Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 1/7/04 - Canada; Thursday 1/8/04 - U.S.A.
Proofread by Lindsay
Chloe: How was your workout?
Brady: It gave me an appetite.
Chloe: Great, because I have lots of food.
Brady: No, see, I meant...for you.
Chloe: Oh. Mmm.
Nicole: Ooh, I'd kill for some of that.
Brady: Nicole, look, we're --
Nicole: I mean coffee. I'd kill for some coffee.
Brady: Well, why don't you have some in the dining room, like you always do? Chloe and I want to be alone.
Nicole: Then get a room.
Brady: Out. Now.
Brady: Put that down. Out. Now. Chloe and I want to talk about our future together.
Brady: Now, where were we?
Nicole: Your future, huh? Over my dead body.
Victor: That can easily be arranged.
Mickey: [Sniffs] Oh...boy, look at this. We got eggs and home fries and sausage...Bonnie, you didn't have to go to all this trouble.
Bonnie: Aw...just my way of saying thank you for letting me spend the night.
Mickey: Ha ha ha ha. You're welcome. You're welcome.
Bonnie: But, you know, you didn't have to stay in the guest room. Your bed was certainly big enough for the both of us.
Bonnie: Oh, I'm just saying your bed is so huge. I mean, instead of being all uncomfortable in that narrow little bed in the other room, you and I -- well, we could've slept together.
Celeste: Alexandra, why are you bothering with this?
Lexie: Mom, I'm worried about you. Your blood pressure is sky-high.
Celeste: Not surprising.
Lexie: Why not? What now? Mom, tell me.
Celeste: Why should I? You'll just be skeptical.
Lexie: Fine. Don't tell me. I'd better get to work.
Celeste: Alexandra, now, wait, wait, darling, wait. I-I will tell you what happened, but you must promise not to sneer.
Lexie: Go on.
Celeste: I had visitors.
Lexie: Visitors? Or visions?
Celeste: Both, I suppose. It was Roman and Maggie. Darling, they had a message for me. They told me that I was the only one who knew the truth about the murders and that it was up to me to see to it that the serial killer was punished.
Lexie: So what are you saying, Mom? Are you saying you have evidence against Tony? Because if you do, you need to go to the police before you become his next victim.
Celeste: Darling, Tony won't harm me.
Lexie: How do you know that, Mom?
Celeste: Because Tony is not the serial killer. The police have arrested the wrong man.
Bart: Boss. Boss, I'm here. I came as soon as I got your message. Sounded like a real Mayday.
Tony: Oh. Well, let's see...I've been charged with six counts of first-degree murder. I would say that was a bit of an emergency, not just for me, but for everyone in Salem.
Bart: Really, sir, why is that?
Tony: Because the killer is still out there somewhere, Bart, ready to take out his next victim. And the police are playing into his or her hands. You see, they've dropped their, um, their guard, which has upped the danger level for anyone walking this fair City.
Bart: Boss. If you're trying to scare the daylights out of me, you're doing a hell of a job.
Tony: Mm. Calm down. I've got a plan.
Bart: A plan? Good. I like it. What kind of plan?
Tony: A plan that exonerates me of all these murders and puts the spotlight of suspicion on someone else, namely, the real killer.
Bo: What I got to do is make sure the courts put DiMera away for good, then we don't have to live in fear.
Shawn-D: We shouldn't be living that way now, right? I mean, I know that Tony is in jail, but still, this feeling of me being followed, that someone is watching my every move -- I just can't shake it.
Hope: Shawn, is it possible that it's more than just a feeling? Could someone be stalking you?
Ruiz: Cops don't like strangers lurking around the station. Now, why do I have a feeling you're up to no good?
Jan: I have no idea.
Ruiz: I'm taking you in to see Bo. He'll know what to do with you.
Jan: No, wait, wait. Okay. So you're right. I did come here for a reason, and I'm ready to make a full confession.
Ruiz: A confession?
Jan: Well, you know, I meant tell you the real reason why I'm here so you'd just stop being so suspicious.
Ruiz: Go on.
Jan: Well...you know. It's just so sad with all the murders that have been happening lately, and -- you know, now with Commander Roman Brady being murdered, I just -- I wanted to pay my respects, show the Brady family my support. You know, I've been -- I've just been trying to work up the courage to tell them that, but...you know, I -- I don't want to go in there and cry in front of them, make them even more upset, feel even worse.
Ruiz: Okay. You want to pay your respects? You can do it to the Commander's Brother. He's in his office right over there.
Tek: Hey, Ruiz, I need to see Bo now.
Ruiz: Yeah, but --
Tek: No, this is important. Back-burner everything.
Ruiz: He's inside with his Wife and Son.
Jan: You know, I can tell this really isn't a good time, so I'll just --
Ruiz: No, just stay right here. He should be out in a minute.
Hope: Hey, what's going on, Tek?
Tek: Hey. Bo, you're acting Police Commander, right?
Tek: I've got some important info on our case against Tony DiMera.
Tony: I'm going to walk out of here a free man, Bart, very soon.
Bart: Uh-huh. Boss, I hate to burst your bubble, but have you seen the papers? Look at this. Front page, boss. Everybody -- everybody -- thinks you're the Salem serial killer. Actually, Bo Brady is convinced you sliced and diced his big Brother, and why wouldn't he be? Since you were not only there, your trusty samurai sword was found at the crime scene, which, pardon my saying so, boss, puts you in hot sake.
Tony: Well, the Brady clan is out to get me. They're looking for a scapegoat for these murders. And if they can pin it on me, a DiMera, that's what they're going to do. But I'm not going to let it. It's not going to happen.
Bart: So what's the plan, sir?
Tony: The plan is I'm going to strike a deal with the enemy.
Lexie: Mom, why are you defending Tony, when all the facts point to his guilt? I have to accept that, and so do you, okay? He's a monster. He has to be stopped.
Celeste: Alexandra, if he were actually guilty, why would Roman and Maggie's spirits appear to me to warn me that the killer is still out there?
Lexie: I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. Maybe it was just a bad dream.
Celeste: Oh, come on, Alexandra, you know better than that. All of my visions have come true thus far.
Lexie: I don't understand what you want me to do. What do you want me to do, huh? Go to the judge and ask him to release my Brother based on a statement made to my Mother by dead people? By ghosts? Come on, I'd be laughed out of court.
Celeste: They won't find it remotely funny, Alexandra, if you tell them that you're trying to save lives.
Lexie: Oh, Mom!
Celeste: How can you understand this, Alexandra? We will have no peace, okay? No one in Salem is safe until the real killer is put behind bars. Don't you understand? Look, we can only stop this nightmare if the monster who actually committed these murders is caught and brought to justice. Until then, darling, he's out there plotting to kill again.
Brady: You know, I never knew fruit could taste so good.
Chloe: Well, I'm glad you like it.
Brady: I could stay like this forever. What do you say we just freeze this moment in time?
Chloe: Well, if we do that, there won't be future. I thought that's what you wanted to talk about.
Brady: Well, staying right here with you like this is part of my plan.
Chloe: Oh, really?
Brady: The Salem serial killer is behind bars. The streets are safe again. There's no reason why you can't stay here in Salem with me. And there's no reason why we can't begin our new life together.
Tek: We got the lab results on Tony's samurai sword.
Bo: Were there traces of Roman's blood on it?
Tek: It came up clean.
Bo: What --
Hope: That's impossible.
Tek: If we can't tie that sword to Roman's murder, our case against Tony could completely unravel.
Bo: Give me that file.
Ruiz: Ahem. I'm sorry to bother you. There's a young woman outside that says she wants to show her respects to the family.
Hope: That was awfully thoughtful. Did she give her name?
Hope: Listen, Bo's really busy right now. Why don't we have her sign the book of condolences? It's on Bo's old desk. And please, tell her it'll be given to Kate, Roman's widow.
Ruiz: Yes, ma'am.
Ruiz: I'll do that.
Hope: Thank you.
Ruiz: Wait. Wait. You can't leave yet.
Jan: I don't want to be a bother.
Ruiz: Don't you want to sign the book of condolences? That's what Mrs. Brady suggested.
Jan: Oh, well, sure. I mean, of course. She did? Yeah, that -- not a problem.
Shawn-D: Who did Ruiz say was here?
Hope: He didn't say. Why? Is something wrong?
Shawn-D: I don't know.
Hope: That young woman -- do you know her?
Lexie: Look, Mom, I have had enough of your visions and your premonitions, okay? Tony's in custody. No one else has been attacked. Let's just leave it at that, hmm?
Celeste: I can't, Alexandra, not when the real killer is still out there plotting more murders. I owe it to Roman, to Maggie, to speak out.
Lexie: And do what, Mom? Make yourself the next target?
Celeste: Yes. Yes, I'll take that chance, Alexandra.
Lexie: No, no, you won't, because I won't let you. Listen, Mom, you have to be quiet about this.
Celeste: Alexandra, no.
Lexie: Look, um, let's take a walk, hmm? Go shopping. Do something to get your mind off all this death and destruction. I'll get your coat, huh? Yeah.
Celeste: The killings aren't over yet. Why won't anyone believe me?
Mickey: Did you just say that --
Bonnie: That I-I want to sleep with you? No, no, no. I mean, although it probably sounded that way. What I meant was that, you know, you gave me that big king-size bed, and that was silly, because there was just -- I had way too much room.
Mickey: Mmm. Oh, this is good.
Bonnie: Sausage not too well-done?
Mickey: Mmm, no. Mnh-mnh, perfect, perfect.
Bonnie: I'm so glad to hear that. Let me pour you some juice.
Bonnie: There we go. So glad you like it there.
Mickey: Mm, mm, mm.
Bonnie: So I think the wedding went well last night. Uh, up until the groom got murdered. Poor guy. I mean, so shocking and -- and just tragic. Oh, and that bleeding cake was no fun, either. Oh, man, it was disgusting.
Bonnie: Oh, all over the place and --
Mickey: Bonnie, please. Let's talk about something else, okay?
Bonnie: Oh, gosh, of course. I'm sorry. I should -- oh, man, I shouldn't have gone on like that while you're eating. The only reason I brought up the wedding was that, um...ahem -- I just think Tuscany is such a swell place, and it just makes me sad it's sitting there all empty, you know? And I was thinking -- it could use a renovation, a whole new look. Now, if you were willing to maybe invest in my ideas, we could --
Mickey: Bonnie, Bonnie, Bonnie, I'm sorry. I-I'm in no financial position to be able to invest money into Tuscany, or anything else, for that matter.
Bonnie: You okay?
Mickey: Mm. Mm, mm, mm, mm.
Mickey: Excuse me, excuse me. I got to get -- I got to get my -- my antacid.
Bonnie: Sure. I just -- I hope you're going to finish your breakfast. I wouldn't want all that food to go to waste.
Mickey: We'll see.
Bonnie: Damn. If Mickey would just listen to me, he could be the richest man in Salem, and I'd be one highfalutin entrepreneur. Oh, how to make a dream a reality?
Bonnie: Oh, I'll get it, Mickey. Mickey Horton's residence.
Tony: Yes, can I speak to Mr. Horton, please?
Bonnie: Who's calling?
Tony: This is Tony DiMera.
Bonnie: The Salem serial killer? What the heck do you want with Mickey?
Tony: Who's this?
Bonnie: Bonnie -- the housekeeper. In fact, I'm more than that. I'm a very good friend. So if you want to talk to Mickey, you got to get through me first, sweetheart.
Tony: Good. Then if you don't mind, would you mind telling Mr. Horton that I would like to hire him as my lawyer?
Tony: Hello? Is someone there, or have we been disconnected?
Bonnie: Yes. Yes -- no, I'm still here. I mean yes -- I mean no, you haven't been disconnected.
Tony: Good, then do you mind telling Mr. Horton that I'd like to hire him as my defense attorney?
Bonnie: Well, he's not available at the moment. He's got a stomachache. But if I may put in my two cents' worth, DiMera, you are accused of killing the man's Wife. Now, I know Mickey Horton isn't a rich man, but there isn't a paycheck big enough for him to take your case.
Tony: Oh. Well, I was willing to offer $1 million in retainer fee up front.
Bonnie: 1 million smackers? Ooh, I could -- Mickey could sure use the money.
Tony: Ha ha. Oh, good. Then I trust you'll convince Mr. Horton to consider my offer.
Bonnie: Well, I sure will. I-I'll give it my best shot, Mr. DiMera. In fact, when he's feeling better, I'll tell him exactly what you said.
Tony: Ah, thank you. And I hope to hear from Mr. Horton very soon.
Mickey: [Coughs] Who was on the phone?
Bonnie: You're never going to believe this.
Bonnie: It was Tony DiMera. He wants you to be his lawyer, and you've just got to say yes.
Mickey: Are you out of your mind?
Lexie: Okay. Here you go, Mom. Drink this before it gets cold.
Celeste: No, darling, I don't want it.
Lexie: Mom, you're trembling. What's wrong?
Celeste: Alexandra, don't ask questions if you don't want to hear the answers.
Lexie: But -- tell me.
Celeste: The killer's still out there...roaming free, waiting to strike again. I must figure out his or her identity or -- or more innocent people will die.
Nicole: You try to take me down, I will take you with me.
Victor: I will not allow my Grandson to live with a killer. I must keep him safe at all costs.
Nicole: The only way Brady will be in danger is if he makes the very serious mistake of not dumping that bitch Chloe Lane.
Brady: You know, Chloe, I was thinking, the opera house is not going to be completed for a year, so I was hoping that you would stay here in Salem with me.
Chloe: [Sighs] Until I came back, I didn't realize how much I missed being with you.
Brady: So does that mean...
Chloe: My resolution for 2004...is to be very close to you for the whole rest of the year.
Brady: Ha ha.
Chloe: Just like we are right now.
[Cellular phone rings]
Chloe: Sorry. Better get that.
Chloe: Hello? What? I don't believe it.
Hope: That girl -- do you recognize her?
Shawn-D: I can't see her face, but there's something familiar about her.
Jan: Here's your pen.
Ruiz: This book will be given to Commander Brady's widow.
Jan: That's nice. I got to go.
Shawn-D: Ruiz, the girl that was here -- who was she?
Ruiz: She didn't give her name. She looks familiar, though. She signed the book of condolences. You want to see it?
Shawn-D: Oh, yeah, yeah, please. I think I might know her.
Shawn-D: I don't believe it.
Hope: What does it say in the case file? Any new leads?
Bo: We got big trouble.
Chloe: Ha ha. Thank you, Madam Marin, and, yes, I'll need some time to think about it, of course, and I'll -- yes, I-I know that there's not a lot of time, but I will call you back very soon, I promise. Thank you. Goodbye.
Brady: What was that about?
Chloe: Apparently, Janice Manning went totally diva on Roberto, which I cannot believe. I mean, how dare she?
Brady: Okay, slow down, slow down. You're losing me. Who is Janice?
Chloe: She's this totally overrated opera star who spent the last six weeks in Vienna rehearsing for "Tosca." Roberto Marino is conducting -- I worked with him twice in Paris. Anyway, he's usually really low-key, so Janice must have pulled a first-class hissy fit to get him riled enough to throw her out on her ear.
Brady: Well, that-- that's a fascinating glimpse to the world of opera, Chloe, but what does this have to do with you?
Chloe: I still can't believe it, but both Madam Marin and Roberto want me to take Janice's place, and not just for "Tosca," but for the rest of the season.
Brady: That is amazing. Congratulations.
Chloe: That means that I would get to record the cast album, and I will get to work with the most talented singers in the world. But --
Brady: No, no, no. Chloe, there are -- there are no buts. This is the opportunity of a lifetime. You can't turn this down.
Chloe: But, Brady, a seconds before my phone rang, I made a vow to you about staying close to you for the rest of the year. I don't want us to be apart again.
Brady: I don't want to be apart, either.
Chloe: Then come to Europe with me. Brady, we would have the most wonderful time, and then I wouldn't have to break my resolution to you. Come on, Brady. What do you say? Please, please. Come to Europe with me.
Bo: Forensics has given us nothing. Damn it. When this thing goes to court, the burden of proof is going to be on us.
Tek: Yeah, if we can't make the charges stick, we're going to have to let DiMera walk.
Bo: That, my friend, is not going to happen. We’re going to start from square one. I want all new people down there in the lab, and I want them running new tests. Man, I want you to do anything you can to give me some evidence to give to the D.A., and I want it now. The clock is running out.
Tek: I'm on it, I'm on it.
Bo: Thanks, man.
Hope: Bo, I know how badly you want to solve this case --
Bo: Hope, this isn't just about Mom and Roman and the rest of the victims. The thought -- I-I can't stomach the thought of DiMera being a free man. I will do everything I have to do to make sure that monster remains behind bars so my family is safe and the people of Salem are safe.
Hope: I know you will. You will, Bo. Speaking of Shawn, I'm going to go check on him, okay?
Shawn-D: Mom, come take a look at this.
Hope: What do you have? "To the Bradys -- I'm sorry for your los Mary Smith."
Shawn-D: Yeah, right. It's obviously an alias, right?
Hope: So who do you think it really is?
Shawn-D: The handwriting looks so familiar. I just can't place it. And -- and the girl that we just saw, I feel like I know her. This is just bugging me, and -- but I know what she's wearing. I-I'm going to go try and track her down.
Hope: Honey. Be careful, please.
Bo: I can't sit in there any longer.
Hope: Where are you going?
Bo: I think you know.
Mickey: How could you even suggest that I take Tony on as a client?
Bonnie: Well, everyone deserves the best defense they can get, don't they? Besides, the man is offering you $1 million, and that's just for starters. Now, imagine if you gave that away to some very respectable and deserving charity.
Mickey: Look, I cannot deal with the world's problems right now, Bonnie. I have enough of my own.
Bonnie: Mickey, I'm thinking about that, too. Now, listen, you want Tony to fry, right? Well, defending him is the best way to control what happens in that trial. It's the only way to make sure justice is served. That's all you want, isn't it?
Bart: Boss, I know you know I know I'm a little slow on the uptake, okay. But the idea of losing the DiMera shark of a lawyer, who could make mincemeat of this prosecution, and trying to get Mickey Horton to represent you in court -- I just don't get it.
Tony: Bart, there's a method to my madness.
Bart: Well, I guess so, sir. Are you thinking of pleading insanity? Because excuse me, some people are going to think this is beyond looney tunes.
Tony: Mm-hmm. Perhaps, but actually, it's eminently sane. If I'm going to win, then I got to make sure that my enemies do my dirty work for me.
Bonnie: Thanks for lending me the sweatsuit. Fits -- almost.
Mickey: You need to stop talking and focus on your breathing.
Bonnie: Ha ha ha ha ha. I'm sorry. I'm a real chatterbox when I'm nervous.
Mickey: Why are you nervous?
Bonnie: I keep thinking about Tony's offer, and you turning it down.
Mickey: Look, I don't want to get into this. This is where -- this is where, right here, I kick it up a notch, and I jog around the park. Here we go. Left, right, left, right...
Bonnie: Well, okay, I'll just wait for you here and concentrate on my breathing. Oh, why does exercising always make me want to smoke?
Bonnie: Hey, girls. Hi. Out for some fresh air? Me too.
Lexie: I'm glad you're here. Would you please try to talk some sense into my Mother?
Bonnie: Sure. Okay. Uh, it's kind of hard to talk, though, with my throat all parched, you know. What are you guys drinking?
Lexie: Hot chocolate. Would you like one?
Bonnie: Oh, left my change purse in the car.
Lexie: Oh, I-I'll get it for you. Just please stay here and talk to my Mom, okay?
Bonnie: Okay, sure. Ooh, extra whipped cream. Just --
Lexie: Okay, yes.
Bonnie: Okay, what's up?
Celeste: Well, my Daughter refuses to take my visions and premonitions seriously, even though I've never been wrong, Bonnie. You know...I've seen terrible sights, I've spoken with the dead. I've heard the voices of -- of the murdered victims crying out for revenge.
Bonnie: O-okay, okay. Before you start in with your buckets of blood routine, I need you to focus all your energy into one simple question. Is Tony DiMera the serial killer?
Lexie: Thank you. I really appreciate -- ooh!
Jan: Oh, I'm s-- I-I'm sorry.
Lexie: No harm done.
Jan: What-- what'd you say?
Lexie: I-I said, no harm done. Are you all right?
Jan: Yeah, no, I'm -- I'm fine. Thank you. See you.
Lexie: Yeah? Uh, you're -- you're out -- out of breath. What's wrong
Shawn-D: That -- that girl that just went by. Who was she?
Lexie: I-I don't -- I don't know. She kept looking over her shoulder like she was looking for someone. Who is she?
Shawn-D: Yeah, well, that's what I'm trying to figure out. I have a feeling she's up to no good.
Hope: Bo, don't do anything you're going to regret. Think about this. You won't make the case against Tony any stronger by attacking him.
Bo: I know exactly what I'm doing.
Bo: DiMera. DiMera. We got to talk.
Tony: I plead guilty, your honor.
Chloe: I meant what I said before, Brady. I don't want us to be apart ever again. Please, come to Europe with me. We will have such a blast. We'll get to tour the continent, see all the sights, make love in the most romantic cities in the world.
Brady: Chloe, I wish I could.
Brady: I have a lot of responsibilities here in Salem, okay? The least of which is -- is supervising the construction of a brand-new opera house.
Chloe: Brady, can't your Grandfather handle that?
Brady: No, Chloe, that's just the thing. My Grandfather's doing this for me, okay? I-I can't just abandon him and this project.
Chloe: Then I won't go.
Brady: No, no, no. That's not even an option, okay? You have to go.
Chloe: Brady, I don't want to lose you again.
Brady: Chloe, you're -- you're not -- you're not going to lose me, okay? It's different this time. Lis-listen to me. We're committed to each other. I'll come and visit you all the time. I know you're coming back. But you have to do this for your career.
Chloe: I'll just be putting my career on hold for a while until we wait for the opera house to be built.
Brady: No, Chloe. Look at me. Look at me. The only thing that we can afford to put on hold is our life together. I'm not worried that you're going to fly off to Europe and never come back. You're going to come back a huge star. You're going to come back to a beautiful new opera house. And you're going to come back to a man who loves you very, very much.
Chloe: When you put it that way...
Brady: So it's settled, then.
Chloe: No, there's one problem -- Nicole.
Brady: What about her?
Chloe: Brady, you can figure it out. I'm just not very comfortable leaving you alone in this house with her.
Nicole: I'm not afraid of you. In fact, you're the one who's afraid. I can see it in your eyes. You're afraid I'll worm myself even further into Brady's heart.
Victor: You're delusional.
Nicole: I'll take Brady away from you, and that'll be so sweet. But not enough -- I think I'll go after Bo next.
Victor: Ha ha. That's laughable. Bo is the most married man I know. Hope would wipe the floor with you.
Nicole: Okay. Then there's your other Son. Oh, yes -- Philip. So young and naive. Chloe broke his heart, so he'd be easy to seduce.
Victor: You try, and you won't live to regret it.
Nicole: Mm, and then there's your other Grandson Shawn. Now, I know he's not getting any of the good thing from his prissy little girlfriend. He's probably desperate to let off some steam with a real woman.
Victor: I'm warning you, Nicole... you stay away from my family.
Nicole: Oh. I'm shaking -- not.
Shawn-D: Damn it! I lost her.
Bonnie: They will listen to you.
Lexie: Here you go, Bonnie. Extra whipped cream.
Bonnie: Thank you. Ooh.
Lexie: I hope you were able to talk some sense into my Mother.
Bonnie: Actually, we're on the same page.
Bonnie: Mick! Mickey, over here! Wait until Mickey gets a load of your news.
Lexie: Hi, Mickey.
Bonnie: Mickey, I was just talking to Celeste, and it seems that she's had another one of her famous visions, and you know her visions are never wrong.
Mickey: Say, what'd you see, Celeste?
Lexie: Mom, please. Don't repeat it.
Bonnie: No, Lexie, she has to. This is important. Go on, honey.
Celeste: I, uh...I saw Roman's ghost, and Maggie was with him.
Mickey: Dear God.
Celeste: And they told me -- th-they told me that the killer is still out there, that Tony is innocent.
Bonnie: See? Proof positive. You have to represent Tony now.
Mickey: Are you -- are you sure, Celeste?
Celeste: Yes, very.
Bonnie: Tony wants Mickey to be his lawyer, and I think he should do it, especially now that we know Tony is innocent.
Celeste: Bonnie's right. Mickey, you must take the case. You must see to it that Tony's freed.
Lexie: What are you talking about? Why would Mickey even think about defending Tony?
Bo: What did you just say?
Tony: Well, isn't that what you want me to say? "Yes, your honor, I'm guilty," even though I'm innocent? But I may have no choice but to plead guilty and be at the mercy of the court, you see, because it may be the only way I can escape the death penalty.
Bo: You're up to something.
Tony: Ah. My lawyer won't take up my case. The public wants to lynch me. The D.A. certainly wants my blood. I've been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion even though I'm innocent. 'Cause, you see, there is no justice for a DiMera in this City.
Hope: Who are you trying to fool with this act?
Tony: Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
Bo: You're trying to weasel out of this. But...you're guilty as sin, so you're going to pay.
Celeste: Alexandra, I would think you would be happy to hear that your Brother isn't a mass murderer.
Lexie: Yes, Mom, I would, if it were true.
Celeste: How can I make you understand? Tony didn't kill anyone. Darling, you know how I feel about the DiMeras. No one would like to see Tony's influence removed from your life more than me. But I have to stand up for the truth, and the truth is Tony is innocent.
Lexie: Mom, stop saying that. Please, okay, would you just leave it alone? Look, as long as you continue talking to ghosts, having these wild premonitions, and exonerating guilty men, I'll never have a moment's peace. So please, for my sake, for Theo's sake, for everyone's sake, please just let it go.
Celeste: My Daughter is wrong, Bonnie. Tony has been unjustly accused. Meanwhile, the real killer is -- is out there preparing for its next victim. Oh, God, and I fear for that person, whoever they may be. Oh.
Bonnie: Mickey could have made a cool easy million defending an innocent man. Oh, well. Guess we'll kiss that money goodbye. Damn.
Bo: Of course no reputable attorney will represent you. You're so guilty you reek.
Hope: And trying to fake feelings of remorse, it's -- it's not going to work, DiMera.
Bo: Even with your dream team of lawyers, you were doomed. Without decent counsel, you're history.
Mickey: He'll have decent counsel. Everyone deserves that, even a DiMera.
Hope: God, Uncle Mickey.
Bo: What are you doing here?
Mickey: I'm going to be Tony's attorney.
Victor: You know, I have many regrets in my life, but the biggest and most painful is the fact that I ever let you into my family.
Nicole: Your lust was my ticket in. It's the card I can play with Brady and with Philip, and by God, I'm going to do just that. I'm going to bring the Kiriakis dynasty down one man at a time.
Victor: I'll see you dead first.
Nicole: We'll see about that.
Victor: What do you think you're doing?
Nicole: I am going to find the perfect weapon to use against you and the rest of the Kiriakis boys. Ta-ta.
Brady: Mm. Now...as much as I would love to continue this discussion, I have to go get dressed. I have to plan a very special day before you go back to Europe -- one you're never going to forget.
Chloe: I can't wait. Mm.
Jan: Damn. He's still following me.
Shawn-D: She went this way.
“On the next Days of Our Lives...”
Marlena: You've torn the very soul out of this whole town.
Tony: If you don't help me, you will have the blood of other peoples on your hands, and then you will be dead.
Victor: If I have to make an alliance with Tony DiMera, I'll do it and be rid of you forever.
Jennifer: Lexie, what's wrong?
Shawn-D: Your parents love each other -- everything is going to be all right.
Belle: I hope so. I just don't know.
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