Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 4/21/04 - Canada; Thursday 4/22/04 - U.S.A.
Provided by Eric
Proofread by Naila
Lucas: I'm really glad I'm not spending the night in jail. Thanks.
Sami: Yeah, I'm sorry things went that far.
Lucas: I'm sorry I slapped you.
Sami: It's okay, Lucas. I know you won't do it again. I was drunk and hysterical, and I feel so badly.
Lucas: I-I didn't mean to hurt you. I hope you know that.
Sami: You didn't hurt me. Lucas, I'm so embarrassed about attacking you that way. I-I'm freaking out 'cause my mom's in jail, and she's being accused of murder, but that's not your fault. I always accuse you of being responsible for everything that goes wrong in my life. Why do I do that? [Sighs]
Lucas: I don't know. You know, I'm a handy target. I live right next door. We do share a child.
Sami: Why can't I get this thing to work?
Lucas: Sami, I'll help you. Relax.
Sami: You don't have to take care of me.
Lucas: Why? You took care of me. You stood up for me. That was a brave thing to do. I'm proud of you.
Belle: Stop it, both of you, stop it!
Shawn-D and Philip: [ Both yelling at once]
Belle: Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Stop it! Shawn, are you okay? Philip, Shawn is your friend. Why would you want to hurt him?
Woman: Let's get this body to the hospital for an autopsy.
Hope: Oh, my God.
Bo: What happened here? Who was killed?
Lexie: Was it a guard or -- or a prisoner?
Woman: There was a knifing in the holding cell.
John: I don't see marlena. I knew something was going to happen here. You had to put to her in jail, didn't you? You had to get her behind bars.
Bo: It's where she belongs.
John: Well, now her blood is on your head, pal.
Woman: Dr. Evans wasn't the victim.
John: She wasn't?
Bo: Who was?
Woman #2: My friend Tina, damn you!
Woman: Shut up back there!
John: Where is my wife?
Marlena: No, I don't want -- Bo, Bo, hope, John.
John: Oh, my God. What happened to you, baby? Who beat up my wife?
Marlena: They attacked me.
John: Who attacked you?
Woman #3: She had a knife. She would have come after us next.
John: What are you talking about? Why would she come after anyone?
Woman: Wake up. Your wife's a killer.
John: Accused. She hasn't been convicted of anything.
Woman: I'm talking about Tina. Your wife attacked this inmate and murdered her.
Marlena: Oh, no. Oh.
Belle: Shawn, are you okay? Did Philip hurt you?
Philip: He came after me, Belle.
Shawn-D: You're damn right I came after you, and I'm going to come after you again if you don't stay out of this, 'cause what happens between Belle and me is none of your damn business.
Philip: It is when she comes crying to me because of the way you treat her.
Belle: Philip, I'm fine.
Shawn-D: You know, I didn't want to see it, but I can see it now. You just want Belle for yourself, and I should have known that when you were on that stupid dating show and you picked her.
Philip: You don't even know what the hell you're talking about, Shawn.
Shawn-D: I can't blame you for wanting to be with her. Only problem for you -- she's my girlfriend.
Philip: You dumped her.
Shawn-D: I just needed time.
Belle: Stop it, you guys. This is -- this is crazy, okay?
Philip: No, what's crazy is him breaking up with you and then not wanting anyone else to have you. You walked out on the most wonderful girl in the world, and you freaked out when you found her up here with me, didn't you?
Shawn-D: I want you to know something -- I love Belle, and she is going through a lot right now. The last thing she needs is someone trying to move in on her.
Philip: Have you even once tried to see things from her place? Her mother is being accused of killing all these people. She's in jail. It's a perfect time to take a break from your relationship.
Belle: Stop it! Both you guys, stop it! Oh, my God! Please stop it! You're going to hurt each other.
Mimi: Guys, hey!
Belle: We've got to get them apart before they kill each other.
Mimi: Shawn, Philip, for God's sake, this isn't --
Belle: Oh, my God! Mimi?
Belle: Mimi, are you okay? Oh, my God, look at what you did! Get away -- you guys are going to make it worse. Mimi? Mimi, wake up. Are you okay? Wake up.
Sami: Lucas, don't be proud of me. What have I done tonight? I got wasted, let the police drag you down to the station. I almost let you get arrested. Oh, God.
Lucas: You told the truth. That's a big deal.
Sami: My life is a mess, Lucas. Everything is a mess.
Lucas: Come on. Let's go inside. Why don't you have a seat, okay? Uh... can I get you anything?
Sami: No. Lucas, what do you think is going to happen with my mom?
Lucas: I don't know, Sami.
Sami: I mean, John said that he won't testify against her, and, well, do you think that that means that they're going to have to let her go?
Lucas: I, uh, I don't think Bo is going to see it that way.
Sami: But uncle Bo's going to have to. I mean, his only evidence is John's testimony, and -- and the rest of it's just circumstantial. Oh, God, they have to let her go. Lucas, my mom won't be able to handle it on death row.
Lucas: Come on.
Sami: I've been there. I know. [Sobs]
John: So what went down here?
Woman: She cut Tina. She killed her. We all saw it.
Marlena: I didn't do it.
Lexie: I'm a doctor. I'd like to examine the body. Is there a place where I can have some privacy?
Woman #2: Take the body to the infirmary down the hall.
Lexie: Thanks. I'll determine the cause of death.
Bo: Thanks, Lexie.
Lexie: You hang in there.
Bo: Where's the murder weapon?
John: Don't call it a murder. We don't know what happened here.
Bo: Do you have a murder weapon? Ah, appears to be a spoon. Someone killed a woman with a spoon.
Hope: Someone sharpened the end of it. Not something you can do overnight. Marlena just got here.
Bo: I know. We'll have it dusted for prints.
John: It's not about fingerprints. Hope's right -- marlena didn't have time to make that shiv. So what happened here? The inmates attacked you, and... you just defended yourself, right?
Bo: What the hell do you think you're doing? Talking to her is one thing. Coaching her on what to say is something totally different.
John: Look at her. Look what they've done to her. Don't you care? She's your friend.
Bo: My friends don't murder the people I love.
John: I'm just trying to get at the truth here.
Woman #3: I'll deliver the whole truth and nothing but, if you can handle it.
John: I'd rather hear it from my wife first.
Bo: No. What do you know?
Woman #3: It started when they put that bitch in here with us, right up until she knifed Tina.
John: Oh, come on. You can't take her word for it. She's got an axe to grind.
Bo: Right now I trust these inmates a hell of a lot more than I trust your wife.
Belle: Mimi? Mimi, are you okay? She's waking up. Mimi.
Mimi: What the heck happened? Shawn, you hit me.
Shawn-D: I didn't mean it. It was an accident.
Philip: He was swinging at me.
Belle: Never mind. It's not worth talking about. Are you sure you're okay?
Philip: Do you need an ambulance?
Mimi: Oh, give me a break. I grew up with two brothers.
Shawn-D: I'm really sorry, Mimi.
Mimi: Well, why -- why were you going after Phil?
Philip: I was being a friend to Belle, and Shawn was accusing me of moving in on what he thinks is still his territory.
Mimi: Oh, Shawn, are you crazy? I asked Phil to help get you guys back together.
Belle: Hey, that's what I told Shawn, but he didn't believe me.
Shawn-D: I didn't say that you were lying.
Belle: But it wouldn't be the first time I lied to you, right?
Shawn-D: I said I believe you.
Belle: If you believed me, then why did you get mad at Philip?
Shawn-D: He knows.
Philip: I didn't do anything, Shawn.
Shawn-D: When I came up here, you had your hands all over her.
Philip: That's so stupid. She was upset about losing you. I put my arm around her so she would feel better and stop crying.
Shawn-D: What, maybe help her move on so maybe you could get with her? Is that what the deal is? Right, Philip, right?
Mimi: [Whistles] I came up here to tell you guys something important. I was listening to my favourite talk radio guy, and they broke in with a news bulletin.
Belle: Was it about my mom?
Mimi: There was a stabbing at the women's detention facility.
Belle: Oh, my God.
Mimi: They said that your mom was involved. I'm sorry. That's all I know.
Belle: Oh, my God.
Hope: What are we doing here? Are we interviewing these people now, or are we waiting for Lexie to report back?
Bo: They talk now before anyone has a chance to influence their stories.
John: Doesn't matter anyway, hope. Bo's already got his mind made up.
Bo: This is a police investigation.
Woman: Dr. Evans. Not wearing a freakin' white coat now, is she? Just another criminal in here.
Marlena: John, I know some of those women.
Marlena: Uh, I was the expert witness when she was declared fit to stand trial, and there's some-- somebody else. She's not here right now. They must have taken her out to get her cleaned up or something, but she was in the program that I began for at-risk youth.
John: I see. Bo, these women can't testify against marlena. They do have it in for her. In fact, they'd like nothing better than to see marlena take the fall for this murder.
Woman #2: She killed Tina. And who knows who she'll go after next?
Woman: She scared us all witless when she first got here, saying, "don't turn your back, or there'll be a knife in it."
Woman #2: Yeah.
John: Is that a fact?
Marlena: They're lying.
John: Wow, doc, did you say that?
Marlena: No, John, I never said --
John: Of course not.
Marlena: I didnít. You know me, don't you? Look, these women -- they have a history with me. They resent me, all for their own individual reasons. And then there's -- there's a -- a collective resentment for my position, my privilege. It's a classic case of transference. They blame me for their problems because they resent who I am, how I live --
Bo: That's enough. I don't want to hear any more of this psychobabble. What's your name?
Bo: Like Rita here said, you're just another inmate, and in case you hadn't noticed, you don't get a whole lot of respect here. Rita, you got the floor. Tell me what happened to Tina.
Rita: The doc didn't exactly make any friends when she waltzed in here with her perfect hair and nails.
Hope: Get to what happened to Tina.
Rita: She was all like, "I don't belong here. I'm a very important shrink." And then she goes, "play ball with me, I'll get stuff for you."
Bo: What kind of stuff?
Rita: Yo, you a cop, you don't know? Money, man -- cigarettes, booze, drugs. Whatever makes life worth living. Miss thing says she's got connections on the outside.
Woman: You tell her, Rita. She was trying to buy us off so we wouldn't mess with her. Like we'd want to.
John: Oh, this is ridiculous. What, we're supposed to believe that marlena is the bad guy here, right?
Bo: Can it, John. What happened after marlena made this offer?
Rita: Well, Tina was jonesin' pretty bad, so she asked could the doc get her a fix. Miss high-and-mighty says only if Tina does something for her. So Tina pulls out her piece.
Bo: The spoon.
Rita: Yeah, she been working on it, sharpening it up. And Tina says, "I'll give you this, but only if I get drugs today." The doc said sure, so Tina handed it over.
Bo: And you witnessed this exchange.
Rita: Yeah. Wish I hadnít. Do I have to talk about it?
Bo: No, you hang in there. We'll get you some grief counselling.
Rita: The doc had the knife in her hands, and all of a sudden, she gets this weird look in her eyes like she's in a trance or something. And then she just starts cutting Tina.
Woman #2: We tried to stop her, but she said stay back, or she was going to cut us, too.
Marlena: They're lying, Bo.
Bo: Can you prove that?
Marlena: I called for the matron when the fight broke out. Look... you know that's true. You must have seen that happen, didn't you?
Woman #3: All I saw was bodies piled on top of each other, everybody screaming. By the time we got there to break it up, Tina was dead.
Bo: Okay, ladies. Can you swear what Rita here said was true?
All: Yeah, yeah.
Rita: It happened just like we said.
Woman: She stabbed Tina to death.
Rita: And she had a smile on her face the whole time, too, the bitch.
Sami: Lucas, do you think that I've been wrong about John? I mean, I really did think that he was framing my mom for murder, but -- but now he says he won't testify against her. He's got to have a plan. I just can't figure out what it is.
Lucas: Sami, I think John loves your mom. Deep down, you know it, too.
Sami: I don't want to talk about it anymore.
Lucas: Maybe you should go to bed. It's been a real rough night. Maybe you'll get some good news in the morning.
Sami: Yeah, I'd settle for no bad news.
Lucas: Well, we almost had some bad news, didn't we? You, me, and will.
Sami: You mean if you had gone to jail?
Lucas: No, I'm not talking about jail. Remember what that cop said? He was going to call child protective services.
Sami: God, Lucas, I would never try to take will away from you. He needs you. I know that.
Lucas: Yeah, he needs you, too, but if a judge found that out, they'd challenge us for custody, they'd challenge you for -- for your getting drunk and me for slapping you.
Sami: Oh, my God. I don't know what I would do if I lost will.
Lucas: I'll make a pledge to you right now. I will never sue for sole custody again. What? You look surprised. Sami, you're a great mother. You are. You -- you put will before yourself.
Sami: I didn't used to.
Lucas: Well, you've grown up. Me too.
Sami: It's about time.
Lucas: That's right. Better late than never.
Sami: You know, you are a terrific father, Lucas. You don't stress out as much as I do. You know how to lighten things up.
Lucas: I'm a guy. It's in our dna.
Sami: Ha ha ha ha!
Lucas: It's all in the muscles.
Sami: Ha ha ha. Lucas, um... have you really managed to forgive me?
Lucas: Forgive you for what?
Sami: For everything. For... for lying about you hitting will when you were drunk, taking will away from you. You shouldn't even be talking to me. We could even go further back than that. How about how I thought that will was Austinís son for the first two years of his life? It took away all that time from you. You should hate me.
Lucas: Yeah, I should... but I donít.
Sami: Look, I'm sorry. I'm sorry about everything.
Lucas: We've been through a lot. We're like an old married couple, you and me. Now, uh, about that drinking...
Sami: Oh, God, I swear, I'm never going to do that again, so you don't have to worry.
Lucas: If you do do something like that or you feel you want to, if you feel like you're all alone, why don't you come to me? I'm right down the hall. Just knock on my door, okay? I'll be there for you anytime you need me.
Sami: Are you trying to get me to admit that I need you?
Lucas: Yeah, you do need me, and it doesn't make you weak. It makes you human. Will and I need you, too. You know what we both could use right now? A little something to take the edge off.
Bo: I'll send in an officer to take your formal statements.
John: You might want to think about separating them until then.
Bo: Why? We heard them all corroborate Ritaís story. She's the one I want isolated. She's going to solitary. And just so you know, I'm filing an additional charge of murder one for her arraignment.
John: I see. So you're going to take the word of hardened criminals over a woman you've known as a friend for, what, 20 years?
Bo: Marlena being convicted of murder is not going to shorten any of their sentences, so as far as I see it, they got no reason to lie.
Marlena: Bo, when they put me in that cell, they all began to conspire against me.
John: You know, help me here. I need someone to explain this to me -- if Tina was the one who got attacked, why is it my wife is the one with all the bruises?
Man: Tina didn't beat her up.
John: You think?
Man: We did that to her.
Woman: When I saw what was going down, I hit the alarm.
Man: That's when we came running in, we saw Dr. Evans here flashing that knife around, threatening the prisoners.
Marlena: No, that's not so.
Man: We tried to stop her...
Marlena: It's not true.
Man: But she put up a fight.
Woman: You resist the guards, you're going to get bruised.
Marlena: Bo, that isn't what happened.
All: You did it! You killed her! You killed her! [yelling ]
Marlena: I didn't do anything! I didn't do anything! I didn't do it! I didn't fight them. I thought they were trying to kill me.
Woman #2: You're the killer. You murdered Tina.
Marlena: That's not so. That's not so. I-I'm sure I didn't hurt her.
Rita: You would have killed us, too, if they hadn't stopped you.
Marlena: No. No, no. John, they're lying. I have -- have no memory of hurting that poor girl.
Bo: Oh, man. I've had enough of this "I don't remember" crap. Get her to solitary. Now.
Marlena: [Grunts] John, help me. I'm so scared. I'm so scared.
Lucas: Yeah. I'm going to make you some hot cocoa, send you off to dreamland.
Sami: Oh. Well, as much as I would love to, chocolate has caffeine in it, so I probably shouldnít. It'll keep me up.
Lucas: What about... oh, chamomile tea. What about that?
Sami: Yeah, it's in the cupboard, middle shelf.
Lucas: All right. I'm on it. I'll get it. You jump into bed, get your pyjamas on, and I'll bring you your tea.
Sami: Lucas, you are being so sweet.
Lucas: You deserve it.
Sami: I don't know. Lucas, I --
Lucas: You're turning into quite a woman, Sami.
Sami: Thank you. Um... thank you for being here.
Lucas: Where else would I be? Ďjammies, young lady. Come on.
Sami: Ha ha.
Bo: Get her out of here. Hey, lex, what'd you find out?
Lexie: The victim died from multiple stab wounds, and she was also a drug abuser.
Marlena: John, I feel real bad about that, but I -- I never hurt her.
Rita: Tina was our friend. Are you saying we killed her? You liar.
Woman: Me and crystal and Rita -- we loved Tina. She wasn't real strong, but she had a good heart. Her mom's going to be real broke up about losing her.
Rita: We've been together in here for a while now with no fights, no problems. Right, matron?
Woman: She's the only new one. She's the killer.
John: Doc... are you saying that you don't remember anything with what went on in that cell?
Marlena: I'm sorry. I wish I could, but I canít.
John: Is it possible that -- that marlena could be suffering from some neurological disorder?
Lexie: You mean like --
John: A tumour. I-I don't know. Something that, uh, would explain this out-of-character behaviour, this -- this inability to recall recent events.
Lexie: Well, yeah, it's medically possible --
Bo: John, give it up. First of all, you want us to believe she's possessed again, and now you want us to believe she's got some kind of a brain tumour? You're obviously desperate here --
John: To prove my wife is innocent? You're damn right. I am looking for a rational explanation for totally irrational behaviour. There's got to be some reason here, Bo, because my wife is not a murderer. And she sure as hell wouldn't be stupid enough to kill someone in front of all these witnesses here who have a grudge against her. Look at her, Bo. Look at her. She doesn't have a clue what happened in that cell.
Rita: We do. We were right here. We watched Tina die.
Woman: She's guilty. Is she going to get off just because she's rich?
Bo: No. All murderers get the same treatment. Marlena's not getting any special favours.
John: Hope, I'm looking for some help here. Think of all the help marlena has provided you over the years.
Bo: For some reason, that was cancelled out when marlena murdered her father and my mother...
Marlena: No, no, no, Bo, no, no.
Bo: And the rest of them.
John: Bo... no matter how good of cop you are, mistakes can be made. Now, what if she has a condition -- I don't know, a condition that's causing her to behave in a manner which -- she's never behaved like this before.
Hope: What are you suggesting, John?
John: Just explore the possibilities. Lexie can take her to the hospital, run some tests. Just run some tests.
Hope: It might give us some answers.
Bo: All right, Lexie. Run the tests. She is still a prisoner. She won't be out of our sight for one second. You better make it good, 'cause this is your last chance.
Marlena: Thank you, Bo. Thank you both. Thank you.
Lucas: Hey. I, uh, brought you some cookies as well.
Sami: Thanks. Those are will's cookies. He always hides them from me 'cause he's afraid I'm going to eat them all.
Lucas: They're all yours tonight.
Lucas: I just talked to will. He's at the pub. He's beating your grandpa at chess.
Sami: Yeah, I can't even play him anymore; he's getting so good.
Lucas: I know. Me neither. I, uh, I told him one of us would pick him up in the morning. Is that hot enough for you, that tea?
Lucas: I guess I'll just get you another blanket or something, then go back to my apartment.
Sami: Lucas, please don't go.
Lucas: Sami, you're not going to get any sleep with me hanging around here.
Sami: I want you to stay. I want you to spend the night.
Lucas: I don't know. I don't know. Laying in bed with you, it's just... it's not fair to me, sami.
Sami: Please, Lucas, I -- I don't want to be alone tonight.
Lucas: All right, I'll -- I'll just, uh, lay on top of the covers.
Sami: No, um... I want to feel your warm body next to mine.
Lucas: Sami, uh...
Sami: In my bed right next to me.
Lucas: That is a real bad idea.
Sami: No, I think it's a good idea. In fact, I think it's the best idea I've ever had, Lucas.
Lucas: Yeah. Feels like maybe you're coming on to me.
Sami: There's no maybe about it. Lucas, I want you.
John: Be strong. [ Chuckling] When the hell am I going to wake up? This has got to be a dream. This has got to be the worst dream a man can have.
Hope: I've wished the same thing myself the last few months, John. But I'm afraid to say I am very much awake, and so are you.
John: Hey, baby, this is not a good place for you right now.
Belle: No, no, I got your message, and I had to come here. How is she?
Hope: Honey, the other prisoners have accused your mother of stabbing one of the inmates to death.
Belle: But she didn't do it, right, dad?
John: [Sighs] Well, baby, listen, there were a lot of witnesses, and, uh... at this point, we just don't know.
Belle: Well, if she did do it, then it was in self-defence, right? I mean -- wait, why is mom back in the hospital?
Shawn-D: On the phone, you said marlena wasn't badly hurt.
John: Listen, the reason we have your mom in the hospital is we're running some neurological tests to see if that's what's causing her behaviour.
Belle: Are you saying you think mom might be crazy?
John: No, not at all.
Belle: But mom's saying she can't remember anything. Why?
John: She sustained a head injury when she fell off the terrace, remember?
Shawn-D: Are you -- amnesia? John, come on. You know, uncle Roman would say that's a pretty weak defence.
Philip: Hey, no one's talking about your uncle. We're talking about Belle's mom.
Belle: Philip, it's fine. It just sounds like Shawn wants my mom to be guilty.
Lucas: No. No, I can't do this, Sami.
Sami: Lucas, you're doing great. Come on kiss me again.
Lucas: No, if I do that, I'm not going to be able to stop.
Sami: I don't want you to stop.
Lucas: Don't you understand? I'm trying to do the right thing here, and you're not making it easy. I got to go.
Sami: No, Lucas.
Lucas: Sami, I am not going to take advantage of you, not when you're upset like this. And you're probably still a little drunk, all right? It's not a good idea. It's a horrible idea.
Sami: Lucas, please, I don't want you to go. I need you.
Lucas: Sami, I don't want to go.
Sami: You know, I heard what you said in the police station.
Lucas: What did I say?
Sami: You almost told the cop that you love me. That is what you were going to say, isn't it? Do you love me, Lucas?
Lucas: Yeah, I do.
Sami: Then how can you leave me?
Lucas: Because I'm trying to be the man you deserve, Sami. I'm trying to put your needs before my own.
Sami: But, Lucas, I need you to stay here with me. I need you to make love to me right now.
John: Listen, izzy, we need to hang tough for mom.
Belle: I'm trying.
John: These tests that lexie's running will determine if there's any physical abnormality -- some condition that will explain why your mom's not acting like herself. Now, nobody's saying that she's crazy. Now, you know your mother wouldn't want us using that word about anybody, right?
John: We're going to get through this together.
Mimi: Hey, do you want some coffee?
Belle: Yeah. Thanks, dad.
Philip: You okay?
Shawn-D: I think the only defence marlena has left is an insanity plea.
Hope: It's all very sad.
Shawn-D: Where's dad?
Hope: Uh, he's guarding marlena while they run tests, making sure she doesn't get away. Belle's pretty upset with you.
Shawn-D: Yeah. Yeah, she -- she wants me to believe that her mother's innocent, but I donít. Do you?
Hope: Honey, it's really hard for me to say one way or the other. Of course, your father has no doubt. He's convinced that marlena's guilty, but... I just -- I can't get rid of this feeling that something pretty big is at work here -- something that none of us understand.
Shawn-D: Did she really murder that inmate?
Hope: That's what the prisoner said. Philip's being very attentive.
Shawn-D: Yes, he is. He claims he's just being a good friend, but he's moving in on her as fast as he can.
Hope: You sure about that?
Belle: You know, no one wants to believe that there's some insane person in their family, but what if it's true?
Mimi: It's not, so don't think about it anymore.
Belle: Mimi, what about my mom's sister and my aunt Samantha? She had some serious mental problems, and Sami -- everyone's always saying how unstable she is.
Mimi: Sami's had a lot of bad luck.
Belle: What if it's not bad luck? What if it's genetic and it's only a matter of time before I lose my mind, too?
Lucas: This is what you want?
Lucas: Are you sure?
Sami: Yeah, I'm sure. Is this what you want?
Lucas: I want you. I love you.
Sami: Lucas, I... I love you, too.
Mimi: Belle, you're the most sane person I know. And your mother, too. I mean, look at the career she's had all these years -- all the times she went to the pta meetings and lectured the other parents on communication skills and adolescent behaviour and stuff. I mean, compare her to my mom.
Belle: Okay, Mimi, but what if this is one of those conditions that doesn't come on until later in life? I just keep thinking about what happened to my aunt Samantha and she was totally normal until her late 20s, and then it just hit. What am I going to do? What is going to happen to my family?
Hope: Shawn, Philip has been a really good friend to you and Belle since you were all kids. And by the way, you did ask him to be there for Belle while you two are trying to work things out, isn't that right?
Shawn-D: Kind of.
Hope: Maybe friendship is all it is then.
Shawn-D: You're right. I have been a jerk.
Hope: So, what are you going to do about it?
Philip: What's your problem now?
Shawn-D: Me. My problem is me. Sorry about going wild on you up on the roof before. I've been getting in my own way a lot lately. You helped me see that, so thanks. If I hadn't, I might've been dumb enough to let Belle get away.
Philip: Well, I'm glad I could help.
Shawn-D: Yeah. Well, you've been a really good friend of Belle... and to me.
Belle: What am I going to do, meems? I'm never going to be able to have a normal life.
Mimi: Belle, what do you mean? Of course you can.
Belle: Okay, what if Shawn and I get married and we have kids, and I pass this gene on to them? Their grandmother is going to be the Salem stalker, and no one deserves to be brought into this family, especially not Shawn. God, I sound ridiculous, don't I?
Shawn-D: Mimi. Can I talk to Belle for a minute?
Mimi: She's kind of not in the best frame of mind right now.
Shawn-D: Yeah, well, maybe I can help. I'm sorry.
Belle: Please stay away from me, Shawn.
Shawn-D: No, Belle, it's --
Belle: No, Shawn, this has nothing to do with you. I just -- I can't be near you.
John: Can you believe this? I'm hoping that my wife has a brain tumour so I can prove she's not a cold-blooded killer.
Hope: Are you prepared for marlena to be the serial killer, John? It could happen. Unless something shows up in these test res-- marlena's probably the kill-- the killer.
John: You know, I'm not going to testify against my wife. I don't give a damn what those tests say.
Hope: John, all I'm saying is, if she is --
John: She's my wife, and I love her. And no one can make me testify against her in court. That's the law.
Bo: And we'll abide by the law. We'll follow it to the letter. I don't need your statement to convict marlena.
John: Since when?
Bo: Since she murdered Tina.
John: I see. So you're going to go on the word of a bunch of angry inmates who have an axe to grind.
Bo: They're my star witnesses, since they're the ones who saw your wife murder that girl. Get her into the room.
John: So, what's up with the test?
Lexie: We'll have 'em soon, John, very soon.
John: You're no killer, doc. I know that in my heart, and now I gotta prove it. I don't know just how I'm gonna do that... but I will.
ďNext on Days Of Our LivesĒ
Hope: You have not been there for her, Shawn, but she still wants to fight for your relationship. What about you?
Marlena: I need you to do something for me. I need you to help me die.
Bo: She deserves nothing less than the death chamber. I'll see to it that she gets it.
Belle: I would never be able to look Shawn in the face again knowing that my mom murdered half of his family.
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