Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 5/7/04 - Canada; Monday 5/10/04 - U.S.A.
Provided by Eric
Proofread by Niki
Nicole: Ha ha. Okay, Mr. Fuji, you think my attempt at Japanese is amusing? Well, then, let me say it to you in English -- I don't care what time it is in Tokyo. I need those figures e-mailed to me immediately.
Nicole: [Sighs] Wow. I had no idea Victor was so diversified in so many foreign currencies. I've been out of the business world too long. I'll never catch up with all of Titan's holdings.
Brady: Maybe I can help.
Julie: I am asking you one more time, Bonnie -- where did you get all this money?
Bonnie: None of your damn business.
Mickey: Oh, I think it is, especially since Jennifer's bearer bonds are missing.
Bonnie: Wait a second. You don't think I took those bonds, do you?
Julie: Well, you were the last person who saw them.
Mickey: Is that true?
Bonnie: I was looking at them before we left for the hospital, yes.
Julie: Well, you would have stolen them then if I hadn't caught you.
Jennifer: Bonnie, did you take my grandmother's bonds?
Bonnie: No, I didn't.
Mickey: Then where'd you get all the money?
Bonnie: I played the daily triple, and I won. Here, check it out. After Patrick left Alice's, I went after him, but he was gone. And I admit, I've been feeling very sentimental and protective of my family lately, and I decided to offer my own tribute to my children.
Julie: What do you mean, your tribute to your children?
Bonnie: I went to the Quick Mart, and I bet a dollar on each one of my three children's birthdays, and I won.
Julie: You hit on each birthday. Oh, my, what are the odds of that happening?
Mickey: The fact remains is that she won. I'm sorry, Bonnie. I'm sorry that we accused you, but, you see, we have to, uh, investigate every possibility.
Bonnie: That's okay.
Jennifer: Excuse me. I-I need to get some fresh air.
Man: Is this the man you were looking for?
Kate: I came over to bring Belle some dinner.
Shawn-D: That was very nice of you. So she's here.
Kate: Yes. Upstairs.
Shawn-D: Okay, look, you know, if I can come in and talk --
Kate: You know something? I really don't think that's a good idea, because she's resting.
Shawn-D: So she doesn't want to see me. That's all right. I can't blame her. Just tell her I'll call her from the road, okay?
Kate: Mm-hmm. Good luck. Be careful out there.
Belle: Kate, I -- I thought I heard Shawn's voice just now.
[Knock on door]
Belle: Dad. Oh, my God. I'm so sorry about Mom.
Earl: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. Right here. Yeah, I know what you're thinking. Where's Martha Stewart when you need her? Aah, don't worry. You won't be here that long. They're transferring you to state pen tomorrow, where you'll have a nice little extended stay on death row.
Earl: Dr. Evans is locked up tight in a secure area in cell block 2.
Crystal: Great. Now, where were we?
Crystal: [Thinking] Get some rest, Marlena, because tonight I'm sending you to meet your maker -- in hell.
Marlena: John, I'm not -- I'm not -- I'm not coming out of here alive.
John: I'm not going to lose you, Doc. Not now... not ever.
Marlena: Goodbye, my love.
Crystal: Ha ha.
Earl: Well, I've never made it with a celebrity before. You give a whole new meaning to the word "quickie."
Crystal: Ha ha ha ha. So do you, honey.
Crystal: Bye-bye. Come again.
Crystal: Never underestimate the power of a pro.
Crystal: Poor, poor Marlena will never know what hit her.
Marlena: Ooh. Ooh.
John: That is the true season of love.
Marlena: When we believe that we alone can love...
John: That no one has ever loved so before us...
Marlena: And no one will ever love in the same way after us. I came by to bring presents for you and for Brady, and that's yours.
John: Thank you. May I?
John: Whoa. Wow.
Marlena: That was my way of saying thank you for... giving me back my life. I'll never forget what you did. Merry Christmas.
John: This is really fine.
Marlena: Wait, wait, wait. There's, uh, an inscription on the back.
John: "To J.B., for... giving me time. M."
Marlena: You gave me time with my children... and Roman.
John: I've got one more surprise.
Marlena: Another one? Ha ha ha ha.
John: Yep, another surprise. They just keep on coming.
Marlena: It's got to stop.
John: It's for you.
Marlena: Ha ha ha.
Marlena: Well... it's a little tree.
John: Mm-hmm. It's symbolic, but I guess you already figured that out.
Marlena: Yeah, I got that. Uh, I got that.
John: Yeah. When we get back to Salem, I'm going to plant some trees, for you and me and for -- for Belle and Brady. You know, to symbolize our new life together.
Marlena: You are the most amazing man. Help me put it on. [Sighs]
John: There. Mm-hmm.
Marlena: You know that -- that it, um... it's also symbolic of... a family tree. One day I will give this to Belle. One day she will give it to her daughter.
John: That's one thing Samantha and I agree on -- it's loving you, Belle and Brady and -- and Eric, Carrie, and Will -- you need to know how much these people need you in their life. They love you with their whole heart, Doc. So don't leave us. Don't tell us this is goodbye.
Marlena: How did this happen? How did my whole life come to this?
John: It's all right. I just came from the jail. Got a chance to speak with Marlena briefly.
Belle: How is she?
John: I'm not gonna lie to you. She's not doing well sweetheart, look -- can I have a moment?
Philip: Yeah, yeah.
John: I'm not gonna give up. I do not truly believe that your mother is responsible for any of this, and you don't either, do you?
Belle: Dad, I would never, ever believe that Mom killed 9 or 10 people just because she wanted to, but I'm just worried we're not going to have enough time to figure out what really happened, and she's going to go to the death chamber.
John: You can't even think like that. You can't give up hope.
Belle: Dad, even if Mom is freed -- and that would be a miracle -- are people ever going to be able to forgive her for what she's done? How are we gonna get through this?
John: We'll just have to cross those bridges when -- you talking about Shawn?
Belle: I've lost him.
John: What are you talking about?
Belle: Dad, he left town. He said that he needs to think about everything that's happened to his family, especially his great-grandmother.
John: Does he still blame you?
Belle: No. Well, he says he's the one with the problem, but every time he says that, I just feel more responsible.
John: I'm sorry to hear that. And here's my take on it. If Shawn isn't man enough, or capable enough, to give my baby girl the love and support she needs at this time, you are better off without him.
Officer: I picked him up trying to hitchhike out of town.
Julie: Hitchhiking, too? I can't believe we let this grifter into our lives.
Mickey: Julie, come on!
Jennifer: Excuse me, Julie, but I let him into my life. I almost killed him with my car. He could have sued me for a fortune. But instead, he has been a godsend to us and to our baby.
Julie: Yes, instead of suing you, he has become the bearer of great tidings -- if you catch my drift.
Patrick: Well, I don't catch your drift. What is she talking about?
Jennifer: Someone took the bearer bonds that my grandmother left me.
Patrick: Well, I didn't take them, Jennifer. I swear to you.
Bonnie: See? My son says he didn't take them, he didn't take them. He's no liar.
Julie: No, just a thief like his 2-bit mom.
Bonnie: That's it, lady. I'm gonna jack your jaw.
Mickey: Now listen! Now listen! I want both of you to stop your bickering until we get to the bottom of this. Come on. Officer, did you find any evidence on this man that would suggest that he might have stolen those bonds?
Officer: No, sir.
Julie: Anybody think to look in his knapsack?
Patrick: Well, see for yourself.
Bonnie: No, no! Don't do it. Patrick, you don't owe these people a single solitary thing.
Brady: I just went for a run to blow off some steam. I'm gonna go upstairs and take a shower, and I'll come back down and update you on Titan's latest project.
Nicole: That'd be great.
Crystal: Hey, it's Crystal.
Nicole: How'd you get my number?
Crystal: Well, before I chose crime as an occupation, I used to work for the, um, phone company, and I know all the ins and outs of the Telecom World.
Nicole: Save it for Springer's "Good Girls Gone Bad" episode. So how is our little project coming along?
Crystal: Glad you asked. That's why I'm calling.
Nicole: Is it done?
Crystal: Not yet, but --
Nicole: Damn it! I told you Marlena has to be taken care of tonight.
Brady: What was that about Marlena? [Keys rattling]
John: It's getting late, Izzy. You need to think about getting some rest, okay?
Belle: Well, Mimi's out. She said she needed to give me some space, but I don't think I could stand being here alone.
John: All right. You want to come back to the penthouse with me?
Belle: No. I'm sorry, Dad. I just don't think I can go there, not yet.
John: That's all right. I understand.
Kate: John, I have an idea. Why doesn't Philip stay over tonight? He could sleep on the couch.
Belle: Are you sure you wouldn't mind, Philip? 'Cause I'd really appreciate that.
Philip: Not at all. I mean, I'd be glad to, yeah.
Belle: Daddy, I love you.
John: I love you, sweetheart.
Philip: Come on, Belle, you know you're not going to get to sleep until you get in bed and lie down, all right? What do you say?
Philip: Come on.
John: Good night.
John: [Sighs] Thanks, Kate. I appreciate that -- coming over here and keeping your eye on Belle like that, everything considered.
Kate: Whatever Marlena has done has nothing to do with you or Belle. And you know I've always considered her, I don't know, like a second daughter. I thought with Shawn gone, she could just -- she could use a little extra support, you know?
John: Yeah. Well, you know, I wish Shawn hadn't have left, but I know how hard his grandmother's death was on him. Belle's just lucky to have friends like Philip and Mimi that can help her get through a time like this, you know.
Kate: John, you have friends, too.
John: Well, thanks for saying it.
Kate: I'm not just saying it. Look, do you want to talk about Marlena? Do you want to talk about her? How is she?
John: Well... ahem. It's kind of hard to generate any, uh, compassion or sympathy where she's concerned, especially for those of you who have lost loved ones. You should have seen her in that prison, Kate. I mean, not only the physical beatings, but her spirit's broken, and she's despondent, and she -- ahem.
Kate: What is it? What is it?
John: She doesn't think she's going to make it out of that jail alive.
Crystal: Ahh! Quick, we got to move.
Marlena: Why? What's wrong?
Crystal: There's a gas leak. One match, and this place will be an inferno.
Marlena: Where are the guards?
Crystal: Well, Trish the Assistant Warden ordered everyone out, but there's not enough manpower to evacuate everyone in time. We have to hurry.
Marlena: Why don't I hear sirens?
Crystal: You really are a shrink, aren't you? This building is so old they're afraid that the electrical will spark and ignite the gas. I volunteered to do one last sweep, and I realized that no one had come for my friend Marlena.
Marlena: I don't smell gas.
Crystal: Well, would you like to go to the kitchen? I mean, come on! We have no time to waste!
Marlena: No. I'm not going to go.
Brady: So, what was that about needing to take care of Marlena tonight?
Nicole: I wish you didn't hear that.
Brady: Well, I did, so you gonna tell me what you're up to or not?
Brady: What's that?
Nicole: Year-end reports for Titan Industries and its subsidiaries.
Brady: And what the hell does it have to do with my stepmother?
Nicole: Everything. Ahem. Your very versatile, very violent stepmother is on the board of directors of Titan Industries. Do you think it's really smart to send out the year-end reports with Dr. Death's glossy 3x5 picture and bio in it?
Brady: Guess not.
Nicole: Hmm. "Dr. Marlena Evans Black, a well-respected psychiatrist in residence at Salem University Hospital, has dedicated her life to helping others." And the last few months to killing her family and friends. Ha ha. As you well know, without Victor at the helm, Titan is in for the fight of its life. And the last thing we need is more bad press to rattle the investors' confidence.
Brady: Okay, but you still haven't told me what your phone call was about.
Nicole: Right. I was leaving a message with corporate relations ordering them to strike Marlena from the report effective tonight.
Brady: Nicole, that's going to leave a vacancy on the board.
Nicole: Correct. And as Victor's wife and new acting CEO of Titan Industries, I am recommending that Marlena be replaced by a fine and upstanding individual who just so happens to be the apple of the late CEO's eye.
Brady: Who do you have in mind?
Patrick: I don't mind if they search. I have nothing to hide.
Bonnie: That's not the point. It's the principle. Now I'm gonna speak my mind. Look, I don't mean to get emotional, but just like the Hortons, the Lockharts are protective of one another. And my son did not take your bonds. And I refuse to let him be railroaded by the likes of Julie Williams, a woman in her own right who was a petty thief. Has anyone bothered to check her purse?
Julie: You know, Bonnie, this isn't about my teenage years. It's about Jennifer's future.
Patrick: Mom, really, it's okay. I don't mind if we look through my knapsack.
Man: Already looked. No bonds, money, receipts, anything.
Patrick: That's because I didn't take your bonds. You do believe me, don't you?
Mr. Magoo: Walter, my boy, come join your uncle in a game of putt. I have to sharpen up my game. I'm going to join that swanky, ritzy Vista Country Club.
Philip: Given your taste for fine films, I realize this might not have been your first choice, but, you know, I thought it might take your mind off some of the things that have happened tonight.
Belle: Shawn and I used to watch Mr. Magoo with Zack.
[Clicks TV off]
Philip: This was supposed to help you relax. I wish I knew what to do.
Belle: Philip, you've already done so much, and you don't know how much I appreciate it, but... I should be comforting you. You lost your dad and your sister.
Philip: That's why we need to be here for each other.
Belle: I'm sorry.
Philip: I just wish there was some way you didn't have to go through this, too.
Belle: How do you do it? How do you go on and get up for work every day without worrying about everyone else?
Philip: Well, it helps, actually. I mean, maybe I'm just avoiding, I don't know, but you see, my Dad and I weren't on real good terms, which is something I have a hard time thinking about. And Cassie -- I mean, you know, Belle. We were just getting to know her. I didn't even know she was my half-sister when she was killed. Do you know I haven't been to my Dad's house once since right after it happened? Part of that is definitely Nicole. But more than that, I am just so afraid to see things that remind me of him. That seems so weak, I know, but... it's the only way I can get through it right now.
Belle: I know what you mean. Shawn and my Mom are probably the two most important people in my life, but -- I can't stand it. Everywhere I look, I'm just reminded of them. I mean, this bear that Shawn gave me for Valentine's Day. My Mom knit me this scarf. There's so many things.
Philip: Look, why don't you just lie down, try to close your eyes for a while, okay? I know you're gonna feel better once you've slept just a little bit.
Philip: Come on.
Philip: Is there anything else I can do for you at all?
Belle: Will you hold me?
Kate: Marlena is a very strong woman, and whatever obstacles she faces in prison, she'll survive.
John: Till it's time for her to be executed. I can't get over how strong you are, Kate. I was watching you when Marlena described exactly how she killed Roman. It had to be horrible, and yet look -- you're still caring enough that you could come over here and keep an eye on Belle.
Kate: Well, I'm not going to lie to you. You're right. Hearing Marlena describe how she slaughtered my husband on his wedding day was the most horrible -- it made me feel like I was reliving the whole moment all over again.
John: Then I heard Doc go on and on about how she didn't love me, how she had always -- always loved Roman. You know, I still can't believe I heard that come out of her mouth.
Kate: Marlena was my friend, and I trusted her. But we both heard what we heard. Not only did she confess, she confessed under the influence of Sodium Pentathol, John.
Kate: You know, it's okay to be angry. It's okay to blame her.
John: I can't blame her, Kate. I'll never blame her.
Crystal: Let's go. Why won't you go?
Marlena: I appreciate your help. I really do, but either I die here tonight, or I go to the death chamber. Either way, my life is over.
Crystal: Now stop with all that crazy talk. Look, I don't know you all that well, Dr. Evans, but from what I've read in "The Intruder," you have more children than The Osmonds. You have an adoring husband. You have a cat named Puss-Puss, right? Sounds like you've led a charmed life.
Marlena: "The Intruder" said that? I don't have a cat. And I don't have a charmed life, either. I've killed nine people, most of them family and friends.
Crystal: Look, we've all had bad days. Even if you are more lethal than Charles Manson and feel you deserve to die, wouldn't you want to postpone death for just one more day if you had the opportunity to see your children and the man you love one more time?
Marlena: I would.
Crystal: Great. Then let's go!
Brady: Jeez, Nicole, that's quite an offer. I really don't know what to say.
Nicole: Well, don't say anything yet. I still have to run it by the Titan board for approval. But I can't imagine that they wouldn't elevate Victor's grandson to be part of the company Victor built from the ground up.
Brady: Why are you doing this?
Nicole: I can think of numerous reasons. However, in order to achieve Victor's goals, I'm gonna need a partner, and I feel confident that you're the right man for the job.
[Country music playing]
Shawn-D: What's up, man?
Man: What can I get you, pal?
Shawn-D: Just a beer. Whatever you got on tap.
Man #2: You heard right. She's the one I'm talking about. Her name's Jennifer Deveraux.
Jennifer: You know what, Patrick? I-I really don't know what to believe, because, you see, so much has happened tonight. First my bonds vanish into thin air, and then you -- you just take off without as much as a note saying goodbye. If Julie hadn't gone upstairs, I wouldn't have known that you were gone.
Patrick: I know what this looks like, but I promise you, I didn't leave to upset you, and I damn sure didn't take those bonds. I mean, I consented to a search, didn't I? I don't have them.
Julie: Oh, stop it. How much time elapsed between when you left and when you were apprehended? You could have mailed those bonds to an address in another state. Is that where you were going? Officer, why don't you just collect these two and question them down at the police station?
Bonnie: Oh, come on.
Julie: While we were paying our respects to our loved ones, the mother of all cleavage and Sonny Boy Klepto were stealing. God knows where my grandmother's bonds are now.
Bonnie: That's it. I have taken about all the crap I'm going to take from this --
Mickey: Listen, hold it. We have to give the police enough room to conduct a proper investigation. Julie, I want you to take this officer around the premises and look for possible break-ins or fingerprints, clues.
Julie: Clues? Uncle Mickey, Patrick and Bonnie have keys to the house. They have their little fingerprints on everything.
Julie: Come on.
Mickey: Jennifer, come here, dear. Come on. So what do you want to do?
Jennifer: I-I don't know. What do you suggest we do?
Mickey: As an attorney, I have to advise you that it will be very tough to make any charges stick against Patrick. We have no proof that he stole anything. And remember, those bonds are just like cash.
Jennifer: So what, are you saying that whoever took them may -- may have already cashed them, and they could be long gone by now?
Mickey: Well, if it -- if it wasn't Bonnie and if it wasn't Patrick, we may never know who took them.
Bonnie: Man, I-I don't know if she's a T-Rex or one of them Raptors, but she is something out of "Jurassic Park." The nerve of that woman.
Patrick: It's okay. Julie's just protecting her family the same way that you are...
Bonnie: What? Did I do something right as a mother?
Patrick: Yeah. Thanks for standing up for me, Mom. It meant a lot.
Bonnie: You're welcome, sweetie. So tell me -- did you take Jennifer's bonds? And if so, do I get a cut?
Brady: Nicole, I'd be lying if I didn't tell you how much I'd like to be on the board at Titan. I mean, the music division is -- it's great, but this is huge.
Nicole: Brady, I know it appeared as though Victor and I never did anything but try and top each other in the insult department, but we did talk about business. Plus, I heard many phone conversations with his VPs about projects he wanted to complete and new ones he wanted to incorporate.
Brady: So what do you have in mind for me?
Nicole: Now, what do you think?
Brady: The concert hall?
Nicole: Mm-hmm. The Isabella Toscano Black Concert Hall. And I want to build a huge campaign around the grand opening... along with a publicity tour with its first artist-in-residence -- our diva Chloe Lane.
Brady: Are you serious?
Nicole: Yeah, you know, I know the battles I need to fight, and Chloe isn't one of them. Why? Because you do care for her, and that's why you will be so great. Now, here, take a -- take a look at some of my ideas.
Brady: Whoa, Nicole. See, I always knew you were smart, but this stuff is -- it's unbelievable. It's -- it's brilliant.
Nicole: Thank you. I just hope that my stepsons Bo and Philip don't throw a wrench in our plans.
Brady: Oh, no, no, no. Don't worry about them. I'll take care of them. They don't know anything about running a multinational corporation. Plus, I-I know that you have Titan's best interests in mind.
Nicole: Hmm. Well, I appreciate your vote of confidence.
Brady: All right, Nicole, listen, I have to get upstairs and take a shower, and then I'm going to call Chloe and tell her the good news.
Nicole: Give her my best, huh?
Nicole's voice: As they say, Nicky... behind every great woman is an extremely hot man.
Nicole: You are so right. Once Marlena is dead and Brady's by my side, no one will be able to stop me. No one.
Jennifer: I have no idea what to do. I'm having a really hard time believing that Patrick would steal those bonds.
Jennifer: And yet at the same time, he also told me that he was never going to leave Salem, and then he just picked up and left without a word. I wish I knew what his story was.
Patrick: I didn't take Jennifer's bonds, and the fact that you could even suggest --
Bonnie: Oh, lighten up. I wouldn't have blamed you if you did. After all, they were a very big temptation.
Patrick: The only person I know who may have been tempted is my money-hungry Mother. I remember how interested you were when Mickey was reading Alice's will to Jennifer and Julie. You nearly 2-stepped yourself out of the kitchen when you heard Jennifer was going to inherit those bonds. Yeah, you even calculated the interest to three decimal places over the next three years.
Bonnie: And so did you, and we both know it.
Julie: To whom it may concern -- there was no sign of a forced entry, so... it must have been an inside job.
Mickey: But the bottom line is that the bonds are gone, and we may never know who took them.
Man: That's right -- Deveraux. Yeah, she's recently widowed, and she was left a fortune, not only by her late husband, but by her grandmother as well. Once the bearer bonds are converted to cash, then we'll be able to make our next move. Don't you worry about Mrs. Deveraux. You leave her to me.
Philip: You want me to hold you?
Belle: Yeah, well, Shawn used to hold me every night until I fell asleep, but now that --
Philip: No, shh. It's okay. It's okay. Just forget about your mom. Forget about Shawn. Just close your eyes and go to sleep.
Kate: As much as you don't want to believe it, Marlena confessed to those murders. I know how hard you're fighting for her, and I think that's very noble, but I think it's very futile. She's guilty. John, do you think that there's any chance that she's innocent?
John: No. I believe she committed those crimes, but there is an explanation. There is a reason, and that's why I cannot blame Marlena, and that's why I will fight for the woman that I love. And as long as she's alive, I will keep fighting until I free her.
Crystal: Oh! [Gasping]
Marlena: What's the matter? Are you okay?
Crystal: I'm dizzy. It must be the gas. I'm not sure I can make it. Here, we have to get the door open right now. The others are on the roof waiting.
Marlena: Oh. Which key? Which key?
Crystal: It's blue.
Marlena: They're not out here. Aah!
Crystal: Die, Marlena, die!
Jan: Bad, naughty Shawn. You're going to be my love slave.
Julie: I just bet this is the last time you ever set eyes on Patrick.
Bonnie: You -- you!
Mickey: Hey, hey, hey, hey!
Hope: There's got to be some other way.
Bo: This is the best way.
Hope: You gave a shoot-to-kill order, Bo.
Bo: As far as I'm concerned, the sooner that happens, the better.
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