Days Transcript Monday 7/14/03


Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 7/14/03--Canada; 7/15/03--USA

By Eric  
Proofread by Bernadette

Brady: Well, I guess I should thank you.

Victor: For what?

Brady: For keeping it out of the paper. You know, the attempt on my life -- or if that's what it was.

Victor: That kind of publicity is the last thing this family needs. I have decided to have some people investigate though.

Brady: People?

Victor: Top private investigator in the country. I'm determined to find out who was behind this -- I mean, who took a shot at my grandson.

Nicole: [ Chokes ]

Philip: Whoa. Cassie.

Cassie: Do you ever watch where you're going?

Philip: I'm sorry. I didn't think that --

Cassie: What?

Philip: I didn't think you were going to show up.

Cassie: What are you talking about?

Philip: I left you a message.

Cassie: Well, I didn't get it.

Philip: Look, can we cut the attitude for a second, please? Just start over. I'm trying to do you a favor here.

Cassie: I don't want you to do me any favors, okay? You got that?

Marlena: Ha ha ha! Oh! Ha ha ha! I don't care I'm not letting go. I'm not letting go of you. I'm not letting you go.

John: Don't let me go.

Marlena: Oh... you're here. You're here.

John: I'm right here with you, baby.

Marlena: I was worried sick about you!

John: You know, the whole time, thinking about this moment is what got me through.

Marlena: When I heard Tony’s yacht had blown up, I --

John: My god, it is so good to see your face.

Marlena: I knew you'd be okay. I just knew it. I knew --

John: Sit -- sit down. I want to look at you. Sit down. Just sit down.

Marlena: Oh, honey, are you hurt at all?

John: No, no, no. Hardly a scratch.

Marlena: Oh, thank god.

John: Listen, I would have gotten to you sooner, but the I.S.A. had me questioning suspects -- you know the routine. But the whole time, all I could think about was just getting back to you and the kids.

Marlena: Tony -- you and Tony -- what was --

John: Oh, you're not even going to believe this. I think we have settled things.

Marlena: What?

John: The feud with the Dimeras. It's, uh... it's over.

(Sami’s Dream Sequence)

Lucas: I love you, Sami. I want you. And I know you want me.

Sami: I do want you, Lucas. You're the only one who ever really understood me. Make love to me, Lucas. Make love to me.

Lucas: What -- what -- what the hell -- what? Oh, my god, is it really that late? Oh, my head is pounding. Ow... what? What? Don't even look at me like that! This is not my idea. I didn't plan this out. It was you -- your meds that you took. You -- you just conked out. That's it, and I brought you to bed. And I wanted to make sure you were okay. That's it. That's where we're at right now. Lucky Will's at camp, right? If he saw this, it wouldn't be a pretty picture. It's kind of a crazy scenario, don't you think? Ow! Ow. Take it easy. If you want me off the bed, just ask. Sorry. I forgot, you can't talk.

[ Doorbell rings ]

Lucas: You expecting somebody?

Tony: Samantha. Oh. So have I interrupted something?

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.

Nicole: Oh...

Victor: Henderson.

Nicole: I am such a klutz.

Brady: Here, take this.

Nicole: Oh, thank you, Brady. Henderson, thank you.

Henderson: Not at all.

Victor: Have I upset you, Nicole?

Nicole: No. Gosh, don't be silly.

Victor: The fact that I hired a private investigator seems to have unnerved you.

Nicole: Oh, no. I wasn't even paying attention. I was just being my normal clumsy self.

Henderson: Fortunately, most of it seems to have hit the napkin.

Nicole: Yeah. Oh...shoot. I got some on my blouse.

Victor: You look fine.

Nicole: No, really, Victor, uh, I'd feel much better if I changed. I'm hot enough as it is. I'll be right back. Okay...

Victor: My wife is a never-ending mystery. I've long given up on trying to figure her out.

Nicole: Oh... are you crazy? What are you doing here?

Larry: Shh. Relax.

Nicole: What if Victor sees you?

Larry: In this get-up, I could give the guy a kiss on the cheek, he'd have no idea.

Nicole: Well, do you want to know his idea?

Larry: Yeah.

Nicole: He's hiring a private investigator, best in the country, trying to find out who took a shot at Brady by the pool.

Larry: All the more reason to take care of business now, do the job right. By the way, no way I'm letting you out of this deal, you understand? Victor's a dead man.

Philip: Cassie, hold on a second, okay?

Cassie: Hey, let go of me.

Philip: Okay, look, the message that I left you --

Cassie: I told you, Philip, I didn't get it!

Philip: Look, I wanted you to come down here because I found your compact at the police station. I just wanted to return it.

Cassie: Oh.

Philip: There.

Cassie: I feel stupid.

Philip: It's okay. Forget it.

Cassie: No, the way I freaked out at you, you must think I'm crazy.

Philip: Well, yeah, you know, but I'll get over it. It's okay.

Cassie: Look, I'm sorry, I just -- I've just had a lot on my mind lately.

Philip: Yeah, same here.

Cassie: You too, huh?

Philip: Yeah, work-related. Lots of stress.

Cassie: Actually, my new job is the only thing keeping me sane.

Philip: Yeah?

Cassie: I never thought that being a hostess at Echelon would be so rewarding. I don't know, though. The guys, they just -- they're all over me. They treat me like I'm a goddess. Honestly, I've never felt more sure of myself.

Philip: Wow.

Cassie: What? Why are you looking at me like that?

Philip: Well, if that's what it takes you to feel sure of yourself, then you're more screwed up than I even thought you were.

Marlena: I don't know, I still can't believe it.

John: We made peace.

Marlena: You and Tony?

John: Would I lie to you?

Marlena: You'd lie to him.

John: [ Laughs ] Listen --

Marlena: I get it. I get it. It's a ploy to get him to trust you. That way, you'll destroy him for good.

Tony: So, you two are just having a visit?

Lucas: Uh, no, no, no. Not really. I was just checking up on Sami because I didn't want her to sleep too late.

Tony: Oh. I thought she would need her sleep.

Lucas: Well, yeah, but the pain meds she's taking, they knock her out pretty good, and when she wakes u up, she's pretty disoriented, so...

Tony: I see.

Lucas: Yeah.  [ Clears throat ]

Tony: Oh.

Lucas: Yeah, see, we heard about what happened.

Tony: Yes. I had a brush with death.

Lucas: But obviously you're all right, right?

Tony: Well, you know, John and I came out of it relatively unscathed. My boat, however -- not so lucky.

Lucas: Well, that's incredible. Thank god that you're here.

Tony: Yes. The only thing that died on that boat, really, was the hatred that John and I had towards each other.

Lucas: What?

Tony: Well, the rivalry between John and I -- it's gone, finished.

Lucas: Tony, you and John --

Tony: I know, it's astonishing. But when you're facing the end, it has a profound effect. It... gives you instant perspective. Sounds like a cliché, I suppose. But it's life altering. I'm a changed man.

[ Doorbell rings ]

Man: Samantha Brady.

Tony: Oh. I'll get that. There you are.

Man: Thanks a lot, sir. Right.

Lucas: No. Don't look at me. I didn't --

Tony: Well, actually they're from me. Before I set sail, I had left an arrangement that flowers be sent to you every day to help along with the healing process. You know, when I thought it was the end for me, I was so happy I'd made that arrangement for those flowers to be sent to you. It was important for me for you to know that I was concerned, and how much I cared. And, you know, when I went underwater, which I thought was the last time, I thought, "this is the end." The only thought I had was of you, Sami.

John: Nope. It's not a ploy, doc. Not at all. Tony and I were trapped in a life-and-death situation. We had a little bit of time to talk about our lives, and we realized, what's the use of attacking each other? We have bigger battles to fight.

Marlena: Well, I'm sorry to sound cynical about this --

John: No, look, realistically, I don't think Tony Dimera is reformed. I mean, our experience together didn't fundamentally change who he is, but I realized that I haven't been able to pin anything on him, have I? I mean, I haven't been able to link him to any real crime, so what the hell am I doing holding on to this anger here, this need for revenge? I mean, what do I want to do? Do I really want to go around the rest of my life fighting with my -- my half-brother?

Marlena: What about the business on the yacht? You thought he was doing something illegal there.

John: Yeah, well, listen, whatever it was, it wasn't illegal, at least technically.

Marlena: Technically?

John: Look -- I can't go around regulating Tony's moral compass. I mean, that's too exhausting. And face it, the guy's smart. Whatever he's doing, he stays just above the law.

Marlena: This is so odd to hear you talk like this. What do you want? You want to Tony just to go off scot-free, is that it?

John: No, look, look, I'm still with the I.S.A., so I have obligations to fulfill. I'm just saying that I'm -- I'm through letting it get personal. My personal hatred for Tony can't cloud my judgment. I just -- I got to let it go.

Cassie: I'm screwed up?

Philip: All right, well, maybe that was a bad choice of words.

Cassie: Who the hell do you think you are judging me?

Philip: It just seemed to me like --

Cassie: It seemed like what, Philip? You don't know me, so don't pretend to.

Philip: That's not healthy, Cassie. I mean, you're basing your self-worth on how men you don't even know treat you at some club.

Cassie: I never said that.

Philip: That's what it sounded like.

Cassie: Oh... do you blow things out of proportion just to seem wise, or is your life really that boring that you have to make everything dramatic?

Philip: Look, I'm just making an observation here, Cassie, all right? 'Cause I like you, okay? I think you're a cool girl.

Cassie: Really? Ah, yeah, I just -- I could just die happy now.

Philip: I know what it's like, Cassie, okay, growing up in a rich family and having everything handed to you.

Cassie: This is ridiculous!

Philip: Just hold on a second, all right?

Cassie: Philip, I am not going to sit here and listen to you complain because you're lucky.

Philip: Can I talk for a second, please?

Cassie: Ahh! I'm not getting sucked into this!

Philip: Listen to me, Cassie. All I'm saying is I think that you and I are a lot alike. All right, look, it took me a long time to figure it out, but I finally realized that sometimes when you're given so much, it makes you feel unworthy. I mean, that's what happened with me. So I did a lot of stuff to make myself feel better -- you know, more confident. Stupid stuff, too -- I mean, drinking and gambling and picking fights.

Cassie: What's your point?

Philip: My point is that no matter what I did, I always knew that my rich dad would be there to bail me out. He became this kind of safety net that kept me from ever actually growing up. I mean, I didn't even begin to discover myself until I let go of my family's money and their influence and connections and I became a marine. I mean, I felt like I knew myself for the first time, and...I like the guy.

Cassie: That's just great. So, what? Are you saying that I should join the Marines?

Philip: No, that's not what I mea-- all I'm saying is, the longer that you play the rich spoiled brat who's just cashing in on the Dimera name, the longer it's going to take you to find something that actually makes you feel good about yourself. And let me tell you, it ain't gonna happen hostessing at some nightclub.

Cassie: Can I speak now? Is it my turn?

Philip: Yeah, go ahead.

Cassie: Okay, one, this whole self-righteous thing is embarrassing. And two, I will not give up my job at Echelon. And three, I will never give up on being a Dimera. So, Philip, you can just -- you can go to hell.

Nicole: All right, the plan is still on. Let's just not freak out.

Larry: Hey, we're on the same page, sweetheart.

Nicole: This private investigator -- I mean, what if he finds out that you're still alive and what we've been up to?

Larry: Look, as much as I want Victor dead, I'm not going after him on his own property again. It's way too risky.

Nicole: Then what do you propose we do?

Larry: Well, you're going to have to lure him out into the public someplace, somewhere where I can get a clean shot at him.

Nicole: Oh, I don't think so.

Larry: I do think so.

Nicole: Well, Victor doesn't even let me out of the house.

Larry: Look, he's bound to free you up at some point.

Nicole: Well, I -- I-I have this part-time gig over at the Blue Note.

Larry: Perfect.

Nicole: No way. Too public.

Larry: What do you care? I'm the one taking all the risks here. Look, tonight, in front of the club. Vic comes there to meet you, boom -- the end.

Nicole: Only one problem.

Larry: What's that?

Nicole: Victor is not interested in going to the Blue Note. He can't stand the place.

Larry: Well, then use your feminine wiles. I don't care what you do. Just do it, all right? Tonight in front of the club.

Nicole: Larry, wait!

Larry: Tonight. Bye-bye

Victor: Well, Nicole, what in god's name are you up to now?

Victor: I heard voices. Who were you talking to?

Nicole: The gardener... about trimming the hedges.

Victor: It's the gardener's day off.

Nicole: It was his assistant.

Victor: Who?

Nicole: I don't know. I can't keep track of all the servants around here. It could have been anybody.

Victor: I thought you were going upstairs to change your blouse.

Nicole: I was.

Victor: Then why did you come out here?

Brady: What are you all doing outside? It's like 96 degrees in the shade.

Nicole: Brady, you going to work?

Brady: Yes, I am. I need to set up early. We got a big show tonight.

Nicole: Oh, I'll help you.

Brady: We could use it.

Nicole: Okay. Uh, great. Oh, so, listen, I'm just going to go upstairs to change, and I'll meet you down there.

Brady: Sounds good.

Nicole: Okay.

Brady: See you.

John: I know we're --

Cassie: Hey, guys.

John: Hey.

Marlena: Hi, Cassie. How are you?

Cassie: I'm sorry to interrupt.

John: No, not at all. It's fine.

Marlena: We were just giving thanks.

Cassie: Actually, I just wanted to say I'm sorry. I heard about what happened, and I'm just so glad that you and my dad are okay.

John: Well, thank you, Cassie.

Marlena: What about you? How are you?

Cassie: Oh, me?

Marlena: Yeah, you seem a bit distracted.

Cassie: Yeah, I -- I guess I am a little. Um, actually, would you mind if we talked,

Marlena: I was going to suggest that.

Cassie: It's only going to be for a couple minutes.

John: Oh, no, no, hey, that's fine. Um, take your time, please. I'll -- I'll, ..... be back in a little while.

Marlena: Sit down, sweetie.

Marlena: All right, what's up?

Cassie: Do you really care?

Marlena: I really care very much.

Cassie: Okay, well, then -- then why have you dropped out of my life?

Marlena: Dropped out?

Cassie: You don't call me, you don't come over, and I know this is stupid, but when was the last time you invited me over for dinner?

Marlena: I'd love to have you over for supper -- you and Rex.

Cassie: Well, that's easy to say, but it doesn't happen. I'm sure you and John have a busy schedule and all, but, I don't know, maybe it could happen sometime next year.

Marlena: Cassie, I've called you a number of times. I've left messages. Honey, if you want to talk to me, if you want to see me, you have only to answer my calls.

Cassie: This is unbelievable. I mean, here you are a psychiatrist, and yet you don't understand that maybe I'm the one who needs a little reassurance, and that I -- I need to feel wanted.

Marlena: Cassie, I had no idea how hurt you were.

Cassie: Of course you had no idea. How could you know when you don't even see me?

Marlena: Honey, I'm so sorry if I've hurt you. If I was remiss... I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I-I thought you were the one who backed off. I thought it might have been uncomfortable for you with John and me because of Tony, because of your dad. So, I apologize. I'm so sorry. I will do much better about this.

Cassie: It's okay, it's okay. It's just -- it's not important.

Marlena: It is important. It's very important. You're my daughter. I want you to know that you're loved. I want to know that you're happy. Honey, I'm sorry. I-I've failed you. I have, but I'll do better.

Cassie: Okay, well, then here's your chance. I need -- I need your help.

Marlena: All righty. What can I do?

Cassie: Will you speak to Tony for me?

Marlena: All right, about what?

Cassie: You need to let him know that I'm an adult, and that I can make my own decisions.

Marlena: Is it an issue? Are you doing something Tony wouldn't approve of?

Philip: So this isn't good.

John: You involved civilians in a top-secret I.S.A. operation. My report's going to reflect that.

Philip: It's not like that was the plan.

John: And in the end, it was a civilian -- Shawn Brady -- who collared Maya Leano. Your performance was lacking.

Philip: Maybe you're just upset 'cause your daughter got involved.

John: Which never should have happened.

Philip: Well, John, if she won't take orders from her own father, why should I be penalized?

John: Because it was your responsibility, damn it.

Philip: Okay, fine. Look, I will admit that I had a little trouble getting Belle to back off, but there is a bigger, much more important issue here, and I don't understand why we're backing off that.

John: Really? And what issue is that?

Philip: Tony Dimera. Why are we dropping the investigation, John? Is it because he's your brother?


Tony: Ah... Sami, you know, before I left, I had said to you that I hoped that our relationship would no longer be adversarial. When the boat -- well, my yacht -- was going down, and I was facing death, my thoughts were with you. My only regrets were that you and I wouldn't have a second chance. But now we have that chance, and we can make things go right. I mean, you're an amazing woman. You have an indomitable spirit. Your passion -- you know exactly what it is you want, and you don't let anybody stand in your way. Yeah, you have fire and focus and energy. I'd like to have someone like you on my side. So, why don't you have dinner with me tonight, and we'll talk about the future -- your future.


Brady: Well, I can understand if you're protective. You're her agent. I just think it will be a fantastic opportunity, that's all. Hang on. The Blue Note's reputation is second to none. Just pick up the arts section of the "Salem Chronicle." Because we're packed every single night. And we provide everything. Anything she wants, she's got it. Okay. Okay, well, now we're talking. That's good news. So we'll work out the details later. Yes, very happy. All right, take care.

Nicole: Ha. Wow.

Brady: Yeah, well, sometimes you have to hustle for your supper.

Nicole: Mm. I'm gonna learn a lot working for you.

Brady: I'm still learning myself.

Nicole: Brady, the Blue Note's going to be huge. Chloe will be so proud.

Brady: Yeah, well, we just -- we just have to stay focused. You know, building our reputation, improving our image.

Nicole: Right. That's exactly what we'll do. Now if we could just get Victor interested.

Lucas: Don't you think it's a little soon for her to go out to dinner? She's still recuperating.

Tony: Is it too soon, Sami? Wonderful. Then I'll take my leave. I'll call with information as to where and the time. Take care, Sami.

Lucas: What the hell do you think you're up to, Tony?

John: I'm sorry. What was that?

Philip: All I'm saying is, maybe the fact that Tony's your half-brother clouds your judgment.

John: You are my subordinate, Mr. Kiriakis. You work under me.

Philip: Yes, I'm aware of that, sir.

John: You have no say in what I do, do you understand?

Philip: Yes, I do understand.

John: Your job is to follow orders, not question superiors.

Philip: Yes, sir, but may I just say --

John: Negative! And if we ever work together again -- if you ever work again, you leave my daughter out of the spy business.

Marlena: So, you've done something Tony wouldn't approve of?

Cassie: Yeah, neither would you.

Marlena: All right. What is it?

Cassie: No, you are only going to be judgmental, and I couldn't stand that. At least Tony has a right to disapprove, because he actually loves me and he wants me to succeed in life.

Marlena: And you think I don't?

Cassie: I think that you pretend that you do because you want everyone to think that you're a wonderful person. Marlena -- with all her responsibilities to her husband and her other kids and her big fancy career -- she still makes time for that pathetic little alien girl.

Marlena: I don't pretend to care about you. I care about you very deeply, and I'm not putting on some kind of a show for anybody. Because I don't care what anybody else thinks.

Cassie: Well, I don't care, either. You know, I knew this was a mistake.

Marlena: No, it's not. Talk to me. I want to help you.

Cassie: You say that, but don't mean it. See, this is phony. Our whole relationship is a big fake. You pretend that I'm important to you, but really, you're just guilty because I'm a burden.

Marlena: Cassie, no!

Cassie: You know what? I should known better. I should've known -- you weren't here for me when I was growing up. Why -- why would you be here for me now?

Marlena: Will you let me speak, please?

Cassie: No. Honestly, I'm just not interested. I'm -- I'm finished.

Marlena: Don't you -- Cassie!

[ Door slams ]

John: Didn't go well, huh?  

Philip: Cassie, wait up.

Cassie: Leave me alone.

Philip: You're upset.

Cassie: Yeah, you're a genius.

Philip: Did you tell her? Did you tell Marlena you're working at Echelon?

Cassie: Why would I do that? She is not my mother.

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Marlena: I should go after her. No, no, I shouldn’t. She's far too emotional. And you know what? So am I.

John: So sit down. Come on, tell me what happened.

Marlena: She accused me of not caring about her, of avoiding her. She was going to confide in me, and then she just changed her mind. I really want to help her.

John: You will. You already do. She's lucky to have you.

Marlena: No, no. I haven't been there for her. I haven't tried nearly hard enough.

John: That's only because she's been pushing you away.

Marlena: Well, I shouldn't let her do that. I shouldn’t. She needs me, John. I should make it very clear to her how important she is to me and how much I want her with me.

Philip: Not your mother?

Cassie: No. All I meant was that she wasn't here for me when I was growing up, so why would she be here for me now?

Philip: Well, Cassie, how could she be a mother to you? She didn't even know you existed. Marlena is a great woman. She's, like, the perfect mother.

Cassie: Yeah, how would you know?

Philip: Well, because I've known her most of my life.

Cassie: You and everybody else. Everybody except for me.

Philip: Why don't you just give her a chance, all right? Let her in a little bit.

Cassie: No, I can't, and I won’t. Thank you for your advice, Philip. Could you please just leave me alone?

Tony: How dare you speak to me like that?

Lucas: Just tell me what you're up to.

Tony: Have you gone mad? You work for me, remember? And you will show me the proper respect.

Lucas: This isn't about business. It's about Sami.

Tony: I'm leaving.

Lucas: Wait a minute. She's been through a lot. She's not fully recovered. I don't want her to have a setback. And I don't care. Whatever your plans for her are --

Tony: You're jealous.

Lucas: What? I am not jealous. That is not what's going on. That is not the case.

Tony: Well, what is the case?

Lucas: I am worried.

Tony: About what?

Lucas: About you taking advantage of her. She's very vulnerable right now.

Tony: Oh, Lucas, don't tell me how to run my life. I play it very well. But you'd be wise to listen and watch. Watch the master... and learn as I did.

Lucas(to Sami): You know what? You are making a huge mistake.

Lucas: You can't do it, all right? You can't have dinner with Tony. What do you mean why? You're not healthy enough. You're not 100%. It's not a good idea. What are you talking about? You're not fine. Don't you think any of this is strange? Open your eyes. First, the jewelry... the flowers... and now dinner. What do you think's next, huh? You tell me. All right, fine, fine, I won't go there, all right? But what do you think your parents would say if they found out you were involved with Tony Dimera? Oh, fine, you're not involved with him. What, you're just hanging out with him, seeing him, accepting his gifts? Don't you think the Bradys blame him for what happened to you? Come on. Fine. Fine, they can blame me, too. That's fine. But it is different between us. We have a kid together. We have to get along. No matter how unbearable it is sometimes, we have no choice. Sami, I'm only -- I'm only telling you this because I am worried. I do not want Tony to hurt you again.

Tony: Bart, the papers I've been expecting -- have they come?

Bart: Right here, count.

Tony: Let me see it.

Bart: I just need your John Hancock right there. Anything else you need, sir?

Tony: Yeah, I'm concerned about my daughter. Have you seen her?

Bart: Afraid I haven't, count. Not since she was here last. Looking very pretty, by the by. Tight little outfit...

Tony: Oh, please, never mind. Just find her.

Bart: Yes, sir. Right away.

Cassie: Hello.

Tony: I won't have to unleash the bloodhounds, after all.

Bart: You know, sir, I'd like to think of myself more as a shepherd/collie mix. Attentive and tough, yet lovable...

Tony: Bart, you're such an irritant.

Bart: I'll go now.

Cassie: If you're planning on telling me not to work at Echelon again, forget it. I'm not leaving.

Tony: Oh, you won't have to. The job just left you.

Cassie: What is this?

Tony: Well, it's about Echelon. I'm selling the place. The condition of sale is that you no longer work for that club.

Cassie: You're crazy, you know that? You went through all this just to stop me.

Tony: No, you were absolutely right. I'm a hypocrite. Owning an establishment like that and telling you not to be associated with it... so now I'm no longer a hypocrite and you're no longer employed.

Cassie: That's fine. There are plenty of other clubs. Ones that you don't own.

Tony: But I do own a phone.

Cassie: I hate you.

Tony: You'll find another job.

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

Tony: I'm your father! I love you.

Cassie: I don't need a father like you!

[ Door slams ]

Brady: Bicentennial? That's big. I mean, think about it. 200 years. It's gotta be extravagant.

Nicole: Absolutely.

Brady: And we have to compete with the fireworks display in the park.

Nicole: That we do.

Brady: So let's start with music. We need something for everyone.

Nicole: Yeah, everybody's covered.

Brady: And the buzz is going to be incredible. I got 12 newspapers, four magazines. Everybody's going to be covering it.

Nicole: People are going to be talking about this for a long time.

Brady: Shoot. You know what? I told the sound guy that I would prep the system before he got here. I'll be right back, okay?

Nicole: I'll be here.

Larry (in Nicole’s back flash): I want the pleasure of watching the lights go out in Victor's eyes when I plug him. And I want you lying next to me in some steamy paradise.

[ Telephone rings ]

Victor: Hello.

Nicole: Victor.

Victor: I got work to do, Nicole.

Nicole: I have a favor to ask.

Victor: Is it reasonable?

Nicole: It would mean a lot to Brady if you showed up to the Blue Note tonight. You should see how hard he's been working, getting the place ready.

Victor: Tonight's no good.

Nicole: Please, Victor.

Victor: Some other time.

Nicole: It would make him so happy. Brady chose all the music. He told me one of the songs is Isabella's favorite -- a tribute to his mother. Wouldn't you want to be here to honor your daughter and support your grandson? Brady hasn't been himself lately -- you've seen it -- since Chloe's left. Yeah, don't worry, Victor. I won't tell Brady that you were involved in Chloe's leaving. It would kill him.

Victor: What are you trying to do, Nicole?

Nicole: Brady wants you here. And I want tonight to be as special as it can be.

Victor: All right, I'll be there.

Nicole: Victor, thank you so much.

Nicole: I did it, Larry. Victor's coming to the club.

Larry: How'd you swing it?

Nicole: Who cares? All you need to know is that he's going to be here. So get yourself ready. Our plan's a go.

Brady: Who are you talking to?

Nicole: Oh. I, uh, just wanted to make sure that tonight will be unforgettable.  

John: I got an idea.

Marlena: What?

John: We're going to do something fun tonight -- just you and me, just the two of us.

Marlena: Oh, good. What are we doing?

John: Just a little something to show you how much I love you.

Marlena: Why don't you give me a little hint?

John: No. Ha ha ha ha! Hey, you know what? It's going to be okay. You and Cassie. I know you. You are going to find a way to make her understand how much she means to you.

Marlena: I have to. She's my daughter.

Man: Hey, gorgeous.

Cassie: Brad.

Brad: Look, maybe I'm nuts, but I-I can't stop thinking about you.

Cassie: Okay, um, I'm sorry, but this is just a really -- a bad time.

Brad: Wait, Cassie --

Philip: Hey. You heard her.

Brad: Who are you?

Philip: I'm someone you don't want to mess with.

Brad: No, seriously, it's all right. She's a friend of mine.

Philip: Is she, really? Why don't you do her a favor then and leave her alone? She's got enough to worry about.

Brad: Are you her guardian angel or...

Philip: Go.

Brad: No, what's the problem here?

Philip: Shh. Don't talk. Just go.

Lucas: So you're really going to have dinner with Tony tonight, huh?

Bart: Dinner for two, intimate setting. Check.

Tony: I want the food to be exquisite.

Bart: Gourmet.

Tony: Vintage champagne. Crystal glasses, flowers. I want the works.

Bart: You got it, Count.

Tony: I want Samantha to have a night she'll never forget.

(On the next Days of Our Lives)

Larry: Is everything ready for me to whack that hubby of yours tonight?

Kate: What I have been thinking is correct. There is a woman. Belle Black.

Lucas: You are so hot. I want you. I'm in love with you.

Tony: May you always be as healthy as you are now.

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