Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 7/10/02
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Chloe: Hi. How am I doing?
Craig: How are you feeling? That's what matters. Hmm?
[Knock on door]
Nancy: Come in.
Woman: Someone has an admirer.
Craig: Yes, they do.
Chloe: Oh, they're beautiful.
Chloe: Thanks. Must be from Philip. Oh, my God. I don't believe it.
Brady: Philip. It's a go. Everything's set.
Philip: This is going to be exactly what Chloe needs.
Mimi: Brady, we got your SOS. What are you guys up to?
Marlena: I go over it and over it and over it in my mind. I picture the two of them just lying there and gazing up at the stars.
Marlena: Must have been frightening.
Hope: Yeah, probably. You know, the way Shawn described it, it was like a flash of light streaking across the sky, getting brighter and brighter.
Marlena: And coming right at them.
Hope: I know. I have to say that was -- it was kind of sweet how Shawn's first instinct was to protect Belle.
Marlena: Yes, it was. Bless his heart. It is the other part of the story I have a bit of a hard time with. I mean, I don't want to be skeptical, especially when the kids are -- I don't know, so immersed in what they thought they were seeing and experiencing, but --
Hope: I-I know. But honestly, a spaceship?
Marlena: With two half-naked people falling out?
Hope: I know. Oh, my God.
Hope: Okay. I just wish Bo and John would get back here soon and explain the whole thing to us.
Marlena: Me too. Wait a minute, wait a minute. I thought I heard something on the pavement -- hold on.
Hope: Maybe. Finally.
Marlena: Maybe it's them.
Hope: I hope so. [Giggling]
Marlena: We thought we heard you.
Bo: Yeah, we're here. Sorry it took so long.
Hope: So what's going on up at lookout point?
Bo: Well, they've got NASA and the FBI up there investigating things. The whole area's cordoned off.
John: It looks like Belle and Shawn were right. Something out of the ordinary did happen up there last night, and it's all very hush-hush.
Hope: But wait a minute. You don't mean like a spaceship landing, do you?
Bo: No, no, but there was definitely another meteor strike.
Marlena: Well, that's what they saw. No wonder they freaked out. It's a miracle they weren't hurt.
John: Where are they? Where are they?
Marlena: Uh, they, uh... They went out.
Bo: Without getting any sleep?
Hope: Well, they were so hyped, they couldn't sleep.
Marlena: Yeah, you see, they're so convinced that what they saw was -- was real, so they went in search of the aliens, or whatever they were. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. But there was no stopping them.
Belle: "No trespassing"? What's that about?
Shawn-D: The Fedís are here.
Abe: Oh, hey, guys.
Shawn-D: Abe, hi.
Abe: Yeah, you know, if you're looking for your fathers, you just missed them.
Shawn-D: Oh, thanks. Well, I guess we'll just see you later.
Abe: All right. Oh, oh, hold on here. You two were here last night when they came down.
Abe: Yeah, we got some government agents here from NASA. They may want to ask you some questions, so just hold on.
Shawn-D: Sure. Yeah, no problem.
Abe: I'll be right back.
Belle: Oh, my God, Shawn. What if they found them? What if they found the aliens?
Brandon: All clear. No camera crews, no reporters.
Lexie: Good. We're the first ones here.
Brandon: Try to take a deep breath and relax, Lexie. Just remember, whatever you've done, it was for that child you'd raised since he was born.
Brandon: That little boy you love with all your heart.
Lexie: Oh, come on, Brandon. We both know how this hearing is going to turn out. All the positive thinking in the world isn't going to change a thing for me.
Brandon: I won't let you give up, Lexie. There's too much at stake. What's decided here today is going to change your life... Forever.
Lexie: Not just my life, Brandon.
Shawn-D: When they ask us what we saw last night, we'll just say that we're not sure. We were stargazing after the meteor shower, we heard a crash, thought meteors were hitting around us, so we freaked and ran.
Shawn-D: Hey, hey, hey. It's close enough to the truth, right?
Belle: Yeah, except there are a few other details, like there was a spaceship, and two almost-naked aliens came out of it, and we gave them CPR to save their lives.
Shawn-D: We can't tell them any of that.
Belle: Do you know how much trouble we could get in for lying?
Shawn-D: Those two aliens or whoever they are -- they're the ones who are in trouble, okay? 'Cause if the government gets a hold of them, they're going to start doing tests to them, treating them like lab rats --
Belle: They wouldn't do that.
Abe: Shawn, Belle.
Abe: This is Agent Spector.
Shawn-D: Agent -- as in, uh, FBI?
Russell: Special Intelligence. Commander Carver tells me that you two saw what happened here last night when it hit. So far, you're our only eyewitnesses. That means every detail of what you saw and heard is of crucial importance.
Marlena: I wouldn't worry too much about Shawn and Belle. I think their imaginations got hit with a little meteor dust last night. Nothing serious.
John: Mm. Well, I don't like the idea that they're out there chasing down some imaginary space people.
Bo: Well, it wasn't all imaginary. I mean, there were meteor fragments found all over the hillside, down by the river, out on the highway -- Belle and Shawn must have felt like their world was coming in on them when they saw that stuff coming at them.
Hope: Well, you know, maybe it was the sound of the explosion that threw off their equilibrium. What do you think?
Bo: I don't know.
Marlena: You think two naked bodies are some sort of a trauma-induced hallucination?
John: I think maybe what they saw was just two kids getting at it up there at lookout point. I mean, they do call it Lovers' Lane, don't they?
Bo: Yeah. Why would they be giving CPR to a couple of kids making out?
Marlena: Well, what if those young lovers up there had been hit with meteor fragments and knocked unconscious? Maybe Shawn and Belle came across them and gave them CPR, and then when the young couple regained consciousness, they were terribly humiliated, and then they just took off?
John: Yeah, well, they didn't just take off. They totally disappeared, kind of like that other person, that woman that drove her car into a meteor crater. What was that about?
Marlena: Hey, look, when the kids get tired enough and hungry enough, they'll come home, they'll eat, they'll sleep, we'll know they're fine. Because that's all we really care about.
John: Yeah. We'll leave a message on Belle's cell. I'll tell her where we're going to go in case she needs us.
Bo: We got to get to the courthouse.
John: We can all go in my car if you want.
Bo: You're going to the hearing?
Hope: Why would the two of you want to put yourselves through that when you don't have to?
Marlena: We want to be there for you.
John: Personally, I want to see Lexie get what's coming to her.
Marlena: John --
John: She's a DiMera. I want to see her get punished like one. I hope the judge just throws the book at her.
Brandon: What do you mean, Lexie? Who else's life could change today?
Cameron: Oh, good, you're early. How are you?
Lexie: That depends. Did you do it?
Cameron: I was hoping that you had reconsidered.
Brandon: Reconsidered what?
Lexie: You're supposed to represent me. If you don't choose to do as I wish, there are plenty of other lawyers in Salem who would be happy to.
Cameron: I have always done my best to carry out what you wanted.
Lexie: But not always successfully. This is your chance to make things right. Make the phone call...Now.
Brandon: Who's she going to call, Lexie?
Lexie: You'll see. They'll all see.
Nancy: Mm. The flowers -- they aren't from Philip?
Chloe: No, they're from Cecelia Marin.
Craig: Well, what does it say? What does her note say?
Chloe: "Dear Chloe, though we haven't met, I feel I know you. As I listen to your voice on the audition tape, I can tell you have great strength and enduring spirit. I am certain you will recover and join us here at Juilliard to go on and fulfill your dream of a career in opera. I'll be waiting. Blessings, Cecelia Marin."
Mimi: That is so, so beautiful.
Brady: Chloe is going to love it, all right?
Mimi: Oh, but we can't do it without Belle.
Brady: I've been trying to call her all day. I've been leaving messages, but she hasn't picked up.
Philip: Well, try her cell again.
Brady: All right, I will. Uh, could you guys go give Philip a hand?
Kevin: Sure, no problem.
Philip: Yeah, we'll catch up with you.
Brady: All right. All right, Belle, come on. Got to be here for the big event.
[Cellular phone rings]
Belle: Sorry. That was Brady. My brother. I-I just let my voice mail get it.
Shawn-D: So, anyway, it looked like the meteors were heading right for us, we heard a big crash somewhere over there -- you know, so we just took off.
Russell: Are you sure there's not something you're not telling me, something you're leaving out?
Belle: Shawn, Shawn, look.
Shawn-D: Like what?
Russell: Witnesses. Were there any witnesses to what you saw?
Belle: No, mnh-mnh.
Russell: Well, someone else was up here, apparently.
Shawn-D: A champagne bottle? That could be -- that could belong to anyone. This is lookout point. It's sort of like Lovers' Lane, you know? You don't know. Uh, well, it's -- it's also the Fourth of July.
Russell: Well, I have your numbers. I may have a few questions for you later on.
Shawn-D: Oh -- this must be something really big. You're going through all this trouble. Why is the government so interested in this?
Russell: Why do you want to know?
Lexie: Is it done?
Cameron: Yes. Now, we're about to start soon. I need to look over my notes.
Brandon: What are you up to?
Lexie: Everything is going to be fine. You'll see.
Celeste: Oh, good luck, darling. And I'll see you afterwards.
Bo: Lexie doesn't look all that repentant, does she?
John: Mnh-mnh. Well, maybe she knows her daddy's alive and using his influence to keep her out of prison.
Bo: It wouldn't be the first time DiMera bought off a judge.
Lexie: My closest friends -- they can't wait to see me punished.
Abe: How you doing, Lex?
Cameron: Take your seat, Abe.
Abe: I'm here for you, Lex.
Man: All rise. Salem Superior Court is now in session. Judge Waddell presiding.
Judge Waddell: Be seated. As you know, this is a sentencing hearing, not a trial. Alexandra Carver has pleaded guilty to the charges against her, so there will be no witness testimony. I will, however, hear statements from both sides. I've read the sentencing recommendations from District Attorney Hamilton and from the attorney for the Defense Cameron Reese, and I've taken them under consideration. In making my decision today, I will also be referring to the recommendations of Dr. Dellman. Is Dr. Dellman here today?
Cameron: No, your honor, he is not. We felt that his written opinion would be sufficient.
Judge Waddell: It'll have to be, won't it? Since we're starting with the defense, Ms. Reese, is there anyone who would like to make a statement on behalf of the defense?
Tony: I would, your honor.
Russell: How does that concern you -- the government's interest in meteor showers?
Shawn-D: Just that, uh, nothing like this has ever happened around here before, and, um, well, I was wondering if any strange phenomena had been reported.
Belle: Isn't everyone?
Shawn-D: Yeah, yeah.
Belle: Maybe not.
Russell: Well, sorry to disappoint you, but the only reports of alien sightings have been from crackpots. Well, thanks again.
Belle: Shawn. If he plays that tape for our dads, we are going to have a lot of explaining to do. Oh, I should probably call home so that our parents don't worry about us.
Belle: Wait. I'll call Brady first.
[Cellular phone rings]
Brady: Belle. Belle, I've been trying to call you since last night. Listen, I need you to bring Shawn here to the hospital. Chloe needs you.
Belle: Why, what's wrong?
Brady: Nothing. She's fine. Just get here.
Belle: Okay, we're on our way. Something's going on with Chloe. We have to get to the hospital.
Craig: It's good to see you smiling, sweetie.
Nancy: Craig, she should have her breakfast.
Craig: Yeah, okay.
Craig: Hey, guys.
Philip: I hope you're ready to travel.
Brady: Because we have a surprise for you.
Chloe: A surprise? Can't it wait till tomorrow, maybe? I'm kind of tired.
Philip: That's all right. All you have to do is put yourself in our hands.
Brady: Yes, see, we'll do all the work, and you just have to enjoy the ride.
Chloe: The ride?
Brady: Your chariot.
Craig: Oh, hey! Hey!
Philip: Ha ha ha!
Chloe: Wow. Where are we going?
Brady: Come with us, and you'll find out.
Pat: Your honor, this is a closed hearing. He has no business being here.
Judge Waddell: I'll decide that.
Tony: Thank you, your honor.
John: Your honor, this man is dangerous. He's a criminal, and if you listen to anything he has to say --
Judge Waddell: Be seated.
John: He was not even in the country when the Brady child was taken.
Judge Waddell: Did you hear me? Take your seat, or I'll hold you in contempt.
Marlena: John, please, sit down.
Judge Waddell: If there are any further outbursts from anyone, I'll clear the courtroom. Now, who are you?
Tony: I'm Anthony DiMera. I'm the defendant's half-brother. Mr. Black is correct. I was out of the country due to prolonged illness and the death of my father.
Judge Waddell: Yes, I'd read that Mr. DiMera is deceased.
Tony: May he rest in peace.
Judge Waddell: What's your business in this court?
Tony: I would like to request the right to make a statement on behalf of my sister.
Judge Waddell: Noted. Ms. Reese?
Cameron: The defense is happy to hear whatever Mr. DiMera may have to say.
Judge Waddell: Very well. I'll allow it.
Tony: Thank you, Your Honor. My sister Alexandra has always lived by the
highest of standards -- caring for her family, serving the community. And she
has proven her devotion, first as a police officer, and then as a devoted
surgeon. You know, you all know my sister as being a devoted daughter and a
faithful wife, but first and foremost, she's a loving and caring mother. Yes,
she behaved irrationally when she found out to her horror that the child did not
belong to her, that it belonged to somebody else. But she's tried to make amends
for the wrongs she's committed. She's tried to pick up the pieces of her life
and start again. Alexandra is no threat to anybody here -- certainly not to Mrs.
Brady, and not to the child itself -- Isaac Carver, now known as Zack B
Brady. So I ask your honor in consideration of your decision, that you will look at my sister's life as a whole, and see it not as a brief period of time when she behaved irrationally because she was under extraordinary pressure.
Judge Waddell: Thank you, Mr. DiMera. You may be seated.
Tony: Thank you.
Judge Waddell: Ms. Reese, is there anyone else who would like to make a statement?
Cameron: No, your honor, not at this time.
Judge Waddell: Ms. Hamilton, is there anyone for the prosecution?
Hope: Yes, your honor. I'd like to say something.
Judge Waddell: All right.
Brady: All right, Chloe, here we go.
Philip: Close your eyes.
Brady: Somebody grab the door.
Philip: Close your eyes.
Brady: Keep them closed. Keep them closed. Whoa.
Philip: Oh, I got it.
Mimi and Belle: Surprise!
Chloe: Oh, my God. It's my room, my things from home.
Belle: We even brought honey...
Mimi: And sugar.
Chloe: You did this?
Nancy: No, it was Brady and Philip. But it didn't hurt to have an in at the hospital.
Chloe: I don't know how to thank any of you.
Brady: You see, actually it was this guy's idea. He insisted that you get the VIP suite.
Chloe: Oh, really? Well, selfish. What if a real VIP needs this place?
Craig: There is no one more important than you.
Nancy: Sweetheart, would you like to try your new bed?
Chloe: Not yet. I'm not tired.
Chloe: Don't leave... Any of you.
Mimi: Hey, we're here till they kick us out -- that is, if the doctor approves.
Craig: I approve. I'll see you shortly, honey, okay?
Nancy: I'm going to get the rest of your things.
Brady: I'll take this guy from you.
Chloe: Oh, no, you don't. He's mine -- all mine.
Hope: I'm Hope Brady, Your Honor, the mother of the little boy that Lexie tried to kidnap. Lexie was one of my closest and dearest friends. We raised our two little boys together. Yeah. That's what makes her betrayal so much harder to understand. Your Honor, you heard Tony DiMera describe what Lexie went through, but I can't even begin to express the suffering and the pain that she caused me and my family. I wish to God I could look at you and tell you I forgive you. I really do. Because I know I won't be free until I can. I'm begging you, our Honor, please -- please think of what's in the best interest of the child. Give us a chance, please, as a family.
Judge Waddell: Thank you, Mrs. Brady.
Hope: Thank you, Your Honor.
Judge Waddell: Is there anyone else?
Pat: We're ready for closing statements, Your Honor.
Cameron: The defense is ready to close.
Judge Waddell: Very well. Ms. Hamilton?
Pat: A case involving a child caught between two families is bound to be an emotional one. It's all too easy to let those emotions blind us to the facts, but the law deals in facts, and the facts, your honor, speak for themselves. Alexandra Carver, by her own admission, knew she had another woman's baby. Afraid that the court would rightfully give custody of that child to Mrs. Brady, the birth mother, Mrs. Carver attempted to flee the country with the boy using falsified European passports, a crime in itself. By her actions, she knowingly ignored a court order forbidding her to leave the country, and most heinous of all, she is guilty of attempted kidnapping. These are facts, your Honor, which none of us can afford to ignore. The crimes and Mrs. Carver's subsequent behavior demand that she be punished to the full extent of the law. For the future safety of the child Zack Brady, I respectfully urge you to apply the maximum sentence the law allows in this case. Thank you.
Judge Waddell: Ms. Reese, if you are ready.
Cameron: The facts, as the district attorney has stated, are true and undeniable. There is one other fact, however -- one that I hope your Honor will also consider as you make your decision regarding a just punishment for my client. The fact is that Mrs. Carver is just as much a victim in all of this as are the Bradyís and the child who is now known as Zack Brady. She is a victim, our honor, of a horrible and reprehensible error by University Hospital -- an error in which two babies were unexplainably switched at birth. In all good faith, Mrs. Carver carried home the son that she honestly believed was legally hers -- a son that she has loved, a son that she has cherished, a son that she has cared for for the first two years of his life. Then, all of a sudden, Mrs. Carver hears -- she learns that that child, that precious child, is about to be ripped from her arms by the very same law that ensured her that that adoption was binding forever. Can you imagine the desperation this mother felt? The emotional emptiness was unbearable, so much so that, yes, she did the wrong thing, which she is doing everything in her power now to make right. Mrs. Carver deserves another chance to rebuild her life, your Honor. She wasn't a threat to anyone before this incident. She won't be a danger to anyone now, nor in the future, and especially not to the child that she still cherishes. I am asking you, your Honor, please -- in the name of true justice, treat her with the compassion and the sensitivity and understanding that she deserves.
Judge Waddell: Thank you, Ms. Reese. Does the defendant have anything she wishes to say?
Lexie: Yes, your Honor, I do.
Mimi: Chloe, you won't believe the people lining up to be tested as bone marrow donors.
Shawn-D: Yeah, Belle gave a great speech at the barbecue last night.
Belle: By the time we left the party, we already had a long list of volunteers.
Chloe: Thank you, all of you.
Mimi: Hey, guys, so how was the view from lookout point, looking at the meteor showers?
Belle: It was, um, awesome. Right, Shawn?
Shawn-D: Totally. Even more than we expected.
Mimi: What does that mean?
Belle: Shawn, I know we said we wouldn't.
Shawn-D: So don't.
Belle: But my dad's going to tell Brady anyway. He doesn't keep stuff from him.
Brady: What stuff?
Belle: Look, Shawn, they're our closest friends in the world, and I'll just explode if we don't say something. Maybe they can help us.
Shawn-D: Look, before I say anything, you have to swear you're not going to say anything to anyone, or it could mean trouble -- big trouble.
Lexie: Thank you for allowing me to explain, not that it -- not that there could ever be any rational explanation for what I did. There's nothing more important to me than family. My husband, my son -- they were everything to me. Yes, I am guilty of loving my son blindly, unconditionally, and doing whatever I could to keep him, though, sadly, tragically for me, to no avail. I've lost my little boy forever. But, um, with the help of my mother, my one trusted friend, and my brother, I've come to terms with my loss. Uh, I'm ready to accept what I can't change, and, uh, resume my life with my family as a productive member of this community. Your Honor, I'm ready to accept whatever punishment you feel is merited. My only request is that I be judged on my life and mine alone, and not be condemned because I was born a DiMera. Thank you.
Judge Waddell: I want to thank you all. There will be a short recess...
John: Tell me the judge didn't buy that bull.
Man: All rise.
Lexie: Oh, Mom.
Celeste: Oh, Alexandra, darling, I am so proud of you.
Lexie: Thank you.
Brandon: You did good, Lexie.
Lexie: Thank you, Brandon. Thank you.
Hope: What do you think?
Bo: No matter what happens, that woman will never get near you or Zack again.
John: Hell of a lot of nerve showing up here.
Tony: If you'll excuse me, I need to speak to my sister.
John: Not so fast.
Marlena: John, don't. Don't. This is neither the time nor the place.
John: My wife has a point. What do you say we take this outside, DiMera?
Craig: I spoke to Chloe's oncologist this morning. Chemo's progressing exactly as we'd hoped. That means she's going to hit that bottoming-out phase now due to the fact that her immune system is severely compromised. Here.
Nancy: Craig, the treatment is as bad as the disease is.
Craig: I know, sweetheart, but that's the only way we can get the leukemia to go into remission.
Nancy: Yes, but it will come back...
Nancy: Without a bone marrow transplant.
Craig: Here. I do have some good news, though, about Chloe's biological father.
Nancy: What? Craig, you knew something and you didn't say anything?
Craig: Well, sweetheart, I had to wait till we were alone, okay?
Nancy: Well, we're alone. What?
Craig: The private investigator that we hired located Dr. Sikes's sister. She lives in New York City. Now, he's going there to talk to her to find out where he is and if he has any other children.
Nancy: For years, Craig, I'd prayed that that man was dead, but now... All I can pray for is that he's alive and that he can help my daughter.
Brady: So you expect us to believe that you two saw a spaceship land and discovered two naked alien people or whatever?
Belle: Well, I knew you wouldn't believe us.
Mimi: I do, I do.
Shawn-D: What about you, Philip?
Philip: As much as I hate to agree with Brady, I think you guys hit your head on my telescope a lot harder than you thought.
Belle: Okay, funny, but you guys will change your mind when we get proof.
Brady: How about you, Chloe? Are you a believer or a skeptic?
John: Come on, let's go outside.
Tony: I suggest you get your husband out of my face before he does something you'll regret.
Marlena: John, we can let this go.
Tony: But keep it up and you'll be facing harassment charges.
Marlena: Going after him will not help Bo and Hope.
John: You might be right. I just hope the judge is smart enough to see through his act.
Lexie: Tony, thank you for being here.
Tony: I only spoke the truth.
Lexie: What are you staring at? Isn't it enough that I lost my baby? Do you get some kind of kick out of sticking around, making sure I spend the rest of my life behind bars?
Hope: Don't you dare try to make me the bad guy here.
Man: All rise. Court is now in session.
Judge Waddell: Mrs. Carver, please rise. I'm ready to pronounce sentence.
Chloe: I want to believe your story, I really do. I want to believe in things that don't seem real, but are if you believe hard enough.
Kevin: That's not logical. A thing is either real or it isn't.
Brady: I don't know. I've had some things happen to me lately that I can't explain. I mean, they're real to me. Well, I know they're real.
Belle: Well, maybe we all need to start listening differently and believing.
Judge Waddell: Alexandra Carver, after careful deliberation and consideration, it is the decision of this court that justice would not be served by sentencing you to prison. It is therefore decided under the laws of this state that you be sentenced to two years probation starting today and 3,000 hours of community service at the Salem Free Clinic. You are also to remain in psychiatric counseling in the care of a practitioner approved by this court, duration of treatment to be not less than one year. You are also enjoined from any contact whatsoever...
John: The man is out of his mind.
Marlena: Let's hear him out.
Judge Waddell: Now known as Beauregard Isaac Theo Brady until such time as the Brady family deems it safe and feasible for you to be allowed access. This order will be strictly enforced by the court.
Hope: Thank God for that.
Judge Waddell: I wish all of you the very best.
Lexie: Thank you, your Honor.
Judge Waddell: Court is adjourned.
Man: All rise.
Lexie: I'm free.
Cameron: That's what the man said.
Lexie: Oh, Cameron, thank you for everything.
Cameron: I have to handle some paperwork with the bailiff. I'll speak with you later.
Lexie: Okay. Mom.
Celeste: I'm so happy for you, darling.
Lexie: I'm so glad you're here, both of you. All of you. Well, I don't know about you, but I'm ready to get out of here before the judge changes his mind, huh?
Celeste: I think a celebration is in order. Maybe a little champagne.
Marlena: Oh, my. There is nothing we can do, is there?
Bo: Not a damn thing.
John: Look at them.
John: Now that Lexie's linked up with her long-lost brother, there's no telling what her next move's going to be.
Craig: The last of it.
[Knock on door]
Craig: Here you go. Come in.
Woman: Sorry to bother you, Dr. Wesley.
Craig: What is it, Emily?
Emily: There's someone to see you. He says it can't wait.
Man: Dr. Craig Wesley?
Craig: Yes. What can I do for you?
Man: You are hereby served by the court of this state.
Nancy: What is it, Craig?
Craig: Lexie's suing the hospital because of the baby switch. Damn! This is the last thing I need right now.
Lexie: Brandon, thank you for being there and for standing by me. And I have never been prouder of being a DiMera. Thank you for understanding and for fighting for me.
Tony: We're family always.
Brandon: What do you say we get out of here?
Celeste: Yes, I agree.
Brandon: You're free now, Alexandra, so let go of this, okay? It's over.
Lexie: [Thinking] No, it's not. It won't be over until all of them have paid.
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