Days Transcript Monday 8/18/03


Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 8/18/03--Canada; 8/19/03--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Bernadette

Nicole: I could so learn to fly a plane.

Brady: Well, they don't serve champagne in the cockpit, Nicole.

Nicole: I know that.

Brady: No hot towels, no warm brownies...

Nicole: What, no brownies?

Brady: No, the pilot just gets dry crackers and bottled water.

Nicole: Forget it, then.

Brady: That's what I thought.

Nicole: Brady, thank you again. I loved watching the planes take off and land.

Brady: Yeah, me too. It's one of those things you always say you're going to do, but the timing never seems right.

Nicole: This was a perfect day. And going to the park -- so much fun.

Brady: We're going to have lots more outings like that, Nicole. Fall is just around the corner. We can go leaf peeping.

Nicole: Isn't that the funniest expression?

Brady: Yeah.

Victor: Nicole? Brady?

Brady: Hey, granddad.

Victor: Where the hell have you two been?


Lucas: You know, Sami, I grew up with money. And it's not everything. I have Will to thank for that. I mean, he's taught me that there's more to life than making a buck.

Sami: Well, as warm and friendly as this moment is, I have a question for you.

Lucas: Shoot.

Sami: If you've learned to appreciate the simple things in life, then why did you hook up with one of the richest, most powerful men in Salem?

Lucas: I could ask you the same question.

Sami: But I am not working for Tony.

Lucas: No. But you are accepting his gifts. Why? I mean, if all you want is a healthy kid, a home, someone to bake cookies with...

[ Telephone rings ]

Sami: Saved by the bell. I bet that's Will. Hello. Will? Hi, sweetie, it's so good to hear your voice. Oh. Oh, that's right. You haven't heard my voice in a while, either. Yes. Yeah, I am feeling better, thank you for asking.

Lucas: Will, she's feeling much better. She's feeling so good that she, uh, baked some cookies.

Sami: Well, your dad is getting carried away. I didn't do it by myself.

Lucas: Oh, come on, that's not true. She's just, uh, I don't know -- she's playing it down. I'm telling you, kid, she made some really good cookies all by herself. I wanted to help. She wouldn't let me. Actually, I'm, uh, biting into one right now. They're pretty good.

Sami: Okay, I'm serious now. I am no Alice Horton, but the cookies are pretty good, if I do say so myself. Um, you want to have a family dinner when you get back from camp, huh?

Lucas: You know what, Will? That sounds great to me. But, um, you have to ask your mom. It's her call. What do you think, Sami?


(Marlena’s flashback)

Marlena: Yes, I heard about the gifts of jewelry he gave you, Sami. Lucas is right. You never should have accepted them.

Lucas: Why don't you them the truth, Sami? It's not about that diamond pendant or those earrings, is it? You're dreaming about the diamond engagement ring, right? So you can complete the whole set.


Marlena: Damn you, Tony Dimera. Damn you.


Belle: Help. Help.


Cassie: Philip. What's going on?

Philip: Belle and I just stopped by to see Mimi.

Cassie: That girl is such a pain.

Philip: Well, do you know where she is or not, Cass?

Cassie: Not. Why are you following me?

Bart: I... was just checking out the, uh, security system. You know, count D. Wants me to keep his kiddie-poo safe.

Cassie: Ha ha, yeah. Well, why don't you check it out someplace else? I have company.

Bart: Sure. No problem. I'll check it out somewhere else.

Cassie: The only thing he was checking out was me in my bikini. He is a pervert. So, where's my annoying sister Belle?

Philip: Belle? She's at the front door. See, we knocked, but nobody answered. So I came around back to see if anyone was home.

Cassie: You're not here to see me?

Philip: Well, you know how close Belle and Mimi are, Cass.

Cassie: Dysfunctional relationships bore me.

Philip: Okay, I get it. You don't like her.

Cassie: I don't like either one of them. Okay, the Meems is around here somewhere. The last time I saw her, she was raiding my fridge. Philip, I'm bored of hanging out by myself. Why don't you ditch my wicked half-sister and come and join me by the pool?

Philip: Sure.

Cassie: Great.


Belle: You were going to ditch me?

Philip: No, I just said that to get rid of her. Now hold still. I've almost got it.

Belle: Hurry, Philip, before someone else comes.


Bart: That guy thinks he knows the security system, but he doesn't know anything, anything at all. Bingo. So that's the source of our little security problem. Right there.


Rex: What the hell are you doing in my room?

Shawn-d: Relax, I was --

Rex: Just on my freaking computer!

Shawn-d: Look, all I was doing, Rex --

Rex: Don't lie to me, damn it. You're going to tell me what you're up to, and you're going to tell me now.


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


Sami: Oh, I miss him so much.

Lucas: Yeah, me too.

Sami: He seemed pretty surprised about the cookies.

Lucas: I think he was more surprised that his parents were talking to each other.

Sami: We used to talk. We used to be close.

Lucas: Yeah, close enough to make a terrific kid. Let's not forget that.

Sami: I wouldn't want to. Lucas, thank you for letting me take credit for the cookies. That was really cool. It meant a lot to me.

Lucas: That's all right. Don't worry about it. Let's pack these cookies up so the carrier can get 'em out to his camp, all right? I actually have the perfect box in my apartment. I'll go get it. It'll fit perfectly. Be right back. Mr. Hilton. University hospital, right? Lucas Roberts.

Mr. Hilton: Yes, I know. I'm looking for Samantha Brady's apartment. I've got a summons for her.

Lucas: A summons for her?

Mr. Hilton: Well, the hospital wants her to appear at a special meeting. It's about her job.

Sami: Oh, no.


Marlena: You came to Salem to finish your father's work here, didn't you? To destroy my family any way that you could. In the beginning, I tried to accept you to save the twins. In time, although I denied it, it became obvious to me. You were trying to seduce me away from my husband. I put a stop to it. I made sure I was never alone with you again. But unfortunately, we're still the parents to Rex and Cassie. So I guess I'll never be rid of you, will I?


(Cassie’s daydream)

Philip: Need some help with that?

Cassie: Sure.


Cassie: Stop. What is wrong with me? I cannot have fantasies about my own brothers. First Lucas, and now Philip. Cassie, repeat after me -- you cannot think of Philip like that. Philip is your brother. Philip is your brother. You will not think about him like that anymore.


Man: Hey, Bart, what do you got?

Bart: See those security wires? See how they're coming loose?

Man: Nah, those wires look all right to me.

Bart: Hey, I want to keep things running smooth as silk until Count D's well enough to come home, okay?

Man: All right, I'll check over there. You follow the main wire from the trellis and make sure it's still hooking into the mansion wall.

Bart: Right-O.


Shawn-d: Chill, Rex, okay? Some lady at the door said you were out. She said I could wait for you.

Rex: Wait in my room?

Shawn-d: Yeah, we're friends. I really didn't think you were going to mind.

Rex: Bull. You were going through my computer files. The question is, what were you looking for?

Shawn-d: You're right. I was looking for something.


Brady: Granddad, I wanted to take a drive this morning, and I asked Nicole to go with me.

Nicole: It wasn't very relaxing. We talked about Blue Note business the whole time. I mean, is that all you guys talk about, is business?

Brady: Yeah, sorry I bored you, Nicole.

Nicole: I'm going to go change.


Brady: Oh. Uh, granddad, I was wondering how you were feeling today.

Victor: Brady, stop asking me about my health. I'm not an invalid.

Brady: I worry about you, that's all.

Victor: Trust me, when it comes to living, I'm just getting started.

Brady: Great, because i actually wanted to talk to you about that -- well, ask you, actually.

Victor: Ask me what?

Brady: Hey, listen, you can tell me to mind my own business. I was just wondering if you ever think about having more kids.

Victor: I'm surprised you don't know the answer to that, Brady. I love children. No greater joy in life. Bring 'em on. The more, the merrier.


Bart: Damn.

Bart: Ha! Gotcha, you little dickens. Roy! You called it. You were right. I'm sorry. The wire's right where it oughta be, working just fine.

Roy: All right, we better check the master control. There could be a bug in the system.

Bart: Good idea. Follow me.


Philip: Finally. Let's go. Come on.

[ Cellular phone rings ]

[ Ring ]


Cassie: Right, like I haven't explored. Why did I get stuck with Kate Roberts and Roman Brady as parents? Thank god they have no idea. As long as I'm not forced to Live in some blue-collar squalor. A girl like me needs certain amenities. A pool to swim in when the weather is hot... a sports car to drive me to the mall, and a wallet full of credit cards to buy whatever my heart desires. If Kate and Roman ever found out, I can just imagine what they'd say. No.


(Cassie’s daydream)

Belle: I just love tiny umbrellas in my pina coladas. Oh! I want to drink it, not wear it!

Cassie: I am so sorry.

Belle: You klutz! Can't you a anything right?

Cassie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'll get you another -- I'll get you another virgin margarita.

Belle: Pina colada, you idiot.

Cassie: Right. Sorry.

Sami: Excuse me. Aren't you going to make a drink for your big sis?

Cassie: Yes, Sami. What will you have?

Sami: Well, nothing virgin.

Belle and Sami: Ha ha ha ha!

Sami: Anyway, write this down, okay? Half an ounce each of rum, coconut rum, amoretto, and peach schnapps. Half pineapple juice, half cranberry juice, and tie me to the bedpost.

Cassie: Excuse me?

Sami: The drink. It's called tie me to the bedpost. Is she slow or just stupid?

Belle and Sami: Ha ha ha ha!

Sami: Hha ha ha! Um, I didn't say you could leave.

Cassie: Something else?

Sami: Oh, poor Cassie. Too bad that Tony and our mother had to find out that they're not your real parents.

Cassie: They found out because you told them.

Sami: Oh, that's right, isn't it? You know, I never could keep a secret. Ha ha ha ha!

Mimi: Ha ha ha ha! Oh, Sami, don't sweat it. We all know I would've blabbed sooner or later.

Belle: It's true. Mimi has a big mouth, but it’s just part of her charm.

[ All laughing ]

Sami: Oh! And, uh, you know, don't forget that I want one of those cute little umbrellas in my drink.

Mimi: And I'll have whatever Belle's having, and get your buns in gear. We're very thirsty.

[ Laughter ]


Cassie: No one can ever find out that Kate and Roman are my real parents. Never.


Shawn-d: When we roomed together at Hartley house, remember you were totally addicted to Everquest?

Rex: So?

Shawn-d: So I was never very good at it, if you remember. Well, this summer, I've had some downtime at Mickey's law office. I decided to give it another shot. Now, I pretty much suck still, but I'm totally hooked. Thanks a lot. Anyway, I came over 'cause I was hoping you'd give me a few more pointers, for old times' sake, since we used to room together and all. See, I'm stuck on this quest, Rex, and I need your help.

Rex: So that's why you were on my computer?

Shawn-d: Yeah. I remember that you kept a computer journal on Everquest, so while I was waiting for you, I went on-line, and I accessed some files.

Rex: And you found something you weren't expecting.

Shawn-d: Yeah, something that was pretty strange, even for you, Rex. So I think you'd better explain it to me right now.

Rex: Whoa. You want me to explain? You're in my room without my permission.

Shawn-d: Look, I told you what I was do--

Rex: And you lie! Look, I don't know how the hell you got into this house, but I guarantee "some lady at the door" didn't let you in. It's Erin's afternoon off. And Everquest -- that's not why you went on my computer. No. You were snooping.

Shawn-d: And thank god I was! You want to know why? Because I would've never seen your on-line diary, Rex, and, you know, it's really scary how much people really want power. And from the looks of it, you would've hurt anybody who got in your way, or your father's.

Rex: Look, it's too bad about your mom and dad's accident.

Shawn-d: That was no accident.

Rex: Whatever! You can't pin it on me.

Shawn-d: Oh, I can't. Well, it doesn't stop there. You want to know why? Because I know you were planning on breaking down the substance that Maya and your father were trying to purchase from the Cree Indian tribe. Oh, yeah. Because I know how much money you could've made if my parents had not destroyed that stuff.

Rex: You're reaching.

Shawn-d: I don't think so.

Rex: I'm going to call the cops.

Shawn-d: What's the charge -- telling the truth?

Rex: Breaking and entering, for starters.

Shawn-d: Rex, why don't you go ahead and call the cops?


[ Cellular phone rings ]

Bart: Oh, man. I really don't want to buy another cell phone. I just learned how to turn that one off. Help me find it, will ya? Check over those bushes over there, and I'll check over here. Damn! The thing must've fallen out when I was checking the wiring. Ha! Gotcha, you bad thing, you. Hello again.

Cassie: Can you tell me what the hell is going on here?

Bart: Look, you -- you got the wrong idea. Not that you don't look very fetching in that string thing there, but we're not --

Cassie: I wasn't talking about that. I was talking about the bushes.

Bart: What about the bushes?

Cassie: They've been seeing some very heavy action this afternoon.


Sami: No. I can't. I can't read it. Read it for me. Just tell me what they said.

Lucas: All right, all right. Calm down. Basically, they want you to appear before the board. They are questioning your involvement in the, uh, falsifying of the carver baby's paternity records.

Sami: No. They don't want to just ask me questions. They're going to throw stones at me.

Lucas: Look, Sami, maybe I can put in a good word with the board, okay?

Sami: Lucas, you would do that for me?

Lucas: Well, I am the one who exposed you. It's the least I could do.

Sami: Wow, I think that's the nicest thing you've ever offered to do for me. But I can't accept, because I have to stand up for myself. I have to take responsibility for my actions. We'd better change.


Marlena: You know, I'm impressed. I really am. Well, you have managed to worm your way into every corner of my life. It stops now. I will not allow you to exploit Sami.

Marlena: You know, Stefano had a habit of rising from the ashes. Think you can do that?


Victor: Ah.

Nicole: You wanted to see me?

Victor: Yes, if you could spare a moment. The cook's made some special iced tea.

Nicole: I'd like a freshly poured glass, if you don't mind.

Victor: Ha ha ha.

Nicole: And pour yourself a glass, and then I'll drink.

Victor: The tea is not poisoned, Nicole.

Nicole: Mm-hmm. Well, prove it. You drink first.

Victor: Ahh...

Nicole: Here's mud in your eye.

Nicole: So, what's up?

Victor: Well, I would like to discuss a possible détente in our relationship war.

Nicole: Really.

Victor: And I'd like to apologize to you for the way I've been behaving. I've been a real son of a bitch.

Nicole: Apologize? To me? Ha ha. That'll be the day.

Victor: No, I'm sincere. I've been filled with hate and rage, and that's not the kind of man that I want to be. It's been pointed out to me that I'm in danger of ending my life bitter and alone.

Nicole: And when do we get to the part where I might be interested?

Victor: Well, I would like to start by repairing our broken marriage.

Nicole: How do we do that?

Victor: Well, ultimately, I'll have to forgive you your transgressions.

Nicole: Ultimately, huh? And just what happens on this miraculous road to forgiveness?

Victor: Well, you'll devote yourself to me, round the clock, day and night. 24 hours a day, you'll be at my beck and call until I can trust you. And once you've proven that your whoring days are over, then I'll start being nice to you again. It'll be very good for my heart health.

Nicole: What about my damn health?

Victor: Oh. Groveling will cure you of your adulterous tendencies, Nicole. And it's the only way you can win my forgiveness.

Nicole: Then I live without it.

Victor: I set the terms, Nicole. Either crawl on your belly in a beautiful mansion or rot in a cold, damp prison cell for the murder of Colin Murphy. It's your choice, my dear.

Victor: Ah, I feel better already. Ahh.


Bart: Okay. I'm trying to go with the flow here, but you're losing me. What kind of action do you think has been going down in the bushes?

Cassie: How dumb do you think I am?

Bart: Well, I got to admit, the way you're dressed downstairs, I'm not thinking about your upstairs much at all, if you get my meaning.

Cassie: My point exactly. You and your -- your rent-a-cop friend here have been spying on me through the bushes all day. Give me the film.

Bart: What? Say what?

Cassie: You're trying to make money off of me. You're selling my pictures. What is it -- a video? Do you have those mini DVDs in your pocket? I bet you have, like, 10 of them in there. They're so small.

Bart: Those are no DVDs. That's all me. And you'd better cut it out, because I'm only human.

Cassie: [ Groans ] You're doing it again. You're ogling me!

Bart: Look, if you don't want guys looking at you, put on a sweater!

Cassie: You know, you have some nerve. If my father were not in the hospital in a coma, he would fire your ass for harassing me.

Bart: I got tons of respect for Count Dimera. And with the spillover factor, some of that respect goes to you, being his daughter. Now you should know I only lie when the Count tells me to lie. Okay? Do you understand that? And since he's not talking much now, it goes to follow that I am telling the truth. We have a security problem. That's why we were scoping out the bushes, not you! As pretty, attractive... as you are. Are we clear?

Cassie: Yeah. I hope so.

Bart: Okay.

Cassie: [ Groans ]

Bart: Ever see her tush in low-rise jeans? Cold shower time. Let's finish this job up. Oy.


Belle: I sure do have a tacky sister, don't I?

Philip: Well, you mean Cassie or Sami?

Belle: Philip, this spy operation has been a bust. I hope Shawn's had better luck with Rex than us. Let's go.

Philip: We better wait until we get a definite all-clear.

Belle: From who? Ow.

Philip: What's wrong?

Belle: My leg fell asleep.

Philip: Sorry. I'm a lot heavier than you

Belle: That's okay. The feeling's starting to come back. God, I am so glad that Shawn didn't find us in that position.

Philip: Why? Is he jealous of us?


Shawn-d: Weren't you going to call the cops? Well, if you do, I'm also going to have to tell 'em to confiscate your computer.

Rex: They wouldn't find anything.

Shawn-d: Oh, why not, because you hit a few buttons and you destroyed the evidence? Plus, Rex, let me remind you, I know what I saw, and I can testify to it.

Rex: Without hard evidence --

Shawn-d: No, Rex, you see, my friend, they will get their evidence. My parents used to be cops. So I know a few things about this. Like, the Salem P.D. has some experts who can retrieve files on a computer.

Rex: Wow. You didn't pick up much knowledge of actual law, did you, working in you uncle Mickey’s office? Or you'd know that going into my computer would constitute illegal search and seizure, which brings it back to your word against mine.

Shawn-d: You haven't learned much since you came to Salem. Like, who do you think the police department's going to believe -- a Brady or a Dimera?

Rex: Are you saying the local police force is corrupt?

Shawn-d: I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying that family counts, and you're not a Brady.

Mimi: Well, now, you've got that exactly wrong.


Marlena: You know, if I were a Dimera, you'd be dead now.

Marlena: I'm sure you can still hear something, so let me make myself abundantly clear. If you hurt anyone in my family, the life support system hasn't been invented that could save you.


Belle: I cannot believe how much tanning lotion Cassie uses.

Philip: I know. She keeps putting her sunglasses on, and then she takes them off. And then she reads the magazine, then she doesn't read the magazine.

Belle: She looks like she's basting a rotisserie chicken. Is that Bart guy gone?

Philip: I don't know, but, man, he is weird. So you never answered my question. Is Shawn jealous of us?

Belle: I think he is sometimes. But, I mean, we've all known each other forever. Shawn was always gone with his parents on the boat all the time, and it must have been hard for him coming back and seeing us being so close.

Philip: Good. I'm glad he's jealous.

Belle: You are so bad. But you have an amazing smile, so I can always forgive you. You know, the woman who marries you is definitely going to have her hands full.

Philip: The woman who marries me, huh?

Belle: Yeah. Look, Philip, I know you think you'll never find her, but you will.

Philip: You're wrong, Belle.


Mimi: Half the people in Salem are related to the other half without even realizing it. Look, it goes like this -- Sami is Marlena's daughter, and Roman Brady's her father, who is your uncle, which makes Sami your cousin, right? And since Marlena is your mother and Sami's your half-sister, then her cousin --meaning Shawn --, and you are cousin-in-law-in-laws. See? You're related. There's a thread there. And in some ways, you could even say you're both Bradys.

Shawn-d: I bought it right up until that last thing, Mimi. There is no way a person like Rex could be a Brady.


Brady: Oh, hey, Nicole, I've been looking all over for you.

Nicole: What is it, Brady I'm not in a really good mood right now.

Brady: Well, I just want you to know I talked to my grandfather, and I asked him whether or not he ever thought about having more kids.

Nicole: Why would you do that?

Brady: I don't know. Maybe I'm just trying to play peacemaker for the two of you. You said it was a problem for you, Nicole, that he's not interested in having more children, but he said he'd love to have more. You're wrong.

Nicole: Oh, really?

Brady: Definitely. So, where'd you get that idea?

Nicole: Did it ever occur to you, Mr. Peacemaker, that Victor may want to have more children, just not with me?

Brady: No, I'm sorry, that didn't occur to me. I guess I just assumed since the two of you are married that --

Nicole: Brady, he hates me. Don't you get it?

Brady: Hates you? Nicole, I don't see how he could, okay?

Nicole: You don't see a lot of things, Brady. You don't know a lot of things.

Brady: Like what?

Nicole: Like who your precious grandfather really is. Look, just -- never mind. Forget it, okay? Stop trying to fix things between me and Victor. There's no point.


Belle: Don't be so negative, Philip. You'll find the right girl, I promise.

Philip: I already found her, okay? She's just not available.

Belle: Who are you talking about?


Cassie: I don't believe it.


Shawn-d: I know you think you're in love with him, but he's not good enough for you, okay?

Mimi: How can you say that?

Shawn-d: How? Because I know you, and I know what a good heart you have, all right? Now, I know you haven't always done the right thing. Neither have I. But at least we know the difference between right and wrong. Rex is a Dimera, just like his father Tony and his grandfather Stefano, which means he's cold and ruthless.

Mimi: All right, stop right there, Shawn, before you make a total fool of yourself. What happened in here?

Rex: I came in and found Shawn -- uninvited.

Mimi: What, like he broke in? You guys used to be friends. You were roommates. You used to hang out.

Shawn-d: Yeah, well, not anymore. We're not even friends anymore.

Mimi: Okay, Shawn, what made you so angry with Rex?

Shawn-d: Oh, just the fact that Rex is somehow involved with the attack on my mom and dad.

Mimi: All right, I'm sorry, but that's just not possible!


Victor: Oh, Brady, I was hoping to catch up with you.

Brady: Hey, granddad, what's up?

Victor: Well, I wanted to give you an update on the status of my marriage to Nicole.

Brady: Well, you know, that's really none of my business.

Victor: Oh, but I have good news. You see, Nicole and I had a long talk, and I have reason to believe that she's coming around. I really think she's ready to become the wife that I deserve. Ha ha.


(Nicole’s flashback)

Nicole: I wish I was on that plane.

Brady: If you were, where would you be going?

Nicole: I'd fly off to some -- some exotic place where I could start over and be totally free.

Brady: That's what it's all about for you, isn't it? Being free -- I mean, that's -- that's what you want more than anything in the entire world.

Nicole: But it's only a dream. It can't happen -- not for me, anyway.

Nicole: Hi. Uh, I need a one-way ticket on the first available flight out of the country. My name? Nicole. Walker. Nicole walker.


Belle: So, Philip, who's this girl that's so unattainable?

Philip: I didn't say "unattainable." I said "unavailable."

[ Sprinklers turn on ]

Belle: Aah! Oh, god!

Cassie: [ Giggles ] That ought to cool them off.


Rex: I don't need you to defend me.

Mimi: He's accusing you of attempted murder.

Rex: Right, and he's a Brady, which means the police will treat him better.

Mimi: So what are you going to do?

Rex: I'm going to handle it in my own way.


Lucas: Dr. Evans?

Marlena: Hmm? Oh, I'm sorry. Yes?

Lucas: Did Sami go for coffee?

Marlena: She didn't mention it. Why?

Lucas: Well, where is she?

Lucas and Marlena: Tony.


Sami: I know we haven't known each other for that long, Tony. Not well, anyway. I do feel so close to you. I have blamed you for the bad things that have happened to me recently. God, right now I'd give anything for you to wake up and save me.

Tony: [ Mumbles ]

Sami: Oh, my god. Oh, my god, Tony, you're awake! Oh, my god!


(On the next Days of Our Lives)

Rex: You're not gonna get away with this. You're through, Brady.

Shawn-d: You are not going to get away with what you've done, you liar!

Cassie: Stop! Let go!

Lucas: John thought that you popped out of your coma and bashed Bo and hope on the head for revenge.

Bo: I don't believe in coincidences. Dimera turned up missing at the exact time you and I were attacked.

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