Days Transcript Friday 10/7/05

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Kate: God, this is a nightmare. I can't believe because of me, Sami is not going to jail.

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 possibly 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.

Kate: Austin, how could you do this? How could you do this after everything's Sami's done?

[Sighs] But there is one thing that Sami did as Stan that could put her in jail for a few years.

Caroline: I've seen that look before. You're thinking about a girl, aren't you?

Shawn D.: How do you know?

Caroline: I raised sons. I know.

Bo: Hey, Ma. What's this about "raising sons"?

Caroline: Well, I always knew when you and Roman had girls on the brain.

Bo: Oh.

Caroline: And I think maybe my grandson is getting over Belle.

Bo: Well, I hope so because he doesn't have much choice.

Shawn D.: No, I don't.

Caroline: So, who's the girl?

Gloriane: Mimi, it's so good to see you again. It's been a while, honey. How've you been? You know the last time you were in, we were getting you all dolled up for a big night. Oh, let me see your ring. Oh, jeez, me and my big mouth. Wasn't a certain someone going to propose?

Mimi: So I thought, but he didn't.

Gloriane: Oh.

Mimi: So I did, and he said no.

Gloriane: Oh.

Mimi: But then he did, and I said yes. But we broke it off.

Gloriane: [Sighs] I see. Well, it really has been a long time, hasn't it? So is there any chance for a reconciliation you think?

Mimi: No, he, um, he got some dream job in another city.

Gloriane: Oh. In other words, he got cold feet. "Honey, I'm gonna go on ahead by myself, and when I get situated and build us a little nest egg, I'll call for you." But instead it was aloha and a steel guitar. Oh, jeez. You know, I've heard that story a thousand times. Men think we're so stupid. [Scoffs] Oh, well, that's too bad, honey, but, you know, it's okay. It's okay. Things happen for a reason. So, you seeing anyone else these days?

Mimi: [Chuckles]

Gloriane: There is someone, isn't there? [Chuckles]

Mimi: N-n-n-n-no.

Gloriane: [Laughing] Oh, come on. Come on. I bet you haven't told a single soul, have you? And you're dying to talk to somebody. I can see it in your eyes. [Chuckles] Come on. Who am I gonna tell? I'm a perfect stranger, more or less. So...who is he? Anybody I'd know?

Mimi: Shawn Brady.

Gloriane: Get out! [Laughs]

[Slow tempo music plays]

Alex: Listen to the music, Marlena. Just listen. Then you'll know what you have to do. [Music stops]

Alex: Now, just in case that didn't do the trick...

John: I can't believe that you still want a divorce. Two minutes ago, we were sitting here together going through that photo album. Don't tell me that you weren't affected by that.

Marlena: Well, of course I was. John, this book is filled with pictures of people who were so incredibly happy and in love. I mean, smiling babies and darling children growing up. I just don't have any memory of it.

John: And we were talking about how our love has always gotten us through these hard times.

Marlena: No, you were talking about that. You were trying to convince me of how much I loved you.

John: And I was getting through to you. I know that I was. And then that phone call came in. And you wouldn't tell me who was on the other end.

Marlena: I did tell you. It was a wrong number.

John: No, no, no. That was North, wasn't it? My God, that was Dr. North, wasn't it? Yeah, this whole thing stinks of him. What is he doing to you? What kind of thoughts is he putting into your head?

Marlena: He's not putting any thoughts in my head, John. You're the person who's trying to force me to remember my past. And as long as I'm married to you, I can't begin to find out who I really am.

John: But I love you. You love me.

Marlena: I'm sure I did, but I don't have any feelings for you any-- anymore. Look, that's why I want the divorce, and that's why I need to ask you...to move out... as soon as possible.

Jack: Okay. No, wait a minute. Wait a minute. We have to talk. Man to baby. I'm sure you're not gonna understand any of this. I don't understand it, either. First of all, it's incomprehensible to me that I wasn't there when you were born. And to add insult to injury... I'm not gonna be there to watch you grow up. Look...you know, I-I-I had two dads growing up, and, uh...I think that you'd do a lot better than me. You know why? Because speaking as your...as your first father, as your real father, I love you more than words can say. [Sighs] Look, I got to tell you something. You're gonna hear it from others, but you might as well hear it from me first. Your grandfather was...pretty famous around these parts. I mean...he was Senator Harper Deveraux, and he was a politician, but...he became a lot more famous for some other things that he did towards the end. Some not very nice things that I...I-I don't really think I need to tell you about. Just suffice to say that I was adopted. So anyone who tells you that he's your real grandfather, it's not true. Not that your real grandfather was much of a stand-up citizen, either, but... I guess I haven't been a stand-up citizen, either, from time to time. But I'd like to feel like I turned it around, you know, with your mother's help. With Jennifer's help. And then you -- Abigail came along, and then you. You changed everything. You changed me... for the better. [Sighs] Still, you're not gonna remember me. I-I-I know that. That's a fact, Jack. Just like I-I never really remembered my real father. But...I'm still gonna leave you something. Something you're gonna have your whole life. It'll be my legacy to you. And that's... that's a father figure. Someone you can look up to. I'm talking about Frankie Brady. And...I know. I...I know. What am I thinking? Pushing your mother into another man's arms. Tell you the truth, every time I think about it, it just -- it kills me just a little bit faster, too.

Jennifer: No. No, I knew. I knew that something was wrong, and I was afraid that Jack could be sick, but this can't be true. I mean, he can't be dying.

Frankie: Jen, why don't you talk to Jack about this?

Jennifer: No, he doesn't want me to know. When I said that I knew he was hiding something from me -- my gosh, I didn't know it could be this, but it says right here this medicine is only used to treat a fatal disease.

Frankie: Well, if there's a treatment, then --

Jennifer: Frankie, it's not a cure. It's not a cure. It is prolonging the inevitable. [Voice breaking] Oh, my God. This can't be happening. How am I gonna live without my husband?

Kate: [Sighs] Okay, John. Where'd you disappear to? You're not at Basic Black. You're not at the gym. There's just one other place you could be.

John: Move out? Move out?! My God, now I know you're not thinking clearly.

Marlena: You're right. You're right. I can't think clearly. I don't have a moment to myself anymore. And as soon as I put some separation between you and me, maybe I can think more clearly and maybe try to figure out my life.

John: Look -- [Telephone rings] What?!

Kate: John? Are you okay?

John: Not a good time. Look...Marlena, if we just have a few min--

Alex: Everything all right?

John: Second time I've been asked that question in the last 20 seconds. No, it's not all right! I want you out of my house! Get out of here! You're doing this to her. All because you can't stand the fact that I'm questioning your ethics and your damn practice.

Alex: I have done nothing to Marlena but try to help her. And as I have said many times, that treatment would have been better served had she remained isolated at my cabin.

John: At your cabin?! The only thing you were gonna serve her at your cabin was yourself.

Alex: All of this tension between the two of you is your fault, John. Now, you know she feels that you're pushing her, and yet somehow you can't stop yourself. You know she is so fragile that she can't deal with all this interference from her family and friends, and yet you keep interfering.

John: Are you saying that she shouldn't be around the people that love her? You're out of your mind, because her family and friends are the only ones that are gonna pull her out of this! Ma-- listen, I-I-I will do anything that you ask that will make you feel comfortable, but, please, don't ask me to move out of here.

Marlena: I'm sorry. My mind's made up.

Jennifer: Wait. Wait, I just remembered something. Lexie -- she prescribed this -- this medicine to Jack. I'm gonna call her and have her come right over.

Frankie: Wait a minute. I would wait until you talk to Jack.

Jennifer: No. I'm not gonna talk to Jack, 'cause I know how he'll react. He'll avoid my questions. He'll tell some stupid jokes and tell me that everything's gonna be fine. And I know that's what he does. And the one thing that I learned with Jack is you do your homework and you get all the facts, and then I'm gonna call him on it. And that is how I'm gonna find out the truth about this whole thing.

[Telephone rings]

Lexie: Dr. Carver.

Jennifer: Lexie, it's Jennifer.

Lexie: Hey, Jen.

Jennifer: Hey, are you busy right now?

Lexie: No, no, not really. What is it?

Jennifer: Um, it's Jack. Something's wrong.

Lexie: I'll be right there.

Jennifer: If my husband's dying, I'm gonna find out for sure.

Shawn D.: No offense, Grandma, but I really don't want to talk about my love life or lack of one.

Caroline: Oh, well, at least not with your grandma. Well, I think this is the point where I remember that I have an appointment.

Shawn D.: I love you.

Caroline: [Laughs] I'll see you two later.

Shawn D.: All right.

Bo: Okay, Ma. So, maybe you want to talk to your old man?

Shawn D.: There's nothing to talk about.

Bo: Okay. So, is this girl you could be interested in Mimi?

Shawn D.: Why would you say that?

Bo: Oh, I don't know. You happen to live with her. You've always been pretty close.

Shawn D.: Yeah, we have.

Bo: So, you gonna pursue this?

Shawn D.: I don't know. We've always been good friends up until recently. Now I'm thinking there could be more.

Gloriane: Shawn Brady? Oh, yummy! That guy is such a hunk. I've seen his picture in the papers. I want to know all about him.

Mimi: Well, there's really not much to tell. I mean...he was my first crush. Actually, he was my first kiss.

Gloriane: Oh, what happened? Not a good kisser?

Mimi: Oh, I definitely wouldn't say that. Um, you know, it was just kind of hard to tell back then. We were kids. Friends. And it wasn't really a real kiss.

Gloriane: Well, but, you still remember it after all these years. And now you're together. That's great. And friends -- you know, that's the best thing. Okay, I'm sensing a "but" in here somewhere. Bet he's got a cute one of those, too.

Mimi: [Chuckles] Well, not long after he kissed me in Paris...

Gloriane: In Paris? Oui, oui.

Mimi: [Chuckles] ...He started dating my best friend, so I'm thinking I probably wasn't the best kisser.

Gloriane: Well, it was your first time. You needed practice. And you got it with the jerk who dumped you.

Mimi: Oh, Rex wasn't a jerk.

Gloriane: Anyhow, now you're ready to move on, hmm? Oh, so, what about the best friend?

Mimi: Well, she and Shawn ended up dating for years. But she just married another guy and had his baby, so...

Gloriane: Oh, that's great! That's perfect! So that makes Shawn a free agent, right? So, what's the problemo?

[Loud crash]

Bonnie: That's what I've been telling her. [Laughter]

Mimi: Mom, what are you doing here?

Bonnie: I just came in for a wax, but I think I'm about to give my daughter the most important advice she'll get.

Mimi: I'm afraid.

Bonnie: It's time for you to rope and brand your initials on Shawn Brady's butt. And I've got just the thing to help you do it. [Chuckles]

John: Whatever he has done to you, it's gonna stop right now.

Alex: Done to her?

John: That's right.

Marlena: I need you to pack your things and just go. Please, just go.

John: But he gets to stay? This is our home! We created a life together, and I'll be damned if I'll let you throw it away just because you don't remember. What's gonna happen when you snap out of this and you realize what a mistake you've made?

Alex: You're the one making the mistake, John.

John: You open your mouth one more time, I'm gonna put my fist in it.

Marlena: I need you to stop this and just go. Just pack your things and just go.

John: God, I can't believe that it's come to this. I'll send for my things.

Marlena: [Sobbing]

Alex: It's okay.

John: Come on, come on.

Kate: John. What happened?

Jack: Now, you know better than anyone how important your mommy is. I mean, I think dads are special, but your mom is the most important person in your life. I'll tell you the truth -- I hope you take after your mother in every way, because having just one parent like Jennifer Horton Deveraux is gonna make you the luckiest kid around. And, uh...now, for icing on the cake, if you all have Frankie Brady as a father, you're gonna be set. I know that he'd be crazy not to want Jennifer in his life. I know he wants that. Now we just got to make sure that... that, that's what your mommy wants, too.

Frankie: Jen, you know that Lexie can't tell you anything even if she wanted to.

Jennifer: I know all about doctor/patient confidentiality, but Lexie's my friend. She will tell me if something's wrong. [Doorbell rings] There she is.

Frankie: Okay, I got it. Excuse me. Hey.

Lexie: Hi, Frankie. Where is she?

Jennifer: Hey, Lex. Thank you for coming by so quickly.

Lexie: What's wrong?

Jennifer: Well, I think that's what you need to tell me. What's wrong with my husband? I found those in his jacket. Please tell me that my husband isn't dying.

Mimi: I can't believe my Mom ran out to the valet in her robe.

Caroline: And neither can I.

Mimi: Mrs. Brady.

Caroline: I saw your mother in the parking lot.

Mimi: I bet that was a pretty sight.

Caroline: What was so important? I mean, did she forget her wallet or something?

Mimi: Um... oh, my God. You were serious. You actually had that in the trunk of your car?

Bonnie: Damn right. I never know when I'll have the opportunity to lasso a strapping young bull. And if I like what I see, I will brand his hot little butt with my initials, just like you should do with Shawn Brady.

Caroline: Hello, Bonnie.

Gloriane: Okay, Bonnie. It's wax time. Oh, my God. You weren't kidding.

Bonnie: Great little icebreaker, huh? It's for my restaurant.

Gloriane: Right. Well, let's leave your little sex toys here, and come with me. Over here, over here.

Mimi: I apologize, Mrs. Brady, about what my Mom just said about branding Shawn.

Caroline: I assume she wasn't speaking literally.

Mimi: I hope not. And I want you to know that even if she was, I wouldn't be taking her advice. Besides, there's nothing really going on between Shawn and me.

Caroline: Oh. Well, I had the impression that there might be.

Mimi: Really, why?

Caroline: Grandmothers know these things.

Mimi: Okay, okay. The truth is, um...Shawn and I sort of kissed.

Caroline: Ah.

Mimi: But if you don't want to hear this...

Caroline: Oh, I'd be happy to lend an ear if you want someone to talk to.

Mimi: Well, I must say, it would be nice to talk to somebody sane for once. I mean, I'm pretty sure you're not carrying around a branding iron in the trunk of your car. But it is a little bizarre saying these things to Shawn's grandma.

Caroline: Well, if you don't feel comfortable, dear, don't --

Mimi: No, you know what? Actually, you're probably the perfect person. Um...okay, so this kiss -- the kiss was pretty intense, actually.

Caroline: Uh-huh.

Mimi: But then that was it. Still I -- still I just -- I wonder --

Caroline: You wonder if there might be something more?

Mimi: Exactly.

Caroline: Well, if you want to find that out, here's what you have to do.

Jennifer: Why did you give my husband this prescription, Lex?

Lexie: Jennifer, you know I can't tell you that. I'm bound by doctor/patient confidentiality.

Jennifer: Lexie, that doesn't apply to us. This is Jack we're talking about. The love of my life. The father of my children, remember?

Lexie: Look, I'm sorry, okay? I wish that I could discuss Jack's medical history with you, but I can't.

Jennifer: Lexie, I'm not someone that you see every six months. You're my best friend. I've known you my whole adult life. Think of everything that we have been through together. Okay. Okay, let's pretend we're not talking about Jack. I want your medical opinion. I looked this drug up on the internet. It said that it is prescribed exclusively for patients who have a terminal condition, Lexie. Is there any hope? Am I jumping to some crazy conclusion or is my husband really gonna die?

Lexie: I'm sorry, Jennifer. I can't help you.

Jennifer: Yes, you can help me! If this were Abe and I was a doctor, I'd be the first person on your doorstep, Lexie.

Lexie: Jennifer, I wish that I could help you, okay, but if you want answers, you're going to have to take it up with Jack.

Jack: Jennifer... what's wrong?

Jennifer: I know.

Alex: [Clears throat] Got some tea coming up. Here you go.

Marlena: Oh, thank you. Oh, it's warm.

Alex: Yes.

Marlena: Alex...I'm wondering if I did the right thing. I mean, asking John to leave. And then something just sort of snapped, and I thought it was -- I thought it was what I should do.

Alex: Of course it's what you should have done. You did do the right thing, and that took a lot of courage. I can't even being to tell you how far back he has set your recovery just because he thought he knew better.

Marlena: Yeah. I am glad that I was here for Belle and the baby, though.

Alex: Well, of course. And so am I. But now, for their sake, too, you have to get better. And the only way you're going to achieve that is if we keep you in a controlled environment.

Marlena: I'm glad you're staying here.

Alex: I have to. I'm your doctor... and your friend.

Kate: So, Marlena asked for a divorce, huh? I thought she was making progress.

John: Was.

Kate: What happened?

John: I don't know. Just -- at the Java Café, talking about Belle and the baby, and then North rolls in and sits down at our table.

Kate: So I guess that answers that question. He's the one who's pulling the strings.

John: I know, but the thing is it wasn't until after he left that she did this turnaround and asked me for the divorce.

Kate: And you didn't agree, did you?

John: I agreed to move out. She didn't really give me any choice.

Kate: So what are you gonna do now?

John: Kate, is it okay if we don't talk about this? Um...look, I'm sorry that I hung up on you the way I did. It's just that we were kind of in the middle of all of it, and it's --

Kate: It's okay. Don't be silly.

John: [Inhales deeply] So, what's new in your life?

Kate: Never mind. I don't think it's a good time to talk about it.

John: No, it's a good time, 'cause all I got right now is time, so...at least until I figure out what else I'm gonna do.

Kate: Okay. Then maybe it will help get your mind off your problems. Maybe it will even help with your problems.

John: Okay, I'm all ears. What is it?

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

Shawn D.: I don't know if Mimi or I are ready to move on. Maybe I never will be. I know I have to try. But the last thing I want to do is to hurt her.

Bo: Sounds like you care about her a lot.

Shawn D.: I do. She has been there for me through this entire Belle thing.

Bo: You've been there for her.

Shawn D.: Yeah, we have been spending quite a bit of time together over these past few months. I don't know why I didn't see earlier. I think something just clicked, you know, for me anyhow.

Bo: Did the same thing happen for her?

Shawn D.: I don't know. I'm thinking it might have.

Bo: Hmm. Why don't you go pay that little girl a visit?

Shawn D.: And take grandma's rose?

Bo: Yeah.

Shawn D.: All right. Thanks, Dad.

Bo: Yeah. Call me.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I will.

Jack: What do you mean you know?

Jennifer: Why don't you tell me? What are these, Jack?

Jack: Well, uh...Lexie prescribed me antibiotics --

Jennifer: Stop lying to me! These are not antibiotics. Lexie didn't tell me anything. I looked it up on the internet. These are to combat side effects for people who have a terminal illness, Jack. And I asked Lexie to confirm that, but it seems the two of you have a little doctor/patient conspiracy --

Jack: Confidentiality.

Jennifer: I know exactly what it is! Please, just -- can you check on Jack Jr. for me? Tell me. Tell me it is not true, Jack.

Jack: It's not true, Jack.

Jennifer: Stop it! Please, tell me that you are not taking those pills because you're dying, please.

Jack: Do you have any idea how much I love you right now? I told myself when I came back to you this time, I was never gonna take you for granted again, and I haven't. You and the kids have given me so much. You have given me more than I could ever ask for. I couldn't ask for anything more. Except maybe a chance to grow old with you.

Jennifer: That's not gonna happen, is it?

Jack: No, I'm afraid it's not.

Jennifer: [Sobbing]

Caroline: [Purrs]

Bonnie: Where's Mimi?

Caroline: Oh, she's gone to cook dinner for my grandson.

Bonnie: Oh, my God. She's gonna lose him for good.

Caroline: Oh, I don't think so. This is one of my no-miss recipes.

Bonnie: Yeah, well, uh, no offense, Caroline, but, uh, I think we should bring him the most important part of the meal -- the dessert.

Gloriane: [Laughs]

Bonnie: [Chuckles]

Mimi: Okay, these come next, right? Right. Okay, preheat -- oh, I did that. Why are there onions in it? That seems kind of gross. Hi!

Shawn D.: Hey.

Mimi: Hi.

Shawn D.: What smells so good?

Mimi: Um, you hungry?

Shawn D.: Oh, macaroni and cheese. I love macaroni and cheese.

Mimi: I know! I ran into your grandmother at the salon, and she gave me her recipe.

Shawn D.: Wow, all right. Wait, did she tell you about the --

Mimi: You like it a little crispy and burned on top? Yeah, I got that. [ Chuckles]

Shawn D.: Here. For you.

Mimi: But you didn't even know I was cooking.

Shawn D.: 'Cause this has nothing to do with it.

Mimi: Thank you. It's beautiful.

Shawn D.: Yeah, well, so are you, even with all that flour on your face. Right there. You got a little...spot there.

Mimi: It's embarrassing.

Shawn D.: You got that... there.

Bo: Yeah, yeah, your son and I had a really good talk. I think so. Shawn may be ready to move on.

Kate: So, Austin says, "thanks to you, Mom, I just saved Sami." All of the crimes that she committed, she can't be prosecuted for any of them.

John: So then it's over Mickey talked to the D.A., and the D.A. dropped the charges, right?

Kate: But obviously they were bringing a case, so they must have had charges.

John: Treason is kind of out of the scope of the Salem P.D., don't you think?

Kate: Yes. I do. But there is one charge that she could be prosecuted for.

John: Yeah, what's that?

Kate: If you had her charged with being a drug dealer.

John: No, no, no. Forget about it, Kate. That's just not gonna happen.

Kate: Why not?

John: Come on, Kate. Sami's not a street dealer. All the D.A. has to do is say, "hey, John, how much did she charge you for the drugs?" And John will say, "nothing." Then the D.A. will not be interested.

Kate: But you're an ISA agent.

John: If I bring charges against Marlena's daughter, it's just gonna make things worse between the two of us.

Kate: They're pretty bad right now, aren't they? She kicked you out of the house. She's asked you for a divorce.

John: She doesn't know what she's doing. She's got amnesia. It's not gonna happen. I can't do that to either one of them.

Kate: Marlena doesn't know what she's giving up.

John: Well, she may be giving up, but I'm not.

Kate: Of course not.

John: You know, Kate... when I first came to Salem looking for my identity, I had the most motivated therapist in the world in Marlena. I still never got my memory back. What if it happens to Marlena? What if I have lost her for good?

Marlena: Hmm. Gosh...I'm feeling a little bit woozy. [Laughs]

Alex: Why don't you just sit here and relax. I'll put on some soothing music.

Marlena: I'd like that.

Alex: Okay. [Slow tempo music plays] Now it's time my work really began.

Lexie: He's out. Fell asleep the second I put him in his crib.

Frankie: It's so hard to look at that little guy, knowing what's gonna happen to his dad.

Lexie: I wish I could have told Jennifer the truth.

Frankie: I'm glad it's over. Jen finding those pills is the best thing that could have happened because now...there are no more secrets.

Jennifer: God, I feel... I feel like I have lost you twice in the last two years, Jack.

Jack: Well, you know what they say -- third time's a charm.

Jennifer: Please, don't.

Jack: I'm sorry. I don't know. I don't know what to say. I don't know how to -- I don't know how to deal with this. I don't want to deal with it, and I'd give anything to keep you and the kids from having to deal with it.

Jennifer: What did Lexie say? I mean, how long --

Jack: Lexie doesn't know. She doesn't know anything. She just knows that it -- she knows I don't have much time.

Jennifer: God, why didn't you tell me? Why didn't you confide in me, Jack? Why?

Jack: I -- I was in denial at first. I -- I kept thinking maybe...maybe...maybe Lexie was wrong. Maybe somebody else, maybe another doctor could help me.

Jennifer: Listen to me. A husband and wife -- they are in this together, for better for worse, in sickness and in health. Why did you feel like you had to go through this alone? Tell me.

Jack: I couldn't bear watching you go through...the loss and the worry and the grief.

Jennifer: I'm not going to. I'm not going to. Listen -- we're gonna fight this. Do you understand me? I haven't even spoken to my Dad. I need to call him, and I need to call Mike, and we're gonna find a specialist. You understand me? We're gonna beat this, Jack.

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

Jennifer: [Sobbing]

Jack: I'm sorry.

Marlena: It's beautiful.

Alex: You certainly are.

Kate: He probably thinks no one's going to stop him from getting what he wants.

Philip: To good friends, loving relationships, and beautiful, healthy children.

Jack: It won't be hard to forget that I'm dying?

Jennifer: No, it won't be because it isn't going to happen. You aren't.

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