it!
Paul: I thought about you all the time, baby. You were in my dreams. Look at you -- you're more beautiful than when I left.
Faye: Stop it! If you're expecting to stay here, Paul, and pick up like nothing ever happened, you can forget it.
Paul: Feeling your oats these days, aren't you? Time was when you didn't talk to me like that.
Faye: Times have changed. And don't you ever come in here and break into my house again.
Paul: Hey, hey, hey, come on. All right? Just take it easy. Before you start laying down the law, why don't you just kiss your old man hello already?
Faye: Don't! Don't do it!
Shawn-D: Belle, I'm sorry, but I'm not going to get rid of this can.
Belle: Why not?
Shawn-D: Well, it's so interesting, for one thing. I mean, don't you like a good mystery? You know what? It could be a whole joke and you're getting worried for nothing.
Belle: Yeah, right, like one of those springy snake things is going to pop out of it. I don't
think so, Shawn.
Shawn-D: Look what it says -- "did it get you dizzy, desi?" Sure sounds like a joke to me.
Chloe: Well, maybe that's a clue as to what it's all about.
Shawn-D: Well, you know, when the blue smoke came out, I didn't get dizzy, though.
Chloe: Well, maybe you're immune. Maybe you're the hero the can is looking for.
Belle: Would you please stop? You guys are really starting to freak me out now.
Chloe: Oh, come on, there's only one way to deal with this.
Shawn-D: Right, open it. Okay, Belle?
Belle: Well, I think if you're going to open it, you should at least let my dad do it because whatever is in there could be really dangerous.
Greta: Oh, look at that one. "Male exotic dancer."
Jack: Nah, there'd be too many women running around lusting after me. I couldn't handle it. Nope, nope. No, sir.
Greta: All right, let's see here. Ah, this one's actually a pretty good one. It's a proofreader for a newspaper.
Jack: Oh. No, no. How the mighty have fallen. From Editor-in-Chief to proofreader? I couldn't handle it. Besides, having someone proof my proofs would be so demeaning.
Greta: Oh, and sitting here looking for a job isn't.
Jack: Looking, no, being turned down, yes. All right. Oh, my future! Whoa! Help!
Greta: Ha ha ha.
Jack: Oh, got it. Ha ha ha.
Hope: I'm surprised Jack wasn't affectionate. I always assumed that everything was okay, that --
Jennifer: What the heck is so funny over there?
Jack: Ha ha ha. You saved it. You saved my future. How can I ever thank you?
Greta: Oh, I don't know. I'll think of something.
Greta: Ha ha. Help me up.
Jack: Okay. Oh, that wind -- it was a gale force.
Jennifer: Oh, Hope, Hope, look at that guy right there. He's really cute, don't you think? Look.
Hope: No. I think you're really, really jealous and covering up by pretending that guy over there is really, really cute.
Jennifer: I am definitely not jealous, and do you want to know why? Because I am not interested in Jack Deveraux anymore, period, end of story.
Hope: Fine, fine, fine, okay. Stop trying to convince me. Just keep telling yourself that, and you might actually start believing it.
Greta: Ha ha ha. My purse. Thank you.
Jack: Well, what a coincidence.
Greta: Oh, look, there's Jennifer and Hope.
Jack: Let's go say hello.
Greta: Ha ha ha! You are a mess, I swear.
Jack: Ha ha ha. Oh, look who's here.
Hope: Hi, Jack. Greta, hi. How are you?
Jack: Beautiful day, isn't it?
Hope: It certainly is. Looks like you two are having an awful lot of fun.
Greta: Well, it depends on what your definition of fun is.
Hope: True. Well...Oh, my gosh, look at the time. I've got to pick J.T. up from the pub.
Jack: Oh! And I need to pick up Abigail from day camp. Today me, tomorrow you, right,
Jennifer: Right, right, yeah. Will you tell Abby that we're having lasagna tonight?
Jack: Certainly. She'll love that. That'll be great.
Hope: I'll walk with you to the car. Come on. Greta, it was so good to see you. I haven't seen you in so long.
Jack: Let's go. Bye-bye.
Hope: Have a good day.
Greta: Well, maybe we're going to be able to have this talk and coffee we've been meaning to have.
Jennifer: You know what, Greta? I feel so bad. I would really love to, but I realized there was something that I need to take care of, and, um... I'll talk to you later.
Greta: Why do I get the distinct impression there's still a lot of love between those two?
Chloe: Enough talk about the stupid can. Give it to me. I'm going to open it.
Belle: No. Shawn, you've got to stop her. Don't let her open it.
Sami: Austin, I'm not trying to threaten you, all right? I just need to know where I stand. Will and I are not going to play second fiddle to your mother.
Austin: Who ever said you would? She just needs a little support right now, that's all.
Sami: Austin, I think what she really needs right now is space. Look at her.
Austin: Yeah, okay. This isn't the best time. You're right.
Sami: Okay. Well, then maybe we can do us all a favor and get out of here. I'll get Will.
Sami: Hey, will, are you ready to go, hon?
Austin: Yeah, buddy boy, we got to go.
Will: Do we have to?
Sami: Oh, hon. Well, maybe we can get some ice cream on the way.
Will: Can I say goodbye to Grandma first?
Sami: Actually, you know what? She's really busy right now, so maybe we can call her on
the phone later, huh? Let's go.
Austin: Come on, buddy.
Roman: All right, see you later.
Abe: Take care.
Sami: Bye, dad. Bye.
Abe: See you.
Roman: Well, what do you think? You ready to go?
Abe: I think I'll get another cup of coffee first. Kate.
Roman: You staying here, does that have anything to do with you not wanting to go home to the DiMera mansion?
Abe: I'm just hoping that Lexie calms down and realizes we're not going to lose Isaac, and maybe we can move back to our place.
Kate: Here you go.
Abe: Ah, thank you. You know, it's nice that Sami and Austin brought Will by to see you.
Kate: You know something? If Austin really cared, he'd never bring that tramp by here again.
Roman: Ha! Kate, I happen to be sitting right here, and that's my daughter you're talking about, and if your son is lucky, he might just spend the rest of his life with her.
Kate: That'll be a cold day in hell.
Sami: Thank you.
Austin: Wait a minute. I want to tell you that you were right about what you said in there, and I want to thank you. And I also want to tell you that, well, I've been thinking more and more lately about what brought us together and how much you mean to me, and that more and more... I'm falling in love with you every day.
Sami: Oh, Austin. I mean, you said you loved me before, but you've never actually said that you were falling in love with me.
Austin: I am. I really am.
Will: Hello, mommy and Uncle Austin. You promised me we'd go for ice cream.
Sami: We sure did.
Austin: There you go. Hey, it's ice cream time.
Austin: All right.
Victor: Nicole, you must stop thinking that you have to protect your father in some way. It's you that needs protection from him, and I've already told you I'll take care of that. And if he calls, I'll just tell him, "I'm glad you're out, dad, but I can't see you. I have a new life now."
Victor: And if he gives you any problem with that, you let me know.
Nicole: Well, back to the salt mines.
Nicole: [Thinking] So you've been out a week and you haven't called me. Why? I hope nothing's happened to you.
Faye: What are you going to do to me?
Paul: I just want to kiss you, want to hold you, smell your perfume, feel that beautiful hair fall on my face, touch your skin. Just seeing you standing here makes me feel alive again.
Faye: Please, just go away.
Paul: I know it's been a long time, but my feelings for you haven't changed, Faye.
Faye: You're scaring me, Paul.
Paul: And I know we had a lot of problems in the past -- I used to get angry, I know that -- but that's all over now. I got my head right while I was in the joint, baby.
Faye: Paul, please, you got to leave. We can talk about this later.
Paul: Don't be scared. I'd never hurt you. Ohh... Baby, I'm so sorry. I am so sorry that I ever hurt you in the past. Let me make it up to you.
Faye: Paul, just let me go.
Paul: You're the only woman I ever loved, the only woman I will ever love. Please. Please, tell me you still love me. [Telephone rings]
Victor: Kiriakis here.
Kate: It didn't work, Victor.
Victor: What the hell are you talking about, Kate? And why are you calling my private line? I want you to forget you have this number.
Kate: Forget I have this number? I don't think so, 'cause I'm going to be calling this number a lot. And for the record, I was fired, but then I was rehired five minutes later, and you know why? Because I'm that damn good.
Victor: Goodbye, Kate.
Kate: This is about Philip, Victor, about our son. He's going to continue to be ashamed of his mommy.
Victor: You know, it is reprehensible the way you manipulate Philip. It is obvious you don't love him.
Kate: Don't you dare say that. You're the bastard who's used him to keep me down.
Victor: Are you coming here for the meeting or not?
Kate: Oh, I'm going to be there, but it's going to cost you a lot more money since you tried to have me fired. You know something? You are losing all your power. Soon you're going to be playing by my rules again.
Victor: We'll see about that.
Kate: You're nothing but a has-been, Victor, an old fool with a cheap whore on his arm.
Victor: Damn her. I'd do anything to get rid of that bitch. And in time, I will.