Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 4/08/03--Canada; 4/09/03--USA
As a matter of fact, your sister and I were just saying this morning how much we were missing you. Are these your things?
Rex: Yeah. If you don't mind, I'm moving back in.
Tony: Mind? No, no, no. I'm delighted. But what brought this on? I thought you were happy with dormitory life.
Rex: Well, I don't want to live hat cassie's been kicked out of. Solidarity, sister.
Cassie: Solidarity! Don't I have a wonderful brother?
[ Glass shatters ]
Tony: W-wait there. Wait a moment. Uh, are you planning t a laboratory in your bedroom? Really, rex,at is this all about?
Man: Here you go.
Kate: Thanks. Hypothetical situation...
Kate: You have strong feelings for someone,you finally get up the nerve to tell that someone...
Man: The three magic words?
Kate: Yeah. Except when you do it, it's over a police radio with god knows how many people listening.
Man: So what did he say?
Man: The guy you said "I love you" to.
Kate: He didn't say anything.
[ Sighs ] Timing's everything, and I blew it.
Man: You mind if i turn this on?
Kate: Go ahead.
Announcer: We interrupt for this announcement. Police have apprehended a suspect in a well-coordinated drug bust. Police officers raided a house on elm avenue in south salem. Shots were fired, and a salem police officer was hit.
Hope: Jen? Jennifer?
Jack: You've got the chance to shred these.
Carson: Yes, all right. Goodbye.
[ Hangs up telephone ]
Carson: Wait a minute.
Roman: Come on, let's go!
Man: Way to go, captain brady! Hey, my wife says she's gonna make you a cake.
Roman: What for?
Man: Says you made salem a safer place to live.
Man #2: Some dirtbag was selling drugs outside my kid's school last week. Was it you, punk?
Roman: All right, let's go.
Man: Captain brady's gonna put you out of business.
Man #3: Hey, captain, congrats on the "I love you" from the roberts dame.
Man #4: Best radio I've heard in a long time.
Abe: Why aren't you at the hospital?
R roman: 'Cause I got my ribs taped up at the scene. I wanted to bring this sleazebag in to the precinct in person. Take care of him. Did you get any word from bo?
Abe: He's tailing vin ramsell.
Roman: He got backup?
Abe: I sent a couple of cars to help him corner the guy. With the roadblocks, we should be able to get this dealer into custody.
Roman: I hope so, abe. A lot of people are counting on us to pull this one off.
Bo: I'm on ramsell's tail.
Dispatcher: Stay with him.
Bo: Oh, okay. He's not making it easy. Oh, man, he's driving like a maniac. Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives. Winnersen and start on an good note. I hope
Carson: Right. Glad I didn't forget you.
Jack: Wait a minute. Jennifer.
Jack: What have you done with jennifer?
Jennifer: Hey. Hi.
Hope: Oh, thank god. I was so afraid. I found a jacket that had blood on it --
Jennifer: No, no, it's just I cut my arm getting out of the trunk. I'm freezing. Now lememe grab my coat.
Hope: Jen, where is she?
Jennifer: I don't know. I have no idea where she went.
Hope: Let's get out of here. I'll take you to the hospital.
Jennifer: What? No. I'm not leaving because she's going to come back.
Maria: Come on, hurry up! Let's go!
Roman: Come on, chaz! Why don't you have a seat here?
Abe: Okay, chaz... short for charles, right?
Chaz: It's, uh...just chaz.
Abe: Well, how long have you worked for vin ramsell, chaz?
Chaz: Look, I don't work for him or anybody else. I don't have time for a job. I'm in college.
Roman: That's past tense, chaz. That is past tense, boy. You're not going to college anymore, you are going to jail. You understand that?
Abe: It doesn't look too good for you, chaz, so why don't you tell us what really goes on over at vin's place?
Chaz: Nothing, man. Look, the only timi I was ever over there was the other night, for a party. I, uh, forgot my sweater and I had to go back.
Roman: Sweater, huh? What kind of sweater?
Chaz: I don't know. Some kind of a, uh, a v-neck job.
Roman: What color, chaz?
Chaz: Color -- I don't know. Green, blue... it was green.
Roman: A hell of a llllege student, huh, abe? Doesn't even know the color of his own sweater.
Chaz: Hell, I got a lot of sweaters. It's easy to forget.
Roman: I'll bet you paid top dollar for those sweaters. I'll bet you make a hell of a lot of money selling for vin.
Chaz: I don't know what you're talking about. Look, all I know is I'm at the house to get my sweater, and all of a sudden your guys show up and start shooting up the place.
Roman: You know what? Bullets were coming both ways. Matter of fact, I don't have a vest on, I'm a dead man.
Chaz: I didn't know what the hell was going on.
Roman: That's right. Yeah, you sure didn't, did ya?
Chaz: Look, your guys just showed up and started shooting up the place.
Chaz: Honest! I swear!
Roman: Oh, he's an innocent baby here, abe. Why don't you get him a rattle and a pacifier, huh?
Abe: Tell you what, chaz. Ahem. You know, I'd like to cut you a break. You know, you're young. You have your whole life in front of you. We might find a way to go easy on you if you tell us everything you know about vin ramsell's drug operation.
Chaz: I would love to tell you, I just don't -- I don't know anything, and --
Roman: You rat bastard!
Abe: Hey, roman, roman!
Roman: Talk to me!
Abe: Hey! Come on, come on. Come on. You know, he's not going to talk. We've hit a dead end.
Roman: Yeah... well, I hope bo's doing a lot better with vin ramsell.
Bo: Damn. Somebody's gonna get killed if I don't get some backup out here. Where the hell are they?
Dispatcher: I've got two cars out, and they're trying to catch up with you.
Bo: Man! He just ran another car off the road. I can't lose him.
Rex: This is a centrifuge. You ever heard of it?
Tony: Yeah -- well, vaguely.
Rex: Well, it's a device used to separate substanc of different densities by spinning them around at high speed. Centrifugal force is a part of inertia that appears to push outward on a body moving in a circle.
Cassie: Right. Now, what does that mean?
Tony: Ha ha ha ha. Well, I think because rex's brain is a little more advanced than mi - -- I think we'll just have to wait for the experiments. I mean, you will be experimenting, from the looks of the equipment here. Is this some project you're doing for the university?
Rex: Well, it's more of an independent study. Uh, some ideas I've been developing on my own. It's one of the reasons I want to move back here -- the company, of course. I mean, now that cassie and i finally have a father, it makes sense to be together as much as we can. Plus, the room at the dorm is just too small, and there's so much noise from everybody partying all the time. It's just not my scene.
Tony: Well, I'm proud of your initiative, and cassie and I will do everything we can to support your work, won't we, cassie?
Cassie: Maybe I'll help you with some of your experiments for a small fee.
Rex: Oh! Ha ha ha ha ha. There is something I need, though -- more money. I can't continue my research without it.
Tony: Oh. No, I'll be happy to underwrite your work. Just tell me what you need and I'll make sure it's there.
Rex: Thank you.
Tony: Are you sure you just don't want to tell us what it is that you're doing? You know, I'm just a little bit curious.
Rex: Well, I'd get into it, but, uh, I don't want to bore you to death. When it gets more interesting, I'lletet you know.
Tony: My son the scientist.
Rex: Hey! That says "extremely fragile." Can't you read?
Cassie: I'm sorry. I didn't realize.
Abe: Come on, let's go. Let's get this slime bucket down to fingerprinting. Remember to smile pretty for the camera, huh? Come on, let's move!
Roman: Well, isn't this cute? Who did this? You two brain surgeons responsible for this?
Man: That would be defacing personal property, captain.
Man #2: I mean, it was pretty cute -- you getting an "I love you" from kate roberts.
Man: Over the police radio! She sounds real serious.
Roman: You guys don't know a joke when you hear one? It's a joke! My brother probably put her up to it.
[ Telephone rings ]
Ran: Brady here. All right, I'm on my way. You, you -- let's go.
Jack: Come on, carson. Come on! Answer me. Where's jennifer?
Carson: How should I know?
Jack: How should you know?
Carson: Don't blame me because you can't keep track of your own woman. Did it occur to you that perhaps jennifer is just tired of you, jack? You know, women like their men to be exciting.
Jack: If you've hurt her in any way, you're going to see --
Carson: You get out of my face, and you stay out! Or I'll charge you with harassment, and I'll make it stick.
Jack: Yeah, we'll just see who makes it stick, all right? Okay, I'll show you. Hey, I got a message.
Jennifer's voice: Jack, where are you? Listen, it's me. I-I'm safe. I'm in an alley behind the old tire factory, and I'm going to call the police, okay? If we can find maria annendel, we can have her charged with kidnapping. I'll see you soon. I love you.
Maria: She's in the trunk. It's stuck. Go take care of it.
Maria: What the hell?! She's gone! That little bitch! I'm gonna kill her if she ruined my car! What the hell? Go look for her! I wasn't even gone 10 minutes. She has to be around!
Rex: I'm, uh, going to go up to my room.
Tony: Oh, wait a moment. I mean, the three of us haven't been together in some time. Why don't you just put your things down?
Rex: That's okay.
Tony: Well, at least, you know, sit down. What's in that box that's so fragile, anyway?
Rex: Some glassware i borrowed from the lab at school.
Tony: Oh, rex, you don't need to borrow things. I can take care of those matters for you.
Rex: Great. Uh, I'll make a list of everything I need and what it'll cost. Thanks again.
Tony: So, cassie, what's going on with you? You got a new project at school?
Cassie: In class, you mean? Nothing as interesting as rex. I am doing a really fun extracurricular activity, though.
Tony: What -- chess club or a mock trial?
Cassie: It's more like a sociology project, but it's quite an honor for me to be chosen because every girl in the entire school wanted to do it.
Tony: Oh, you were chosen. Oh, that's so good for you.
Cassie: I'm going to win, too. I've already decided. It's a reality tv dating show, and I'm going to be one of t c contestants. Isn't that exciting? I mean, looks are very important, obviously, but so is personality and that indefinable something called star quality. Which, of course, I have all of. Who knows? Maybe I'll become a huge star and they'll want to shoot here at the mansion. Wouldn't that be exciting?
Tony: Oh, sweetie, I don't want to burst your bubble, but I can't allow you to be on a show like that.
Abe: All right, come on. Let's go. He's been processed. Put him in locku till his lawyer gets here.
Bo: Abe, ramsell got away.
Abe: Yeah, well, we'll get him.
Bo: Yeah. Did you get anything out of him?
Abe: No, nothing so far.
Bo: All right. Time to talk, dirtbag. Where's your boss headed?
Chaz: He's not my boss. Get him off me, get him off me!
Bo: Hey, tell me where ramsell's going!
Chaz: I don't know, man. Honest. I swear!
Man: Let him go.
Bo: I'm through playing pat-a-cake with these punks! It's time to crack some skulls. Tell me what you know ababout ramsell.
Maria: We know you're here, you little bitch... so come on out!
Maria: Ah! Ha ha ha ha. You got a pal with ya, huh? Even better. Two for the price of one. Grab the brunette.
Man: Keep quiet.
Maria: On the ground, blondie -- now!
Maria: All the way! Down! Down! Good girl. Ha ha ha ha.
Jennifer: What are you going to do to us?
Maria: Ha! Not very smart for a reporter, are you? Take a wild guess. We're going to kill you -- the both of you!
Cassie: I'm doing this television show, and you can't stop me.
Tony: Oh, yes, I can.
Cassie: It's a chance for me to become famous.
Tony: You're a dimera. You don't need any more fame than that.
Cassie: Why don't you want me to do it? It'll be glamorous and exciting.
Tony: It's exploitation for the entertainment of those idiots who don't read. I will not have my daughter lowering herself to that level.
Cassie: What level?
Tony: Oh, it's a level above prostitution.
Cassie: It is not!
Tony: Listen, you may not be baring your body, but from what I've heard about those shows, you'll be exposing your emotions in front of those television cameras, let alone millions of americans. No. It's undignified.
Cassie: It's cool, and it's what everyone is watching. I want to do it more than anything.
Tony: Sorry. I've got to stand firm.
Tony: I'm your father, and you have to obey.
Cassie: I'm old enough to vote, and I can drive. Why must I listen to you?
Tony: Well, you can't drive without the car I've given you, and without those car keys and those credit cards, you'll just have to listen, won't you? Now, you just call those sleazy television people, and you tell them to find another girl.
Cassie: Don't you care that I'm going to hate you forever for this?
Tony: Parenting is not a popularity contest. Make the call.
Cassie: Whatever. I'll help you with your stuff.
Rex: Are you okay?
Cassie: You could have helped me out in there.
Rex: Sorry. I've got my own problems to think about. So are you going to give up doing the show?
Cassie: I'm bored with this topic. What's your big mystery, anyway? Why couldn't you tell our father about your special project?
Bo: Talk to me, you puke. Tell me what you kno about ramsell's drug operation.
Abe: Bo! That's enough. Now, you can't afford to lose your cool like that. The commissioner has his eye on you.
Bo: The hell with the commissioner. This kid's boss is pouring drugs into this town. He started a shootout with the cops. He shot my brother, then he got into a car and used it as a dangerous weapon. So don't tell me to cool down.
Abe: Look, we've got chaz. That's a start.
Bo: Oh, yeah, right.
Abe: And we'll break him. We'll get ramsell, too, unless you blow this case before we get him into custody. Take him down to lockup.
Bo: Hey, listen to me. You better start talking or you'll never see the light of day again. Get out of here. Abe, come on. That wimp will talk. All it'll take is a couple of slaps.
Abe: Well, do me a favor and don't dohahat.
[ Cellular phone rings ]
[ Ring ]
Abe: Commander carver.
[ Sighs ] Yeah. Yeah, okay, okay, okay.
Abe: They found ramsell's car abandoned. No sign of ramsell.
Bo: Damn it.
Abe: Yeah, you took the words right out of my mouth. You two, come with me. I'gogoing to shake down a few places, see what I can come up with. Let's go.
Man: Don't move.
[ Gunshots ]
Jack: Hope, get it!
Hope: I got it! Get off him, jack!
Jack: All right.
Hope: Get off him!
Jack: Okay, okay, okay.
Hope: God, are you okay?
[ Sirens wailing ]
Jennifer: Jack! The seat, the seat!
Jennifer: Not too comfortable in there, is it?
Roman: Is everybody all right? You all right?
Jennifer: Thank god you're here. Hope and jack got the big idiot. Maria's the trunk... we think. Maybe you can make us deputies, huh?
Roman: You know, I just might do that. You three did a hell of a job. Nice work.
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Kate: How long have the mayor and the D.A. Been talking?
Man: 10, 15 minutes. I thought you left.
Kate: Oh, no. I couldn't stay away from you.
Man: Do you want another chardonnay?
Kate: Sure. Thanks.
Carson: Because the brady brothers are at it again. They're taking the law into their own hands.
Mayor: Well, they exposed the drug dens.
Carson: Yeah. Yeah, well, of course, that's terrific. I'd like to clean up the entire city. It's just the cowboy antics of roman and bo brady make my job of prosecuting these thugs damn hard. And it doesn't make you look especially good, either.
Mayor: I'm with you on that, carson.
[ Cellular phone rings ]
Mayor: Excuse me.
Mayor: Yes. Don't worry. I'll handle it when I get there. I have another appointment. Keep up the good work, carson.
Carson: Will do.
Mayor: Stay vigilant.
Carson: Thank you, arthur.
Kate: The mayor is such a nice man. What's he doing having drinks with you, hmm?
Carson: I'm nice.
Kate: Shouldn't you be at the police station? I mean, there was a shootout. There are criminals to prosecute.
Carson: Oh, I'm sure that your boyfriend, the, uh, illustrious captain roman brady, has things well in hand. I would hate to get in the way of whatever he's doing to bring these thugs to justice. I mean, he is so good at his job -- both he and his brother. Top-flight police officers, two of salem's finest.
Kate: You know, why don't you just cut the bull? Because I know exactly how you feel about roman and bo.
Carson: No, actually, I -- I have total faith that the brady brothers will do something to screw up this investigation, and once they do, I will come in, and I will clean up their mess. You know something, kate? You can do a lot better. Excuse me.
Kate: [ Sighs ]
Roman: So you called hope on your cell phone.
Jennifer: Yeah, and I also called jack, but his cell phone was turned off, so I left him a message just hoping that he would geget here, and he did.
Hope: We did pretty well on our own, you know.
Roman: I would guess so. I mean, obviously, you got maria into the trunk of her own car.
Jennifer: Yeah, but it's a good thing you showed up when you did. I think we were all running out of our bag of tricks...
Jack: I'll say.
Jennifer: Actually subduing the criminals. Can I just tell you I'd never like to be kidnapped again?
Jack: Yeah, from your mouth to god's ear.
Bo: Hope? Hey.
Hope: Hey, hi.
Hope: Hey. How'd you know where we were?
Roman: I called him.
Bo: Are you all right?
Hope: Yeah, I'm fine. Let's just say all those years of cop training came in handy.
Jennifer: Yeah, a little adrenaline helped.
Hope: Yeah, you know, nothing like thinking we were about to die.
Roman: You should be very proud of hope and jennifer.
Jennifer: And don't forget jack.
Roman: I can't forget jack. Jack also. The three of these guys -- they beat the bad guys down.
Bo: Yeah. Well, I got to talk to this one.
Roman: Oh, no, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Take it easy, all right? I'll take her down, I'll book her, I'll fingerprint her, I'll question her, okay? All right. Get those two in the car. Officer santos, you stay, help out here.
Man: Let's go.
Bo: They say women are the softer sex. Nothing soft about that one.
Hope: Hey, I kick some pretty mean butt myself, you know.
Jennifer: Yeah, you did, hope. Let me tell you, if you didn't show up when you did...
Hope: And if jack hadn't shown up when he did...
Jack: Ha ha ha. Right.
Jennifer: Thank you so much
Hope: You take care of her.
Jack: I will. I certainly will. Let's go home, miss horton.
Jennifer: No, no. We're not going home.
Jennifer: We still have a lot of investigating we need to do. We can't go home...
Hope: Hey. I'm glad you're okay.
Bo: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.
Hope: I know. I know, it's just... all the cops are talking about the shootout at the drug house.
Bo: Aw. The problem is ramsell got away.
Hope: My husband's okay. That's what's important to me.
Bo: Yeah, I wasn't in that much danger, and I can take care of myself. I don't like you being in danger. Those people play rough, and they play for keeps. I don't like you in this kind of situation.
Hope: I had to help jennifer, and I'd do it again if she needed me, and you know what? You'd do the same thing, brady, and you know it.
Vin: I got the cops after me. I need to lay low.
Man: There's a room in the back.
Woman: Hello, gentlemen. What are you in the mood for tonight?
Abe: Commander carver, salem P.D., And I'm t the mood to see the manager.
Man: Well, what can I do for you, commander?
Abe: What's your name?
Man: Carl waters. I'm the manager here at echelon. What's up?
Abe: Well, my men and I would like to have a look around.
Carl: Well, can I ask what you're looking for?
Abe: Why, so you can hide it?
Carl: Look, if you got a warrant, okay. If you don't, I can't let you in.
Abe: Randy, did we forget the warrant?
Randy: Gosh darn, commander.
Abe: Yeah. Tell you what -- I'll go get one.
Carl: Okay, commander.
Abe: I'll just leave officers ryan and peroli here to take down the names and addresses of all your patrons so I can reach them at home, maybe leave a message with their wives. You know, in case they saw something out of the ordinary here at the echelon club tonight.
Carl: Hey, what are you trying to do?
Abe: Wake up and smell the coffee, mr. Waters. Now, either my people and i have a look around or you're going to have some very embarrassed customers.
Carl: Fine. Look all you want. This way, officers.
[ Cellular phone rings ]
Arnie: Hey, boss, it's me -- arnie.
Tony: Is there a problem?
Arnie: Could be. Listen, some guy came in here, wanted to hide out from the cops, and the cops came in saying they wanted to take a look around.
Tony: I see.
Arnie: But they won find him -- I'm sure of that. We got some pretty neat little hiding places around here -- got put in by victor kiriakis when he ran the joint.
Tony: That's good work, arnie. So find out who the man is and why he's hiding out at the echelon. Find out who he's working for. And if he leaves, make sure he's followed.
Arnie: Yes, sir. I'll take care of it. Don't you worry about a thing.
Tony: I have the utmost confidence in you, arnie. Bart!
Bart: Yes, sir.
Tony: Bring the car around. I have an errand to run.
Bart: Yes, sir. Wednesday on morning edition we'll discuss the 2003 provinical budget results. We're joined by opposition leader ken
Rex: Cassie, if you're going to go against tony's wishes, leave me out of it, all right? I don't want to get in trouble, too. I need my car and my freedom.
Cassie: Sure, so you can work on your weird scientific experiments. What do you have in that box of yours, anyway?
Rex: I told you, fragile glassware.
Cassie: Test tubes and beakers -- that kind of thing?
Rex: I don't want to talk about it.
Cassie: Fine, you have your seetets like I have my secrets. I will keep yours if you will keep mine.
Rex: I'm not making any deals with you, cassie.
Cassie: What if I just happen to tell tony that I'm suspicious about whatever it is you're doing up in your room? He'll be all over you. Then you won't have any privacy. Oh, what if he has you followed whenever you leave the house? Is that what you really want?
Rex: You're blackmailing me?
Cassie: No. I just don't want you telling dad about my dating show.
Rex: You're talking about television. Lots of people will see you. You'll get recognized athehe mall, on campus, at restaurants... and what happens when the media calls here looking for an interview, hmm? Being on tv isn't low-profile. You don't think he'll notice that his daughter's famous all of a sudden?
Cassie: Do you really think I'll become famous?
Rex: That's not necessarily a good thing, cassie.
Cassie: It's the only thing in this world that I care about, besides love. And fame can bring me love. Rex, the whole world will love me.
Rex: I can't believe we're so different.
Cassie: So are you going to help me or not?
Rex: Fine. I won't say anything.
Cassie: Thank you, thank you, thank you. Okay, I'm going upstairs to try on some outfits that I bought for the show. Will you come up and give me your opinion?
Rex: Why? I don't care about fashion, and I don't care about this stupid tv show, either.
Cassie: You will, when you're the brother of a star.
Rex: Testing, testing. 1, 2, 3.
Jack: This is where your pal maria brought bo and obviously where the shootout took place.
Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. Look at all that.
Jack: Oh, my.
Man: You folks friend of the owner?
Jack: Oh, no. No, no, no, no. We're with the "spectator."
Man: I can't let you in. Commander carver said no statements to the press yet.
Jack: Certainly. Obviously, in terms of drugs, you've hit the mother of all lodes here.
M: : Look, we got a lot of work to do, so if you'll excuse me.
Jennifer: I can't believe this. How could this kind of illegal activity be happening right here in our little town, jack? I mean, this is where we live. This is where abby goes to school. This makes me sick.
Jack: You know, so much has been going on, I didn't even remember this. Look, I got this at palmer's office. He has been shredding all this information, trying to get rid of anything that would connect him to the salem drug scene. If we can connect this information to the D.A.'S ofce, it's going to be huge. It's going to be much bigger than we thought.
Jennifer: You know what this feels like? To me, this feels like our whole way of life is at stake. Our daughter's future. And we are going to do something to stop this.
Jack: Oh, we will, jennifer. We -- oh, weilill. Look at you. I nearly lost you tonight.
Jennifer: I'm okay.
Jack: No. It was too close. It was way too close.
Bart: We're here, boss.
Tony: Just wait in the car... as always.
Bart: Right-O. so, it was called cattle point. Of the nation, and subsequentlyne of th here. Your cruise director, ron
Rex's voice: Testing, testing. 1, 2, 3.
Rex: Perfect. In a couple of days, I'll have everything I need.
Cassie: Okay. Pretend you are not my brother for just a minute. Am I hot enough to be a tv star?
Rex: You're annoying, that's what you are.
Cassi I I need to know what you think of my outfit.
Rex: You really want my opinion?
Cassie: Yes. Te me exactly what you think.
Rex: Okay. You look like a hoochie mama.
Cassie: Is that bad?
Rex: Did you look in the mirror, cassie? That outfit doesn't exactly leave much to the imagination.
Cassie: Well, I can't rely on other people's imaginations. Rex, if I'm going to win, I've got to flaunt what I've got.
Rex: Whatever. You asked for my opinion, and I gave it to you. I don't approve.
Cassie: You really think my outfit sucks?
Rex: With all due respect, yes.
Cassie: Fine. I'll just try on something else. You go back to fiddling with your little tape recorder. Oh. Yes, I heard you. So I guess it has to do with your special project?
Rex: Right. And that's all I'm going to say.
Cassie: On with the fashion show.
Rex: As soon as my project is completed and successful, I'll be on the road to my true destiny. The scientific world will never be the same.
Roman: Kate, it's roman. Listen, I wanted to call you, uh, but a hell of a lot's gone down tonight. As a matter of fact, it still is, but, uh, I wanted to talk to you.
Kate: Well, I'm not interested in talking. Not now. Maybe not ever.
Jennifer: Thank you for loving me so much, jack. Listen, what I -- what I want and what I need is to get the people who are responsible for this drug operation. I want to put them out of business.
Jack: Right, but we can't do that tonight. You heard the detective. The cops aren't ready to talk.
Jennifer: No, no, not officially, but we can just hang around out here, and if someone comes out, we'll just casually ask questions.
Jack: That's a bad plan. We're wiped. Anything we do tonight, we'll have to do again tomorrow. Look, the cops are going to have twice as much information in the morning. I will talk to bo and roman myself, first thing, I promise you. But right now what I want to do is get you home, get rid of the babysitter, and thank our lucky stars we have such a wonderful little daughter. In fact, I'm going to light a fire, you can get some milk and cookies, and we'll just -- we'll just make up a list of all the things we're most thankful for.
Jennifer: I'm thafuful for you.
Jack: Let's go. Come on.
Bart: How'd it go, boss?
Tony: This is not a time to discuss business.
Bart: Yes, sir. Straight home?
Tony: Yes, just hurry it up.
>>Carl: I told you you wouldn't find anything back there.
Abe: Well, for your sake, I hope you're telling the truth and you're not withholding any information.
Carl: How can i if I don't even know what you're looking for?
Abe: Not what -- who. A drug dealer by the name of vin ramsell.
Carl: Ramsell? I never heard of the guy. This is a clean club. No drugs, no dealers. I got a good solid business. I wouldn't do anything to mess that up. Now, can I help you with anything else?
Abe: That's it for now.
Carl: Have a good night.
Randy: Commander, you think he's on the level?
Abe: Oh, he's a real angel.
Woman: Good night, commander.
Abe: And the hostesses are all as pure as the driven snow.
Hope: Hey, handsome, take me home.
Bo: You're going home. I got worko o do. Santos, make sure mrs. Brady gets home safe, okay?
Santos: Sure. I'll be through here in a sec. Be right back.
Hope: What are you going to do? Oh, god.
Bo: Hope... I got to hit this guy. Drug dealers are the lowest form of life. They don't deserve to live.
Hope: Don't do this. Not alone.
Bo: Hey. Give me a kiss... for luck. I'll be okay.
Man: Come on, you're friends, you're happy. Let's see some smiles.
[ All shouting ]
Sami: Lucas, you have been playing me all along.
Lucas: Oh, yeah, you know it.
Bo: Get a grip.
Marlena: The only reason you're doing this is to bring down tony.
John: You're damn right it is.
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