Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 6/26/02
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(Missed first ten minutes)
Shawn-D: [Laughing] This is great! This is great! So now you're not going to New York. You're going to be going to Pepperdine, right?
Belle: Shawn --
Shawn-D: Just think about it. Blading around Malibu, boogie boards under one arm, riding the crests together.
Belle: Shawn, stop. You misunderstood me.
Belle: Well, it's the way I said it. I'm sorry. I meant to say that I'm not going to Columbia early for the summer program.
Shawn-D: Oh. You kind of left out the word "early."
Belle: Yeah, I didn't do it on purpose. It just -- I knew what I meant in my head, and I thought you understood me, but... The reason I changed my mind is because I think I need to stay here for the summer -- for Chloe and for us. Especially after our talk at the Brady Pub, I realized how important it is for us to spend time together.
Shawn-D: You better say that. Plus, it's going to be an awesome summer. Okay, well, maybe not awesome -- Chloe being in the hospital is really sad, but maybe by the end of the summer she'll be cured, right? And we always have the Brady-Horton Fourth of July barbecue to look forward to.
Belle: Yeah, it's always the highlight of my summer.
Shawn-D: But listen, listen. Seriously, though, I'm really glad you decided to stay around a little while longer.
Belle: Me too.
Shawn-D: Come here.
Chloe: So, Brady, what were you dreaming about me?
Brady: I'm not sure. I can't really remember.
Chloe: Oh, come on. Try.
Brady: No. I can't tell you.
Craig: My stepdaughter's biological father. It's urgent. If you find out any information, please call me back as soon as you can. Thank you.
Craig: It's my contact at the AMA. They're doing everything they can to help -- help us find our man -- Dr. Sikes.
Nancy: Fine, Craig. You have made your call. Now I am going to see my daughter.
Craig: You've been amazing with Chloe. You've been positive, and you've been... Strong. And I am -- I am so... Proud of you.
Nancy: Craig, all my life, I've been somewhat self-involved. I mean, I see that now. Always worried about how things are affecting me, feeling put-upon and worried about how things are going, but now that this has happened to Chloe -- I mean, now that I see how she --
Craig: It's okay. It's okay.
Nancy: Craig, the only important thing is helping my daughter. I want to make sure that her life is as good as it can be now. I want her to know how much she's loved.
Craig: I know.
Nancy: Now I'm going to go see her.
Nancy: Will you come with me?
Chloe: Oh, come on, Brady. You can't tell me you were dreaming about me and then just drop it.
Brady: Okay, okay. The dream. You and I were sitting on a hilltop together, watching the shooting stars. And you were very happy.
Chloe: Oh. Do you think that means I'm going to be in heaven?
Brady: No. I think that means that you're going to be a star.
Brady: You're going to beat this thing, Chloe. And you're going to go to Juilliard and you're going to rock that master class, and you're going to become the greatest Diva that the MET has ever seen.
Nancy: How did you get in here so early?
Chloe: He never left. Brady spent the night.
Tony: I read something in the paper this morning that might be of interest.
Lexie: More lies about you and Father?
Tony: Oh, no, I'm not talking about the front page story. No, no, no. Check this out it's an article on Gemini Meteor Showers.
Lexie: But I don't understand. Why would I find this interesting? What does it have to do with --
Tony: Well, don't you see? It's not a coincidence that it's happening now. Stefano DiMera could not leave this earth without causing a major shift in the universe. Fire blazing across the sky? It's a fitting memorial, don't you think? The heavens have taken Father away from us, and in return, have sent us the Gemini. It's a celestial shower -- ancient stones, fiery jewels painting the firmament.
Lexie: Yes. Yes, yes, yes. You're right. It will be a fitting memorial. We have to have a real memorial for him, too, Tony. A proper funeral.
Tony: Yeah. Well, Alexandra, we will, I promise. And we'll plan it together.
Lexie: It means so much to have you here, Tony. Really, it means so much.
Marlena: John? John? Oh!
John: Right here, sweetheart.
Marlena: Oh. Oh, I heard the door. I thought you'd gone out.
John: Yeah, that was Caprice. She had some errands to run. Come on, have some breakfast.
Marlena: Hmm. Yum.
John: Look, Doc, I know this has been stressful for you. I know that you're worried, and I understand that. But I'm going to need you to trust me right now. I'm going to need you just to let me do what I have to do. Come on, you know I'm always going to come home to you. I love you too much to ever leave you.
John: Enjoy your breakfast.
Marlena: Wha-- you're not joining me?
John: I've got some work to do.
Marlena: Why do I have a feeling you're not going to Basic Black?
John: Like I said, trust me.
Shawn-D: What's wrong?
Belle: Well, Brady's not here. I guess I just assumed he came in after I feel asleep last night. I hope everything is okay.
Shawn-D: Maybe he just went for a run, got up early, and didn't want to wake you.
Belle: Yeah, but his bed hasn't even been slept in.
Shawn-D: Is it that unusual for Brady to make his bed in the morning?
Belle: I guess not. I know. Maybe Brady went to the hospital to see Chloe.
Shawn-D: Yeah, that's probably it.
Belle: Do you want to know what he said to me? No, I can't tell you. He'd kill me, and it's not right.
Shawn-D: Like I'm going to let you not tell me now. Come on.
Belle: Shawn, I can't.
Shawn-D: Okay, fine. I'll have to guess. Hmm...Let's see. All right, judging by the smile on your face, Brady probably admitted he has feelings for Chloe.
Belle: You're close, but it's a little more extreme than that.
Shawn-D: More extreme. Okay... What, did he say he loves her? What? No way!
Belle: Well, he didn't just come out and say it. He kind of blurted it out and not to me... To his snow globe.
Shawn-D: Uh, could you explain that, perhaps?
Belle: I know, I know. It sounds really weird, but he was just staring at it and it came out. When I commented on it, he denied it, but I know it's true, even though he's saying it's not.
Shawn-D: People not admitting their feelings -- I don't get it.
Belle: Why? You think you're really good at it?
Shawn-D: I happen to be a total expert.
Shawn-D: Just watch. Miss Belle, you are the greatest thing that has ever happened to me, and I love you. Okay, how'd I do?
Belle: You get a gold star.
Nancy: Brady, look --
Craig: Nancy, Nancy. Brady, step outside. I want to talk to you for a second.
Brady: Yeah, sure.
Nancy: So, sweetheart, how are you feeling? Did you sleep well?
Chloe: I slept just fine once Brady was here, so I hope Craig isn't out there giving him a hard time for sneaking in here last night. He was just what I needed.
Craig: What the hell were you thinking, Brady? You know Chloe needs her rest.
Brady: Yes, I know that, Dr. Wesley. You know I would never do anything to jeopardize her recovery. The fact of the matter is, I couldn't stop thinking about her last night. When I stopped by, I noticed that she was still awake, so I encouraged her to listen to some music. I figured it would help her relax. When she finally did fall asleep, I didn't want to leave in case she woke up. I didn't want her to be alone. I'm sorry if I upset you and your wife.
Craig: No, no. I'm the one who's sorry. Forgive me. I... I'm glad you were there for her. Thank you.
Brady: I just wish there was more I could do.
Craig: Come back inside with me for a second.
Chloe: Is everything okay?
Craig: Everything is just fine. Brady explained to me how he happened to spend the night last night, which I think is quite honorable. And that's why I asked him to come back inside so he can listen to me talk to you about your condition.
Chloe: Oh. Okay.
Craig: I got your other test back, and I spoke to the specialist.
Chloe: It's bad news, isn't it?
Jack: Hold it, hold it, hold it. Am I hallucinating, or did you just give me a compliment?
Jennifer: No, I'm just stating the facts, Jack. I mean, you're the one whose killer reporter instinct picked up that something was going to go down at Penthouse Grill. So if it weren't for you, we wouldn't have gotten the whole eyewitness account. I mean, really, this is huge news. It's international, and we were the only ones there to get this story.
Jack: Well, you're a damn good editor, Jennifer. And, um, coming from someone who's had the job, I know what I'm talking about.
Jennifer: So, uh, when I went down to the police station last night to track down the goods on Tony DiMera, where were you? I mean, what was that lead that you were chasing down?
Jack: Oh, uh, I was just -- just following down something that didn't pan out... Yet. But, you know, uh, this Tony DiMera story -- just like I said -- this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Jennifer: You're not going off on some little secret mission of your own, are you, Jack Deveraux? Because need I remind you that I am your boss, and you cannot cover any story or chase after any lead without telling me first? So I repeat, what were you up to last night?
Lexie: Are you sure you're all right?
Tony: Huh? Oh, yes. Can't you tell by my appetite? I'm fine.
Lexie: I don't believe you.
Tony: I suppose I have to get used to the idea that there's a doctor in the house.
Lexie: You collapsed last night.
Tony: Jet lag.
Lexie: Come on.
Tony: It has nothing to do with my condition.
Lexie: Acute myelofibrosis.
Tony: I'm glad you said it because I couldn't pronounce it.
Lexie: Tony, it's a serious illness.
Tony: Which I've been cured of, thanks to Father. I don't know how he did it. Perhaps it was an unconventional medicine or maybe just a miracle. But I'm as healthy as a horse. But enough about me. Let's talk about you. I've been concerned about what you've been going through -- the baby switch, the loss of your child.
[Banging on door]
Lexie: Expecting anyone?
Tony: Salemites -- they're so warm and friendly. Perhaps it's a welcome wagon stopping by... Or maybe just a potted plant.
Tony: John. How nice of you to drop by. Please come in.
Jack: Good morning, Harold.
Harold: I hope I'm not interrupting. I just wanted to stop at the Penthouse Grill.
Jack: As I've always said, Jennifer and I make a great team...Professionally, that is.
Harold: That must've been so amazing to see all the looks on those faces when Tony DiMera walked in.
Jack: Oh, it was. Of course, some faces were far more interesting than others.
Harold: Oh, shoot. I forgot the mockup on the Enron piece. Back in a few.
Jack: Yeah, me too.
Jennifer: Who were you talking about when you said, "some faces were far more interesting than others"?
Jack: Well, uh, I mean, all the reactions were newsworthy -- John Black, Bo, Hope, Roman, Abe Carver... Um, say, you didn't happen to catch Colin's expression when Tony DiMera wandered in, back from the dead, did you? I mean, maybe it was just me, but he just didn't look all that surprised.
Jennifer: All right, just stop. Stop. Don't say another word.
Craig: First, I just want to say that even though the chemo treatments that you're experiencing right now are not particularly pleasant, it's going to push your leukemia right into remission, okay?
Chloe: There's a "but," isn't there?
Craig: Yeah, there is a "but." The tests done on your bone marrow show that this particular type of leukemia that you have has high recurrence rates, so in order to have a more reliable cure, we're going to have to get you a bone marrow transplant.
Brady: But that'll be it, right? I mean, she'll be as good as new.
Craig: That's our best shot, Brady. But first, we have to find you a match.
Chloe: And how do we do that?
Belle: I missed you so much.
Shawn-D: I was afraid I wasn't going to be able to hold you this close again... Feel your hair brush across my cheek, and, uh, taste that cotton candy lip balm that you always wear.
Belle: You know, I bought a new one yesterday.
Shawn-D: Oh, really?
Shawn-D: What flavor?
Belle: We'll just have to wait and see how sensitive your taste buds are.
Shawn-D: What if I get it wrong?
Belle: I'll give you as many chances as you need. It's very nice of me, isn't it?
Shawn-D: Oh, yes, yes. You're all heart. Shawn, we are so lucky. Chloe's illness has made me realize how precious our time together is.
Shawn-D: Yeah. That's why I want to make this summer really special, not just for us -- for our friends and family.
Belle: Sounds like a plan. And not that this is a reflection on your kisses, but I just have an incurable sweet tooth which you know about.
Shawn-D: Yes, I do. They're good bagels.
Belle: They're really good.
Shawn-D: Yeah, I love this place.
Belle: Oh, my God, Shawn.
Belle: This must be why my dad made Brady and me leave the Penthouse Grill last night.
Shawn-D: I don't -- I don't believe it. "Stefano DiMera dead?"
Belle: Just when Salem gets rid of him, another DiMera shows up -- from the grave, no less.
Shawn-D: I didn't see my grandparents this morning, but I know my parents went to go get Zack last night, so everything must be okay. But I should call just to make sure.
Belle: I should call, too.
Shawn-D: Well, why don't you call first?
[Knock on door]
Belle: That must be Brady. Maybe he forgot his keys or something. I'm coming. Caprice, hi. Come in.
Caprice: Hi. Hi, Shawn.
Belle: Oh, my God, Caprice. I cannot believe what happened at the Penthouse Grill last night.
Caprice: Well, how do you know what happened last night, Belle?
Belle: Doesn't everyone know? It was on the front page of the newspaper this morning.
Caprice: What? Oh, yes, of course.
Belle: Why did you leave the party so early last night? Did you sense that something bad was going to happen?
Caprice: Oh, no, no, no. I was just feeling a little under the weather.
Belle: My poor dad. He must be going crazy. Were my parents up when you left this morning?
Caprice: Yeah, they were. Your father was making breakfast for your mother, but he seemed absolutely fine.
Belle: I'm glad to hear it.
Caprice: Uh, Brady asked me to drop this off. He was helping me with something on the computer.
Belle: Oh, I'll make sure he gets it.
Caprice: He isn't here?
Belle: It's not what it looks like, Caprice.
Caprice: Did I say anything?
Shawn-D: Uh, well, I just, um, I brought breakfast by.
Caprice: Of course you did.
Caprice: Shawn-Douglas, you are always the perfect gentleman.
Shawn-D: Oh, well, if you say so, Caprice.
Belle: Caprice, I can't even imagine what my dad is going through. I mean, he thought Tony DiMera was dead. Everyone did. He was almost executed for his murder. It's kind of like the end of the world.
Shawn-D: Maybe it is.
Tony: Well, Eliana has set a third place for breakfast. John, won't you join us?
John: I should have figured you'd be here. Yes, the new house of DiMera. So, are you plotting to take over your father's place? Is that it?
Lexie: How dare you? Our father is dead. Don't you even have the decency to let us grieve in private?
John: Oh, I'm sorry. Is that what you're doing?
Tony: I think you've crossed the line there, John.
Marlena: I agree.
Tony: Marlena. How lovely to see you, as always.
Eliana: Mr. DiMera, there's a gentleman at the door. He says...Your father is here.
Shawn-D: This is amazing. You guys ought to look at this.
Belle: How cool is this?
Shawn-D: I saw something on the news about it.
Belle: Yeah, the Gemini Meteor Shower.
Shawn-D: Ah, big deal. It happens all the time.
Shawn-D: Every 180 years.
Belle: Yeah, Shawn, that's so often.
Shawn-D: And, see, look at it. Right here it says it could be the end of the world.
Belle: That's cheery.
Shawn-D: It's reality. Scientists say that the meteors could fall anywhere in our hemisphere. Wouldn't that be something if they fell here in Salem?
Belle: Yeah, right. Of all the places on this half of the world, it's going to be Salem. You have a better chance of getting struck by lightning.
Shawn-D: Yeah, well, if there's a thunderstorm, you can run inside and hide. If there's a 2-ton asteroid with your name on it, there's nowhere you can hide.
Caprice: When the heavens send down celestial showers, it means the universe is in the midst of upheaval and change. An event like this could transform people's lives. It could signal the beginning of a magical time for young people in love. Ha ha ha ha ha ha.
Craig: Finding a match, it's not always easy, so we're going to test as many people as we can. Okay? That's where you come in, Brady.
Brady: Well, how do I find out if I could be a match?
Craig: Well, it's a simple procedure. We take a blood test, but I do need to let you all know that the chances are slim of finding a match. It's not impossible, but it's slim.
Craig: I need to get this call in my office. I'll be back later, okay?
Nancy: I'll go with you.
Craig: Come on, sweetie. Brady, thanks.
Brady: You're welcome.
Brady: See you.
Chloe: Thank you.
Brady: For what?
Chloe: For being so positive, wanting to help.
Brady: We're going to get you a match, Chloe, whether it's me or somebody else. We're going to get you better, I promise.
Jennifer: You know what? You are a terrific reporter, and you did a wonderful job last night, okay? But as your boss, I need to remind you that this is the story. There is nothing here about Colin Murphy, and that is the lead that you were tracking last night, isn't it?
Jack: Whoa! A little defensive, aren't we? All I did was ask a question -- if, as an observant reporter, you happened to notice Colin's reaction to Tony DiMera's Lazarus number. And hasn't Bo been saying that he suspects that the DiMera Organization's up to something in Ireland?
Jennifer: Wait, what does that have to do with anything?
Jack: Well, other than the fact that he sounds like Crocodile Dundee, let's not forget that our Colin hails from the old sod.
Jennifer: Oh, well, let's not forget that our Colin is a Brady, and the Brady’s and the DiMera’s mix like gasoline and matches, Jack. So just give it a rest. And you know what? Speaking of rest, you need to go get some rest, because you need to head over to Salem U. and interview the astronomy professor for the meteor shower story for tomorrow's edition.
Jack: Oh, come on, Jennifer, give it to the science editor. I mean, we both know that -- that this story is not about some stupid rocks falling out of the sky. It's about Tony DiMera hitting this town. That's the story that's going to rock the world!
Lexie: [Sniffling] Father...
John: [Clapping] Bravo. Very convincing.
John: Those ashes are no more Stefano's than the ones in the fireplace. I'm going to prove it.
Tony: And how do you intend to do that?
John: By having them tested.
Lexie: Tony, what are you doing?
Tony: All I ask is that you treat them with respect. They're all we have left of our father.
Belle: And as soon as Brady gets home, I will give him this.
Caprice: All right, I'll see you back at the house.
Belle: Thanks, Caprice.
Shawn-D: Bye. You know, I think she's right. Whether it has anything to do with the meteor showers or not, I think this is the beginning of a summer that we're not going to forget.
Belle: I think so, too.
Shawn-D: And I've decided.
Belle: What? What have you decided?
Shawn-D: That our special summer's going to start tonight.
Chloe: Can you believe that they can do that -- make it look like you've gained 200 pounds when you haven't?
Brady: That is pretty weird. Hey, Chloe, look at this -- the Gemini meteor showers. You ever hear of those?
Chloe: Yeah, on the news. It's going to be really cool, huh? What a way to start the 4th of July weekend.
Brady: Yeah, you know they're supposed to light up the sky brighter than a fireworks display? Wait a second. That's maybe what my dream was about. What do you know? I must be psychic. If we watch them together, it will be like my dream coming true.
Chloe: Except I'm not on a hilltop. I'm in a hospital bed.
Brady: Hey, no hilltop -- that's fine. I've still got you, and... I've got the stars. Two out of three ain't bad. Is it a date?
Chloe: It sounds perfect.
Nancy: I will, Daddy. I promise I'll tell her. I love you. Yes.
Craig: Look, I want to hear as soon as you find something.
Nancy: Okay. Bye-bye.
Craig: Thank you very much. Damn.
Nancy: Craig, my mother and father are going to be tested, and they said they would call my brother. Daddy said that the last time he'd heard from Dr. Sikes that he'd taken a position in San Diego.
Craig: Yeah, well, that was 1993, and the AMA has no record of him.
Nancy: God, Craig, where could he have gone?
Craig: I don't know, sweetheart. That's the strangest thing. No one seems to know.
Jennifer: I am not telling you again. Colin Murphy is not the story here. Let it go.
Harold: Excuse me. Here's the mockup you asked for. And Marco said when you have a second, the photos you wanted to proof are ready in graphics.
Jennifer: Uh... Well, no time like the present. Harold, why don't you come with me? I could use a second opinion.
Harold: Oh. Well, right behind you.
Jennifer: Jack... I mean it.
Jack: Jennifer wouldn't be saying that Colin Murphy wasn't the story if she had heard what Victor said to him last night. That Aussie Irishman has got plenty to hide, but she's not going to believe it until she sees the irrefutable proof. And I am going to provide it.
John: I'll be in touch. You can count on it.
Tony: Goodbye, John, Marlena.
Lexie: What were you thinking? How could you let him walk out of here with Father's ashes?
Tony: I know what I'm doing. You have to trust me on this.
John: I'm going to prove that every word Tony said was a lie.
Marlena: I hope it's not a lie. I mean, the part about Stefano. Because if those are his ashes, this nightmare may finally be over.
John: With Tony back, the nightmare is still to come.
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