Days Transcript Thursday 10/6/05

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 10/6/05 - Canada; Friday 10/7/05 - U.S.A.

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Frankie: So you're gonna do it? You're just gonna disappear and die alone without telling Jen the truth?

Jack: Look, I don't have any other choice. This is the way it has to be. I'm not gonna put Jennifer or the rest of my family through the pain, the torture of watching me suffer a slow, painful death. It's gonna be bad enough when the truth finally does come out.

Frankie: Do you have any idea how upset she's gonna be, how angry?

Jennifer: How angry and upset I'll be about what?

Marlena: John, do we need to do this? I don't see the point.

John: Yeah, we need to do this. You just told me you wanted a divorce in the middle of a damn coffeehouse at the mall. We need to have a talk here in private.

Marlena: I'm not sure that's gonna solve anything. Look, I'll just have my attorney contact your attorney, and they can start the proceedings. I won't be asking for any alimony, so it should not be complicated.

John: You can't mean this.

Marlena: Do you think that I'm not serious?

John: I can see you're serious. I just don't know where this came from, especially today of all days.

Marlena: Why today? What's special about today?

John: Look, I know you don't remember, but today's your birthday. And I had plans for us. I had plans that I'm sure would make you feel differently about things.

Kate: You can't be serious. It's like you haven't heard a single word I've said. I just finished explaining to you, reminding you of all of Sami's crimes committed when she posed as Stan. How could I have helped you save her life?

Austin: Because you have. I listened to every word you said, and it suddenly clicked. There is no way Sami can be prosecuted for the things she's accused of. Thank you, Mom. You have no idea how much you just helped.

Kate: Austin --

Austin: Hey, Roman, it's Austin. I need to talk to you and Mickey right now. It's really important.

Roman: All right. Come in.

Sami: Austin, Austin, they just said that if I'm convicted of treason, they're gonna execute me -- that I could be going to death row again.

Austin: You can forget about that. There's no way in hell I'm gonna let that happen.

Sami: What?

Austin: No way.

Jennifer: Well, is anyone gonna answer me? What am I gonna be so upset and angry about?

Jack: Well, um, really, upset isn't really the right word. It's really more, um... it's more disappointed, actually, because, you see, I'm working on this really big research project.

Jennifer: A research project -- you didn't tell me anything about that, Jack.

Jack: Exactly -- I didn't tell you. You're already a little disappointed and about to be upset.

Jennifer: No, I'm not upset. You always ask for my help when you have a big project.

Jack: That's true, but not this time. This time, you're not being asked for help.

Jennifer: Well, what is it? What's it about?

Jack: Well, that's just the thing. It's confidential for the moment -- confidential.

Jennifer: Jack, I am your wife. We have never kept secrets from each other about anything, ever.

Jack: True, but this time, I-I need -- I need -- I need -- I need to do it on my own.

Jennifer: Frankie, do you know something about what Jack's working on?

Jack: He does, but he has been sworn to secrecy.

Jennifer: Oh, I see. So Frankie can know, but I can't -- your wife.

Jack: [Stuttering] Yes. And when the time is right, you will see -- it will all be revealed. And you'll realize why I couldn't share it with you, my lovely, inquisitive journalist of a wife.

Jennifer: Okay, I won't push. I just came in to tell you there's a pot of coffee ready if anyone would like some.

Frankie: I could use a cup.

Jack: Oh, good. You guys go ahead and have some coffee. I'm gonna just stay here and get back to work on this.

Jennifer: Without coffee?

Jack: Uh, yes. You see, I'm just -- I'm buzzing, buzzing from the ideas that are hitting me right now with this project. It's very exciting.

Jennifer: You really are being very mysterious, Jack Deveraux.

Jack: It seems that. It does. But I'm telling you, when the time comes, you'll know why. In the meantime, if you'll both excuse me, I need to get back to it 'cause time's a-wasting, and I'm on a bit of a deadline here.

Jennifer: All right. I can see we're not wanted in here at the moment. Come on, Frankie, let's go have some coffee.

Frankie: Yeah.

Jack: [Sighs] All right. Back to my project -- to find an expedient, painless way to die.

Marlena: I didn't realize it was my birthday.

John: Well, it is. Like I said, I had plans.

Alex: Excuse me, but you know the rules, John. You should have run any plans you made for Marlena past me first, although it seems a moot point now, in light of the circumstances.

John: This is between my wife and me. Stay the hell out of it.

Marlena: Please don't take your anger out on --

John: I don't understand why you're doing this. Less than an hour ago, we were sitting around, having coffee, talking about Belle and the baby and our family. And we were making some progress. Even Belle felt the same thing when you visited her in the hospital. She thought you were on the verge of a breakthrough, and, hell, you just walk out on her. And out of nowhere, you ask me for a divorce. Why is that?

Marlena: It's simple, John. I don't love you.

John: Marlena --

Marlena: I'm sorry. I know that must be upsetting to hear.

John: You just don't remember.

Marlena: You know what? A woman is supposed to love her husband. At the least, a woman should feel that he's not a stranger. And, John, being married to you makes me uncomfortable. I feel like I'm living with a stranger.

John: Your memory's gonna come back, and you will remember how much in love we were.

Marlena: And you also keep pressuring me. That's why I need to have you out of here. Oh, my gosh, you pressure me. You try to undermine the faith that I have in my doctor. That's why I need you out. That's why I want to be alone.

John: Okay, now I understand. You're the one behind this, pal.

Sami: Austin --

Roman: Look, Austin, I don't want my daughter going to prison any more than you do. But these charges are serious.

Mickey: I'm afraid that Roman is right. Avoiding a conviction is not going to be easy, and probably the best thing we can hope for is a plea bargain. So I'm recommending that Sami plead guilty on the condition that the death sentence is taken off the table.

Austin: With all due respect, Mickey, there's not gonna be a need for a plea bargain because there's not gonna be any conviction. And if I'm right, there's not going to even be a trial.

Kate: Austin, of course there's going to be a trial. Sami was working with Tony DiMera. She teamed up with him. She lured those boys into his trap. She betrayed all five of them.

Roman: She's right. And all five will bear witness to that fact, and they will all be subpoenaed to testify.

Kate: Which I'm sure they gladly will. They put their faith, they put their trust in this person. And they almost lost their lives because of it when she handed them over to the enemy.

Sami: That is not how it happened. I never wanted them to die.

Kate: Tell that to the jury.

Sami: Austin, you said there's a way you could prove I was innocent, that I don't have to stand trial.

Austin: No, I did not say I can prove you're innocent. Like your dad said, there are plenty of witnesses to testify against you.

Kate: Now you're finally talking sense.

Roman: Austin, if you're aware of this fact, why did you say that Sami wouldn't stand trial?

Austin: Because there is no way they can prosecute her for the things that she is being charged with.

Mickey: I have read the indictment, and there's no way that Sami can deny that she was Stan or that she turned over U.S. Citizens to an enemy in a country where we were engaged in war. And by definition, this is high treason.

Austin: Except for one thing, Mickey -- they have the facts all wrong.

Sami: Austin, you really think you can get them to drop the charges?

Austin: I'm sure of it.

Kate: This is beyond ludicrous -- beyond.

Roman: All right, Austin, go ahead. Make your case.

Austin: I just have a question for Sami. All right, how did you end up becoming this person Stan in the first place? Be honest, because your life could depend on it.

Sami: Okay, all right, I'll tell you the whole story. Well, it started when Kate drugged me and Brandon and sabotaged my wedding to Lucas. And after that, I was devastated. I'd lost the man that I love. I'd lost my son. And I was the lowest I'd ever been in my whole life. And that's when my so-called mysterious benefactor convinced me to turn myself into Stan.

Roman: And Tony being that mysterious benefactor.

Sami: Right. But I didn't know that it was Tony, Dad. I just thought it was this guy. He was only text-messaging me, and then he would call me on the phone and disguise his voice. And, frankly, I didn't care who it was. I just thought it was some mysterious stranger who wanted to help me get revenge on the people who had hurt me.

Kate: You certainly did that, and some.

Sami: Actually, I didn't. I never got to do any of it. I mean, I tried to hurt John and Kate, only because I knew -- even though I didn't have proof, I knew that Kate was behind what happened to me and Lucas. And John took her side, and then he put her in my Mom's house to take her place, and I couldn't stand that.

Austin: Go on, Sami. Tell us more about tony, or this mystery person.

Sami: Well, then he tricked me onto a plane and into the war zone. And I ended up in a bunker where Philip was already being held hostage. Dad, I swear, as soon as I found out that it was Tony, I was horrified, and I didn't want to have anything to do with him. But he showed me proof that you and Mom were still alive, and he promised that he would bring you home safely if I helped him.

Kate: Hmm, and that's when you betrayed Lucas and Philip and Rex and Brady and Shawn. That's when you committed treason. Why don't you understand that, Austin?

Austin: Because that's just it -- it wasn't treason, not even close.

Roman: Austin, how do you figure that?

Austin: Okay, the fact is, Lucas, Rex, Shawn, and Brady -- they were in no way affiliated with the United States Military. They were acting on their own as armed mercenaries in a hostile country out of U.S. jurisdiction with no treaty agreement. You know, if I understand correctly, they were wanted by the Marines for escaping protective custody after they had been discovered. And secondly, and I think more importantly, Tony DiMera, as hated as he is, was never the declared enemy.

Roman: All right. But he was a wanted criminal.

Austin: Yeah, but the point is, Sami wasn't working in conjunction with the enemy of our country. Actually, her turning the men of Salem over to Tony probably saved them from being killed or captured.

Sami: You're right. I mean, they were way over their heads in that war zone. There were bombs and gunfire. It was a nightmare.

Kate: Sami, Tony was trying to kill them.

Sami: He never said that. He promised me that he wouldn't hurt them.

Kate: Oh, please. And you believed him?

Sami: Well, he hadn't killed anybody else, not even my parents. He had proof that my Mom and Dad were still alive. I thought that they'd be safer there than in the war zone.

Kate: Then why were you still pretending to be Stan?

Austin: For protection, obviously. Can you imagine what would have happened to Sami -- a young, beautiful civilian in a war zone? Turning yourself and disguising yourself as a man was probably one of the smartest things she could have done. The point here is that nothing Sami did was under U.S. jurisdiction. It certainly wasn't treason, because she didn't betray anyone to an enemy of our country. As a matter of fact, she's responsible for saving those guys from Tony. She not only isn't a criminal. My opinion -- she's a bona fide hero.

Kate: [Groans]

Roman: You know what, Mickey? He might be right. I mean, obviously, Sami isn't totally innocent, but...

Mickey: Under the law, she may not be prosecutable for any of these crimes.

Sami: [Gasps, laughs] 

Jennifer: I'm really getting excited for Jack's party. It's really coming together so well. I'm just not sure what I want to do about the music. I mean, I know Julie and Doug are gonna sing, but as far as dancing, I don't know if I should have a live band or a deejay. What do you think?

Frankie: Hmm? What?

Jennifer: Band or deejay for Jack's party.

Frankie: Don't know -- that's a tough call, Jen.

Jennifer: What's wrong?

Frankie: Nothing, why? Why do you ask?

Jennifer: You just seem distracted, like something's bothering you.

Frankie: I guess I am. I'm sorry.

Jennifer: No, it's okay. Is it something you want to talk about?

Frankie: Yes. Yes, it is. Um...I don't think this party is such a good idea, Jen.

Jack: [Sighs] God bless the internet -- total access to all the Spectator's Archives. [ Chuckles] Who knew there were so many ways to shuffle off this mortal coil?

Lexie: You're not going to tell them you're dying, are you?

Jack: No. No, I'm not. The greatest gift that I can give them is just to have some -- just a few special, wonderful, happy memories in these few months that we have left.

Alex: I know you'd like to blame me, John, but I assure you, I had absolutely nothing to do with Marlena's decision. Isn't that right?

Marlena: That's right. I wanted the divorce all by myself.

John: I don't believe that.

Alex: She just told you --

John: Would you get out of here so I can talk to my wife?

Alex: All right, of course... if that's what you want.

Marlena: No, it's not. I don't want you to go.

John: Okay. Well, in that case, would you excuse us for a second? I'd like to have a word with the doctor.

Alex: Fine.

John: All right, North, I've had it with you, pal.

Alex: Likewise. And so, clearly, has your wife. She told you she can't take any more of your constant badgering. You've pushed her over the edge. Now she wants nothing more to do with you. You've brought this all on yourself.

John: Oh, no. You're responsible for this. You've been trying to keep us apart from day one.

Alex: For her good. For both of you...so that maybe, without all the pressure, she could get her memory back. I tried to warn you that this could happen when you took her away from the cabin.

John: I'm gonna warn you right now. I haven't figured out what kind of game you're playing yet, but I know you're behind this divorce business. And if you don't get out of my house right now...

Alex: You'll what?

John: I'm gonna throw your ass off that balcony, and don't think I won't.

Alex: I don't think throwing me off the balcony is going to be as easy as you imagine, Mr. Black. But such a confrontation would upset my patient. I don't think that's what you want, is it?

John: [Inhales sharply] I just want you gone. My suggestion would be to use the front door.

Alex: Fine. I'll go... not that it'll make any difference. She's not going to change her mind.

John: Not as long as you're messing with it. Get out of here.

Marlena: Well, is everything worked out?

Alex: Oh, everything's fine. Listen, I do think, though, that you and John need some private time to talk.

Marlena: Are you sure? I'm not sure.

Alex: You'll be okay. I won't be gone long.

Marlena: All right, we're alone. I'm not sure whatever you have to say is going to change anything. I'm not saying that to be cruel. It's just the way that I'm feeling about it.

John: I'd still like to give you your birthday present.

Marlena: I don't feel comfortable doing --

John: Please, I insist. Happy Birthday.

Marlena: What is it?

John: Open it.

Marlena: Oh. Uh, a photo album. Is this your way of trying to get me to remember?

John: Yeah, that's exactly -- why do you act like that's a bad thing? Don't you want to remember? You do want to get your memory back, don't you?

Marlena: Of course I do. Why wouldn't I?

John: All right, then just go on. Open it. That's all I'm asking. Come on, you got nothing to lose. You got everything to gain. Just -- just take a look at it. Will you do that much for me -- for what we shared? Just do it, and then I'll go, if that's what you really want.

Sami: What do you think? It makes sense, what Austin said?

Kate: Like hell it does.

Austin: Mickey, Roman, you have to admit it does.

Roman: Mickey?

Mickey: Well, I think I need to call the D.A. and the U.S. attorney and see what they have to say.

Roman: I think that's a good idea. I'll go with you.

Sami: Dad, Dad, please, please, you think I have a chance, right?

Roman: Don't get too excited, all right? We're just checking this out.

Mickey: We'll let you know as soon as we find out anything.

Sami: Oh, Austin, Austin, thank you.

Kate: [Groans]

Austin: Don't even start.

Kate: I'd like to know exactly what Sami did to you last night in her apartment that just made you totally lose your mind. Austin, she's a criminal.

Austin: She's not, and you know it. She's certainly not a traitor to her country. She's just as much a victim in this as anyone else.

Kate: A victim?

Austin: Of your schemes. If you hadn't interfered --

Kate: I'm the one who almost got your brothers killed?

Austin: That's not what I'm saying. But your actions didn't help. I really believe she's responsible for saving the lives of my brothers and Brady and Shawn.

Sami: He's right. I mean, I risked my life to save Lucas and those guys. I wasn't about to let them get hurt, even if it meant that I had to die. Doesn't that mean anything to you, Kate? I know that if will were hurt and someone rescued him, I would be grateful, even if they were my worst enemy.

Kate: Spare me, okay? Just spare me. I can't believe you have the nerve to try to make yourself out as some kind of hero. I don't care what Austin says. This lame attempt to rationalize what you did -- it's going nowhere with me. You are going down, and I hope you fry.

Jennifer: Why do you think throwing Jack this party would be such a bad idea?

Frankie: I just don't think Jack's up for it, that's all.

Jennifer: Of course he is. There is nothing that Jack would love more than a giant celebration with his family and friends. I have invited everyone that he's known his whole life. I mean, college roommates, professors from college, colleagues from the newspaper. I even invited this little boy that he grew up next to his whole life. He'll be thrilled.

Frankie: You're right. Maybe this is exactly what Jack needs to change his mind.

Jennifer: Change his mind about what?

Jack: This is perfect -- meets all my criteria, right down to the not-so-grisly details. So now the date. All right, let's see. We got, uh...Halloween. Well, gotta love the irony. It's a couple weeks away, and Jennifer always said she came to love me for my fatalistic sense of humor. At least I can show her I kept it right up to the end. [Telephone rings] Um... hello? Jo? Oh, Jo, yes, uh, uh... no, no, no, I have not forgotten to pick up Jack Jr. Tell Vern he can teach him to read all the bylines he wants. I'll be right there. Yeah, yeah. Chip off the old block. No, no, this is perfect. This is perfect. This'll be the way to go -- no doubt about it.

Austin: Mom, how can you say that? I mean, you really want Sami to be put to death?

Sami: Are you kidding? She'd love it.

Kate: It's not what I meant, okay? As much as I don't like it, she is the mother of my grandson.

Austin: You just said you hope she fries.

Kate: It was a figure of speech. But I do think she should pay for what she did, yes.

Sami: I have paid.

Kate: Oh, please. There -- there is no denying that you were -- and still are -- Stan. You were teamed up with Tony DiMera. She was responsible for almost getting your brothers killed. I don't see how you could just forgive and forget that, Austin.

Austin: I don't think any of it was intentional, and I don't think any of it would have happened if you hadn't interfered in her life. I believe that when she lost Lucas and Will, she was out of her mind with grief. She was in a very desperate and vulnerable place.

Kate: I don't care. I don't care how desperate she was. There is no excuse for what she did.

Sami: Give me a break, Kate. You come up with all sorts of justifications for the things that you have done to me, and you can't find a way to understand what drove me to do what I did?

Kate: There's a big difference between the two of us. When I went in to stop Lucas from marrying you, it was to save lives. When you masqueraded as Stan, it was to destroy lives, Sami.

Austin: That is enough. That's enough.

Sami: Dad. Dad, so, what happened? What did the D.A. say?

Austin: Is Sami off the hook?

Mickey: Well, we spoke to the D.A. and the U.S. Attorney, and we laid out your argument before them, Austin. In my opinion, it was a damn good one.

Roman: And we got their answer.

Kate: Oh, for God's sakes, would you just tell us -- is it good news or is it bad news?

Jennifer: Frankie, what are you saying? What would this party make Jack change his mind about?

Frankie: Maybe -- maybe change his mind...about surprise parties, of course. You're right, Jen. Having old friends and family around -- how could Jack not have a good time?

Jennifer: Jack's always loved surprise parties.

Frankie: He has?

Jennifer: Yes, that's why I'm keeping it a surprise.

Frankie: Oh, well, then, there's no problem, is there?

Jennifer: You're starting to sound like my husband. The two of you have been spending way too much time together. Speaking of which, he is still working on that mysterious project. He's been at that computer for hours.

Frankie: Sorry, I can't help.

Jennifer: That's all right. I will get it out of him. In fact, I'm gonna make him take a break, whether he wants one or not.

Frankie: I couldn't agree more.

Jennifer: Let's go see if he wants any of this coffee that we couldn't talk him into before. So, how's it going -- the big project?

Jack: It's going great. In fact -- in fact, I'm really excited.

Jennifer: Good, good. That's wonderful. So, you ready for that cup of coffee now?

Jack: Uh...no. No. I'm on to you. I'm not gonna let you do that.

Jennifer: What am I doing?

Jack: You're trying to ply me with caffeine so my motor mouth will get going, but it's not going to work, and I'm not talking.

Jennifer: One sip, motor mouth, one sip.

Jack: No, no, no. Actually, I have to go get Jack Jr. before Vern turns him into the youngest copy editor the Spectator has ever seen. So, I'm out of here. Can I get either of you anything?

Jennifer: No.

Frankie: I'm good.

Jack: Well, I'll be back in a jiff.

Jennifer: Jack...

Jack: Yes?

Jennifer: You just -- you seem so happy. Whatever this research is, it must be very exciting.

Jack: It is. It is. It's downright, uh... life-altering. [Door closes]

Jennifer: Please, just tell me. Tell me what is going on.

Frankie: You will find out soon enough, Jen.

Jennifer: Frankie, Jack -- he's not throwing me a surprise party, is he? I mean, can you imagine how funny that would be if he was throwing me a party at the same time?

Frankie: No, Jen, it's nothing like that.

Jennifer: I just can't get -- oh, no, his jacket -- he left it, and it's cold out. Hold on. Jack!

[Clattering] What in the world is that? This is prescription medication.

Frankie: Well, you remember he had vertigo or something like that when he was held captive on DiMera island.

Jennifer: No, no, no. I worked at a clinic with my Dad in Africa. This is a very serious drug. Why is my husband taking this?

John: Izzy's first Christmas. In fact, this is our first Christmas together as a family.

Marlena: She was so beautiful. Golly, she still is, huh?

John: Like her mom. [Laughs] This is Brady's first day at Cub Scouts.

Marlena: He does not look very happy.

John: No, he wasn't. He hated it. He wanted to quit so bad. Then you sat him down, you had a long talk with him. You just told him that if he got out of it now, he'd never know if he made the right decision or not, so you encouraged him, you know, "stick it out and give it your best shot, and then if you want to bail, it's okay."

Marlena: What happened?

John: He's an Eagle Scout.

Marlena: Oh... oh, my goodness. What is this?

John: We were on a date.

John: Hey... whoa, dig it. You are one far-out-looking chick.

Marlena: You look pretty groovy yourself, baby. Where are we going now?

John: What you're gonna do is you're gonna close your eyes, you're gonna listen to this music, you're gonna think about the way the world was and the way you were, and then we're gonna relive it all.

Marlena: In one night?

John: In one night. Are you ready?

Marlena: I'm your girl! [Both laugh]

John: Let's go.

John: Yeah, that was some night.

Marlena: Looks a little crazy. I mean, crazy but fun.

John: Mm, yeah, well... we always had a lot of fun.

Marlena: Oh...our wedding.

John: One of the happiest days of my life.

John: But somehow through it all, our love was strong enough to endure. And everything that we've been through, my love for you has never changed, and I know it never will. So that brings us to today. And I can promise you that I will love you until I die. I am gonna care for you, and I'm gonna make your cares my cares. I'm gonna make your sorrows my sorrows. And, by damn, I'm gonna make your triumphs my triumphs. And I'm gonna grow old with you in love and joy and all the great stuff life has to offer... until death parts us.

John: That's what we vowed -- "till death parts us."

Marlena: Uh... I think I've seen enough.

John: Anything coming back, hmm? Have any sense at all that you were in those pictures when they were taken?

Marlena: No. No, I don't. But it's clear we had some amazing times together.

John: Hell of a lot more than what's in that book. A lot of good moments still to be made, if you'd just give it a chance. You know, we've been through tougher times than this. I know what it's like not to have a past. Mine's a complete blank -- everything before I met you. In fact, you and my family are basically my whole life. Now, even if I never remember who I was before that, I have lived a life that's fuller than any man could ever wish for. And what has sustained us all those years was love. And it always grew stronger through the years. And when you remember, you're gonna see that nothing's changed. Nothing could change the way that we ever...feel about each other. I know I still love you. And I know that you still love me. [Cellphone rings]

Marlena: Oh! Oh...

John: Let it ring.

Marlena: I can't. I have to answer it. Hello?

Alex: Listen to the music, Marlena. Just listen. Then you'll know what you have to do. [Slow-tempo music plays]

Sami: Daddy, what did the U.S. Attorney -- what did the D.A. say? Do I have to go to jail?

Roman: The D.A. and the U.S. Attorney both agree with Austin's argument.

Sami: [Gasps]

Kate: I don't believe this.

Sami: Austin, Austin, thank you.

Austin: That's fantastic news.

Mickey: We owe you a debt of thanks, young man.

Sami: But, Dad, what exactly does that mean?

Roman: You know what it means, Sami, is that all the charges have been dropped. You are free to go.

Sami: Austin, thank you! Oh, thank you so much! Thank you so much!

Austin: Hey, no, no, don't thank me. I was just doing what was right. You want to thank someone, thank my Mother.

Sami: Why should I thank Kate?

Austin: Because she reminded me of all the things you'd done, and then I realized they didn't have a case and had to let you go.

Sami: You mean it -- it's because of her?

Austin: That's right. She's the reason why you're free.

Sami: Kate, thank you. Thank you very much.

[Slow-tempo music plays]

John: Who is it? Marlena, answer me -- who's on the phone? [Music stops] North, is that you? Hung up. Unknown caller -- that was North, wasn't it?

Marlena: Uh, no. No, that was a wrong number.

John: You sure?

Marlena: I'm positive.

John: Okay. I'll take your word for it. Whoever it was, I'm sorry they interrupted us, because I would like to continue our conversation.

Marlena: I can't.

John: You can't?

Marlena: I can't do that. I can't take another pointless walk down memory lane. I don't remember any of our past, and I don't believe we have a future.

John: What are you saying?

Marlena: Nothing has changed. I want a divorce. I want it now.

Jack: [Breathing heavily] I don't have much time. But I have to make the most of the time I have left with Jennifer and my kids, so... but I don't want to put them through the pain of watching me die, so... so come Halloween... [Sniffles] come Halloween, I'm out of here. Yeah.

Frankie: What are you doing?

Jennifer: Just looking at this drug on the computer.

Frankie: Look, maybe it's antibiotics, you know? I mean, he had a bug, right?

Jennifer: No, the condition that this drug is used to treat is...is fatal? Oh, my God, my husband's dying?

Bonnie: It's time for you to rope and brand your initials on Shawn Brady's butt.

Kate: I need your help to nail Sami once and for all.

Alex: Now it's time my work really began.

Jack: I love you. I love you for saying that. But we're not gonna cheat death this time. We're just not.

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