Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 4/21/03--Canada; 4/22/03--USA
Cassie: I know they werely expensive, but... I mean, they're worth it, right? I realize nobody sees shoesv, and no one will know that they're real italian leather, but they are, and I will notice, and that will give me the confidence to make a good impression. This is -- this is my one chance, rex, and I want everyone who won't even talk to me now to like me. I mean, really like me. Remember when we first went to shawn's house, all the tv that we watched? I mean, it has sh h power over people.
Rex: Yeah. I'll be right back. Hey.
Man: You rex?
Rex: The one and only. Follow me.
Rex: You got it?
Man: Right here.
Rex: It better be exactly what I ordered.
Man: Check it out.
Shawn-d: Hey, brady.
Brady: Shawn. Aren't you supposed to be at the hospital with belle?
Shawn-d: Yeah, well, I figured I'd let belle and chloe have somtitime alone. Plus, I know chloe's not allowed to have a lot of visitors yet.
Brady: Well, she's getting pretty sick and tired of seeing my face.
Shawn-d: Well, you've been there 24/7.
Brady: Hey, I'm keeping this place in business.
Shawn-d: Yeah. So, um, so chloe's out of isolation. That's a good sign, right?
Brady: She's still really wiped out. She wanted out of that hospital, like, yesterday.
Shawn-d: Well, you know, chloe, when she wants something bad enough --
Brady: I just don't want her to push, 'cause when she goes home this time, I really hope it's for good.
Belle: Chloe, you look great.
Blele: Brady said your immune system's starting to build up again, and that's fantastic. When you get out of here, we are going to throw you the biggest party you've ever seen. Chloe?
Roman: Bo --
Bo: Save it. I don't want to hear what you have to say.
Ops: Okay. I know protocol says no repeating on meeting places, but, um, whose idea was this? N,n, you know I hate to sweat when there's no fun involved.
John: Hey, you don't think it's not going to be fun to roast tony over an open spit?
Ops: If I don't roast to death first.
John: All right, get me up to speed.
Ops: Okay, here's the deal. I just finished planting a tracking device on dimera's limo, so even though we haven't found a way into his house --
Ops: In the meantime, we can monitor his movements around town.
John: That's good.
Ops: In fact, want to hazard a guess where he is right now?
John: I don't have to guess. He's got his daily date with a squash racket right down the hall.
Ops: Uh-huh. Well, here's anothernene for you. Do you know who else is working out here today?
Marlena: Oh, tony.
Tony: What are you doing here?
Marlena: Is it so hard to think that I might be working out?
Tony: No, I play squash every day. I've never seen you.
Tony: Marlena. Did you come to see me? Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.
Roman: You know something? We are not going to do very well against the bad guys if you keep acting like I'm one of them.
Bo: Seems to me it's the other way around. Why did you have to report to abe things that didn't even happen on the ramsell bust?
Roman: 'Cause they sure as hell could have. God knows what could have happened out there.
Bo: Your ass would still be in that car on an endless stakeout if it wasn't for me. And vinny ramsell -- he'd be nowhere near the hot seat.
Roman: Vin ramsell would be forever free right now if you'd busted in that house without a warrant like you wanted to. Every piece of evidence would have been inadmissible.
Bo: Roman, we had probable cause. You know it.
Roman: Yes, we did, afterward, when I saw the stash through the window. You think this is about saving my butt, bo? No, it's not. It's about saving your butt. My god. We have to make decisions out there -- quick decisions. And nobody's judgment is infallible in the heat of the moment, but the heat of the moment now is gone. So if you violate the law -- the very law atat you swore to uphold -- now, what the hell does that make you?
Bo: Are you comparing me to carson palmer? I am not a dirty cop.
Roman: Bo, I never said anything like that.
Bo: You know what we're up against out there. All I want is justice.
Roman: Me too. Bubut you made a mistake, and I was not about to make a bigger mistake by letting you get away with it.
Marlena: Um... why would you think that I would come here to see you?
Tony: Didn't you?
Tony: Oh, well. If you don't mind me saying so, you don't seem quite yourself. Are you up to exercising?
Marlena: I'm all right. I'm all -- yeah, yeah.
Tony: Oh. Well, that's good. Well, enjoy your workout.
Marlena: Yeah. Say, tony, um... as long as you're here, uh... I-I was wondering if, uh... if cassie said anything to you about this, uh, dating game show that she and belle are doing.
Tony: Marlena, I'm parched. If you want to talk about the children, that's fine, but why don't you join me in the juice bar?
Marlena: All right, all right, yeah. Okay.
Ops: Correct me if I'm wrong, but did you pick this locale because you have a private date here later?
John: What's that?
Ops: Ooh, it's hot. Your wife's here. I was, uh, under tony's limo, and, um, well, I'll just keep it simple and say it was definitely her. She has very distinctive shoes. I mean... what? Are you surpsesed she's not here to meet you?
John: No one knows I'm here, ops.
Ops: Oh. But everybody knows tony's here. Is that what you're thinking? Look, I wouldn't sweat it, though. I mean, I'm sure she just came here to work out. I mean, it's not like she'd have a good reason to seek out tony dimera.
Man: I had to grease a lot of wheels to get this for you.
Rex: Hey, there'd better not be any grease --
Man: Relax. It's just an expression. Whoa, whoa, whoa, it'll be 1,500.
Rex: Dollars? You told me $1,200 on the phone.
Man: But that didn't include overnight shipping charges. Hey, if you don't need it today, it's -- you know...
Rex: No, wait, wait, wait, just -- look, I've got $1,300 in change.
Man: No dickering. It's $1,500. You don't got it, you don't get it.
Rex: Wait here.
Cassie: There you are.
Rex: Hey. I need to borrow $200.
Cassie: What? Why?
Rex: I know you've got it. Don't be selfish.
Cassie: I don't understand. Why don't you just go to the atm?
Rex: Look, I don't have time for this. I'll pay you back with compound interest. Jeez, just hand it over.
Cassie: No. Not until you tell me why you need it. And who is that guy that you left with?
Chloe: I am fine.
Belle: No, you're not.
Chloe: You're right. I'm not fine. I'm not cured yet, belle. I am so far from being cured... for a really long time.
Belle: I'm sorry.
Chloe: No. You're being really nice to want to celebrate with me, but right now the most special thing I could ask for is just to go home. Anyhow, ananks for trying to cheer me up. Let's talk about something else.
Chloe: All right, you're going to have to start because I've just been lying here forever. I've seen every bad tv show known to man. Speaking of which...
Belle: No, do not go there, and you better not watch it, because it's so embarrassing.
Chloe: Three people I know making fools of themselves on tv. What were you thinking?
Belle: Oh, you know, I wasn'T. Shawn and I were fighting.
Chloe: And you thought going on this dating show would make him jealous?
Belle: What I told myself was, this could be fun, you know, you should see other people. Why not? Totally figured out "why not." And spending extra tim with cassie is always such a joy.
Chloe: Hey, at least you two aren't roommates anymore.
Belle: Yeah, but I still wish we could trade new sisters.
Chloe: Oh, hey, look at her. She's, like, twice as big as when she was born.
Belle: She's so much cuter than cassie, too. Now, why can't guys see it that way?
Chloe: I'm still convinced that cassie was their first reject.
Belle: Hey, I am not allowed to say anything until after the final date airs. It's just driving me crazy.
Chloe: And what if you win? Are you actually going to go out with this guy?
Belle: I have to. But it's not really a date date, and shawn understands.
Chloe: Good. So things are good with you guys?
Belle: Yeah. I feel like I'm falling in love with him all over again. But I'm not going to lose track of what's important this time, and I'm definitely not running away every time we have a misunderstanding. I figure if you and brady can face cancer together and win...
Chloe: I could never have gogotten through it without him, belle.
Belle: I think you could have. I'm just really glad you didn't have to.
Chloe: Me too.
Tony: Have you eaten today? You know, you need to raise your blood sugar level, especially if you're gonna exert yourself.
Marlena: Thank you.
Tony: You want to talk about what's upsetting you? Is it becae you don't want to, or because you know that john wouldn't want you to? Well, how many times have you given me a sympathetic ear? I'll be grateful to be able to return the favor. We have children together. We should at least be able to depend on each other.
Marlena: I don't trust you. I don't trust that you're not manipulating me to hurt john, to hurt me.
Tony: Hmm. Really, marlena, you're the mother of my children. Do you really think any of us would want to see you in pain?
Marlena: You're rooting for my marriage to bin trouble.
Tony: Yes, well, unfortunately that was already happening. I have -- this has nothing to do with me. But you tell me. You're a psychiatrist. Do you think it's healthy for you to suppress your feelings so you can be strong for everybody else? Do you think it's right for you to deny a sympathetic ear when all you really want is to have somebody who will really listen? You keep on putting other people's needs first, and it's gonna eat you alive.
They lie awake, fearing their 11 and 12 years old are experimenting with drugs. Some unwittingly found a solution. They buy them for them. Kids on prescription drugs, part of a special "global national" investigation. Bennnning tonight.
Shawn-d: So can you believe it? Ha ha ha ha.
Brady: Listen, buddy, I got to take off.
Shawn-d: All right, well, tell chloe I'll see her soon.
Brady: I'll do that.
Shawn-d: Take care, brady.
Brady: You too.
Rex: Look, I bought some lab equipment for one of my experiments. Okay, this guy hauled it all the way over here, but he misquoted me the price, and I don't have enough cash. This is special order, and he's threatening to send it back if I don't ante up now.
Cassie: Rex, I can tell that you're lying. Come on, what's really going on? Look, you are all that I've had for so long, and if anything happened to you, I just couldn't stand it. If you're in trouble --
Rex: I'm not.
Rex: $200. Thanks.
Man: Oh! It's about damn time.
Rex: Now give it to me.
Man: Oh! Take it easy! It's delicate.
Rex: I know what I'm doing.
Man: I sure hope so.
Roman: Listen to me. Vin ramsell is out on bail. He's made threats to both of us. Do you think I want him out on the streets any more than you do? We have got totick together.
Bo: I'm watching your back. You know what? I hope he does come after me. Repeat oenender? No bail, no way out. You know what? Come with me. I got to show you something.
Roman: Where you going?
Marlena: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Tony: For what? You don't have to be perfect for me -- or for your children.
Marlena: I think we've shown rex and cassie we are far from perfect. Look, they grew up without parents. They're now adults. They have a right to expect us to set an example for them. We should be able to provide a sense of security, of peace.
Tony: Well, that's all I want. All the money and power in this world mean nothing without the love of a family. These children are the greatest responsibility in my life. I'I'm happy that you are sharing that with me. I mean, how can this experience not change who I am, change who you are? I mean, john knows pretty well what a difference you've made in his life. I don't understand why he rejects the idea that you could heal anyone else.
Marlena: I'm a psychiatrist. I treat patients every single day. John supports that. He supports me. He even supports your children, which I might add you've been unable to thank him for. He has a rightful place in their lives. You can't deny him that.
Tony: But does he want this rightful place in their lives?
Marlena: John knows better than we do what those kids have been through.
Tony: Oh, sure, and ttt gives him special insight into their potential as human weapons, pawns of stefano. God knows what he'd do to them behind your back.
Marlena: He wouldn't do a thing to them, not without telling me. It's not me john mistrusts. It's you.
Tony: Oh. Do you trust your husband? For all we know, he could be eavesdropping on this conversation as we speak.
Marlena: No, no.
Tony: Oh, you're so definite about that? You take him at his word? Are you sure?
Marlena: I shouldn't have come here.
Tony: Oh -- well, well.
John: Hello, doc.
Tony: Look who's here. Well, marlena, are you in trouble.
Marlena: Did you follow me here? Aftealall we've been through about this? What's wrong with you?
Chaz: Hey there, sweetness.
Cassie: Cz, you're here.
Chaz: Hey, you're not afraid of me, are you?
Cassie: How did you get out of jail?
Chaz: Bail, baby. Don't you worry about it. I'm gonna beat this thing. Just another excuse for a kick-ass party, right? I missed you.
Cassie: You hardly know me.
Chaz: Well, I want to know you. How about you? Do you want to know me?
Vin: Hey, hey, hey, hey. If it isn't my favorite party gal. Remember me?
Cassie: Salem's favorite drug dealer. So, is this a hobby now, or is this your career?
Roman: Ben wells.
Bo: Yeah. Hohow can he rest in peace when his murderer is out there somewhere? His murderer -- a kid not much older than ben. And I had him in custody. I could have made a difference, but I didn'T. You know what? Even if we nail vin ramsell and carson palmer, it never ends.
Roman: No. No, it doesn'T. But every one we get, that's something. Bo, we do our best. We chip away, one case at a time.
Bo: Our job is to protect and serve. To protect. After a crime happens, after an innocent kid is killed in the crossfire, I make an arrest. It's too damn late. And the perp knows he's gonna be back out on the street in less than a week. He cuts a deal. That's bail. There's a technicality. There is no respect for the badge. It's -- it's like we give them a license to kill, roman.
Roman: Bo, you're not the only one that's frustrated by the system. But what are you gonna do? You gonna give up?
Bo: No, roman, I'm gonna fight, but sometimes I feel like my hands are tied. I -- I don't want to put an innocent person behind bars. But when you have the evidence right there in front of you, that should be enough. Ben wells. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time. My son was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Hell, he could have killed a man. He could have been killed himself. This could have been shawn. If it wasn't for my big brother, when I was going down the wrong path, this could have been me.
John: I didn't follow you here. I was, um... I was at the gym, and someone said they had seen you.
Marlena: With tony.
John: Are you upset that i interrupted your conversation?
Marlena: Well, no, I'm upset that I jumped to the wrong conclusion.
John: Well, there's only one person to blame for that.
Tony: Well, not you, marlena. Of course everything is my fault.
John: No. You have every right to be upset, marlena, but not with yourself. With me. This is all my fault.
[ Knock on door ]
Brady: What -- [ Chuckles ] You must be feeling better.
Chloe: Well, belle convinced me that I might feel a little more energized if I looked a bit perkier.
Brady: Come on, you always look beautiful.
Brady: You do.
Chloe: Ah, well, anyhow, I figure if I look a little less pale, they won't feel the need to keep draining so much blood.
Brady: [ Chuckles ]
Chloe: God, remember when all those kids used to call me names in school? Even you. I can't believe how much my life has changed. You know, when I was talking to belle, I could feel myself going back to that dark place again. But I knew that I couldn't stay there. And, hey, the grn-up part of my life hasn't even started. And when I think that it's not that far away, I just get so impatient every single day in this hospital. Hey, I must be feeling better if I'm so restless.
Chloe: [ Chuckles ] Do you know that belle asked me if you got me that because of "madame butterfly"? I guess she doesn't know how the story ends.
Brady: She knows that you're going to be singing it one day.
Chl: : Mm all those suffering heroines. Hey, maybe all of this is for the sake of my art. You know, I have learned so much now that I could have never even guessed before. That you can actually find joy in pain and sickness. That even if you loved someone before, now you can see a thousand more colors a thousand times more intense. I used to always wonder about those great big arias right at the point in the story where it's most tragic, right when you think that the heroine has lost all hope and strength. Now I know why my voice should soar.
Chloe: Brady, I want to get well so badly. But at the same time, I can't forget this feeling, that it's so urgent to live my life well.
Brady: You know I tell myself that, too? This whole experience has changed me. You've changed me. And when we leave this hospital together, it will really be the start of a new life.
Shawn-d: Hi. Ha ha.
Shawn-d: I missed you.
Belle: Well, then why didn't you go with me?
Shawn-d: Well, I figured I'd give you and chloe a chaee to talk about me without me in the room.
Belle: And why would we be talking about you?
Shawn-d: Because you were.
Belle: Of course we were. You know, I'm really glad I went.
Shawn-d: Oh, you know, I ran into brady before. He looked really wiped.
Belle: It's just nerve-racking, you know? Waiting to see if the transplant actually works. It's hard on all of us, but I think it's worse for brady than anyone else.
Belle: Chloe's sick, so everyone gets what she's going through, but brady has to be strong for both of them.
Shawn-d: Just like you've always been strong for the both of us. However, I think it's about time that I'm there for you.
Belle: Oh, no. And what is she doing here with him?
Shawn-d: How did he get out of jail?
Vin: So, now, uh,asassie, now you know that my favorite hobby's having a good time. So we are gonna rock this town, right? 'Cause I am free.
Cassie: They dropped the charges?
Vin: They will.
Cassie: So you're not guilty?
Vin: No, no, no. No, bo brady's got it in for me, but, uh, you know, I'm never gonna go back to that pen again.
Cassie: Bo brady -- shawn's father?
Chaz: Some freshman.
Cassie: He's a really close friend of mine.
John: I'm sorry you're upset.
Marlena: I'm all right.
John: Seems I'm all about controlling the situation now. And all you really need me to do is control my anger. The more I see of him, the harder that is sometimes.
Marlena: I don't want to have this conversation in front of tony, okay?
John: Yeah, I understand that. It's just that tony has witnessed something between us I wish he hadn't seen. And I think he needs to get the big picture. You have no idea the obstacles that marlena and I have overcome to be together. As you can see, we're very passionate. We act on our convictions, and we're proud to say we have convictions. And I cannot even describe to you how much I love this woman. And I think that much is clear. Now, if you care about your children, if you want your children to have stability and peace, then stop tormenting their mother by wasting energy and grief on the impossible. Even death couldn't separate us, tony, so you sure as hell never will.
Bo: Hey, where'd you go?
Roman: I went to pick up these.
Bo: [ Sniffles ]
Roman: Ben wells' life did make a difference. And we're gonna make damn sure it continues to make a difference.
Bo: I didn't know him that well. All he was was a kid in a hospital bed fighting for his life. He's a name in a newspaper, a statistic. Damn. You know, if I could just go back in time and do something differently... I had his killer in lockup, roman. If I had just found a way to keep vin ramsell off the streets, or, I don't know, just go talk to him, try to get through to him, two people's lives would have been very different today.
Roman: Listen to me, little brother. People make choices. You can't take responsibility for fate.
Bo: I know I can't change the past. But I sure as hell can make a difference in the future.
Rex: Calibrating. 36... 32... 54. May have cost me a pretty penny, but returns on the initial investment could be virtually endless. This could be the beginning of a very beautiful relationship.
Marlena: I'm sorry.
John: It's all right. Let's go home.
Tony: I thought you wanted to talk to me about cassie.
John: A good father never uses his children as bargaining chips.
Marlena: Whoa! John.
John: What, am I not being fair? Does he not talk to you against me? Of course he does. But you believe he deserves a second chance because you're always looking for the good in people. And I know you want that for your children, too, but if you knew what I knew about him --
Tony: Do you forget that I'm still in the room?
John: What I have to say to you, I can say to your face.
Marlena: What do you mean, if I knew what you know about him? What does that mean?
John: Well, if you want to know. Are you familiar with a club on the riverfront called echelon?
John: No, I didn't think. It's what is known as A... gentlemen's club.
John: Guess who owns it.
John: Yes. Starting a family business, tony? Perhaps you can set your daughter up for a summer job. I mean, nothing like degrading women to make a buck, right?
Marlena: John, how do you know all this?
John: Ask him about it. Go ahead.
Marlena: Is it true? So, it was called cattle point. Of the nation, and subsequentlyne of th here. Your cruise director, ron
Chloe: Oh, and jane smiley has a book that just came out.
Brady: Anything else, miss lane?
Chloe: No, I think that should do me for a few days.
[ Chuckles ] Hey, you ever wonder if everything that's happening in your life is just a dream?
Chloe: Please tell me I'm not dreaming.
B brady: You're not dreaming.
Woman: Sorry to interrupt.
Chloe: Oh, please let him stay. We'll be good.
Woman: You know the drill. Okay... how you feeling?
Chloe: [ Muffled ] Pretty much the same.
Brady: What was that?
Woman: "Pretty much the same."
Chloe: How's my bloodwork?
Woman: Your bloodwork? Uh, actually, dr. Wesley's ming to talk to you about that in a few minutes.
Chloe: Tell me.
Woman: He wants to explain everything to you in person. 98.6. Good. Rest.
Brady: [ Clears throat ]
Chloe: Rest? Brady, she would have told me if it was good news.
Brady: Chloe, you don't know that. You're fine. Think about it. Your counts came up enough that you got out of isolation. You don't even have a fever.
Chloe: Oh, god. Please. Brady, please.
Cassie: Hold on, okay? Shawn, I want you to come meet chaz's friend.
Shawn-d: I don't want to talk to them. And I don't want you talking to them, either.
Belle: You know what, shawn? She's gonna do whatever she wants, anyway, so if she chooses to gain attention by doing stupid things, then there's just nothing we can do to help her.
Cassie: Oh, please. They wouldn't have let them out of jail if they were guilty.
Shawn-d: Innocent until proven guilty. That's how the law works.
Cassie: So then I'm not the only one who thinks he could be innocent.
Belle: Just about.
Cassie: At least he doesn't lecture me. God, you guys just have no fun. This is great. That's great. Now they left without me. Thanks. Great. Great.
Shawn-d: And how is it you tell me I have too much fun?
Belle: She drives me nuts.
Vin: Now I know how to get back at bo brady. Shawny boy.
Belle: Cassie has no concept of danger. Do you think she'll ever learn for herself, or will we have to treat my sister like a 2-year-old for the rest of her life?
Shawn-d: Maybe if we back off a little, she'll realize that this isn't the best way to get people to care.
Belle: She certainly doesn't care about my attention. Chaz's, on the other hand...
Shawn-d: Well, on the upside, she did have a crush on me or whatever, and obviously she doesn't now.
Belle: That is definitely a plus.
Shawn-d: I'm sorry. What? Someone else has my full attention right now.
Belle: Oh, mine, too.
Bo: I don't know what kind of flowers these are, but I hope there's a forget-me-not in there for ben and all the innocent victims. We got to get back to work. I'll be back, ben. But I can give you my word that vin ramsell and all his buddies will never hurt anyone ever again.
Tony: Yes, I own the echelon club. I purchased it recently. But I don't see why providing good jobs at a time of economic strife is degrading to women. Yes, they patronize the establishmt t on occasion. Doesn't make it a gentlemen's club.
John: Well, then let's call it what it really is -- a whorehouse.
Tony: I won't dignify that with a response.
Marlena: You don't need to. I think we need to go.
John: Of course.
Man: Sorry I was gone so long. Can I get you anything?
Tony: Damn it.
Man: Um, is that a no?
Man: You want anything else to drink?
Tony: Oh, no, no, no. I apologize. I was just a bit distracted.
Man: Relationship problems?
Man: That's too bad.
Tony: Well, not mine. Just -- just a friend'S. Hmm. Wait a minute. No reason for concern. I just thought of a way of fixing everything.
Rex: Once this experiment is a success, I'll be more powerful than my father -- and his father before him. booth. Dallas wins the series 4 games to 2. And this rivalry of 1 point games finishes that way tonight.
Shuttle now boarding.
Mimi: And I just keep thinking, if we got together, neither one of us would have to be alone anymore.
Rex: I do feel alone, and I don't like it.
Chloe: Hey, I'm healthy!
Craig: Tomorrow you get to go home.
Hope: It felt like the earth moved.
Bo: I'll take that as a compliment.
Cassie: Are you going to steal mom away from john?
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