Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 4/26/04 - Canada; Tuesday 4/27/04 - U.S.A.
Provided by Eric
Proofread by Niki
Jennifer: Oh, come on. Same thing happened with Abby. First thing to swell... are my fingers.... oh, no. [Gasps] Oh, no!
Patrick: Yeah, it's me. Sorry I couldn't get back to you pearlier.
Abby: You can use our phone, you know.
Lucas: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to scare you.
Kate: It's all right. If walking in on you and Sami in bed didn't give me a heart attack, nothing will, hmm?
Lucas: Look, if tonight's the night Marlena has chosen to relive Roman's last moments and Cassie's and Victor's, then I want to be there for you.
Kate: Well, you're here with Sami, the murderer's people, Lucas.
Lucas: Mom, Sami's grieving for man as much as you are.
Kate: Oh, I see, and that's supposed to move me? She blamed me for everything, Lucas, and it turns out it was her mother.
Lucas: Marlena hasn't been convicted yet, Mom.
Kate: Well, if there's any doubt about that, she spent less than an hour in jail, and one of her cell mates ended up dead. Now, if you choose to ignore that fact, that's up to you. And it's your choice also if you decide to take up with the black widow's daughter. But if you end up dead, then it's your fault, too.
Shawn-D: I'm just praying they'll give Marlena that Sodium Pentathol, that we get some explanation, some understanding of what's happened.
Bo: Yeah, I'm hoping for the same thing.
Shawn-D: At least we'll a able to see that maybe she's not responsible for her actions. That's the only way things can be normal again.
Bo: Well, it might not turn out that way, Shawn.
Shawn-D: Well, I don't know how Belle and I are ever going to get past this.
Hope: Of course I'm having reservations. I don't want to play any part in railroading Marlena.
Lexie: Okay, Hope, Hope, if Marlena goes through with this, it'll be completely voluntarily. And, yes, she may very well incriminate herself. But if there's a mitigating circumstance, she might never remember it without the truth serum. Look, we know that my Father plotted to have this Hattie Adams take over Marlena's life. He probably planned something unspeakable, Hope. But Hattie is, without a doubt, not the serial killer. So the question is, did my Father have another plan, and if he did, what could it possibly be?
Belle: But, Mom, if you do this...
Sami: You'll be setting yourself up to be executed.
Marlena: I have to do this. I want to. You know that I don't want to leave you, but the more we have unanswered questions and the more doubt I see in people's eyes, the more doubt I begin to feel myself. I know that there are risks. But I'm praying that this all turns out fine. And we have to know... tonight.
Abby: I mean, it's not a big deal. Mom says she can't get a good cell signal in the house. So if you need to use the land line, it's totally fine.
Patrick: Thanks for the offer, Abby, but, uh, I'd hate to rack up international charges on your mother's bill.
Abby: The best part about e-mail is it's free. That's why I have to e-mail Grandma and grandpa in Africa.
Patrick: Ah, is that what you're going to do now?
Abby: No. Homework, unfortunately. Mom was supposed to help, but she's taking forever cleaning up the kitchen.
Patrick: Cleaning up? She's supposed to be resting.
Abby: Tell her that.
Patrick: Yeah, that's exactly what I'm going to do.
Jennifer: [Groans] Darn it!
Patrick: Jennifer, what are you doing?
Jennifer: Extremely frustrated, that's what I'm doing.
Patrick: You shouldn't be bending like that. Come on.
Jennifer: Why am I so inept at all of this? It's home repairs for gosh sakes, it's not rocket science. I bought all these books on how to fix this, how to fix that, and I fixed this little toaster once, but now I'm screwing everything else up!
Patrick: Jack took care of all that?
Jennifer: No, no, Jack was not handy. That's why we have rusted pipes. And let me just tell you, between my swollen fingers and my expanding belly and my raging hormones, I feel like I'm going crazy.
Lexie: Have you got it?
Tek: Lots of red tape, but, yeah, I got it.
Bo: What exactly is "it"?
Tek: Well, it's a variation on thiopental sodium -- or as we like to call it in the field -- sodium pentathol.
Lexie: It works to relieve almost all tension from the body.
Tek: And there's very little health risk.
Lexie: But, legally speaking, that's another matter. We don't want to be indicted on charges of coercion. I used to be a cop.
Lexie: Yeah, yeah, I left the force years ago.
Tek: What happened?
Lexie: I became disillusioned. Couldn't take the injustices... unlike Abe. He was so patient... always trusted the system. I feel a duty to him to do this right.
Bo: And we will. There's nothing I want more than to see justice for Abe and the rest of the victims.
Sami: Mom, I need you so much, especially now.
Belle: We all do.
Marlena: My sweet girls.
Sami: You're the only parent I have left. Dad's gone and... and Grandma.
Marlena: Sami, we have to know the truth.
Sami: But, Mom, Mom, I don't blame you. And Grandpa Shawn doesn't blame you, and Eric doesn't. How can anyone else? Mom, I know that I haven't been the best daughter in the world, and I know I've caused you a lot of heartache and... that I've been a big disappointment --
Marlena: Don't you say that.
Sami: But you know it's true. Do you know that you're the reason that I've been able to get through all the bad times? Because you've always believed in me, no matter what.
Marlena: That's what mothers do.
Sami: No, Mom, that's what you do. When other mothers might've given up, you've always had faith in me, and -- and you gave me faith in myself. And now for the first time I -- I might actually have my life turned around... but not if I lose you, Mom. I-I need you to be here. I want you to stay with us, Mom. Please... please, I want you to see me happy, and I want you to see Belle and Shawn walk down the aisle. Mom... do you remember how hard you fought to come back to us when Stefano took you away? Where is that fight? I don't see it now. When I was a little girl, people used to always say to me that I was spunky and feisty just like my Mom. Mom, get your fight back. Please. If you won't do it for yourself, please do it for us. Mom, please fight for your family. Oh, please, just hold on to our love.
Jennifer: Gosh, I hate this.
Patrick: It's all right.
Jennifer: No, it's not all right. It's completely embarrassing.
Patrick: What were you trying to do?
Jennifer: My wedding ring. It went right down the drain, and I can't get it out.
Patrick: Okay, well, let me help you.
Jennifer: Why can't I do it? Why am I so completely useless right now?
Patrick: Useless? You're growing a baby, you're raising a daughter. I couldn't do what you're doing.
Jennifer: You're right. I mean, you couldn't do the pregnancy part, but you will make a fine parent one day, Patrick.
Patrick: Yeah, I don't know. Uh, I'm a little too restless to settle down right now.
Jennifer: Well, you know what? That'll change.
Patrick: So... uh, why don't I handle the ring in the drain and you handle the parenting?
Abby: Mom! Can you help me?
Jennifer: Abby's homework.
Patrick: Go ahead. I'll be fine here.
Jennifer: Oh... thank you, Patrick.
Patrick: Yeah. It's me. Sorry we were interrupted.
Jennifer: Sorry. I'm sorry. I hope I'm not too late.
Abby: Are you kidding? I haven't written anything yet, and the paper's due the day after tomorrow.
Jennifer: [Groans] Okay. All right, all right, what's the assignment?
Abby: I told you already. I'm supposed to be doing internet research to compile a biography of a not-so-famous person.
Jennifer: Oh, right, right. I remember. Okay, well, that's interesting.
Abby: Glad you think so.
Jennifer: Honey, now, come on, I think this is something that you could be really good at.
Abby: Dad always said the most important thing was starting right, picking a good topic, and finding a personal angle.
Jennifer: Now, that sounds like a plan.
Abby: I've got it.
Abby: There's somebody we hardly know anything about right in the next room. It sounds like he's had a super exciting life. Patrick Lockhart's secret adventures...
Marlena: You know that my family is everything to me. And I can't help but wonder...
John: Wonder what, Doc?
Belle: What can't you help, Mom?
Marlena: I can't help but wonder... if you don't want me to take the truth serum because you're afraid of what I might say. You're afraid of my de dark secrets. And I want you to understand that I am -- I am trying to be really brave and get to the truth. And I need you not to take away my courage.
Sami: Mom, that's not it. It's --
Bo: Tek's brought the serum. It's time.
Sami: No. No, she's not even sure she wants to do it.
Marlena: Sami, I wish that I could give you back your whole family. But listen to me. I'm praying that we get to have a miracle and we get to find out what really did happen. And that we get to, after that, be a family again for a very long time.
Belle: Wait, wait, what's all that for?
Sami: What, is it dangerous to do the truth serum?
Lexie: She'll be fine.
Marlena: It's a standard precaution, sweetie.
Lexie: So we can monitor your mother during the procedure.
Marlena: I'm in good hands here.
Sami: Oh, yeah, right.
Sami: Come on, we all know Dr. Death here would like nothing better for you to die.
Lexie: Sami, I want the truth... just like everyone else.
John: Can we have a few minutes alone, Bo?
Bo: Five minutes. That's it.
John: Sami. The more you antagonize, the worse --
Sami: I know, okay? I know. You don't have to say it. Belle, let's -- let's go. Um, give these two some time alone.
Belle: Okay, well, I'm going to be outside if you need me. I love you, Mom.
Marlena: I love you, baby girl.
Sami: I love you, Mom.
Marlena: Sweet girl, I love you.
Sami: I have something to say before I go. It's a matter of life and death.
Shawn-D: Hey. Did your mom decide?
Belle: I think she's going to go through with it.
Shawn-D: Good. Once we know the whole truth, we'll know how to deal with it.
Belle: I hope we can deal with it.
Lucas: You know what, Mom? Here's what I don't get.
Kate: I'm really, really not in the mood.
Lucas: Well, you know what? I don't care. You're going to hear me out. You're meddling in Philip's life, aren't you? You're encouraging him to go after Belle, right?
Kate: Well, how did you hear that?
Lucas: Because I talked to my brother, that's how I heard that. He told me. You're trying to get him to steal Belle away from Shawn.
Kate: It's different, Lucas.
Lucas: How is it different? Huh? How? Belle's Marlena's daughter too. Same thing.
Kate: Belle is not Sami. Belle is a wonderful girl. Belle is smart, and she's talented --
Lucas: You know what? Sami is every bit as smart as Belle is.
Kate: Lucas, come on, there have always been doubts. There have always been questions about why Sami is the way she is when she had wonderful upstanding parents like Roman Brady and Marlena Evans, not to mention John Black raising that girl in a loving home with solid values. Huh. But now we know why it didn't make a damn bit of difference.
Lucas: Don't say it, I mean it.
Kate: Oh, really? Why shouldn't I say it? Why don't you just face the facts? Because Sami is her mother's daughter. She's a maniac.
Sami: I have some experience with this, Mom. In the death chamber, sodium pentathol was the first thing they administered to me moments before I was supposed to die.
Marlena: Sami, I've made my decision.
Sami: Mom, you're innocent, just like I was. And we all know it. John knows it, I know it, Belle knows it... is it really too selfish of me to tell you that I can't lose my mom again? I lost you once when I was a little girl, but I know you had no choice then. But you do now. Mom, you understand they're going to take you to prison. This is our last chance to save you. It might even be our -- it might even be our last chance to see you before the day that they take you to die. John, it's been a long time since I've asked you for anything, but I'm asking you now. Please, if you do this for us, you know everything will be forgiven.
John: What is it, Sami?
Sami: You know if Mom stays here, she's going to die. And you used to be a spy, right? The cops trust you. You have an in with them. I know you could do it.
Sami: We have to get her out of here, John. We have to help her escape tonight.
Jennifer: Abby, just wait.
Jennifer: I don't like the idea of digging into Patrick's past without him even knowing, especially without his permission.
Abby: Mom --
Jennifer: No, really, I think that's like spying.
Abby: Isn't that what reporters do?
Jennifer: Well, sometimes, but...
Jennifer: Well, I think when it comes to people that we know and that we trust, the nice thing to do would be to just ask, and it's a lot easier, don't you think?
Abby: That's not my assignment -- asking stuff.
Jennifer: Well, I understand that, but I just explained --
Abby: Come on, Mom, Aunt Hope did a background check when Patrick first came to stay here. I'm not doing anything different. Please? Can you just let me do this? It's my homework.
Jennifer: All right, well, yeah, I guess. I guess it's okay.
Abby: Thank you. All right... here it goes.
Jennifer: Boy, the internet sure has changed how kids do homework. It's changed everything.
Abby: You had to go to the library and get books out. I know, I know. One thing the internet won't tell me is, how come Patrick's not married?
Jennifer: Now, wait a minute. When it comes to personal questions like "why aren't you married," those are off-limits, do you understand me?
Jennifer: And are you sure you're going to find what you're looking for on-line? I mean, unless Patrick has been in the news --
Abby: Whoa. Check this out.
Abby: Mimi Lockhart's home page.
Jennifer: Really? What does it say?
Abby: She has two brothers, Connor and Patrick. Yep. This is definitely the Mimi Lockhart we know.
Jennifer: Wait a minute. Let me see that.
Abby: Mom...come on. This is my assignment.
Jennifer: Well, okay, I will let you do this by yourself.
Abby: I'll let you know when I find something interesting, okay?
Jennifer: Okay. Would you like me to make you a snack -- a grilled cheese sandwich, perhaps?
Abby: That's what you always used to make dad when he was working.
Jennifer: It'll help you concentrate.
Abby: And black coffee, right?
Jennifer: Ha ha! Think again. I don't think so.
Belle: This might be the last time I get to see my Mom before they take her to the death chamber. But that's what everyone wants, right, just so they can get the truth?
Shawn-D: I don't want your mother to be guilty. I would do anything to take this pain away from you right now.
Belle: But you can't.
Shawn-D: There's still a chance. What your mother might say in there -- it could make things better.
Belle: And there's a chance what she could say in there will make things so much worse. And if my Mom is guilty, if she did do this, I can still pray for her, I can pray for us.
Marlena: Sami, no.
Sami: Mom, you know it's the only way.
Marlena: You can't take me out of the hospital.
John: Samantha, what you're suggesting is too dangerous. Bo would shoot first and ask questions later.
Sami: But, John, you know it's her only chance.
John: So what happens if I get her out of here? What kind of a life is that for your mother? She'd be on the run forever until they hunted us down.
Sami: That's not what you're worried about. You're not thinking about Mom. You're trying to protect yourself. You're just not willing to take the risk.
Marlena: Sami, stop that. Listen to what you're saying.
Sami: I actually thought he wanted to help us. I almost believed that he loved us, but obviously, I should've known better.
Sami: No. If she dies, it'll be all your fault, John. You'll be the one who killed her, just like Grandma Caroline said you would.
Sami: Lucas. Oh, God, I've lost so many people. I can't lose her. I can't lose my Mom.
Lucas: Shh...it's okay. Myself. I'm so happy I went to Camp Shane.
John: It's really to lifestyle.
Sami: Belle. Sweetie.
Lucas: I'm gonna give you guys some time alone, okay?
Sami: Here. Thank you, Lucas.
Belle: God, Sami, I can't believe this is happening.
Sami: I know. I know. Me neither. And, you know, I feel really guilty.
Belle: Guilty, why?
Sami: I've been thinking about my own future and -- and even hoping for a chance at happiness with Lucas. But Mom could be in jail. She could even die.
Belle: Lucas? Are you guys together? Sami, oh, my God, that's go great. I always knew you had feelings for him.
Sami: Ha ha ha ha. Well, you knew better than I did.
Belle: How long have you guys been dating?
Sami: Dating's not really the word I would use. We're just taking things one day at a time.
Belle: It's always the best way, isn't it?
Sami: Where's Shawn?
Belle: Uh, he, uh, decided to leave town.
Belle: He changed his mind. He said he wanted to be here for me, but... if Mom ends up being guilty, Sami, I don't know how we're going to work through this.
Sami: Oh, sweetie, believe me, if Lucas and I can work through our past to find even one day of happiness, I know you are going to work things out with Shawn.
Belle: I think we should go inside.
John: Doc... you know that I would do anything -- I would risk anything --
Marlena: John. Sami was wrong to ask you to break me out of police custody. You and I know that. And on some level, Sami knows that. The only way to solve this mystery is to take the truth serum... to find out if I'm guilty or if I'm innocent. And if I'm guilty, try to understand why I did those heinous things.
John: You didn't willingly do heinous things. I know that for a fact. Now, what you need to do is think this through some more. Because I'm telling you, it is almost a sure bet that you're going to go free if you don't take that serum.
Marlena: But then we'll never know the truth. John... I need you to promise me that if I confess, you won't argue. And I know -- I know, with the law, there is this -- this gray area, but I need that confession to be admissible in court.
John: No, Doc, you can't agree to that.
Marlena: Please, please, please respect my decision. It may be the last decision I get to make in my life. Now if -- if I confess, I am just going to plead guilty. There will be no need for a trial. I don't want to put my family and friends through that pain. It's just the most loving thing that I can do for my family. John... in your heart, you know that I'm right. I've hurt everybody so much. I need to do this now. For me... for all the people that I love.
Jennifer: Oh, I-I'm sorry. Um... I-I came in to get Abby a snack.
Patrick: Oh. How's the homework going?
Jennifer: Oh, we -- we haven't really started it yet. I'm sorry to ask you to do this.
Patrick: Hey, you didn't ask. Besides, it's the least I can do.
Jennifer: Well, you're, uh, you're pretty handy, I take it.
Patrick: Ha ha. Well, I had plenty of time to hone my skills growing up in the Lockhart house. We had major structural problems -- leaks, cracks.
Jennifer: Oh. Oh, did you really?
Patrick: Yeah. Then we lost the house, but, uh, this new place -- it seems -- it seems like it's in good shape, thankfully.
Jennifer: Oh, uh, your mom's house, right?
Patrick: Right right. I, uh...whew. I haven't replumbed a sink since I was living with that host family in Albania back when I was in school.
Patrick: Yeah, I like to try new things. I don't like staying in one place.
Jennifer: Really? You went there all by yourself.
Patrick: No, but I wound up by myself.
Jennifer: Oh. You are full of surprises, Patrick Lockhart.
Patrick: Most people are.
Jennifer: You know, Jack and I, we, uh, almost had our first wedding abroad.
Patrick: What happened?
Jennifer: Well, we ended up having a Wild West wedding.
Patrick: Sounds great.
Jennifer: Have you ever been married?
Patrick: Ha ha. If I'm full of surprises, you are full of questions.
Jennifer: I'm sorry. It -- it is the irrepressible reporter in me.
Patrick: Hmm, I see.
Jennifer: You know, and I was just talking to Abby about being intrusive, and here I am just going on and on.
Patrick: Aw, it's -- it's totally fine.
Jennifer: And, oh, by the way, if she starts asking you questions about her report, don't feel obligated to answer her.
Patrick: Why would she be asking me?
Jennifer: You are her subject. I hope you don't mind.
Abby: Mom, get away from him. He's not who he says he is.
Patrick: Mind if I take a look? "Bond hearing for Patrick B. Lockhart scheduled for February 19th." "Local resident P. Lockhart indicted in senior swindle."
Abby: This is you. You're a con man.
Patrick: Look, I know this must be upsetting for both of you. I mean, this guy is obviously bad news, but it's not me. This man's name is not Patrick Lockhart. It's Aaron T. Wisnewski.
Patrick: It's a long story. He somehow got ahold of my social security number, applied for a credit card in my name, and committed massive fraud, the whole time pretending to be me.
Jennifer: Oh, my goodness. Identity theft.
Jennifer: Jack and I did a show about that.
Patrick: This was a while ago. I was way too naive back then.
Jennifer: You know what? It could happen to anyone. Abby, that's why I always talk to you about being so careful.
Abby: Mom, how do we know he's telling the truth?
Patrick: She's got a point, Jennifer, although Hope did run a criminal background check on me and didn't come up with anything, now that I got that whole nightmare straightened out.
Abby: Maybe Aunt Hope should run another check.
Jennifer: Abby, that is enough.
Abby: But, Mom --
Jennifer: No, but nothing. I think you learned a very important lesson tonight, that a good reporter does not jump to conclusions.
Patrick: But your internet prowess, Abby, it's -- it's amazing. I can barely turn on a computer myself.
Abby: It's a generational thing.
Patrick: So it only took you a couple minutes to find that stuff?
Patrick: Oh, uh, I almost forgot. Ta-da.
Jennifer: [Gasps] Oh, Patrick. You got my ring. Thank you so much. Oh, my good-- Abby, it went down the drain, and Patrick had to take the sink apart to get it, and here it is. That was really nice of him, wasn't it? Now, a thief wouldn't have given this back.
Abby: [Sighs] It was nice. You're right. Patrick, I'm sorry.
Patrick: Hey, Miss Abigail, better safe than sorry. That's my philosophy.
Shawn-D: Do -- do you mind if...
Belle: Whatever you want to pray for, Shawn... but my Mom could really use the prayers right now.
Sami: Oh, God, I've been in church too much lately. There have been too many funerals. But I swear, I will come more often. I'll do anything if you will spare us one more funeral. If you'll please -- please let my Mother live.
Sami: And just one more thing, God... um... if I should happen to be in a church sometime in the distant future for my own wedding -- a wedding that could actually happen -- is that asking for too much? Just something to think about.
Bo: Judge Fitzpatrick, thanks for coming.
Judge: Anything I can do to help, Commander Brady.
Bo: Appreciate it.
Hope: Excuse me, Bo.
Hope: What's going on?
Bo: Oh, I've asked the judge and her stenographer to witness Marlena's statement. I don't want any slip-ups, no loopholes for Marlena to take advantage of. If she confesses, which I think she will, I don't want her to see the light of day ever again. I don't want her to have the chance to murder another innocent victim.
Bo: It's time. We got to get this done. Marlena, will you sign the consent form?
Marlena: Of course.
Marlena: John... if this is goodbye...
John: No, don't you -- don't you say that.
Marlena: If it's goodbye, please remember... I love you.
Jennifer: You know what? I say we take a break from this computer for a while.
Abby: Yeah. I think I'm going to do my math homework now, get back to this later.
Jennifer: Good idea. Come on, I'll help you with your math homework.
Patrick: Too bad it's not that easy to erase your past.
Sami: Lucas, this is the first time that I can remember that I haven't felt like I'm facing a really terrible situation all by myself. Knowing that you're here for me, it's really given me strength.
Lucas: Sami, you got plenty of strength on your own. Although I think it's time you ate something.
Sami: Yeah, now that you mention it.
Lucas: We, uh, kind of burned a lot of calories back in your bedroom.
Sami: Ha ha. Yeah. Well, tonight was good. But this is what it's really all about, isn't it? Lucas, thank you so much for being here for me, for being with me.
Lucas: Don't worry. It's going to be okay. We got some time, okay? Why don't we get something to eat at the cafeteria?
Sami: That sounds perfect.
Belle: Um, they're probably going to give my mom the truth serum now, so do you want to come with me?
Shawn-D: I wouldn't want to be any other place. I just hope we get the answers we need.
Belle: I just hope we get answers we can live with. What if she is guilty?
Shawn-D: No, let's not even go there right now, not unless we have to. Come on.
John: It's not too late to back out, Doc. You don't have to do this.
Marlena: Yes, I do. Whatever I say... I want you to know that if I did those unspeakable things, how deeply sorry...
John: That goes without saying, but I don't believe you have anything to be sorry for, Doc.
Bo: Yeah. We're about to find that out now, aren't we?
John: And if Marlena implicates someone else, you'll take her account just as seriously, correct?
Hope: John, we're officers of the law. All we want is the responsible party to be brought to justice.
Marlena: Whatever I say is going to... impact all of our lives.
Marlena: I just pray that it's what you need to hear.
Lexie: All right. We're ready to begin.
Mimi: The Rocco DiSpirito is in Salem in this restaurant? Oh, I'm melting.
Belle: I can't believe Mom could be guilty. I might not only lose Mom. I could lose Shawn, too.
Marlena: I've always loved the way you protect me. You can't do it this time.
Brady: Marlena's ready to talk.
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