Days Transcript Friday 7/11/03

 

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 7/11/03--Canada; 7/14/03--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Bernadette

Jennifer: Yeah.

Jack: Barry! What is the big idea booking this kook as our guest today -- this wacko posing as a serious author.

Barry: We're going on air, Jack.

Jack: Have you given any thought what Jennifer and I are supposed to do with this person, this supposed expert? What kind of questions are we supposed to ask?

Man: 5...4...3...

Jack: Wait a minute. I can't --

Man: 2...Who's in the house now?

Jennifer: Hello, and welcome back to "In The House." Say hello, Jack.

Jack: Hello, Jack. Boy, have we got a show for you today.

Jennifer: We do. We do. We have an incredible show today. We are going to be talking about our favorite subject. Not food. You know it's not food. It's sex. We're gonna talk about sex today, and we have an incredible renowned sex therapist with us. Her name is Emily Cooper. Let's welcome her right now. Emily, come on in. Thanks for joining us.

Emily: Hi.

Jennifer: We don't bite.

Jack: Speak for yourself.

Jennifer: Um, make yourself comfortable. Would you like another pillow?

Emily: Oh, I'm fine, thank you, Jennifer.

Jennifer: Good. Why don't you say hello, Jack?

Jack: Hi, Em. Get any lately?

Jennifer: Ha ha ha! I forgot to tell you that, Jack -- he's the kidder on the show. So he's kidding.

Jack: Tell me, were you about to disparage my prowess? Because I'll tell you right now, Jennifer and me, we -- no, wait a minute. I'm not even going there. Not on t.v. Not even not on t.v. Whatever a man and a woman do between themselves in their bedroom or any other room is their business and their business alone. So, not only do we not need you, Miss Emily Cooper, we don't want you even if we did need you -- which we don’t.

Emily: Sorry, Jack, but you most certainly do need a sex therapist.

Mimi: I love waking up in your arms.

Rex: We didn't get much sleep.

Mimi: Funny, I don't feel very tired, do you?

Rex: Nope.

Mimi: I've got all kinds of energy. Can you think of a way I could possibly work it off?

Rex: [ Groans ] Ahh!

Mimi: What's wrong?

Rex: Oh, god...

Mimi: Oh, my gosh, Rex, what is it?

Rex: I feel like my head's going to explode.

Tony: Well, what a glorious morning to be alive. Well, don't you look beautiful, my dear. Oh, come, give your father a welcome back hug. Ahh, come, I'm home. No cause for tears. This should be a celebration.

Cassie: You almost died.

Tony: But I didn’t.

Cassie: I just don't know what I would do if I ever lost you.

Tony: Well, no need to worry about that. I'll always be here for you.

Cassie: Promise?

Tony: Why, sure, I promise. Yeah, I promise.

Hope: All right, Zack, come on, sweetie. Have one more bite for mommy. You want to grow up to be big and strong like your daddy and Shawn, right?

Bo: And mommy.

Hope: And mommy.

Bo: Mmm!

Hope: You know what? You are so cute that mommy could just eat you right up. And you know what? I think I will start with the tip of your nose.

Bo: Ha ha ha ha. Can daddy get in on this whipped cream action?

Hope: What do you think, Zack? Should we let daddy get in on this whipped cream action? Let's see about that.

Bo: Mmm.

Hope: Mmm.

Bo: Hey.

Hope: Let me get that, okay?

Bo: Holy smokes.

Hope: What?

Bo: Listen to this. "Shawn Brady, son of former police officers Bo and hope Brady, is credited with apprehending international jewel thief, Maya Leano --"

Hope: What? Let me see that.

Bo: Hey.

Hope: Hold on a second. Let me see.

Maya: I don't like being interrogated most of the time. But looking at you, sweetheart, I can see that this is going to be different. Tell whoever assigned you that Maya says thanks.

Philip: The government assigned me. They think I can get the job done.

Maya: Someone knows me real well, knows what I like -- blue eyes, sexy smile.

Philip: You're not going to be seeing me smile much.

Maya: Yeah, we'll see about that. Did they tell you to offer me a deal, baby?

Philip: You come clean about your involvement with Tony Dimera and the stolen diamonds, they might consider cutting you a deal.

Maya: If you're going to negotiate with me, just a heads-up -- I'm real good.

Shawn-D: You know, I was really proud of you last night.

Belle: Why is that?

Shawn-D: Well, you could have freaked when Maya planted that kiss on me, but you didn’t. You were cool.

Belle: Yeah, well, it helps knowing that Maya’s in jail now. Besides, it's not like you kissed her.

Shawn-D: Um...

Belle: "Um..."?

Shawn-D: I don't want to keep any secrets from you, so I'm going to tell you that earlier that night, I did kiss Maya.

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Jack: You know that I need a sex therapist? How? How could you possibly know anything personal about someone you never even met before?

Jennifer: Jack, I think that Emily is trying to help our audience.

Jack: I know what she's trying to do. She's trying to sell her book, right, Em?

Emily: Well, observing you for the last few minutes, Jack, I can tell that you're a hothead, very impulsive, not inclined to take your time, not a man who's inclined to be patient.

Jennifer: Well, now, Emily, I think -- I think that Jack can be very patient.

Emily: Well, I haven't observed that. I see a man who feels threatened by competent women. And that is a red warning flag.

Jack: You think I'm threatened by you?

Emily: Well, Jack, your wife is also a competent female. She's a successful co-host of a talk show. And as you can see, Jennifer has been listening, taking her time, not rushing. So, whatever problems the two of you are having between the sheets, all the evidence points to you, Jack.

Jack: Okay, Em. Okay, you came on the show to push your book. Let's push it. Let's see what you got, all right? I want you to do your couples therapy on Jennifer and me right here, right now.

Jennifer: No! No, I don't think that's a good idea, Jack.

Jack: No, no, it's okay. It's okay. Really, it's okay. Let's see what the esteemed expert has to say. I have a problem, Em. I got a problem. I have to tell you, whenever I'm in the mood, Jennifer has a headache. Tell me, what am I doing wrong?

Emily: Hmm...

Rex: [ Panting ]

Mimi: Have you been to a doctor about this?

Rex: Ahh!

Mimi: I mean, I've never seen anybody have a headache this bad before. Oh, god, sweetie, why did this happen all of a sudden? We were just lying here feeling good, and then --

Rex: I don't know.

Mimi: Tell me if this is dumb, but maybe this is a kind of delayed reaction to finding out Kate and Roman are your parents, not Tony and marline. I mean, if I found out my parents weren't really mine, I'd freak out for sure.

Rex: Damn it, Mimi, this isn't the time to remind me I'm not a Dimera. It'll just make it worse.

Mimi: Okay, fine, I'll shut up. In fact, why don't I just get out of your way completely? Uhh!

Rex: Oh...god. What's wrong with me?

Tony: Okay, so, how have things been on the home front while I've been gone? Anything new?

Cassie: I have news. I got a job.

Tony: A job? Well, what for? Don't I give you a handsome allowance fit for a Dimera princess?

Cassie: Well, of course, but I want to be independent and steer my own ship. I don't want to depend on handouts.

Tony: Well, that's admirable. What kind of job?

Cassie: Hostessing at Club Echelon.

Tony: Oh -- ha ha. Okay, where's the hidden camera? I understand what's going on. You're going to drop the bombshell, I'm supposed to respond ranting and raving, and then someone -- your brother Rex -- rushes in with a videotape and has me losing my cool, and we all have a "ha ha."

Cassie: It's not a joke. I went in for a drink, and the night manager hired me as a hostess.

Tony: Over my dead body.

Cassie: Don't even say that. You almost did die.

Tony: Don't you provoke me with this kind of silly nonsense about hostessing! Good god, do you understand what that job requires?

Cassie: Well, yes. He gave me an audition and said that I was a natural.

Tony: I'll kill him.

Cassie: Dad!

Tony: No, no, no. I'll tell you what. You're going to call him, and you're going to quit your job -- no, on second thought, I'll tell him.

Cassie: Okay, why is it okay for you to own Echelon, but I can't work there?

Tony: Because, my darling, I don't walk around half-dressed, exposing myself and serving drinks to drunks who ogle over my body! My daughter will not be exploited by --

Cassie: By who? By you?

Shawn-D: It's not the kind of kiss to get jealous about.

Belle: A kiss is a kiss, Shawn. When your lips touch her lips --

Shawn-D: She was getting suspicious of me. I had to do something to get her off that.

Belle: And kissing her was the only thing that you could think of?

Shawn-D: Come on, you know the kind of woman Maya is, all right? I had to think fast. Kissing her was my best move. Listen, it didn't mean anything.

Shawn-D: I love you. Now come on, let's go get breakfast.

Belle: Okay.

Bo: Let me finish that.

Hope: No, wait, let me just finish the article.

Bo: Oh, there he is. He's --

Hope: What? The hero. My son the hero.

Shawn-D: Mom, hi.

Hope: Oh, honey, I'm so proud of you.

Shawn-D: Thanks.

Bo: Your mom's excited to have a famous son.

Shawn-D: Famous? I don't know about famous.

Bo: Yeah, you're famous. Right here -- second page of the "spectator." All about how you nabbed that Maya person.

Hope: Belle, you must be so proud of him.

Belle: Yeah, I am.

Shawn-D: Where's Zack?

Bo: He's upstairs playing with grandma. Now don't change the subject. Give us the scoop on this story.

Shawn-D: You know, I am starving. I just --

Hope: Oh, well, here, help yourself. Take my pancakes, and I'll order some more when the waitress comes around. Now start from the beginning. Come on.

Shawn-D: Um, it all started when I was working with Mickey at the law firm. I got to know Maya.

Hope: Mm-hmm.

Belle: Yeah, and of course, she had a thing for Shawn, so he used that to get to her and then take her to the authorities.

Hope: Well, Shawn, this is great. I mean, I'm really proud of you, sweetie, but the "Spectator" calls her "an international jewel thief," which means you could have been seriously hurt.

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Hope: These people don't play around.

Belle: Yeah, well, I don't think any man's safe around that woman. Right, Shawn?

Maya: We're all alone. The guard's not at the door. I could do something very nice for you, and then you could do something for me, like let me slip out of here.

Philip: All I want from you are names -- who you're working with and how they're involved in this operation.

Maya: That's boring. Why don't we talk about your little girlfriend Belle?

Philip: Belle's not my girlfriend. She's my friend, okay, and she has nothing to do with this.

Maya: You love her, and it breaks your heart that she loves Shawn.

Philip: Let's just stick to the subject here. You tried to off Tony Dimera. Now, was my father involved?

Maya: I don't want to talk about business.

Philip: I don't care what you want to talk about. You are here to answer questions.

Maya: The only way to get over Belle is by making love to another woman.

John: What the hell is going on in here?

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Emily: I've developed a very special technique for dealing with libido problems.

Jennifer: Oh, Emily, uh, I think that we need to remember there are a lot of children watching the show with their moms right now.

Emily: Oh, no, children will love this. I use role-playing dolls. And I have a man doll and a woman doll, and I call them little Jack and little Jennifer.

Jennifer: That's us?

Emily: So why don't we try some role playing? Uh, Jack, you and Jennifer are getting ready for bed --

Jennifer: Oh, Emily, I really, really don't think this is a good idea right now.

Emily: Oh, no, don't be shy. This is all about the power of two. "Oh, I'm so sleepy, Jack. Well, good night. Sleep tight." Now, Jack, what do you say in response?

Jennifer: Do not answer that. Now, Emily, I have never been inclined to ask one of our guests to leave show, but I am asking to take your little dolls and your bag and get the hell out --

Jack: No, no, no. No, no, no. No, no, no. I'm -- I'm -- I'm into the dolls.

Jennifer: What?

Jack: I am. I'm -- may I?

Jennifer: The doll--

Emily: Good for you, Jack. We are about to witness a breakthrough. Now, don't hold back. Tell Jennifer exactly how you feel.

Cassie: You do own Club Echelon, don't you?

Tony: That's a well-guarded secret. How did you find that out?

Cassie: What difference does that make? I'm resourceful. You own it, I want to work there. It's the family business.

Tony: Yes, it's a business, one of many that I have, perfectly legal. But certainly not appropriate for a young lady to spend any time.

Cassie: Well, this young lady has to cut this short. I have to go to the police station and look over my statement. My hearing, remember?

Tony: On solicitation charges, yes. You make a father proud.

Cassie: Oh, it was all their mistake.

Tony: Cassie, you should be grateful that you have a father who loves you enough, he would set limits on your behavior.

Cassie: I wish that were true.

Tony: Damn it, that's true. What does that mean?!

Mimi: Hey, I'm sorry to interrupt, but --

Cassie: No, Mimi, you're not, because you just love butting in when you don't belong. I'm out of here.

Tony: Oh...what is it?

Mimi: Oh, well, I don't know where people who live in mansions keep the aspirin, but I couldn't find any, and Rex has a killer headache. There, I've done my good deed.

Rex: Wait, hey, hey.

Mimi: Let go of me.

Rex: Don't leave, Mimi. Please, I need you.

Bo: So, as you can see, your mom's come to my rescue a few times.

Hope: Well, you were always there to back me up, Brady.

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hope: Fair is fair, right, Belle?

Belle: Right.

Hope: You know, I did have a few bad moments in the chop shop, though. The carbon monoxide poisoning -- it took me right back to the Larry Welch nightmare. Do you ever think about it, Belle?

Belle: Yeah, sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night gasping for air. You know, girl power is great and all, but I never want to be in that kind of danger ever again. It was way too close.

John: I'll take it from here, Philip.

Philip: I was handling it.

John: Kind of looked like she was handling you.

Philip: Suit yourself. Ms. Leano here is still denying any involvement with Tony Dimera and any knowledge of the stolen diamonds.

John: Hmm. Oh, by the way, Tony survived the explosion on the yacht.

Maya: I don't know what you're talking about.

John: No, of course not.

Maya: I want my lawyer.

John: Mickey's not representing you in this case.

Maya: Then who is?

John: We'll get around to that. First I want to discuss something very personal with you.

Maya: Oh, how personal?

John: I was onboard the yacht when the bomb you planted exploded. I was almost killed alongside my half-brother. Now, call me crazy, but I take it personally when someone tries to kill me or any member of my family.

Rex: I, uh, I need to be alone with Mimi.

Tony: You know, I'm overwhelmed by the warm response I've had from my children today.

Rex: I'm glad you're home and that you're okay, but I just -- there's something important I need to tell Mimi about.

Mimi: It's okay. Call me later.

Rex: It's not okay. I want to talk to you now.

Tony: Oh, Rex, calm down. You don't want to scare the poor thing away.

Rex: Am I scaring you away?

Mimi: I just don't get what's happening to you.

Rex: I don't, either, but -- look, all I know is I can't face all these without you, so, please, just don’t leave me.

Mimi: I would have turned right back around and came back, anyway.

Rex: So you'll stay?

Mimi: I'm not going anywhere.

Rex: Thank god, I've got you to count on.

Maya: I'm glad you weren't blown up in an explosion. The world needs more men like you.

Philip: You're so full of it.

Maya: I won't apologize for liking men -- all kinds of men.

John: But apparently you could live without Tony Dimera, right? So why would you want your business partner out of the way? Want to talk about hot diamonds?

Maya: What hot diamonds?

John: The I.S.A. just intercepted a Kiriakis ship off the coast of Florida. I guess the payload was registered to -- well, what do you know? Maya Leano.

Maya: I want a lawyer, and one not like Mickey Horton.

John: You mean a crooked one, kind of like yourself? Shawn Brady heard you confess to planting the bomb on the ship. We got our hands on the hot diamonds.

Maya: I want a lawyer now!

John: Patience. I'm not done yet. We found something else on the shipment -- a mysterious gelatinous substance. The I.S.A. Is analyzing it as we speak.

Maya: That could be anything.

Philip: Yeah, but I got a sample of the stuff from a vial that you dropped.

John: Getting a bit hot in here, isn't it? Mm. Want to talk?

Hope: Belle, thank god your dad's okay.

Belle: I know. He and Tony could have died. That was really scary.

Bo: And you think Maya’s responsible?

Shawn-D: That's what the I.S.A. thinks.

Bo: So Maya and Tony were smuggling stolen diamonds?

Hope: What is it?

Bo: Nothing.

Hope: Nothing. Yeah, right. We know that look, don't we, Shawn?

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Hope: When your dad gets that glint in his eye. What is it? Something doesn't seem right to you, does it?

Bo: Hot diamonds. That's penny ante for the Dimeras. It's not global enough. It's beneath them.

Belle: Well, it wasn't just diamonds. I mean, there was this weird goopy stuff that Maya had in a vial, and she accidentally dropped it. Could that be anything?

Bo: Yeah, it could be. You guys know anything more about this weird goopy stuff?

John: Well, Miss Leano really shut it down when I mentioned that substance you found.

Philip: Mm-hmm. We're definitely on the right track. I think I'm gonna go back in there and see if I can get some more --

John: Philip, you're very talented, but if you let every beautiful woman you run across get the best of you --

Philip: No, that's not what happened.

John: It looked like she was calling the shots, and I can't risk this operation. Now, I'm going to meet my daughter for some coffee at the Brady pub. You file the paperwork and meet me there.

Philip: File the paperwork. What am I, a secretary?

John: We're not going to blow this case on a technicality.

Philip: John, we've got the goods on her. And we've got what Shawn overheard. We've got the diamonds --

John: Mr. Kiriakis, rule number two -- you can't be too careful. Now, you go over the paperwork, you make sure it's in order, and you file it, damn it, with a smile.

Philip: Ooh. I'm sorry. Ha ha. You know, you don't really need all this makeup, Cassie. I bet you look great without it.

Cassie: Thank you very much.

Philip: That's it? "Thank you"? Aren't you going to give me your patented little pouty look? I mean, what, you give it to every other guy you come across. Did I do something wrong?

Jack: If you don't mind, Emily, little Jack has something he'd like to say to you.

Emily: Well, that’s unusual, but, uh, go ahead, Jack. Let it out.

Jack: Thank you.

Emily: It is very important to ask for permission. Go on.

Jack: You see, Emily, my problem is my nose.

Emily: Oh, your nose. That's interesting.

Jack: As a journalist, we're famous for being able to smell a phony from miles away, and, even better, at being able to tell when someone's selling us a bill of goods. Now, tell me, you are a doctor, Em. I mean, there is an "M.D." Or "PhD." After your name?

Emily: I have credentials.

Jack: Oh, that's funny, because we did some research and found that you hadn't even graduated from college, and here you are going around saying you can give advice on one of the most crucial aspects of a marriage -- namely, a couple's intimate relations.

Emily: What?

Jennifer: I think you'd better go, Emily.

Jack: Mm.

Emily: No one talks to me like this. I have never been treated this badly in my life.

Jack: Yeah, well, I think you better just take your book and get out the house, Miss Cooper. That is Miss Cooper, isn't it? Bye-bye. Say bye-bye.

Emily: Oh!

Jennifer: Bye-bye.

Jack: Bye-bye.

Jennifer: Bye-bye.

Jack: Bye-bye.

Jennifer: Jack! That was incredible. You were wonderful.

Jack: We were wonderful.

Jennifer: Is my husband a 10 or what?

Mimi: Want me to take you to a doctor?

Tony: A doctor? Is your headache that bad, Rex?

Rex: No, no. I just -- I pulled a muscle, that's all.

Tony: Ah. Well, if you're feeling all right, I'd like to have a word with you in private.

Mimi: I'm going to take a shower.

Tony: She's very fond of you.

Rex: Yeah. Mimi's great. Hey, I'm glad you're okay.

Tony: That laser you created to turn coal into diamonds -- I'm sorry, it didn't fare very well. It's now at the bottom of the sea.

Rex: Oh, well, how will that affect your project, or whatever it is?

Tony: Well, this near-death experience has made me check my priorities. But first up -- retaliation against the bitch who tried to kill me.

Philip: What -- what did I say? I was just teasing, Cassie.

Cassie: No, you weren’t. You and every other guy in Salem -- you think I'm a slut. You know, what do I except when I throw myself at anything with boxers?

Philip: Well, I was just wondering why I'm suddenly the only guy that you don't flirt with. I mean, did I do something?

Cassie: No. No. It's -- it's not you. It’s...me.

Philip: Do you want to talk about it?

Cassie: No, I can't. Um...I can’t. But don't worry, because I will not be coming on to you anymore. Excuse me.

Philip: Hey, Cassie! 

Jack: What ever happened to my brilliant career?

Jennifer: Jack, you are a talk show celebrity.

Jack: My point exactly. I used to be a serious journalist, not that I ever got close to the Pulitzer, but my writing made a difference in a few people's lives, and now all I do is play with dolls.

Jennifer: You know what, Jack? You make a big difference to me every single day, and I'll have you know that our ratings are as off the charts as our sex life.

Jack: Well, that'll probably end after today. The ratings part. I mean, Jennifer, I threw our guest off the air.

Jennifer: Well, we both did, Jack, and the people at home are probably cheering because Emily Cooper was a pill.

Jack: A poser. A dilettante.

Jennifer: Yes, a phony. And you called it. And I had a talk with Schmenkmen about bringing that woman on the show.

Jack: You know, I'm going to start doing the booking from now on.

Jennifer: See? That's great. This is great. You love our show.

Jack: Yes, and I care about our professionalism.

Jennifer: That's right. And you care -- you care about the people at home.

Jack: Why should people have to sit there and watch sex-crazed dolls while they're ironing their husband's shirts? What? What's so funny?

Jennifer: I can't think of the last time I ever ironed your shirt.

Jack: Really? Has it been a while?

Jennifer: Yeah, it's been years.

Jack: My point exactly! There goes another lost home art. Do you know how many high schools are dropping Home Ec. classes right and left?

Jennifer: Well, think of the dry cleaners of the world. It gives them more business, right?

Jack: Yeah, but what's going to happen -- how can they use up all the time -- the time that they used to be learning to iron, cook, and sew -- and what's poor randy little Jack going to do? Hmm?

Jennifer: Well, I don't know. I suppose he could -- where's my -- where's my little doll? He could go after lusty little Jennifer. "Oh, hi, little Jack." "Oh, hi, Jennifer."

Jack: Put the doll down.

Jennifer: Why? They're cute, Jack. We'll give 'em to Abby or something.

Jack: That's enough with the freakazoid dolls. Come here.

Jennifer: Wha—

Tony: You know, I always knew I had to watch my back where Maya was concerned. But I didn't think she would literally try to kill me. What's going on with you? You seem far away.

Rex: No. No. I was just -- I was thinking how treacherous life can be when the stakes are high and everybody wants what you've got.

Tony: Yes, well, let that be a lesson to you. Be careful who you bed down with, professionally as well as personally.

Rex: Are you warning me about Mimi?

Tony: No, no, no, no, no, no. I think she's very good for you.

Rex: She is.

Tony: But I've got to tell you, one good thing that came out of this near-death experience is my brother and I have decided to bury the hatchet.

Rex: Are you serious?

Tony: Yes. We are enemies no longer.

Rex: What happened on that yacht?

Tony: I don't know. I think my brother and I discovered that we had more in common than we realized.

Belle: Well, the stuff looked kind of disgusting to me, but Maya was treating it like it was something precious.

John: Where's my daughter?

Belle: There's my dad! Hi!

John: Hey! Ha ha! You happy to see me, tink, huh?

Belle: Hey, don't ever, ever scare me like that again.

Bo: Glad to have you back in one piece.

John: Same here, Bo. You two gotta be pretty proud of your son, huh?

Hope: Of course we are. You bet we are.

Shawn-D: The whole thing just sort of fell in my lap.

John: Yeah. It was heroic, Shawn. Don't fight it. You really stepped up when it counted. I'm proud of you.

Philip: Hey, guys.

Mimi: Hi there.

Rex: You look so beautiful.

Mimi: You look -- there are no words.

Mimi: Wait. What happened to your headache?

Rex: What headache?

Tony: Was everything all right at the police station?

Cassie: Fine.

Tony: I'm sorry. I should've gone with you.

Cassie: It's okay. I don't want to argue with you.

Tony: Well, there's no reason to argue anymore. It's enough you quit the job. We won't discuss this  again.

Cassie: I don't want to quit my job.

Tony: I'm trying to understand why you're trying to cheapen yourself.

Cassie: I don't think of it in that way.

Tony: You're a Dimera. You have a name to uphold, for god's sake. It's my fault. They say that young girls who go seeking the company of strange men do it because they didn't receive enough love from their father.

Cassie: No, I don't blame you at all.

Tony: No, no. I blame myself if this near-death experience hasn't turned my life inside-out -- things that I thought were important are no longer a priority. What's important is you and your brother. I want to know what's troubling you. I want to be able to take care of you. That's what a father does.

Philip: Yeah, Shawn did an awesome job, guys.

Shawn-D: I'm just glad it's over.

Bo: Hmm, there may be room for another partner in the bounty hunting business.

Hope: Brady.

Bo: What? He'd be great. Ow!

Hope: You're kidding. I don't want our son putting himself in some of the same situations we've been in lately.

Shawn-D: Oh, and I just love the fact that you two run around in the middle of danger all the time, too, so there.

Bo: What are you talking about? I was a cop for years. You didn't have a problem with that.

Shawn-D: Who says I didn't? I'm proud of you, dad, and I always have been. And that goes for now. I just don't like having to worry about you getting hurt. Now that mom's involved... I'm just saying I don't like thinking about it, that's all.

Bo: Well, you should be thinking about somebody else and enjoying yourself.

Shawn-D: Oh, believe me, I'm thinking about this one all the time.

John: You have a second?

Philip: Yeah. You want to blast me, you go ahead, man.

John: I think you know I'm still worked up over what you did -- jeopardizing the mission by involving a civilian.

Philip: Your daughter --

John: Affirmative. My daughter, Shawn Brady -- critical mistake.

Philip: Would you be so upset if it hadn't have been Belle?

John: Insubordination makes it worse. It's called teamwork, Philip Kiriakis, and frankly, you don't play very well.

Philip: Do you -- do you have a point here?

John: The point is, you're not cut out for the I.S.A.

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Jennifer: I can't believe it. The phone didn't ring. Nobody came to the door. Just you and me on a weekday morning, Jack.

Jack: Doing what we do best. I love you, Mrs. Deveraux.

Jennifer: And I love you, Mr. Deveraux.

Rex: Where is that laser blueprint?

Rex: You know, if my invention can be used to continue the Dimera legacy...

Tony: You know, you make us all proud. Your achievement -- it's remarkable.

Rex: You know, I have been struggling with trying to figure out why I was created -- for what purpose, and by whom. To finally have done something useful -- it means so much. Especially for you, father.

Tony: You know, I ask nothing of you. Your sister -- she's struggling because of the disadvantages of her childhood. I blame my father. I blame myself. I don't love her any less. But you -- I'm so proud of you, my son.

Rex: Thank you. I mean, to be part of the family business -- it means everything to me. Thank you, dad.

Rex: Power is everything. Tony taught me that. And what I'm working on will give us unlimited power. We'll be invaluable to the Dimera empire. We'll always have a place in this family -- forever.

Cassie: I don't understand.

Rex: Look, I can't explain everything to you yet, but we're going to be Dimeras in every way that matters. We always will be. No one can take our name or our family away from us. You have to believe that. We all have to.

Mimi: Rex! What is it?

Rex: It's gone!

Mimi: What's gone?

Rex: My laser! All the work I did!

Mimi: God! Weren't you making another one?

Tony: Cassie, if you don't trust your own father, who can you trust?

Cassie: You can't fix this. Nobody can. I have to deal with this on my own.

Tony: But not by working at echelon.

Cassie: I'm old enough to make my own decisions.

Tony: I am your father. And I will do what's best for you, and I'm warning you right now, I will not put up with your belligerent attitude.

Cassie: Well, maybe you won't have to! Maybe I just won't be here.

Tony: Oh...

Philip: Look, the mission could've gone better, all right? And you're entitled to your opinion about the job that I did. But I'm committed to this. I'm not giving up.

John: Well, then you got a lot to prove, P.K.

Hope: Do I have to feed you, honey? You need to eat.

Bo: Smile, and do what she says. It works for me.

Shawn-D: Yes, mom. Okay, mom.

Belle: Excuse me for a minute. I'm not hungry.

Belle: Hey.

Philip: Hey.

Belle: Everything okay?

Philip: Yeah, sure.

Belle: I don't know. You and my dad over here -- looked like there was some tension or something.

Philip: No. Everything's peachy.

Belle: Right. Look, Philip, my dad's a great guy, but, um, he expects a lot.

Philip: Yeah.

Belle: Do you want me to talk to him for you?

Philip: No, that's okay. Thanks, though.

Belle: No problem.

Shawn-D: Hey. You ready to go?

Belle: Yeah. Yeah. Philip, you want to go with us?

Philip: Um, no. I got some place I gotta be, you guys. You go ahead.

Shawn-D: Oh, yeah, more important than your friends. That's cool, man. I'm not hurt or anything.

Philip: I'll see you guys later, all right?

Shawn-D: Later, man.

Belle: Bye.

Shawn-D: Mom, dad, I'll see you.

Hope: Bye, sweetie. Grab something to eat. I love you. I'm proud of you.

Shawn-D: All right.

Belle: Hey, now that our little adventure's over, we won't be seeing Philip that much anymore, huh?

Shawn-D: Things change, I guess.

Philip: Hey, Cassie, it's Philip. You remember me? I'm the guy that you're not at all attracted to, right? Um, well, seriously, I-I have something of yours, so if you want it, I'm at the Brady pub. See ya.

Hope: Hey.

Bo: What?

Hope: You got that look.

Bo: This is the one that turns you on?

Hope: You're thinking about that goopy stuff, aren't you?

Bo: Yeah. It's gotta be something important for Tony to be involved. You want to check it out with me?

Hope: If the I.S.A. couldn't figure out what it is, what makes you think we can?

Bo: Because we're good. That's why.

Hope: You're right. Very good. Let's go for it. Come here, Brady.

Cassie: You can't do this. You can't just play god with my life.

Tony: I'm your father!

Cassie: I hate you.

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Philip: There is a much more important issue here -- Tony Dimera. Why are we dropping the investigation, John?

Lucas: You know what? You are making a huge mistake.

Nicole: Are you crazy? What are you doing here?

Larry: There's no way I'm letting you out of this deal. Victor's a dead man.

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Jennifer: Yeah.

Jack: Barry! What is the big idea booking this kook as our guest today -- this wacko posing as a serious author.

Barry: We're going on air, Jack.

Jack: Have you given any thought what Jennifer and I are supposed to do with this person, this supposed expert? What kind of questions are we supposed to ask?

Man: 5...4...3...

Jack: Wait a minute. I can't --

Man: 2...Who's in the house now?

Jennifer: Hello, and welcome back to "In The House." Say hello, Jack.

Jack: Hello, Jack. Boy, have we got a show for you today.

Jennifer: We do. We do. We have an incredible show today. We are going to be talking about our favorite subject. Not food. You know it's not food. It's sex. We're gonna talk about sex today, and we have an incredible renowned sex therapist with us. Her name is Emily Cooper. Let's welcome her right now. Emily, come on in. Thanks for joining us.

Emily: Hi.

Jennifer: We don't bite.

Jack: Speak for yourself.

Jennifer: Um, make yourself comfortable. Would you like another pillow?

Emily: Oh, I'm fine, thank you, Jennifer.

Jennifer: Good. Why don't you say hello, Jack?

Jack: Hi, Em. Get any lately?

Jennifer: Ha ha ha! I forgot to tell you that, Jack -- he's the kidder on the show. So he's kidding.

Jack: Tell me, were you about to disparage my prowess? Because I'll tell you right now, Jennifer and me, we -- no, wait a minute. I'm not even going there. Not on t.v. Not even not on t.v. Whatever a man and a woman do between themselves in their bedroom or any other room is their business and their business alone. So, not only do we not need you, Miss Emily Cooper, we don't want you even if we did need you -- which we don’t.

Emily: Sorry, Jack, but you most certainly do need a sex therapist.

Mimi: I love waking up in your arms.

Rex: We didn't get much sleep.

Mimi: Funny, I don't feel very tired, do you?

Rex: Nope.

Mimi: I've got all kinds of energy. Can you think of a way I could possibly work it off?

Rex: [ Groans ] Ahh!

Mimi: What's wrong?

Rex: Oh, god...

Mimi: Oh, my gosh, Rex, what is it?

Rex: I feel like my head's going to explode.

Tony: Well, what a glorious morning to be alive. Well, don't you look beautiful, my dear. Oh, come, give your father a welcome back hug. Ahh, come, I'm home. No cause for tears. This should be a celebration.

Cassie: You almost died.

Tony: But I didn’t.

Cassie: I just don't know what I would do if I ever lost you.

Tony: Well, no need to worry about that. I'll always be here for you.

Cassie: Promise?

Tony: Why, sure, I promise. Yeah, I promise.

Hope: All right, Zack, come on, sweetie. Have one more bite for mommy. You want to grow up to be big and strong like your daddy and Shawn, right?

Bo: And mommy.

Hope: And mommy.

Bo: Mmm!

Hope: You know what? You are so cute that mommy could just eat you right up. And you know what? I think I will start with the tip of your nose.

Bo: Ha ha ha ha. Can daddy get in on this whipped cream action?

Hope: What do you think, Zack? Should we let daddy get in on this whipped cream action? Let's see about that.

Bo: Mmm.

Hope: Mmm.

Bo: Hey.

Hope: Let me get that, okay?

Bo: Holy smokes.

Hope: What?

Bo: Listen to this. "Shawn Brady, son of former police officers Bo and hope Brady, is credited with apprehending international jewel thief, Maya Leano --"

Hope: What? Let me see that.

Bo: Hey.

Hope: Hold on a second. Let me see.

Maya: I don't like being interrogated most of the time. But looking at you, sweetheart, I can see that this is going to be different. Tell whoever assigned you that Maya says thanks.

Philip: The government assigned me. They think I can get the job done.

Maya: Someone knows me real well, knows what I like -- blue eyes, sexy smile.

Philip: You're not going to be seeing me smile much.

Maya: Yeah, we'll see about that. Did they tell you to offer me a deal, baby?

Philip: You come clean about your involvement with Tony Dimera and the stolen diamonds, they might consider cutting you a deal.

Maya: If you're going to negotiate with me, just a heads-up -- I'm real good.

Shawn-D: You know, I was really proud of you last night.

Belle: Why is that?

Shawn-D: Well, you could have freaked when Maya planted that kiss on me, but you didn’t. You were cool.

Belle: Yeah, well, it helps knowing that Maya’s in jail now. Besides, it's not like you kissed her.

Shawn-D: Um...

Belle: "Um..."?

Shawn-D: I don't want to keep any secrets from you, so I'm going to tell you that earlier that night, I did kiss Maya.

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Jack: You know that I need a sex therapist? How? How could you possibly know anything personal about someone you never even met before?

Jennifer: Jack, I think that Emily is trying to help our audience.

Jack: I know what she's trying to do. She's trying to sell her book, right, Em?

Emily: Well, observing you for the last few minutes, Jack, I can tell that you're a hothead, very impulsive, not inclined to take your time, not a man who's inclined to be patient.

Jennifer: Well, now, Emily, I think -- I think that Jack can be very patient.

Emily: Well, I haven't observed that. I see a man who feels threatened by competent women. And that is a red warning flag.

Jack: You think I'm threatened by you?

Emily: Well, Jack, your wife is also a competent female. She's a successful co-host of a talk show. And as you can see, Jennifer has been listening, taking her time, not rushing. So, whatever problems the two of you are having between the sheets, all the evidence points to you, Jack.

Jack: Okay, Em. Okay, you came on the show to push your book. Let's push it. Let's see what you got, all right? I want you to do your couples therapy on Jennifer and me right here, right now.

Jennifer: No! No, I don't think that's a good idea, Jack.

Jack: No, no, it's okay. It's okay. Really, it's okay. Let's see what the esteemed expert has to say. I have a problem, Em. I got a problem. I have to tell you, whenever I'm in the mood, Jennifer has a headache. Tell me, what am I doing wrong?

Emily: Hmm...

Rex: [ Panting ]

Mimi: Have you been to a doctor about this?

Rex: Ahh!

Mimi: I mean, I've never seen anybody have a headache this bad before. Oh, god, sweetie, why did this happen all of a sudden? We were just lying here feeling good, and then --

Rex: I don't know.

Mimi: Tell me if this is dumb, but maybe this is a kind of delayed reaction to finding out Kate and Roman are your parents, not Tony and marline. I mean, if I found out my parents weren't really mine, I'd freak out for sure.

Rex: Damn it, Mimi, this isn't the time to remind me I'm not a Dimera. It'll just make it worse.

Mimi: Okay, fine, I'll shut up. In fact, why don't I just get out of your way completely? Uhh!

Rex: Oh...god. What's wrong with me?

Tony: Okay, so, how have things been on the home front while I've been gone? Anything new?

Cassie: I have news. I got a job.

Tony: A job? Well, what for? Don't I give you a handsome allowance fit for a Dimera princess?

Cassie: Well, of course, but I want to be independent and steer my own ship. I don't want to depend on handouts.

Tony: Well, that's admirable. What kind of job?

Cassie: Hostessing at Club Echelon.

Tony: Oh -- ha ha. Okay, where's the hidden camera? I understand what's going on. You're going to drop the bombshell, I'm supposed to respond ranting and raving, and then someone -- your brother Rex -- rushes in with a videotape and has me losing my cool, and we all have a "ha ha."

Cassie: It's not a joke. I went in for a drink, and the night manager hired me as a hostess.

Tony: Over my dead body.

Cassie: Don't even say that. You almost did die.

Tony: Don't you provoke me with this kind of silly nonsense about hostessing! Good god, do you understand what that job requires?

Cassie: Well, yes. He gave me an audition and said that I was a natural.

Tony: I'll kill him.

Cassie: Dad!

Tony: No, no, no. I'll tell you what. You're going to call him, and you're going to quit your job -- no, on second thought, I'll tell him.

Cassie: Okay, why is it okay for you to own Echelon, but I can't work there?

Tony: Because, my darling, I don't walk around half-dressed, exposing myself and serving drinks to drunks who ogle over my body! My daughter will not be exploited by --

Cassie: By who? By you?

Shawn-D: It's not the kind of kiss to get jealous about.

Belle: A kiss is a kiss, Shawn. When your lips touch her lips --

Shawn-D: She was getting suspicious of me. I had to do something to get her off that.

Belle: And kissing her was the only thing that you could think of?

Shawn-D: Come on, you know the kind of woman Maya is, all right? I had to think fast. Kissing her was my best move. Listen, it didn't mean anything.

Shawn-D: I love you. Now come on, let's go get breakfast.

Belle: Okay.

Bo: Let me finish that.

Hope: No, wait, let me just finish the article.

Bo: Oh, there he is. He's --

Hope: What? The hero. My son the hero.

Shawn-D: Mom, hi.

Hope: Oh, honey, I'm so proud of you.

Shawn-D: Thanks.

Bo: Your mom's excited to have a famous son.

Shawn-D: Famous? I don't know about famous.

Bo: Yeah, you're famous. Right here -- second page of the "spectator." All about how you nabbed that Maya person.

Hope: Belle, you must be so proud of him.

Belle: Yeah, I am.

Shawn-D: Where's Zack?

Bo: He's upstairs playing with grandma. Now don't change the subject. Give us the scoop on this story.

Shawn-D: You know, I am starving. I just --

Hope: Oh, well, here, help yourself. Take my pancakes, and I'll order some more when the waitress comes around. Now start from the beginning. Come on.

Shawn-D: Um, it all started when I was working with Mickey at the law firm. I got to know Maya.

Hope: Mm-hmm.

Belle: Yeah, and of course, she had a thing for Shawn, so he used that to get to her and then take her to the authorities.

Hope: Well, Shawn, this is great. I mean, I'm really proud of you, sweetie, but the "Spectator" calls her "an international jewel thief," which means you could have been seriously hurt.

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Hope: These people don't play around.

Belle: Yeah, well, I don't think any man's safe around that woman. Right, Shawn?

Maya: We're all alone. The guard's not at the door. I could do something very nice for you, and then you could do something for me, like let me slip out of here.

Philip: All I want from you are names -- who you're working with and how they're involved in this operation.

Maya: That's boring. Why don't we talk about your little girlfriend Belle?

Philip: Belle's not my girlfriend. She's my friend, okay, and she has nothing to do with this.

Maya: You love her, and it breaks your heart that she loves Shawn.

Philip: Let's just stick to the subject here. You tried to off Tony Dimera. Now, was my father involved?

Maya: I don't want to talk about business.

Philip: I don't care what you want to talk about. You are here to answer questions.

Maya: The only way to get over Belle is by making love to another woman.

John: What the hell is going on in here?

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Emily: I've developed a very special technique for dealing with libido problems.

Jennifer: Oh, Emily, uh, I think that we need to remember there are a lot of children watching the show with their moms right now.

Emily: Oh, no, children will love this. I use role-playing dolls. And I have a man doll and a woman doll, and I call them little Jack and little Jennifer.

Jennifer: That's us?

Emily: So why don't we try some role playing? Uh, Jack, you and Jennifer are getting ready for bed --

Jennifer: Oh, Emily, I really, really don't think this is a good idea right now.

Emily: Oh, no, don't be shy. This is all about the power of two. "Oh, I'm so sleepy, Jack. Well, good night. Sleep tight." Now, Jack, what do you say in response?

Jennifer: Do not answer that. Now, Emily, I have never been inclined to ask one of our guests to leave show, but I am asking to take your little dolls and your bag and get the hell out --

Jack: No, no, no. No, no, no. No, no, no. I'm -- I'm -- I'm into the dolls.

Jennifer: What?

Jack: I am. I'm -- may I?

Jennifer: The doll--

Emily: Good for you, Jack. We are about to witness a breakthrough. Now, don't hold back. Tell Jennifer exactly how you feel.

Cassie: You do own Club Echelon, don't you?

Tony: That's a well-guarded secret. How did you find that out?

Cassie: What difference does that make? I'm resourceful. You own it, I want to work there. It's the family business.

Tony: Yes, it's a business, one of many that I have, perfectly legal. But certainly not appropriate for a young lady to spend any time.

Cassie: Well, this young lady has to cut this short. I have to go to the police station and look over my statement. My hearing, remember?

Tony: On solicitation charges, yes. You make a father proud.

Cassie: Oh, it was all their mistake.

Tony: Cassie, you should be grateful that you have a father who loves you enough, he would set limits on your behavior.

Cassie: I wish that were true.

Tony: Damn it, that's true. What does that mean?!

Mimi: Hey, I'm sorry to interrupt, but --

Cassie: No, Mimi, you're not, because you just love butting in when you don't belong. I'm out of here.

Tony: Oh...what is it?

Mimi: Oh, well, I don't know where people who live in mansions keep the aspirin, but I couldn't find any, and Rex has a killer headache. There, I've done my good deed.

Rex: Wait, hey, hey.

Mimi: Let go of me.

Rex: Don't leave, Mimi. Please, I need you.

Bo: So, as you can see, your mom's come to my rescue a few times.

Hope: Well, you were always there to back me up, Brady.

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hope: Fair is fair, right, Belle?

Belle: Right.

Hope: You know, I did have a few bad moments in the chop shop, though. The carbon monoxide poisoning -- it took me right back to the Larry Welch nightmare. Do you ever think about it, Belle?

Belle: Yeah, sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night gasping for air. You know, girl power is great and all, but I never want to be in that kind of danger ever again. It was way too close.

John: I'll take it from here, Philip.

Philip: I was handling it.

John: Kind of looked like she was handling you.

Philip: Suit yourself. Ms. Leano here is still denying any involvement with Tony Dimera and any knowledge of the stolen diamonds.

John: Hmm. Oh, by the way, Tony survived the explosion on the yacht.

Maya: I don't know what you're talking about.

John: No, of course not.

Maya: I want my lawyer.

John: Mickey's not representing you in this case.

Maya: Then who is?

John: We'll get around to that. First I want to discuss something very personal with you.

Maya: Oh, how personal?

John: I was onboard the yacht when the bomb you planted exploded. I was almost killed alongside my half-brother. Now, call me crazy, but I take it personally when someone tries to kill me or any member of my family.

Rex: I, uh, I need to be alone with Mimi.

Tony: You know, I'm overwhelmed by the warm response I've had from my children today.

Rex: I'm glad you're home and that you're okay, but I just -- there's something important I need to tell Mimi about.

Mimi: It's okay. Call me later.

Rex: It's not okay. I want to talk to you now.

Tony: Oh, Rex, calm down. You don't want to scare the poor thing away.

Rex: Am I scaring you away?

Mimi: I just don't get what's happening to you.

Rex: I don't, either, but -- look, all I know is I can't face all these without you, so, please, just don’t leave me.

Mimi: I would have turned right back around and came back, anyway.

Rex: So you'll stay?

Mimi: I'm not going anywhere.

Rex: Thank god, I've got you to count on.

Maya: I'm glad you weren't blown up in an explosion. The world needs more men like you.

Philip: You're so full of it.

Maya: I won't apologize for liking men -- all kinds of men.

John: But apparently you could live without Tony Dimera, right? So why would you want your business partner out of the way? Want to talk about hot diamonds?

Maya: What hot diamonds?

John: The I.S.A. just intercepted a Kiriakis ship off the coast of Florida. I guess the payload was registered to -- well, what do you know? Maya Leano.

Maya: I want a lawyer, and one not like Mickey Horton.

John: You mean a crooked one, kind of like yourself? Shawn Brady heard you confess to planting the bomb on the ship. We got our hands on the hot diamonds.

Maya: I want a lawyer now!

John: Patience. I'm not done yet. We found something else on the shipment -- a mysterious gelatinous substance. The I.S.A. Is analyzing it as we speak.

Maya: That could be anything.

Philip: Yeah, but I got a sample of the stuff from a vial that you dropped.

John: Getting a bit hot in here, isn't it? Mm. Want to talk?

Hope: Belle, thank god your dad's okay.

Belle: I know. He and Tony could have died. That was really scary.

Bo: And you think Maya’s responsible?

Shawn-D: That's what the I.S.A. thinks.

Bo: So Maya and Tony were smuggling stolen diamonds?

Hope: What is it?

Bo: Nothing.

Hope: Nothing. Yeah, right. We know that look, don't we, Shawn?

Shawn-D: Yeah.

Hope: When your dad gets that glint in his eye. What is it? Something doesn't seem right to you, does it?

Bo: Hot diamonds. That's penny ante for the Dimeras. It's not global enough. It's beneath them.

Belle: Well, it wasn't just diamonds. I mean, there was this weird goopy stuff that Maya had in a vial, and she accidentally dropped it. Could that be anything?

Bo: Yeah, it could be. You guys know anything more about this weird goopy stuff?

John: Well, Miss Leano really shut it down when I mentioned that substance you found.

Philip: Mm-hmm. We're definitely on the right track. I think I'm gonna go back in there and see if I can get some more --

John: Philip, you're very talented, but if you let every beautiful woman you run across get the best of you --

Philip: No, that's not what happened.

John: It looked like she was calling the shots, and I can't risk this operation. Now, I'm going to meet my daughter for some coffee at the Brady pub. You file the paperwork and meet me there.

Philip: File the paperwork. What am I, a secretary?

John: We're not going to blow this case on a technicality.

Philip: John, we've got the goods on her. And we've got what Shawn overheard. We've got the diamonds --

John: Mr. Kiriakis, rule number two -- you can't be too careful. Now, you go over the paperwork, you make sure it's in order, and you file it, damn it, with a smile.

Philip: Ooh. I'm sorry. Ha ha. You know, you don't really need all this makeup, Cassie. I bet you look great without it.

Cassie: Thank you very much.

Philip: That's it? "Thank you"? Aren't you going to give me your patented little pouty look? I mean, what, you give it to every other guy you come across. Did I do something wrong?

Jack: If you don't mind, Emily, little Jack has something he'd like to say to you.

Emily: Well, that’s unusual, but, uh, go ahead, Jack. Let it out.

Jack: Thank you.

Emily: It is very important to ask for permission. Go on.

Jack: You see, Emily, my problem is my nose.

Emily: Oh, your nose. That's interesting.

Jack: As a journalist, we're famous for being able to smell a phony from miles away, and, even better, at being able to tell when someone's selling us a bill of goods. Now, tell me, you are a doctor, Em. I mean, there is an "M.D." Or "PhD." After your name?

Emily: I have credentials.

Jack: Oh, that's funny, because we did some research and found that you hadn't even graduated from college, and here you are going around saying you can give advice on one of the most crucial aspects of a marriage -- namely, a couple's intimate relations.

Emily: What?

Jennifer: I think you'd better go, Emily.

Jack: Mm.

Emily: No one talks to me like this. I have never been treated this badly in my life.

Jack: Yeah, well, I think you better just take your book and get out the house, Miss Cooper. That is Miss Cooper, isn't it? Bye-bye. Say bye-bye.

Emily: Oh!

Jennifer: Bye-bye.

Jack: Bye-bye.

Jennifer: Bye-bye.

Jack: Bye-bye.

Jennifer: Jack! That was incredible. You were wonderful.

Jack: We were wonderful.

Jennifer: Is my husband a 10 or what?

Mimi: Want me to take you to a doctor?

Tony: A doctor? Is your headache that bad, Rex?

Rex: No, no. I just -- I pulled a muscle, that's all.

Tony: Ah. Well, if you're feeling all right, I'd like to have a word with you in private.

Mimi: I'm going to take a shower.

Tony: She's very fond of you.

Rex: Yeah. Mimi's great. Hey, I'm glad you're okay.

Tony: That laser you created to turn coal into diamonds -- I'm sorry, it didn't fare very well. It's now at the bottom of the sea.

Rex: Oh, well, how will that affect your project, or whatever it is?

Tony: Well, this near-death experience has made me check my priorities. But first up -- retaliation against the bitch who tried to kill me.

Philip: What -- what did I say? I was just teasing, Cassie.

Cassie: No, you weren’t. You and every other guy in Salem -- you think I'm a slut. You know, what do I except when I throw myself at anything with boxers?

Philip: Well, I was just wondering why I'm suddenly the only guy that you don't flirt with. I mean, did I do something?

Cassie: No. No. It's -- it's not you. It’s...me.

Philip: Do you want to talk about it?

Cassie: No, I can't. Um...I can’t. But don't worry, because I will not be coming on to you anymore. Excuse me.

Philip: Hey, Cassie! 

Jack: What ever happened to my brilliant career?

Jennifer: Jack, you are a talk show celebrity.

Jack: My point exactly. I used to be a serious journalist, not that I ever got close to the Pulitzer, but my writing made a difference in a few people's lives, and now all I do is play with dolls.

Jennifer: You know what, Jack? You make a big difference to me every single day, and I'll have you know that our ratings are as off the charts as our sex life.

Jack: Well, that'll probably end after today. The ratings part. I mean, Jennifer, I threw our guest off the air.

Jennifer: Well, we both did, Jack, and the people at home are probably cheering because Emily Cooper was a pill.

Jack: A poser. A dilettante.

Jennifer: Yes, a phony. And you called it. And I had a talk with Schmenkmen about bringing that woman on the show.

Jack: You know, I'm going to start doing the booking from now on.

Jennifer: See? That's great. This is great. You love our show.

Jack: Yes, and I care about our professionalism.

Jennifer: That's right. And you care -- you care about the people at home.

Jack: Why should people have to sit there and watch sex-crazed dolls while they're ironing their husband's shirts? What? What's so funny?

Jennifer: I can't think of the last time I ever ironed your shirt.

Jack: Really? Has it been a while?

Jennifer: Yeah, it's been years.

Jack: My point exactly! There goes another lost home art. Do you know how many high schools are dropping Home Ec. classes right and left?

Jennifer: Well, think of the dry cleaners of the world. It gives them more business, right?

Jack: Yeah, but what's going to happen -- how can they use up all the time -- the time that they used to be learning to iron, cook, and sew -- and what's poor randy little Jack going to do? Hmm?

Jennifer: Well, I don't know. I suppose he could -- where's my -- where's my little doll? He could go after lusty little Jennifer. "Oh, hi, little Jack." "Oh, hi, Jennifer."

Jack: Put the doll down.

Jennifer: Why? They're cute, Jack. We'll give 'em to Abby or something.

Jack: That's enough with the freakazoid dolls. Come here.

Jennifer: Wha—

Tony: You know, I always knew I had to watch my back where Maya was concerned. But I didn't think she would literally try to kill me. What's going on with you? You seem far away.

Rex: No. No. I was just -- I was thinking how treacherous life can be when the stakes are high and everybody wants what you've got.

Tony: Yes, well, let that be a lesson to you. Be careful who you bed down with, professionally as well as personally.

Rex: Are you warning me about Mimi?

Tony: No, no, no, no, no, no. I think she's very good for you.

Rex: She is.

Tony: But I've got to tell you, one good thing that came out of this near-death experience is my brother and I have decided to bury the hatchet.

Rex: Are you serious?

Tony: Yes. We are enemies no longer.

Rex: What happened on that yacht?

Tony: I don't know. I think my brother and I discovered that we had more in common than we realized.

Belle: Well, the stuff looked kind of disgusting to me, but Maya was treating it like it was something precious.

John: Where's my daughter?

Belle: There's my dad! Hi!

John: Hey! Ha ha! You happy to see me, tink, huh?

Belle: Hey, don't ever, ever scare me like that again.

Bo: Glad to have you back in one piece.

John: Same here, Bo. You two gotta be pretty proud of your son, huh?

Hope: Of course we are. You bet we are.

Shawn-D: The whole thing just sort of fell in my lap.

John: Yeah. It was heroic, Shawn. Don't fight it. You really stepped up when it counted. I'm proud of you.

Philip: Hey, guys.

Mimi: Hi there.

Rex: You look so beautiful.

Mimi: You look -- there are no words.

Mimi: Wait. What happened to your headache?

Rex: What headache?

Tony: Was everything all right at the police station?

Cassie: Fine.

Tony: I'm sorry. I should've gone with you.

Cassie: It's okay. I don't want to argue with you.

Tony: Well, there's no reason to argue anymore. It's enough you quit the job. We won't discuss this  again.

Cassie: I don't want to quit my job.

Tony: I'm trying to understand why you're trying to cheapen yourself.

Cassie: I don't think of it in that way.

Tony: You're a Dimera. You have a name to uphold, for god's sake. It's my fault. They say that young girls who go seeking the company of strange men do it because they didn't receive enough love from their father.

Cassie: No, I don't blame you at all.

Tony: No, no. I blame myself if this near-death experience hasn't turned my life inside-out -- things that I thought were important are no longer a priority. What's important is you and your brother. I want to know what's troubling you. I want to be able to take care of you. That's what a father does.

Philip: Yeah, Shawn did an awesome job, guys.

Shawn-D: I'm just glad it's over.

Bo: Hmm, there may be room for another partner in the bounty hunting business.

Hope: Brady.

Bo: What? He'd be great. Ow!

Hope: You're kidding. I don't want our son putting himself in some of the same situations we've been in lately.

Shawn-D: Oh, and I just love the fact that you two run around in the middle of danger all the time, too, so there.

Bo: What are you talking about? I was a cop for years. You didn't have a problem with that.

Shawn-D: Who says I didn't? I'm proud of you, dad, and I always have been. And that goes for now. I just don't like having to worry about you getting hurt. Now that mom's involved... I'm just saying I don't like thinking about it, that's all.

Bo: Well, you should be thinking about somebody else and enjoying yourself.

Shawn-D: Oh, believe me, I'm thinking about this one all the time.

John: You have a second?

Philip: Yeah. You want to blast me, you go ahead, man.

John: I think you know I'm still worked up over what you did -- jeopardizing the mission by involving a civilian.

Philip: Your daughter --

John: Affirmative. My daughter, Shawn Brady -- critical mistake.

Philip: Would you be so upset if it hadn't have been Belle?

John: Insubordination makes it worse. It's called teamwork, Philip Kiriakis, and frankly, you don't play very well.

Philip: Do you -- do you have a point here?

John: The point is, you're not cut out for the I.S.A.

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Jennifer: I can't believe it. The phone didn't ring. Nobody came to the door. Just you and me on a weekday morning, Jack.

Jack: Doing what we do best. I love you, Mrs. Deveraux.

Jennifer: And I love you, Mr. Deveraux.

Rex: Where is that laser blueprint?

Rex: You know, if my invention can be used to continue the Dimera legacy...

Tony: You know, you make us all proud. Your achievement -- it's remarkable.

Rex: You know, I have been struggling with trying to figure out why I was created -- for what purpose, and by whom. To finally have done something useful -- it means so much. Especially for you, father.

Tony: You know, I ask nothing of you. Your sister -- she's struggling because of the disadvantages of her childhood. I blame my father. I blame myself. I don't love her any less. But you -- I'm so proud of you, my son.

Rex: Thank you. I mean, to be part of the family business -- it means everything to me. Thank you, dad.

Rex: Power is everything. Tony taught me that. And what I'm working on will give us unlimited power. We'll be invaluable to the Dimera empire. We'll always have a place in this family -- forever.

Cassie: I don't understand.

Rex: Look, I can't explain everything to you yet, but we're going to be Dimeras in every way that matters. We always will be. No one can take our name or our family away from us. You have to believe that. We all have to.

Mimi: Rex! What is it?

Rex: It's gone!

Mimi: What's gone?

Rex: My laser! All the work I did!

Mimi: God! Weren't you making another one?

Tony: Cassie, if you don't trust your own father, who can you trust?

Cassie: You can't fix this. Nobody can. I have to deal with this on my own.

Tony: But not by working at echelon.

Cassie: I'm old enough to make my own decisions.

Tony: I am your father. And I will do what's best for you, and I'm warning you right now, I will not put up with your belligerent attitude.

Cassie: Well, maybe you won't have to! Maybe I just won't be here.

Tony: Oh...

Philip: Look, the mission could've gone better, all right? And you're entitled to your opinion about the job that I did. But I'm committed to this. I'm not giving up.

John: Well, then you got a lot to prove, P.K.

Hope: Do I have to feed you, honey? You need to eat.

Bo: Smile, and do what she says. It works for me.

Shawn-D: Yes, mom. Okay, mom.

Belle: Excuse me for a minute. I'm not hungry.

Belle: Hey.

Philip: Hey.

Belle: Everything okay?

Philip: Yeah, sure.

Belle: I don't know. You and my dad over here -- looked like there was some tension or something.

Philip: No. Everything's peachy.

Belle: Right. Look, Philip, my dad's a great guy, but, um, he expects a lot.

Philip: Yeah.

Belle: Do you want me to talk to him for you?

Philip: No, that's okay. Thanks, though.

Belle: No problem.

Shawn-D: Hey. You ready to go?

Belle: Yeah. Yeah. Philip, you want to go with us?

Philip: Um, no. I got some place I gotta be, you guys. You go ahead.

Shawn-D: Oh, yeah, more important than your friends. That's cool, man. I'm not hurt or anything.

Philip: I'll see you guys later, all right?

Shawn-D: Later, man.

Belle: Bye.

Shawn-D: Mom, dad, I'll see you.

Hope: Bye, sweetie. Grab something to eat. I love you. I'm proud of you.

Shawn-D: All right.

Belle: Hey, now that our little adventure's over, we won't be seeing Philip that much anymore, huh?

Shawn-D: Things change, I guess.

Philip: Hey, Cassie, it's Philip. You remember me? I'm the guy that you're not at all attracted to, right? Um, well, seriously, I-I have something of yours, so if you want it, I'm at the Brady pub. See ya.

Hope: Hey.

Bo: What?

Hope: You got that look.

Bo: This is the one that turns you on?

Hope: You're thinking about that goopy stuff, aren't you?

Bo: Yeah. It's gotta be something important for Tony to be involved. You want to check it out with me?

Hope: If the I.S.A. couldn't figure out what it is, what makes you think we can?

Bo: Because we're good. That's why.

Hope: You're right. Very good. Let's go for it. Come here, Brady.

Cassie: You can't do this. You can't just play god with my life.

Tony: I'm your father!

Cassie: I hate you.

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Philip: There is a much more important issue here -- Tony Dimera. Why are we dropping the investigation, John?

Lucas: You know what? You are making a huge mistake.

Nicole: Are you crazy? What are you doing here?

Larry: There's no way I'm letting you out of this deal. Victor's a dead man.

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