Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 9/27/02--Canada; Monday 9/28/02--USA
Brady: Happy birthday
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday, Chloe
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday, Chloe
happy birthday ha ha ha ha. Cream-filled center. Totally unhealthy. Birthday cake does not get much better than this, Chloe. Live it up.
Brady: Yes, live. Today and tomorrow and the many tomorrows you have in front of you. Blow out your candles.
Chloe: Why two?
Brady: One for this year, and one to grow on.
Craig: We're having a baby.
Nancy: A baby?
Nancy: A sweet little girl.
Craig: Or a boy.
Nancy: Or a boy. Craig, I am so excited about this baby and Chloe’s remission. I feel like hiring a marching band to welcome her home.
Craig: Hey, I will get my trombone that's stashed up in the attic. Do-do-doo! Do-do-doo!
Nancy: That's a great idea.
Craig: Sweetheart, listen, as thrilled as we are about having this baby, you still have a long way ahead of you with this pregnancy, so we're going to have to take very good care of you, okay? And Chloe still has a long journey ahead of her till she'll truly have her health back, so let's not get ahead of ourselves, okay?
Nancy: Okay. I'll try.
Craig: We should be focusing on your first prenatal appointment, which -- ooh! It's a few minutes, mom.
Sami: I only gave you the juiciest story ever -- aliens in the hospital basement. I mean, people are going to eat that up, right? So, my payment -- the $2,000 -- I really need it. I'm trying to kick a romance into high gear. See, he is this really hot guy, and I will do anything to make him mine -- and I mean anything.
Brandon: Samantha, when are you going to learn?
Russell: How are my favorite twins this morning?
Cassie: A man was here.
Russell: What man?
Rex: He knows a lot about us, and he wants to know more.
Russell: Are you playing games with me?
Cassie: We're playing games with each other.
Russell: Tell me who was here.
Bart: I'll get it, sir. Eliana's getting her hair done, and about time, if you ask me.
Bart: Crikey! Here for the free eats, again? Don't they pay you doctors?
Colin: Does your master know you're so rude to his guests?
Bart: Mr. Dimera is my employer, who doesn't like company for breakfast. Why don't you, uh, come back later?
Colin: I must see him now. Good day, Tony. Call off your dog, will you? I need to speak with you alone.
Tony: Oh, Bart, that will be all. You can continue with your surveillance and spying activity.
Colin: Thank you.
Tony: Are you a little wired this morning?
Colin: I've been up all night, uploading photos, studying data.
Tony: I hope this is not going to be a waste of time. I'm not in the mood to suffer fools this morning.
Colin: Oh. When you hear what I've got to say, you'll call me a genius. I hit the bloody jackpot last night.
Tony: Jackpot? That sounds promising.
Colin: The government is holding two humanoid life forms in the hospital basement -- one boy, one girl. Twins, apparently. They're being studied.
Colin: They're 17, 18 years old in appearance.
Tony: Where'd they come from?
Colin: Well, they arrived in a pod of some sort.
Tony: A pod?
Colin: Mm. They landed on a hilltop in Salem during the meteor shower. I'm completely serious.
Tony: No, no, I can see that. Please, go on. Don't skip a single thing.
Russell: I can't believe security was breached. Who is this man who visited you? Can you describe him?
Rex: You know him.
Cassie: Belle's father.
Russell: John black? Well, why didn't you say so?
Rex: We just did.
Cassie: He and belle and Marlena are a family.
Rex: We're a family -- brother and sister.
Cassie: But no mother or father.
Rex: But Marlena cares about us.
Cassie: So does belle.
Rex: Not her father, though.
Russell: Why do you say that?
Cassie: He doesn't trust us. He looks at us like we're hiding secrets.
Russell: Well, you are, aren't you?
Cassie: We're not hiding anything. Marlena asks us questions, and we answer. You ask us questions, and we answer. We answer everything when we're in a trance, when we're not in a trace. We're not hiding a thing. Marlena believes us. Just not belle's father.
Russell: And if you could just tell us who you are, where you came from...
Cassie: If we knew, we'd tell you.
Russell: All right, calm down.
Rex: We're tired of being studied. Can we stop now?
Russell: Not until we find out your secrets.
Cassie: What if you never do?
Sami: I'll get back to you. Brandon, don't be mad.
Brandon: No matter how many times you're warned, you just keep right on messing up. You're just lucky it was me that caught you, not Brenda.
Brandon: Mm-hmm. You know how she feels about you making personal phone calls on the job. Who was it this time, a psychic?
Sami: I don't need a psychic or a crystal ball or a gypsy fortuneteller. I make my own good luck.
Brandon: Mm. That's what gets you into trouble.
Sami: Yeah, but not this time. I'm planning a surprise for you.
Brandon: Oh, yeah? What kind of surprise?
Sami: Something out of this world.
Brady: All right! Now let me cut the cake. You don't think I'm going to let you eat this whole thing, do you? Spared no expense.
Chloe: Brady, this is the best birthday celebration I've ever had. Of course, I haven't had that many. Hey, how did you know that today was the day?
Brady: Craig mentioned it when I called him yesterday to let him know you were still okay. He said he and your mother were kind of hoping you'd be home sometime today.
Chloe: Oh, god, Nancy’s not planning a big party for me, is she? That's just the kind of thing that she would do. You know what? We're so different; it's hard to believe we're related sometimes.
Brady: I'm sure she just wants to see you and give you a big birthday hug.
Chloe: You don't know Nancy. If I say that I want a new pair of jeans, she buys every pair in my size. I like things to be low-key, from the heart -- like this. This is the perfect way to celebrate.
Brady: Well, I was kind of limited by the selection at the general store when we went shopping yesterday.
Chloe: So that's what you were doing. I thought you went to go buy some men's magazine or something you didn't want me to see.
Brady: What? No! I'm not into that trash!
[Chuckles] Come on, hey. Happy thoughts on your birthday.
Chloe: I'm trying, Brady, but then my mind just keeps going to the dark side. Like, what if this is the last birthday I'll ever have? I mean, we didn't find my biological father, so I may never get that bone marrow transplant. And if I never get that transplant...
Brady: Your leukemia is in remission. It's going to give us some time. If I could give you one thing for your birthday, I'd give you hope.
Chloe: I'm trying to be hopeful, Brady, but then those dark thoughts just take over again.
Brady: Does it help knowing you're going home today to celebrate 18 years of life?
Chloe: You know what I really feel, Brady? Like I'm going home to die. Let me jot this down.
Colin: I hacked into the computer files, got hold of all the classified information.
Tony: No, no, but get to the part of the humanoids. Twins, you said.
Colin: That's right. Belle and Marlena both saw them with a key.
Tony: A key?
Colin: Identical to the one your father gave you.
Tony: The one john stole from me. So, if this key connects me to my father, it also connects the twins to him.
Colin: And to you.
Tony: Of course it does. They arrived the night of the meteor shower -- the Gemini shower. Oh, my god. I must give john a lot more credit than I do. Do you know that he's been baiting me, testing me with the name Gemini to see if I would respond, just the way I was doing to him? I mean, he knew about it. And he's been trying to find a connection between the boy and the girl and my father.
Colin: Actually, john found evidence to prove the connection. The twins had tattoos on their arms -- tattoos of the phoenix.
Rex: We weren't sent to Salem for any bad purpose.
Russell: How can you be sure? Hmm? Look at your arms. Those tattoos mean you're connected to Stefano dimera, and he's about as bad as they come.
Cassie: Doesn't mean that we're bad.
Russell: We could go around and around that question, but so far we haven't come up with any answers that satisfy me, and until we do, I'm going to have to study you. I'm sorry.
Cassie: We want to see Dr. Marlena. When will she be back?
Russell: She's in a meeting, talking about you and your future. Relax, kids. Try not to worry.
Rex: Not worry? Is he kidding? I don't know how to do that, do you?
Cassie: I don't have a clue.
Brandon: A surprise that's out of this world, huh? Hmm. Give me a hint.
Sami: Nuh-unh. You're just going to have to trust me.
Brandon: I want to trust you, Samantha. You don't know how much.
Sami: You can. Just do it.
Brandon: You're right. I mean, now that all the craziness with victor and my sister is done with, we're free to see each other. So, why aren't we... I mean, we, uh... we, uh... still haven't had our first time, you know?
Sami: Don't I know it.
Man: Hi. Sami Brady?
Brandon: What are you doing here? You are too dirty to be in a hospital.
Man: Hey, back off!
Brandon: Think I don't remember you? All those trashy stories you wrote about the baby switch a few months back? You disgust me.
Man: Hey, I write for the "intruder." I don't own it.
Brandon: That is not writing. That is cashing in on people's pain. What do you want with Samantha? ()
Brandon: You know this guy?
Sami: No. I mean, I didn't know he was a reporter. He's here for an x-ray. They're supposed to check in here now. New security rules.
Brandon: Is that right?
Man: Yeah. I'm having my lungs x-rayed. I'm a smoker.
Brandon: Well, that figures. I have to check and see a patient. This guy gives you any problems, page me.
Sami: I will. Thank you for worrying about me.
Brandon: I'll be back in a little bit.
Sami: I can't wait.
Man: The guy has got a steel grip.
Sami: Yeah, well, he works out, okay? So that was really dumb. They told me you were going to be discreet.
Man: Hey, Mr. Muscles here started the scene, not me.
Sami: If anyone finds out that I'm the one who sold the alien story to the "intruder," I'm toast around here. I could lose my job; I might even lose my boyfriend.
Man: Look, don't worry about it. I don't care about what you do or who you do it with. All I care about is getting the story.
Craig: Hey. I thought I told you to never come back to this hospital.
Brady: Chloe, you're not going to die. Listen to me. You need a bone marrow transplant. We're going to get you one by finding your real father or finding somebody else.
Chloe: You sound so sure.
Brady: It's because I am sure -- hell, yeah! Listen to me. I'm not giving up, and neither are you. And your folks aren't giving up, and your friends aren't giving up. Believe me, Chloe. Hey, I've earned that. I've never lied to you.
Chloe: That's true. You haven’t.
Brady: Therefore, I'm making a pledge. This birthday and every single one of your birthdays here forth I will celebrate it with you with a dumb birthday song and a two-bit birthday cake.
Chloe: Hey, don't put down my birthday cake. I love it.
Brady: Okay. Well, I'd better rustle up some breakfast. Man can't live by birthday cake alone. Then we have to pack up and hit the road.
Chloe: Hey, wait. Wait, wait, wait. I'm the birthday girl. Don't I get to make a speech thanking everyone? Which, in this case, means thanking you. Really, Brady, thank you for not letting me give up and for giving me hope and for making me laugh... and for this amazing cake.
Brady: Wait till your 19th birthday.
Chloe: You'll never top this. To next year.
Brady: To next year.
Cassie: What are you doing?
Rex: Looking for stuff.
Cassie: What stuff?
Rex: Anything, so I won't be bored.
Cassie: Well, maybe if you talked to me instead of surfing the 'net all the time.
Rex: I do talk to you. Now that we've remembered all our words, we talk and talk and talk, but it doesn't get us out of this room.
Cassie: There's a door.
Rex: Yes, but we're not allowed to use it, just the people who come stare at us like we're creatures in a zoo.
Cassie: An alien zoo.
Rex: Alien freak show!
Cassie: Shh. Show me what you were looking up.
Rex: It's all about the United States of America. That's where we live now.
Cassie: Oh, my gosh, I didn't know that. Duh.
Rex: Okay. So you knew that. But did you know about the country's history?
Cassie: History is boring.
Rex: No, it's not. Listen to this. I love this part. It's in the declaration of independence.
Cassie: The one that begins "when in the course of human events"?
Rex: Yeah. That one.
Cassie: What part do you love so much?
Rex: You'll see. "We hold these truths to be self-evident."
Cassie: Like, major duh!
Rex: Right. "That all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights."
Cassie: Wait a second. "Inalienable"? Since belle and everyone keep calling us aliens, does it mean we have these rights or we don't have them?
Rex: Got me. Listen to what they are -- "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
Cassie: Liberty and the pursuit of happiness -- rex, we're one for three. That's a terrible record.
Rex: We've got life.
Cassie: Alien life.
Rex: Human life. We're just like Shawn and belle.
Cassie: Shawn and belle don't have these tattoos. They don't have those bracelets. Shawn and belle can walk through that door whenever they want. No one is letting us pursue our happiness.
Rex: You're right, and we got to fix that.
Tony: Oh, father... what were you up to with these children, these twins? The mind boggles at the implications.
Colin: A team of scientists put them through a phalanx of tests. They deduced the twins were genetically engineered.
Tony: What are we to do, father? Inscrutable to the last. You know, arrangements must be made now. I mean to speak to these children.
Colin: Never happen. Security's too tight. They're being held under lock and key down in the hospital basement.
Tony: Oh, don't be ridiculous! I'm linked to these children somehow. I've got to at least lay eyes on them.
Colin: That I can help you with. I snapped a few photos of them while I was down there, printed them up for you. Behold the Gemini twins.
Tony: Good man. Good man.
Tony: I wish I could find a physical resemblance to my father -- something beyond the sign of the phoenix.
Colin: Sorry, I thought you'd be pleased to see their faces.
Tony: Oh, of course I am. I'm delirious. Don't take that the wrong way. I'm just trying to find rhyme or reason to all of this, but the point is -- that your research papers? Let me go through them again, just in case you missed something. Take me through the whole story, point by point, piece by piece. I've got to find out who these twins are, why they were sent to Salem, what my father did to them. I'll tell you one thing for sure -- my father would never want them to be under government control. That's why I've got to free them, to get them under my control and find out who the hell they are instead.
Cassie: "The right of the people to be secure in their person and their houses..."
Rex: "The right to a speedy and public trial..."
Cassie: "The right for citizens to vote." Hear, hear. I vote that Cassie and rex be allowed to leave this room and live normal teenage lives. All in favor, say aye.
Rex and Cassie: Aye!
Cassie: All opposed? Motion passes.
Rex: If America is the land of the free, then why aren't we free?
Cassie: Let us out!
Rex: We haven't committed any crimes.
Cassie: It's no use. They can't hear us. Even if they could, they just ignore us. We should be able to live our lives free the way belle and Shawn do.
Rex: Right on. I want to be with other people. No offense.
Cassie: I want to be with other people, too. Belle.
Rex: Shawn. Maybe they can help us get out of here, but I don't know how with all those guards outside.
Cassie: Lucky for you, you have a very smart sister. This is what we're going to do.
Craig: So, what's the dirt you're digging up now, hmm?
Nancy: Craig, honey, calm down.
Craig: No, no. It's reporters like this guy who give journalists a bad name.
Sami: He's here for his x-ray.
Craig: Oh, is he? Is that what he told you?
Sami: Yeah, he's having his, um, lungs looked at.
Man: I'm a three pack a day man.
Craig: You're a fool on top of being a total sleaze.
Man: Well, I've got the same right as anybody else to be here, and you can't deny me health care.
Craig: Is his name on the list, Sami?
Sami: Well... I mean, I...
Craig: Let me find out.
Nancy: Craig, honey, we have to get to our appointment.
Craig: Fine. You make sure he gets his x-ray and he gets the hell out of here, you got it?
Sami: Yeah, yeah, no, totally, definitely. God, you are not going to win any popularity contests around here. You should just get lost. Oh, wait a second. When do I get my money?
Man: Oh. You know, the story's going to break any minute. You'll hear from me.
Brandon: Samantha. I know what your secret is.
Brady: We're going to find your biological father, Chloe. Hey, at least we know he has a son out there somewhere. It's going to be okay.
Chloe: I can't help but be mad at Philip for messing up everything.
Brady: I can't help blaming Philip for a lot of things.
Chloe: Well, it's just as much my fault.
Brady: No, it's not.
Chloe: What I mean is, Philip was just being himself.
Brady: What, uh, self-involved and obsessive?
Chloe: He does care about me, Brady, in spite of his flaws in character. Basically, because... I believed I was unlovable, I think, when Philip told me he loved me, it meant so much to me. It was like a fairy tale. The handsome rich young prince falls for the geeky girl with glasses. I felt so special that I convinced myself our love was written in the stars. Instead, it turned out to be totally wrong for me and for him, too, of course, but he refuses to see that.
Brady: Philip wanted to be the one to save you, like another fairy tale. Uncle Phil is all about the fantasy. Reality makes him nervous. That's why he tries to buy his way out of all of his problems.
Chloe: I wish I could buy my way out of my illness.
Brady: Chloe, you are handling your illness with courage and determination and a -- and a sense of humor.
Chloe: But it's not going to be much fun running into Philip back in Salem.
Brady: Well, hey, I mean, Chloe... I'll be there if you need me for anything.
Brady: You know, Philip was right about one thing.
Chloe: What's that?
Brady: He does have a reason to be jealous of me.
Nancy: I was so excited about our first prenatal visit, but it was such a letdown.
Craig: Well, it's still very early. There's not a lot to see yet. But you just wait until our first sonogram.
Nancy: Craig, I'm a little worried about the amniocentesis. Dr. Bader said that there could be some discomfort. You know what that's a code for -- excruciating pain.
Craig: It's not that bad.
Nancy: You've never had one.
Craig: This is true, but I'll be there to hold your hand.
Nancy: One good thing about the amnio -- it'll let us know whether the baby's a match for Chloe. What's the name of that test again?
Craig: Hla. And Dr. Bader will do it at the time of the amnio.
Nancy: Oh. Craig, I thought we were going to have to wait until the baby was born to find out. That would've been awful. I would've been a basket case for the full nine months.
Craig: I got you something.
Nancy: Presents for me? But it's not my birthday. It's Chloe’s birthday. What is it?
Craig: It's something to give you hope.
Chloe: You always told Philip he was paranoid for being jealous of you.
Brady: Yeah, I know.
Chloe: Uh, you told him you and I were friends.
Brady: We are. I wasn't lying about that. But Philip wasn't imagining things when he felt that there was something going on between us. We have a connection, Chloe. We always have.
Chloe: We have so much in common. We both love music.
Brady: It's more than just that.
Brady: I was never willing to admit it to myself. In a way, Philip was braver than I was. I mean, he didn't care about making a fool of himself. I've had these feelings for a -- for a very long time, but it was never the right time. And it meant a lot to me not to take advantage of your vulnerability. Even now I still worry about that, because you're dealing with so much, and I just -- I don't want to add to your problems.
Chloe: Brady, you don't add to my problems. You help me solve them.
Brady: Yeah, I know. I've learned that on this trip. In big ways and in lots of little ways, Philip stirs things up. He makes things worse than they already are. You and I -- we get the job done. We get it done right, and we have fun doing it. Being with you is so easy, peaceful.
Chloe: I've noticed the same thing. I couldn't be as hopeful without you. I don't know. I-I just feel like you always give me what I need.
Brady: Speaking of giving you things, I have a birthday gift for you.
Chloe: There's more?
Brady: Of course there is. I'll be right back.
Tony: Let me see if I have got this correctly -- um, belle and her boyfriend Shawn were on the hilltop making out during the meteor shower when the pod landed and it revealed the aliens. They're as naked as the day they were genetically engineered. They're wearing wristbands. Now, under those wristbands they had half a phoenix tattoo. They spoke English in a most astonishing time, which led the doctors to conclude that they had come in contact with the language at an earlier time. That was just a refresher course. Now, the boy has an innate knowledge of computers, and the girl is, well, she's got a photographic memory.
Colin: The one thing neither of them are capable of remembering is who they are of where they came from.
Tony: Well, they've been programmed not to provide access to that information.
Colin: Well, if that's the case, we'll never find out.
Tony: Oh, I'll find out. That's why I need to see them -- to talk to them.
Sami: Brandon, you know what my surprise is?
Brandon: It's more like a guess. Are you taking me on a romantic picnic?
Sami: Well, you got the romantic part right. And there might be a picnic involved. There certainly could be. I haven't decided yet.
Brandon: What about kissing?
Nicole: You mean, will there be kissing? I think that that's a pretty good bet.
Brandon: Yeah, I think you're right.
Sami: You know, if Brenda doesn't like me making phone calls on the job, it's a pretty good guess that she won't like me kissing on the job. You don't want me to get fired, do you?
Brandon: I want you, that's all I know. It's all I think about anymore. I need you close to me. Come here.
Colin: There's no way you'll be able to snatch the twins out from under the nose of the united states government.
Tony: You got through security, didn't you?
Colin: I was lucky.
Tony: Well, my father would not accept defeat. Neither will I. Whatever it requires, I'll find a way to get the twins out of there. We'll just have to go through the right channels.
Colin: Channels? The government's not even admitting they have the twins, and the entire project's extremely hush-hush!
Tony: Bart, please, I'm in the middle of a strategy session.
Bart: Believe me, sir; you'll want to read this.
Tony: Is there any way I can get rid of you?
Bart: Just take a look. That's all I ask.
Tony: "Space aliens invade Salem"?
Colin: Oh, my god.
Tony: "Gemini twins kept prisoner in university hospital basement." That's not hush-hush anymore.
Cassie: Belle and Shawn would set us free if they could. Teenagers have no real power here.
Rex: Belle's father doesn't trust us, so forget him.
Cassie: The only one that can help us is Dr. Marlena.
Rex: Yeah, we'll talk to her about our inalienable rights.
Cassie: She'll understand she just want to pursue our happiness. What if she wants to help us, though, and spector won't let her?
Rex: Right. He said he's not letting us go until he finds out our secrets.
Cassie: If no one will help us, we'll just make a break for it.
Rex: You mean escape? Cool. I've already set 'em up for it.
Cassie: Me too. We deserve to be free.
Nancy: Chloe as a baby? Where did -- I have never seen that picture before. Where did you find it?
Craig: Well, it was one of the mementos Chloe had from her adopted family. Now, this one... is where our new baby is going to go.
Nancy: Oh, Craig. My two children -- their hearts intertwined. That is so beautiful.
Craig: A symbol of how their lives will be linked together -- interwoven by the power of love... and the miracle of science.
Nancy: You really think this baby will be able to save Chloe’s life?
Craig: Come here. I have many hopes for this baby. That's one of them. I guess -- I guess I believe that all things happen for a reason, just like how Chloe came into our lives when she did so we could get to know her and love her and help her out when she really needs it.
Nancy: I love you.
Brady: Happy birthday.
Chloe: What's this? Looks very elegant. A day at the Salem spa?
Brady: Oh, it's better. Go ahead, open it.
Chloe: Tickets to the metropolitan opera... for next season.
Chloe: Brady, that's a year from now.
Brady: Keep looking.
Chloe: How on earth --
Brady: That's a voucher for the next three seasons after that. Get it? You're going to get to see every single opera at the met for your whole four years at Juilliard. You just found out today that it was my birthday. How did you do all this?
Brady: It wasn't originally intended to be a birthday gift. You were in the middle of chemo, and the feeling was really grim, so I needed to do something positive, to help you focus on the future.
Chloe: I've been trying to not think about the future.
Brady: Yeah, I know, but you're holding the future in your hands. Tomorrow is as real as those opera tickets. You just got to believe in it.
Chloe: Brady, this is the most wonderful thing that anybody has ever done for me. I don't know what to say or how to thank you.
Brady: Just looking at your face is all the thanks I need. You look so happy.
Chloe: I feel happy. That only happens when I'm with you.
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