Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 3/15/05 - Canada; Wednesday 3/16/05 - U.S.A.
Proofread by Niki
Chloe: Clara sang beautifully tonight, didn't she?
Nancy: Yes, she did. It meant a lot to her to have you come out and hear her sing. You know what, Chloe? Um... I think we've walked enough tonight.
Chloe: No, I need the exercise, and the air feels good after being cooped up in the clinic for so long.
Nancy: Well, you know what? If you want fresh air, why don't we just roll the car windows down?
Chloe: Brady and I used to love taking long walks. I really miss that.
Nancy: You know, what you miss is Brady.
Chloe: Mom --
Nancy: Look, I know I'm not supposed to say anything. Chloe, Brady is not going to grieve for you forever. Nicole Kiriakis will see to that.
Nicole: Damn it, John. Where are you?
John: Damn it, I asked you a question. Why the hell do you want to help me?
Sami: I don't like to see people suffer.
John: Who are you? Why the hell do you look so familiar to me?
Sami: Oh -- ha ha. And you, John Black, you bastard -- you could have forced that slut you are playing house with to tell the truth. Why? Because I'm your wife's daughter. Remember her? Remember Marlena, the woman you professed to love? Well, no. Obviously, you have chosen Kate Roberts over your own family. I'm someone who can make you feel a whole lot better.
Brady: What the hell is going on here? Dad, what are you doing here? Who the hell is this?
John: I'm about to find out.
Julie: You know, Maggie, darling, I would have been more than happy to have this anniversary party for grandma and grandpa at our house, because it would have given us a reason to make Doug clear up all those 3-d puzzles he has all over the living room.
Maggie: Is he still doing those?
Julie: My gosh, it is an obsession with him. He's built the Empire State Building in the living room. On the dining room table, we have Shakespeare’s entire old globe theater. I ask you, what's next -- Versailles in the bathtub?
Maggie: Ha ha ha. Well, he's just harmless. It's not threatening your marriage.
Julie: You mean like Bonnie Lockhart?
Julie: I swear, Maggie, I am so upset with my dithering uncle Mickey. Doesn't he realize how much this is hurting you -- letting this awful situation drag on and on?
Maggie: Well, I've asked myself that question a million times. At any rate, someone has got to make a decision. Mickey can't seem to bring himself to do it. So I guess I'm afraid I'm the one who's going to have to make it for him.
Julie: Maggie, you're not giving up on old uncle Mickey, are you?
Bonnie: Ha ha. Well, aren't you boys the busy beavers.
Mickey: Well, you know how much mom likes to have a fire going.
Bonnie: Yeah. Well, I'm going to go out front and wait for Patrick.
Mickey: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. You going to be warm enough in that, hmm?
Bonnie: Ha ha. If I'm not, I know you'll save some heat for me.
Bonnie: And I'm not talking about heat from that fireplace, either...
Mickey: Ha ha ha ha ha.
Mickey: Ha ha ha ha ha. Ha ha. Whew. Mm.
Doug: Mickey... I know it's none of my business, but when is all this going to end?
Mickey: All what?
Doug: How long do you plan to live with two wives under the same roof?
Mickey: Oh, please, Doug -- not you, too.
Doug: Well, man, listen -- if you can't hurry up and decide which woman you want to be with, you might just end up losing both of them.
[Distant dog barking]
Bonnie: [Sighs] Mm. Ah, spring is almost here. Ha ha. Nothing like clean, fresh air -- up here with the fancy folks on Mockingbird Lane. Ha ha.
Bonnie: Max? Hey, hey, hey, hey. Whoa, whoa, buddy. What's wrong? What, is somebody in trouble?
Patrick: Me, mom.
Bonnie: Good Lord. What is wrong with you?
Patrick: I don't know. I wish I knew.
Bonnie: Come here, baby. Come here, baby.
Chelsea: Could we possibly be doing anything more boring than painting this stupid poster?
Abby: It would have been my great-grandparents' 75th wedding anniversary. I think this is fun.
Chelsea: Fun? If I wanted to celebrate old, dead love, I could have stayed at home and watched my parents. I just don't get it. Why does your family make such a big deal? He's not even alive anymore.
Abby: Please don't talk that way about my great-grandparents. They had one of the best marriages, you know.
Chelsea: You mean they had great sex, like what's going to happen with Patrick and me?
Abby: Oh, my gosh. Not everything is about sex, Chelsea. It's about love -- true love. My great-grandparents had it, and my mom and dad have it, too.
Chelsea: You mean had. Why do you keep talking as though he's still alive?
Jack: Come on. I got to stop her.
Jack: Come on, Jennifer. Answer. Answer.
Jack: Come on.
[Cellular phone rings]
Jennifer: Hello? Oh.
Jennifer: Hello? Hello, is anyone there? Hello?
Jennifer: H-hello, can you hear me? Listen, I have a bad connection. Is anyone there?
Woman: Sorry. Wrong number.
Woman: [Sighs] Mission accomplished.
Jennifer: Oh, my gosh. Why -- why do I feel like Jack is in trouble?
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of Our Lives.
Bonnie: Oh. You look like something max here might have dragged in. What happened to you, honey?
Patrick: I don't know. You know... I was at the Cheatin' Heart, and I was having a few beers. I was playing poker with these guys, and --
Patrick: Anyway, next thing I know, I get dizzy, you know? And I'm making out with some woman I don't know.
Bonnie: Sounds to me like someone slipped you a roofie.
Patrick: Yeah. Yeah, it must have been something like that.
Bonnie: Notice I didn't say "Mickey." Wouldn't want to take my hubby's name in vain. Ha ha. I'm sorry. Come here, baby. Oh, poor baby. Any idea who could have done this to you?
Jennifer: Oh, gosh. What is happening to me? That feeling I just got -- that is the feeling I always got when Jack was in trouble. Aah, Jennifer, pull yourself together! Just concentrate on your driving. Jack can't be in trouble because he's not alive.
Woman: Sorry I had to club you, but we couldn't let that little wife of yours know that you're alive. You're going to have a killer headache when you come to, but if I let you get near anyone, count DiMera will feed me to the sharks.
Woman: Must be his daughter's jump rope. That should do the trick.
Woman: It's no mystery what that little wife of yours sees in you.
Jack: Jen... Jennifer. Jennifer. Jennifer.
Mickey: Doug, you couldn't possibly know what this is like. Now, a big part of me knows that I belong with Maggie. My God, we've been married over half our lives. But Bonnie was there for me after Maggie died.
Doug: But Maggie didn't die.
Mickey: But I didn't know that, Doug, and neither did Bonnie. And, uh... after a while, we fell in love.
Doug: Then you really do love her?
Mickey: I'm in love with both of them, Doug. Now, I know this is not supposed to happen, but it did. I am in love with two wonderful women, and -- and I'll be damned if I know what to do about it.
Julie: Maggie, please tell me you're not giving up on uncle Mickey.
Maggie: I don't know what else to do, Julie. I can't go on living under these conditions. I'm so tired. I'm so tired of Mickey making me feel like a fool. I'm sorry, but I do have some pride left. And whatever you do, don't mention this to Alice.
Julie: Oh, of course not.
Maggie: This is her special night for remembering Tom, and the last thing she needs to hear is that I'm thinking about leaving Mickey.
Alice: Too late. I heard.
Nancy: Chloe, every day you put off telling Brady that you're still alive is another day that Nicole Kiriakis can work her wiles on him.
Nancy: You know what? I really don't like it around here. I'm going to call a cab to take us back to the car.
Nancy: The battery's dead. Look, there's a convenience store. Surely they'll have a phone. Chloe?
Chloe: I'm going to stay here. I really enjoy the fresh air.
Nancy: Fresh air, yeah, yeah, I know. All right, well, be careful. I'll be right back.
Nicole: [Thinking] I have no idea where I am, and this fog is not helping.
Nicole: Excuse me. Can you help me?
Brady: You really don't know this guy?
Brady: Then how come the two of you were talking?
John: Well --
Brady: You know what? I want to hear it from him.
Bonnie: Honey, it's okay. It's just Abby and her friend.
Patrick: Yeah. Um... sorry, I thought it was someone else.
Chelsea: Hey, Patrick.
Patrick: Hey, guys. Um, Abby, did you make up with your mom?
Abby: Not really.
Patrick: Well, she's here, right?
Abby: Well, I guess she was, but she had to go home to pick something up for aunt Maggie.
Jennifer: Actually, I'm back. I've been back. I was just upstairs changing.
Patrick: So, um, how are you doing?
Jennifer: Uh, I'm okay. So will you bring this in to aunt Maggie, please?
Jennifer: Thank you.
Bonnie: Hmm. Uh, come on, Max. Let's you and me go inside and get things ready.
Patrick: Something's wrong. What is it?
Jennifer: No, really, it's -- it's nothing.
Patrick: Now come on, you seem a little shaky.
Jennifer: You're going to think I'm crazy.
Patrick: No. Try me.
Jennifer: Okay. When I was at my house, I heard Jack calling my name.
Jack: Oh. Thank God. Jennifer, it's you. I was having this dream. You were this imposter who was trying to take me back to DiMera’s castle.
Woman: I don't know how to tell you this... but you are going back to the castle.
Jack: No. No, not again. Ugh. Oh, you knocked me out.
Woman: You didn't give me a choice.
Jack: Jennifer. What did you do with Jennifer?
Woman: I don't know anything about your wife. My only assignment is you, and that's turned out to have some pretty good fringe benefits. You're one terrific lover, Jack Deveraux.
Jack: No, no. No, no. No.
Jack: You -- you knew -- you knew I love my wife.
Woman: You know, I bet the count will let me pay you conjugal visits to the castle anytime I want.
Jack: You're not for real.
Woman: You thought so when you were all over me in that cozy little cabin. A few more sessions like that, and you'll be saying, "Jennifer who?"
Jack: No. No. No.
Woman: Who are you kidding? You didn't even notice the difference.
Jack: I -- damn it. I -- [Thinking] Look what she tied me up with. Guess you're not as smart as you think you are.
(Gentle acoustic guitar music)
Maggie: I'm sorry, Alice. You weren't supposed to hear that.
Alice: Maggie, just tell me what's going on.
Maggie: I'm having a hard time. Mickey can't -- he's incapable of making a decision about our marriage, and the longer I keep living in this house with his new wife, the more intolerable it becomes.
Alice: Well, don't you think that this situation is just as hard on Mickey?
Maggie: Honestly? No, I don’t. Have you seen him lately? He is strutting around like a peacock. He thinks he is such A...
Maggie: He's acting like he was voted Salem’s sexiest senior. Ha ha. Oh, wow, who can blame him? He has two wives fighting over him. I'm just ashamed to be one of them.
Julie: And there's the three of them living under one roof. Now, what a recipe for disaster, grandma. I think it's worse than anything bonnie serves up at that so-called restaurant of hers. Excuse me, your restaurant.
Maggie: That's right. Hmm. Well, I guess I'm just supposed to sit back and let Bonnie Maureen Lockhart Horton take everything that belongs to me. It was bad enough that she killed my prize fern Mrs. Miniver, she sold my figurine collection, she turned my elegant restaurant into a honky-tonk, but she has taken my husband, Alice.
Alice: Your marriage has been tested before, darling. Remember Don Craig, hmm? And Neil Curtis? And Mickey was pressured then.
Maggie: Alice, I never started seeing Don Craig until after Mickey was declared dead. As far as Neil Curtis... I was artificially inseminated. I didn't marry anyone. But I guess you think that I should be more patient and understanding. Is that it?
Alice: Can you do that?
Mickey: Excuse the fingers. Ha ha. You know, Doug, I am in a position very similar to Maggie’s. Do you remember when Stefano DiMera had me kidnapped? When I finally escaped and got back here, I found that Maggie had become involved with Don Craig.
Doug: Mickey, that was a long time ago.
Mickey: It's not easy to forget it, Doug. Now, I was very angry at Maggie, and there wasn't a damn thing I could do about it. She had fallen in love with Don, and she thought that I was dead.
Doug: Exactly the way you thought that Maggie had been killed by the Salem Stalker. Just one major difference, that's all -- Maggie didn't marry Don Craig.
Mickey: Well, there is no way on earth that I would have married Bonnie if I thought Red was alive, but I didn't know that, and as difficult as it may be for you to believe, I found that -- that Bonnie gave me a reason to go on living. She -- she made me happy. And she still does.
Doug: Well, I feel bad for all three of you.
Mickey: Well, you see, Maggie wants me to just toss Bonnie aside, but I can't do that to someone I love.
Doug: But you still love Maggie, too, don't you?
Mickey: Yes, God help me, Doug, I love both of them.
Nicole: Hello. Did you hear me?
Chloe: What do you want?
Nicole: Um, I'm kind of lost. I'm looking for Monroe Street. Do you know which way it is?
Chloe: Don't know.
Nicole: Your voice sounds kind of familiar. Have we met?
Nancy: Nicole! Good heavens. What are you doing here?
Nicole: I could ask you the same thing. Do you know her?
Nancy: Yes, I do.
Brady: I'm waiting. Why don't you tell me who you are and why you're hanging around my dad?
Sami: Your father and I work together at the I.S.A.
Brady: Really. Then how come he said he doesn't know you?
Sami: I was undercover when we met. It was a long time ago. Remember me now?
John: Oh, yeah.
Sami: When you got here, I was just about to express my condolences to John. I've been out of the country, and I just heard about the loss of your wife. Well, I don't want to take up too much of your time. I'll see you around.
Brady: There's something really off about that guy.
John: Yeah. What are you doing down here?
Brady: I came by to visit. I saw the note that you left, so Nicole and I got worried.
John: Yeah, worried, yeah. Worried that what, your old man's out trying to score drugs?
Brady: Were you?
Sami: [Thinking] Okay... so I didn't get John to take more pills.
John: What have we here?
John: Yeah, that should... do the trick.
Sami: [Thinking] Well, he's an addict. By the time I'm through with my dear old step dad, he's going to wish he were dead.
Maggie: I don't know if I can. You see, I don't think I've done anything wrong. But Mickey has stood by me, hasn't he? Okay, you're right. I'll grit my teeth and be a little more patient with him. It isn't gonna be easy, though, Alice. Do you know -- do you know how -- how much hell it is to live in this house, sharing my husband and my house with Bonnie Lockhart?
Alice: Things will work out, darling. You'll see.
Julie: Gram is right. You have got to hang in there. Now, you know that you are the love of uncle Mickey’s life. And in his heart, he must know that, too.
Maggie: Yeah, I know Mickey loves me. But he is not being governed by his heart.
Julie: No, no, he's thinking with an entirely different organ. But just wait, darling. Women like Bonnie Lockhart -- they don't last long. Before you know it, Mickey’s gonna be back where he belongs -- on your arm and in your bed.
Bonnie: [Thinking] Oh, we'll just see about that, missy.
Jennifer: I-I don't know what's wrong with me, Patrick. I heard Jack calling my name more than once.
Patrick: No wonder you're freaked out.
Jennifer: Gosh. It just -- it seemed so real.
Patrick: Are you still having trouble sleeping?
Jennifer: What, you think that's it? You think I'm overtired?
Patrick: Well, it's that and the fact that Jack is always on your mind.
Jennifer: And I thought that it was supposed to get easier, and I miss him more than ever. And the more I miss him, the angrier I get, Patrick.
Patrick: I know, I know, but, you know, it's a part of the grieving process, I guess.
Jennifer: I know, but when Jack and I were on that island, we found each other on that island, that was like a miracle, Patrick. And then Jack Jr. being born, and then no matter how much Tony was controlling our life, I had hope. I had hope we were gonna come home from that island and we were gonna be home free. So tell me, after -- after getting through all of that, how could God take my husband away from me again? I'm sorry. I just want him. I want him here to help me raise our children.
Patrick: I know. I know.
Jennifer: But the point is that that's never gonna happen. It's not gonna happen, so I need to accept it and I need to move on with my life.
Woman: Don't let this go to your head, but I'm gonna miss you.
Jack: Well, I'm not gonna miss you.
Jack: This is a real rope, so next time you want to tie someone up, you need to use a real rope and not a trick rope from some kid's magic set. Okay. You don't need that anymore. Okay. And now it's time for me to call the authorities and Jennifer.
Maggie: Nice job!
Mickey: Happy Anniversary, mom.
Alice: Thank you, dear. And you, darling.
Julie: It's first-rate. Oh, Gram...
Maggie: She still manages to enjoy this celebration on this day, doesn't she?
Mickey: Oh, yes, mom is really an inspiration to all of us.
Maggie: Mickey, you and I have to talk.
Mickey: Yes, uh, uh, of course, dear, after everyone's gone, okay?
Maggie: Well, that's just the problem. We're never alone. The few times that we have a couple of minutes together, bonnie barges in with some kind of emergency.
Bonnie: Damn it.
Bonnie: I'm not taking this lying down, Max. If Maggie wants to make a big play for my man, then she is gonna find herself outplayed.
Bonnie: You can say that again.
Jack: I'm telling you, I think some people might think it's a little silly what's going on in there.
Jennifer: What? My -- my grandma celebrating her anniversary without grandpa? Do you?
Jack: Oh, no, well, I mean, I think it's really rather sweet that she -- she obviously wants to do that. It obviously means a lot to her. Who knows? Maybe someday it'll mean a lot to us if our kids or grandkids celebrate our anniversary. I love you, Jennifer.
Jennifer: I love you more. I win. Ha ha ha.
Alice: I've always loved that photograph of you and Jack.
Jennifer: Thanks, Gram. Oh, I just -- I miss him so much.
Alice: I know you do, dear, but he's much closer than you think.
John: I wasn't looking to buy drugs, kid. I just needed to get out for a minute, get some air.
Brady: Well, you should've called me. I would've come with you.
John: I've got a lot of stuff on my mind.
Brady: Anything I can help with?
John: Just... a lot of things happened tonight, got Kate pretty upset.
Brady: Well, shouldn't you be with her?
John: No, it's more complicated. Belle's involved.
John: Philip's M.I.A.
Brady: Oh, my God.
John: It gets worse. Belle dropped the bombshell tonight that she's still in love with Shawn.
John: The whole thing's a mess, kid. But trust me when I say your sister feels guilty as hell.
Brady: But Kate must be a wreck.
John: I called Shane Donovan at I.S.A. he's trying to pinpoint the location of Philip’s unit.
Brady: All right. Well, look, Nicole and I split up looking for you, so let's go find her, and I'll walk you home.
John: No, go ahead. I'm fine.
Brady: Are you sure?
John: Yeah. Go on. I'll be back soon.
Nancy: This is Clara’s friend from the clinic. I brought her up to St. Luke's so that she could hear Clara sing with the choir tonight.
Nicole: Oh. I didn't realize Clara was singing. I would've gone.
Nancy: Nicole... she's still very self-conscious about the way she looks. It was a big step for her to come out tonight, but she's not up to meeting new people yet.
Nicole: Okay. I understand. But I'm glad I ran into you.
Nancy: Oh, and why is that?
Nicole: Well, after our last conversation, I felt inspired about all the good work being done at the clinic, and I'd like to do something more in Chloe’s memory.
Nancy: From what I understand, Nicole, you've already done plenty.
Nicole: Yes. Well, my husband left me well provided for, and it feels so good to help others less fortunate.
Nancy: I don't buy that.
Nicole: I beg your pardon?
Nancy: Nicole, the only person that you're interested in helping is yourself. I've known you too long, and I don't buy this altruistic act. It doesn't fool me.
Nicole: Wha-- whoa. Where is this coming from?
Nancy: Nicole, the reason that you're pretending to honor Chloe’s memory is to score points with Brady. And you know what? It's a pretty shabby way of getting him into your bed, if you ask me.
Nicole: Well, nobody asked you. Why can't you just say thank you?
Nancy: Thank you? For what? You know what? Maybe you've convinced Brady that you've changed, but I see right through you. You are nothing but a shameless grifter who uses the misfortune of others to get what you want.
Nicole: No. You are the one who hasn't changed, Nancy. People thought you were a bitch when you first came to Salem. Well, guess what. You're still a bitch!
Chloe: Stop it!
Nancy: Oh, great. Are you happy now? You have just upset my daughter!
Chloe: I can't take this anymore. Oh, Brady, if you only knew how much I want to be with you. I'm just not ready yet.
John: I hate lying to Brady. Why did I take those lousy pills?
John: Doc? Is that you? Slow down. Slow down. You're the only one who can help me beat this. Slow down. No, no. No, don't go. Don't go. Aah! Don't go.
Nicole: Your daughter? Oh, my God, was that Chloe?
Nancy: No. Of course not.
Nicole: But you said it was your daughter.
Nancy: Look, Nicole, you had me rattled. What I meant to say is that she's like a daughter to me.
Brady: Nancy? I'm sorry, am I interrupting anything?
Nancy: Yes. But it's all right. Look, I don't have time to stay and chat. I have to go find my friend.
Brady: What the hell was that all about?
Nicole: Nancy brought Clara’s friend from the clinic to St. Luke's tonight. Apparently, Clara was singing with the church choir.
Nicole: Nancy started an argument with me, and that woman took off.
Brady: Well, what was the argument about?
Nicole: It was stupid. Nothing important.
Brady: Are you sure? Because you seem pretty upset.
Nicole: I'm just thinking about Clara’s friend. There's something very strange about her.
Sami: Are you okay, miss?
Chloe: I'm fine.
Nancy: Perhaps we should get something that you would like. I don't know. We can...
Sami: Wait a second. Was that Nancy Wesley? What is she doing back in Salem? And who's that creepy-looking girl that she's with? [Thinking] I don't believe it. Chloe Lane is alive?
Mickey: I mean it. I'm doing the best I can...
Patrick: So, mom, how are things with you? You seem a little, uh, down.
Bonnie: Shh, shh, I want to hear this little powwow.
Mickey: Like I said, Maggie, I will find time for us to have that talk. And I promise that we'll be alone, all right?
Bonnie: That "talk" is gonna consist of two words -- buzz off. Excuse me, honey.
[Turns on music]
Bonnie: Whoo! Let's liven up this shindig! Hoo-hoo! What do you say, lover boy? May I have this dance?
Mickey: Oh, this, uh, was mom and dad's song.
Bonnie: Oh... well, we're just gonna borrow it, not keep it. Come here, baby.
[Giggles] Need a helping hand
Maggie: Patrick. You, come with me.
Maggie: Ha ha ha. Oh, hi, ha ha ha.
Julie: Way to go, Maggie.
Doug: My love?
Julie: Oh, darling.
That's when I'll be there
Chelsea: Good grief. What is that old woman doing with my man? That should be me.
Alice: Jennifer, honey, if you feel Jack's presence, it's because he's right here. And he'll be here always.
Jack: I can't believe they put me on hold. To hell with this. I'm going to the police station and getting the hell out of here before anything else goes wrong.
Woman: Freeze, Deveraux!
Woman: For somebody who spent all that time on a ship, you sure tie a lousy knot. No more games, understand? You move, you're a dead man.
Philip: Mom, I don't think I have much time here, but I want you to know how much I love you and how much I appreciate everything you've done for me.
Hope: You're lying to yourself if you think there is any way of denying the true love in your heart for Shawn.
Billie: Who is this?
Sami: I've got a message from Georgia for her mommy.
Tony: Get inside now, Jack!
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