Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 3/17/03--Canada; 3/18/03--USA
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Mimi: Is this your firs St. Patrick's day?
Rex: [ Speaks Gaelic ]
Brady: Dr. Wesley.
Craig: Brady, that was fast.
Brady: As soon as I heard the page, I started running. Has something happened to Chloe?
Craig: No, but, um, I think she needs you.
[ Doorbell rings ]
John: All right, all right, hold your horses. I got a lot of ground to cover. Hang on. Yeah.
Belle: Thank god you're home.
John: Why didn't you use your keys, sweetheart?
Belle: I need you, dad.
Cassie: Thank you, Shawn. It's beautiful. "Dear belle, I've loved you ever since I first --"
Marlena: Cassie. I'm shocked.
Bo: Hey. How was your session with Marlena? Making any progress? Hello, anybody home?
Hope: Brady, he was there.
Hope: Larry Welch. Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.
Brady: Something go wrong with the chemo?
Craig: No, no, it's standard. Uh... she's just feeling the side-effects, Brady. I-I tried to reassure her, but she wouldn't respond, and that's why -- that's why I thought you'd fare better.
Brady: Well, I'll do anything, you know that.
Craig: I know, I know. Look, Mrs. Wesley and the baby are due to leave the hospital today, and quite honestly, I'm just overwhelmed.
Brady: I completely understand.
Craig: Um, I'm glad she has you in her life, Brady.
Brady: Hey there. Uh, your dad said that you weren't feeling very well. What's going on?
Chloe: Leave me alone.
Chloe: You can't be with me right now, Brady. Please just go.
Cassie: Um, Marlena -- mom -- I can explain.
Marlena: I thought you never had to crack a book. My genius daughter. Are you actually studying?
Cassie: Some courses are easier than others.
Marlena: Yeah. I had an awful time with chemistry when I was in school. How about you?
Cassie: I guess you're here to see belle.
Marlena: No, no, I came to find you.
Marlena: Didn't you get my voicemail? I was hoping we could spend some time together, just the two of us. Do you have some time for that?
Cassie: I'd love to, but, um, I have to study.
Marlena: Can I help?
Cassie: I don't think so.
Marlena: Everything all right?
Marlena: Cassie, um, I know that I hurt your feelings before -- before I realized what our relationship was. I'd like to make that up to you.
Cassie: I wasn't really studying when you walked in.
Cassie: No, um, I was goofing around and feeling kind of lonely. Everyone in the dorm went to go celebrate some saint's day, but nobody invited me, not even my own brother. I guess I'm just some big loser.
Marlena: You are no such thing, and I'll prove it to you. Come on. We're going out.
Marlena: Okay, get your coat, and come with me. That's my girl.
John: Hey, hey, what's the matter, Izzy B.?
Belle: It's probably nothing.
John: Yeah? It doesn't feel like nothing.
Belle: Why did I have to make that stupid phone call?
John: I don't know. I don't know what you're talking about. Come on, honey, why don't you sit down and tell me what it's all about?
Belle: I called Shawn. He's away overnight at this baseball game, and a girl answered, so I freaked out and hung up.
John: Oh, well, it, uh, it could've been anyone.
Belle: It was his cell phone, dad. Don't you get it? It was probably in the pocket of his letter jacket.
John: I see. And you think this, uh, female person was wearing it?
Belle: Or she was in his room the morning after the game. Maybe Shawn did score a home run.
John: You actually think Shawn picked up a baseball groupie?
Belle: No. Maybe. I'm all mixed up.
John: Sweetheart, come on. You and Shawn have been through so much. You've always managed to work things out. Now, if this thing is true love, there's really no need to panic because no one can come between you, right?
Belle: I always thought our love could get us through anything. But it's not that simple, you know?
John: Yeah, I know.
Bo: What do you mean larry was there?
Hope: Not physically.
Bo: But you had another vision?
Hope: No, no, no, nothing like that. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you. It was just so intense.
Bo: Start from the beginning. Tell me everything.
Hope: Okay. Marlena asked me to imagine that larry was present in the session so I could blast him for every rotten thing he's ever done to our family. Let me tell you, if he had been there, he'd be dead from all the anger that I let fly.
Bo: All right. Remind me to thank Marlena.
Hope: Brady, I feel free. I mean, I feel so free.
Lexie: Good news?
Hope: Oh, hi. Ha ha ha. Well, let's just say it's a brand-new day in the Brady household.
Lexie: Ah. Well, I just came to see Abe. Is he still here?
Bo: Yeah, he's in his office.
Lexie: Oh, um, I'm really worried about him, Bo. Except for a few hours at the carnival, he's been working around the clock. I was hoping to get him to stop, have some supper.
Bo: We're pretty busy around here.
Lexie: Yeah, but with larry Welch behind bars, I thought you both would have some time to breathe.
Bo: Yeah, I wish.
Abe: Oh, hey, little mama.
Lexie: Hi, Abe.
Abe: Hey. Mmm... oh.
Bo: It's okay, I got it.
Abe: Thank you.
Bo: It's all right.
Bo: Eddie Monell's been released?
Abe: We have no grounds to hold him.
Bo: Damn it, Abe.
Bo: I'm not going to let this happen again.
Abe: You're not going anywhere.
Mimi: What did you say to me?
Rex: [ Speaks Gaelic ]
Mimi: I think you've been studying too hard. This is what we call brain zappage.
Rex: It's Gaelic. I just wished you happy St. Patrick's day, good health, and a long life.
Mimi: You speak Gaelic?
Rex: Well, more or less. I did a little research on the holiday, played around with the lingo for a couple hours, so I thought I'd try it out on you.
Mimi: You're scary.
Rex: Good scary or bad scary?
Mimi: Good, I think.
Rex: Hey, wait -- what is that green stuff everyone is drinking?
Mimi: It's beer and punch with green food coloring for the Irish.
Rex: Do you have Irish genes?
Mimi: One or two -- my granny was Irish. She knitted these for me.
Rex: Oh, you know, I forgot to wear green.
Mimi: Oh, it doesn't matter, as long as you enjoy yourself. The Irish -- they like to party hearty.
Caroline: All right, everybody, let's dance!
Mimi: Dance with me.
Rex: Oh, I don't know how.
Mimi: Just try and follow. You don't have to be an expert.
Rex: Yes, I do.
[ Irish music playing ]
Craig: Hey, sweetie.
Nancy: Hey. Finally.
Craig: Yeah. You ready?
Nancy: Yes, I wanted to walk, but the nurse insisted that I get into this contraption.
Craig: Well, it's hospital policy, you know that.
Nancy: Craig, I feel fine. Otherwise, dr. Bader wouldn't have released me.
Craig: You know, why don't you pretend it's a gondola and I'm a gondolier with a mad crush on you?
Nancy: Oh, well, I like that. So, uh, why don't you row me on over to the nursery so that I can pick up joy?
Craig: Si, signora.
Nancy: Ha ha ha ha. Um...
Nancy: But first, can we, um, can we go by and see, uh, Chloe?
Craig: Um, about that, honey, she's not feeling very good, and she actually told me to scram, or words to that effect. So I paged Brady, and hopefully he's having better luck.
Brady: I told you that I was going to stick with you through thick and thin, so don't push me away.
Chloe: I'm having a really bad hair day, so just scram, okay?
Brady: Chloe, come on.
Chloe: Brady, I'm trying to be positive, but right now it's just words... words, words. I don't want you to see me like this.
Brady: You can handle it.
Chloe: You've been through enough with me. I don't want to put you through this again -- all this painful boring crap.
Brady: You're not doing anything to me. I mean, I am responsible for my own feelings, and I want to stay. So is there anything I can do for you or get for you?
Chloe: You can get the hell away.
Chloe: Can you get him out of here, please?
Bo: Get out of my way, Abe.
Abe: You can't undo the shooting, Bo, and you can't throw those gang bangers back in jail.
Bo: Watch me.
Abe: You know, I just got off the phone with Carson palmer. And he's still riled about the way you talked to him earlier.
Bo: Carson palmer is a tight-ass jerk who doesn't care about anything but statistics. You know that.
Abe: Yeah, that may be, but he's got clout. And I just spent a half-hour trying to talk him down. And I had to promise him that I would make sure that you wouldn't take the law into your own hands. You know, after everything that went on with Shawn and larry, if you make it your personal mission to nail those gang bangers, Carson's going have your badge.
Bo: That punk shot an innocent kid, same age as Shawn.
Lexie: There was another drive-by?
Bo: Yeah. And this kid is in I.C.U. Barely holding on. I may be a cop, but I'm also a father, and it's time we cleaned up our streets.
Brady: How's she doing?
Woman: She wants to be alone.
Craig: Hey, Brady.
Nancy: Hi, Brady.
Brady: Hi, Mrs. Wesley, how are you?
Nancy: Well, I'm just fine, thank you. I'm going home today.
Craig: Did Chloe give you... a smile, at least?
Brady: No, no, I was evicted, actually. I think I made things worse.
Nancy: Look, why don't you go take a walk, and I'll talk to her?
Craig: Knock, knock.
Nancy: I know, you don't want any visitors. You want to disappear somewhere deep inside of yourself 'cause you're scared. Somewhere where none of us will disappoint or hurt you in any way. Chloe, sweetheart, that's what you did when you were growing up -- before Craig and I were around, when you had to fend for yourself. We understand. But we brought you a little something that we think you'd like to hold on to.
Nancy: A little bit of joy.
Nancy: She's here to help you, just the way that you are going to be here to help her for many years to come... when you get through all of this.
Marlena: Come on.
[ Cheering and clapping inside ]
[ Irish music playing ]
Shawn: Bravo! Bravo!
Rex: Wow, I am impressed!
Mimi: My granny always said, "all your brains are in your feet, girl."
Rex: Well, that's not true.
Mimi: Oh, look who's here.
Marlena: Hey, rex. I'm so glad to see you. Happy St. Patrick's day.
Rex: [ Speaks Gaelic ]
Marlena: Oh, my.
Cassie: Showoff. How's the party? I promised I would show Cassie a really good time tonight.
Mimi: I think there's a guy here who'd like to spend a little more time with you.
Cassie: Who -- Shawn?
Bo: You didn't see this kid lying in I.C.U. Very easily could've been Shawn.
Hope: Look at me. You have to try to keep some professional distance.
Bo: Hope, his parents are probably going through hell right now there but for the grace of god.
Abe: I hear what you're saying, buddy. You know, being a parent totally changes your perspective. We have to find a way to stop this tide of violence in the city before any other kids lose their lives. So I'm with you on that, believe me.
Lexie: Ooh! Ha ha ha!
Abe: What is it?
Lexie: He just kicked again. Do you want to feel?
Hope: I'd love to.
Lexie: Right here. Ha ha ha ha.
Hope: Oh, gosh.
Lexie: Yeah, thank goodness for those Lamaze classes. We're a little nervous, but at least they're briefing Abe on what to expect.
Abe: Oh. Oh, that reminds me -- that reminds me. Sweetheart...
Abe: I'm going to miss class number five. I've got a meeting at the mayor's office.
Lexie: Oh, honey...
Hope: My gosh, I just felt -- he's a real kick boxer, isn't he?
Lexie: Uh-huh, yeah.
Hope: Why don't I take Abe's place at the next Lamaze classes he misses?
Lexie: Really? You mean it?
Hope: Yeah, why not? It'll bring back memories.
Lexie: That would be great. I-I just, uh, well, ha ha ha...
Hope: I know.
Lexie: I didn't expect you to...
Hope: Let the past be the past. Like I said, it's a new day in the Brady household. Who knows? Maybe, uh... it could be a new day for us, too.
Lexie: I missed you so much.
Hope: Me too. Me too. Friends?
Lexie: Oh, yeah! We're friends, yes. Yes, yes, yes.
John: You are my princess.
Belle: Yeah, well, at least you still see me in a special way.
John: So does mom. So does Shawn. You don't even know how loved you are, do you?
[ Doorbell rings ]
John: Just when you think the nest is empty.
Brady: This is a bad time
Belle: No. No.
Brady: No, belle, I can -- I can come back later. It's not a problem.
Belle: Wait. What's the update on Chloe?
Brady: Well, as you saw before, she's physically okay, but ever since you left, she's become really depressed, and I've been trying to make it easy for her, but I don't know what to do anymore.
John: Sometimes, there's nothing you can do, son, except just be there.
Belle: Will you give her my love next time you see her?
Brady: Yes. Yes, I will.
Belle: Well, I better get going. I'm going to be late.
Brady: For what?
Belle: Something important that I just remembered. Bye, dad.
John: Belle, you going to be all right?
John: Sorry to hear about Chloe, son.
Brady: Dad, I've been trying to keep it all in perspective, you know? She's -- she's going through chemo now so she can get her transplant, and then she's going to be cured.
John: We're all going to say some special prayers tonight.
Brady: How'd you do it? How did you deal with it when mom was so sick? I mean, did you feel as helpless as I do right now?
Mimi: Shawn's not here. He had a game out of town.
Cassie: I know, I just -- I thought maybe he'd come back early.
Mimi: Please tell me you're not still carrying a torch for Shawn.
Cassie: Are you kidding? No, I'm so over him.
Cassie: Yeah. There's a lot of cool guys at Salem U.
Mimi: There's lots of cool guys right here at this party.
Cassie: I know. How do I get them to notice me?
Mimi: Do you know how to dance a jig?
Hope: Are you going to keep working at the free clinic after the baby arrives?
Lexie: I'm almost finished with my community service, but practicing there has put me back in touch with how much I love being a doctor. So I'll take some time off after the birth, of course, and then, we'll see.
Abe: Hey, honey, don't be in so much of a rush. I mean, you've waited a long time to be a mama.
Lexie: I know, I know. I'm not rushing. I'm thinking a few years down the line when he's in school, doesn't need me as much.
Hope: You know, I've been thinking about that, too. I mean, Zack's almost ready for preschool now, and then I may have all this time on my hands. Hmm... maybe I'll rejoin the force.
Bo: I don't think so.
Hope: Don't you guys need some help around here?
Bo: It's too dangerous.
Hope: Do I detect a double standard? Too dangerous for me, but not for you?
Bo: You got that right.
Hope: Hmm... don't worry. I'm not going to become a cop again, or at least I don't think so. Anyway, I am very concerned about this crime wave. I'd like to do something to help protect the children of this community.
Bo: You're not putting yourself in the line of fire. You'll have to come up with something else.
Hope: All right, Brady. You just watch me.
Bo: You're not making a move without me.
Hope: I don't know about that, Brady.
Lexie: Okay, I've got a great idea. Why don't we all go to the Brady pub and lift a glass to St. Patrick, huh?
Abe: Uh, soda water for you, toots, huh?
Lexie: Yeah, yeah, I know, but still, you should come along and keep an eye on me just the same.
Abe: She thinks I've been working too hard.
Lexie: I think that we all need to relax.
Bo: You know, you guys go ahead. I got to stick around here and tie up some loose ends.
Hope: Your folks would never forgive you.
Lexie: Plus, they give the best St. Paddy's party in town, Bo.
Abe: You know what? I'm sorry to pull rank, but I'm going to order you to take the rest of the evening off.
Hope: Hear, hear! Yes!
Abe: I should probably pull you off the drive-by case, anyway, put somebody else in charge.
Bo: Abe --
Abe: Somebody with a cooler head.
Bo: Hey, I'm fine.
Hope: Come along with me, my wild Irish lover! Oh...
Bo: You're ganging up on me.
Hope: Oh, yes, we are. Let's go.
Oh, Brady boy
Abe: The pipes
the pipes are calling
Bo: I gotta get my coat. I'll be right there.
Abe: All right, we'll be out here waiting for you.
Abe: And down
[ Irish music playing ]
Cassie: Thank you. You're a very good teacher. Are you just sucking up to me because you like my brother?
Cassie: You like him. I can tell.
Mimi: Rex is, um, yeah...
Cassie: You can say it. He's hot.
Mimi: Okay, yeah, he is. He is. Um... I mean, he's also very hard to read. I mean, sometimes I feel like we're really connecting, you know, and then the next minute, it's like he gets all superior and then he looks down on me. What's the deal?
Cassie: He is who he is.
Mimi: Well, I mean, come on, you're twins, for Pete's sake.
Cassie: We're not psychic. I don't know what he's thinking. You have to figure him out for yourself.
Marlena: Rex. Do you enjoy Mimi?
Rex: Um... why?
Marlena: It seems like you do when you look at her.
Rex: Yeah. Mimi's all right.
Marlena: You know, when you -- when you want a relationship to -- to grow, you need to tend to it... like, uh, a garden.
Rex: Lots of fertilizer?
Marlena: No. I've given you the wrong image. Um, it's just very important for you to be honest and to be true to your word and to let yourself be vulnerable for the other person.
Rex: Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Marlena: No, not at all.
Rex: "Vulnerable" comes from the Latin meaning "to wound." If you're vulnerable, you wind up getting hammered. It's not good to let people see what you're feeling. You lose your power that way.
[ Irish music playing ]
Man: Hey, look who just walked in. Now the party can really begin.
Chloe: Sorry I pushed you away before.
Craig: Don't be. I understand.
Chloe: I pushed Brady away, too, and he was trying so hard.
Nancy: Honey, he understands, too.
Chloe: He has this idea that I'm in a cocoon, and I'm going to emerge as something beautiful.
Nancy: And you will.
Chloe: Well, I'm trying to believe that, but... I'm just really scared right now. It's really hard to stay focused on the positive. And it's upsetting me. I just keep having all these thoughts that I know I shouldn't be having, like, what if the... transplant doesn't take? What if I just keep getting sicker and sicker? I'm sorry. I hate myself when I'm like this.
Nancy: No, don't. Chloe, you are allowed to be scared sometimes.
Craig: It's okay.
Nancy: It is okay. I think it's good that you're talking about it, instead of pushing all those feelings deep down inside yourself.
Chloe: I'm tired.
Craig: I bet you are. Hey. Listen to me. I'm going to be here all day and all night, checking in on you around the clock. So you just go to bed, okay?
Nancy: You just remember that we all love you.
Craig: We'll see you later. Get some rest.
Nancy: Craig, I can't leave her like this.
Craig: I know, I know. Listen, Nancy, honey, look at me. Your blood pressure has gone down, but you're not out of the woods yet, and I want you to concentrate on taking care of yourself and the baby. You just leave Chloe to me, okay?
Nancy: Sweetheart, she is my firstborn.
Craig: I know.
Nancy: I'm going home today, and I'm taking one little girl to love and care for... but I'm leaving another little girl to fend --
Craig: I know. Come here, come here.
Nancy: That little girl to fight for her life, Craig.
Craig: I know, I know. It's okay. To save energy.
John: It's a horrible waiting game, son. The woman you love is literally going through hell, and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.
Brady: I just -- I feel so much for Chloe, you know, but she -- she won't let me voice it. She won't let me do anything for her.
John: She may be pushing you away, but... believe me, she knows that you're there, and deep down, that's -- that's going to be a comfort to her.
Brady: Yeah, but, see, I can't tell.
John: Trust me.
Brady: When she tells me to -- to go aw,, to leave her alone, what the hell do I do?
John: That means don't push yourself on her. Don't make Chloe feel that she needs to do anything, except heal herself. She'll come around.
Brady: Mom didn't.
John: Times are different. There has been a lot of medical advances since your mother left. All you got to do is just hang in there and be strong, kid. Just keep doing what you're doing, and... you know what I found is... the key to love -- is knowing when to push and when to back off.
Marlena: Very, very, very good. Very good. Hi, sweetie. Oh...welcome to the party.
Belle: This was probably a mistake.
Belle: I'm not exactly in the partying mood. I just didn't know what to do with myself.
Mimi: Belle! We were hoping you'd turn up. Come join us. We're just a bunch of dancing fools tonight.
Rex: Yeah, Mimi got Cassie out on the dance floor. She's pretty good at this jig stuff.
[ Irish song begins playing ]
Mimi: And now it's your turn, and I'm not taking no for an answer this time.
Marlena: Pardon me. I'm going to check on Caroline.
Belle: Oh -- mom --
Cassie: So, Mimi's been really nice to me tonight. I think she wants to hang out. You wouldn't mind sharing your best friend, would you?
Belle: Why not? We share everything else.
Cassie: I bet you wish Shawn was here.
Belle: He'll be back soon enough.
Cassie: So, have you guys had sex yet?
Lexie: Hey! Oh, it's so good to see you feeling so well! Happy St. Paddy's day!
Shawn: How you doin', lad?
Caroline: Happy St. Paddy's day, everybody!
Abe: Look at this -- green beer! My favorite! Wow!
Shawn: All right! How about a toast to us and those who love us! Huh? And those who don't love us, too! May god turn their hearts! And if he don't turn their hearts, may he turn their ankles so we'll know them by their limping!
[ Laughter ]
Hope: Aren't you glad we made you come here?
[ Cellular phone rings ]
Bo: Oh! Excuse me.
Hope: Hey, this is such a great party!
Bo: Brady. Oh, god.
Craig: Hey, Brady. Look who we have here.
Nancy: I couldn't leave without bringing joy to say hi to her big sister. We're gonna say hi. Yes, we are.
Craig: That's our little girl.
Nancy: Go to your daddy. Yes!
Craig: Hi, sweetheart.
John: Excuse me.
John: Got both my girls in the same place. I'm a lucky man, aren't I?
John: Glad to see belle here. She stopped by earlier.
Marlena: Belle came by the penthouse? I didn't know that.
John: Yeah. She and Brady both paid me a visit, one right after another. They were worried about their respective sweethearts. I was flattered. I just hope I could help.
Marlena: I'm sure you did.
John: Yeah. Kind of got me thinking about -- about our family, doc. I really need to stay close to all of you... and I really hate this tension between the two of us. So, is there anything I can do that can get us past this?
Marlena: Dance with me?
Mimi: I like dancing with you.
Rex: Yeah. Well, that's enough of that.
Mimi: Do you want to tell me what's going on in your head?
Mimi: Why not?
Rex: Look, when Cassie and I first got here, everyone said we were like puppies -- too open and foolish. You know, I've decided it's time for a change.
Belle: My love life is none of your business, and people don't go around asking questions like that.
Cassie: I was only trying to help.
Belle: No, you weren't.
Cassie: You know, everyone says if a girl doesn't put out, she risks losing her guy.
Belle: Who's everyone? And I hate that expression -- "put out." It's disgusting.
Cassie: I think it's probably true -- the risk, I mean.
Belle: And then I ask myself, how would you know? Do you have any experience? I don't think so.
Cassie: Yeah, well, that's easy enough to fix.
Cassie: You want to dance?
Mimi: Well, aren't we having fun tonight?
Belle: I'm not.
Mimi: Me neither. Well, I was until rex blew me off.
Belle: I never should have come here.
Mimi: Belle, what happened? What's wrong?
Belle: I wish Shawn had never gone away.
Hope: Hey, bad news?
Bo: Yeah. Ben wells died at university hospital a few minutes ago.
Abe: The kid that was shot in the drive-by?
Bo: Yeah. Apparently, he never regained consciousness.
Lexie: Oh, my god, that's awful.
Abe: Stay out of this, Bo. I'm putting Ron in charge.
Bo: Like hell you are.
Abe: No, that's an order, so don't go back to the station, don't pull out that file, don't talk to the parents -- don't do anything. You're off this case.
Abe: He's making a big mistake.
Sami: I am not a bimbo!
Brandon: I never said you were.
Marlena: Cassie was dancing with a fellow at the pub, and there was sort of a-a wild look in here eyes.
Tony: And you didn't try to stop her?
Belle: I know all about your little one-night-stand.
Shawn-D: You do?
Belle: Come on, Shawn, I talked to her. Last night when I called your cell phone, a girl answered.
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