Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 6/8/06 - Canada; Friday 6/9/06 - U.S.A.
Provided By Eric
Proofread By Niki
Belle: Okay, so what do you think, too skimpy? Mimi. Hello, are you okay?
Mimi: No, I'm not. I have a confession to make. I don't deserve to have Shawn's baby.
Belle: Of course you do.
Mimi: No, I don't! No, I donít. Not after -- not after -- Belle --
Belle: Oh, my God. Are you --
Sami: All right, what are we doing here?
E.J.: You'll see.
Sami: There are no good surprises at hospitals. E.J., this is Lexie Carver's office.
E.J.: Good -- exactly who I want to see.
Sami: Last person I want to see.
Lexie: Come in. What are you doing here, Sami?
Sami: I have no idea.
Lexie: Who are you?
E.J.: Hi. Dr. Carver, my name is E.J. Wells. I am the new product spokesperson for Basic Black, and I'm also working with Sami and Austin over at Reed and Company.
Lexie: Oh, well, no wonder you need a doctor. Sorry, I'm not a psychiatrist, but if you have a bleeding ulcer...
Sami: Shut up, Lexie.
E.J.: Ladies. Actually, if you, um, if you give me a moment to listen to what I have to say, I think you'll find that my visit is worthwhile.
E.J.: Well, first of all, I'm a race car driver for England, and I just am over in the States to compete on the professional racing circuit.
Sami: He's actually a very famous race car driver.
E.J.: Samantha. You'd never heard of me. I'm quite sure Dr. Carver hasn't, either.
Lexie: I don't understand what any of this has to do with me.
E.J.: I would like to donate the winnings from my last race in Germany to help breast-cancer research here at the University Hospital.
Lexie: Really? Well, that's incredible. I don't know if Samiís told you, but I had a cancer scare myself, recently.
Dr. Butler: So how are we feeling today?
Jack: Well... I can't speak for you, but I feel like crap. Not that I, uh, don't appreciate the attention, doc. I mean... I knew that this lifesaving procedure was gonna be a long shot, but, well, what else can you expect from a rare fatal disease, huh? Yeah. Win some, lose some, huh, doc? Look, you can just go ahead and tell me the truth. I can handle it. I'm not gonna make it through this. I'm not going home to Jennifer, am I?
Jennifer: So what do you think Chelsea's chances are?
Frankie: Slim to none.
Jennifer: Wow. I don't think I want you to be my lawyer.
Frankie: Look, I'm sorry. You don't understand. Judge Lawler doesn't believe in giving people second chances. Video evidence is clear cut, and once Hope testifies, it's just gonna make her sentence longer.
Jennifer: Hi, honey.
Abby: Mom, I'm really scared for Chelsea. Frankie, you're her lawyer. You can't give up on her.
Frankie: There's no way I'm gonna give up on her. Abby, I promise I will defend her to the best of my ability, okay?
Jennifer: We're gonna go sit down.
Will: I hope Chelsea gets what's coming to her. She killed my cousin Zack. I hope the judge throws the book at her.
Caroline: Will, do you know what that means, "throw the book at her"?
Will: Grandma, I'm not stupid. Of course I do.
Max: You all right?
Chelsea: No, of course I'm not all right. But I am counting on my guardian angel to come through for me today.
Billie: What's going on, Mother?
Billie: What do you mean, "nothing"? I saw the way Chelsea just looked at you. She's up to something. Have you done something to help?
Kate: No, it was too late.
Billie: What do you mean "it was too late"? What have you done, Mother?
Kate: It doesn't matter because it's not gonna happen, okay? Honey, just focus on Bo today because I think he's gonna need you more than ever.
Bo: Hey. How are you doing?
Hope: Probably about as well as you. I don't know if I can relive Zack's death again.
Bo: Yeah, I know.
Shawn D.: Have you decided what you're gonna say on the stand?
Bo: I'm gonna tell the truth.
Shawn D.: Which version?
Bo: Chelsea and I will both take responsibility for what we did.
Shawn D.: So in other words, you're gonna protect her.
Bo: I would do everything I could to protect you.
Shawn D.: I wouldn't hit an innocent child and just leave him there to die.
Bo: No, you'd just ride your motorcycle through a church window, risking 50 people's lives.
Hope: Stop it, please.
Bo: I'm trying to tell you, Shawn. There are two sides to this. Nobody's perfect.
Shawn D.: Well, that's certainly true. Come on, why don't we go sit down?
Bo: Hey, Mom.
Caroline: Oh, Bo, I wish I could help you through this.
Bo: Yeah. I love Hope so much, and... Chelsea does need to be punished, but I can't turn my back on her.
Caroline: We all make sacrifices for our children.
Victor: Don't do anything to risk losing the woman you love. You do that, you'll regret it for the rest of your life.
Shawn D.: You still want to be with him, don't you?
Hope: Yeah, I do. But first your father has to show me whose side he's on. Today we'll know for sure.
Bo: Everything's gonna be okay, all right? I'm gonna sit right here with Frankie.
Baliff: All rise. The honorable Judge Steven Lawler presiding.
Judge Lawler: Be seated. Okay, in the case of the People vs. Chelsea Brady, I have made a decision. There will be no trial. [Spectators murmur] [ Gavel bangs] I'm not finished. Order, please. I am not finished!
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of our Lives.
Jack: If I'm not gonna survive, obviously I won't get back in touch with my wife. I want Jennifer to... move on with her life... with Frankie, if she hasn't already. No heroics here... unless...you have...a better idea again.
Dr. Butler: I'm afraid not, Jack. As you probably have gathered, I have bad news.
Abby: I can't believe it. I mean, I asked for a miracle for dad and didn't get it, then I asked for a miracle for Chelsea. Maybe God's finally answering my prayers.
Jennifer: Shh. Let's hear what he says.
Bettis: I object, your Honor. The state has a very strong case against the defendant. Dismissing these charges would be a miscarriage of justice.
Judge Lawler: Order. Order, please. I'm not finished. Since I was just assigned the case, I'm unfamiliar with the parties involved. Therefore, I won't see the jury. Today we'll hold an informal hearing so that I can be brought up to speed. Would the D.A. and the counsel for the defense please approach? Everyone, relax till we get started.
Shawn D.: This is strange.
Hope: I wonder what this means for Chelsea.
Shawn D.: I don't know. I'll throw her in jail if I have to do it myself.. I don't care what dad says.
Chelsea: Dad, what's going on? Does this mean I don't have to have a trial?
Bo: I wouldn't count on it. This judge is tough. Plus, he had a grandson who was killed by a hit-and-run driver.
Chelsea: Good, then I'm dead.
Kate: [Thinking] Well, I haven't heard from Eve yet. If she couldn't destroy the evidence, it's gonna be too late for Chelsea.
Billie: Mom, you want to tell me what's going on now?
Kate: I don't know what's going on. We're just gonna have to hope for the best.
Billie: But you are involved in this somehow, aren't you?
Kate: Billie, how could I possibly be involved in this?
Billie: Mother, didn't you once bribe a judge to have Shawn thrown in jail? And now we have a new judge on the case, and he's stopping this in a bizarre way.
Kate: Like I would have -- want the toughest judge in Salem assigned to Chelsea's case. Come on. I have no idea what's going on here.
Frankie: Thank you, your Honor.
Judge Lawler: Order. Let's proceed. I would like to begin the hearing by calling Hope Brady, mother of the deceased victim, Zack Brady.
Chelsea: God help me.
Hope: This is... was... my son Zack. Today would have been his 6th birthday. But today there is no cake... no presents... no party with family and friends. Zack won't get to blow out his candles and make a wish... but I know what his wish would have been... to grow up and make this world a better place. And he would have. But all of his dreams... all of our dreams for his future were taken away from us. Zack was tragically killed by Chelsea Brady. I'm not here today to testify because I want revenge. My Grandfather, Tom Horton, always told me to keep love in my heart... to always show mercy... because, in the end, only...only God can judge a person's sins. As a mother... [Crying] I lost my most precious gift... my child. I'll never be able to tell him how much I love him again. Never be able to hold him in my arms... and nothing will ever bring him back. But if Chelsea Brady goes free, I swear to God, I truly believe that she will end up hurting someone else if what she's done goes unpunished. Your Honor, I want her to learn from this horrific tragedy. I hope to God that we all have. Your Honor... I know Chelsea's fate is up to you... but my son will only rest in peace when justice is done.
Judge Lawler: Thank you. You may take your seat.
Kate: And she says she doesn't want revenge. Please. I'm afraid the judge is gonna nail Chelsea.
Judge Lawler: I'd like to call the victim's father, also the defendant's father, Bo Brady.
Bo: In the few short years that Zack was with us, he touched a lot of lives. Abe and Lexie Carver had the privilege of raising him his first year, and then he came to us at a very difficult time. And, um... he made our life and our family complete. He was a big boy, not a baby anymore, as he would continually remind us -- you know, he's reading and telling jokes, looking forward to kindergarten. It's hard to believe we're, uh... living our lives without our little Tiny Man. But, um... he'll always be with us in our hearts. 'Cause family is important to us, and we always try to be there for each other no matter what. And I couldn't be there for him, um.... right there when he died... and that's... [Voice breaking] I'll never be able to forgive myself for that. I'm sorry. Um... all I can do is what... I think... he would want me to do. He loved his big sister, and she loved him. And I don't believe he would want the tragedy of his death to cause another tragedy for his family. So, your honor, I'm asking you to show Chelsea justice and also leniency because, yes, she is partly responsible for what happened, but I am mostly responsible. So if someone needs to be punished, if someone needs to go to prison, let it be me.
Belle: Here, drink this. What happened?
Mimi: I don't know. All of a sudden, I couldn't catch my breath.
Belle: Well, you said something earlier about not deserving to have Shawn's baby. What was that?
Mimi: Oh, I feel really sick. I feel really sick. What if I'm losing this baby, Belle?
Belle: Are you having cramps? Um...maybe you're having morning sickness.
Mimi: What? You think I'm pregnant? You think it worked?
Belle: Well, if you're nauseated, it could mean that your hormones are trying to support a pregnancy. Mimi, morning sickness is a good sign.
Mimi: Oh, my God. That is the best news of my life! I'm gonna go throw up.
E.J.: Yes, Dr. Carver, Samantha had told me about your cancer scare.
Lexie: If I didn't know you better, Sami, I'd think you actually cared.
Sami: If Lexie dies, it will be on your head. No sin goes unpunished. Change your ways before it's too late.
Sami: Of course I care, Lexie. I only told E.J., though, about your situation because he said he wanted to make a donation, right?
E.J.: Right. It's a great cause. I also, by the way, think that it'd be wonderful P.R. for the hospital and for breast-cancer awareness if you'd consider being the face of the public-relations campaign. A doctor as a patient, if you will. You know, we can follow you through the whole process -- the mammogram, et cetera, et cetera. You could educate a tremendous number of people. I really feel that this could benefit a lot of women.
Lexie: No, it'd be a waste of resources. Coffee?
E.J.: Thank you.
Lexie: Look, I underwent all the tests. I don't have cancer.
E.J.: But don't you also think it'd be worthwhile to show that even a doctor values the importance of getting a second opinion? The message that we're trying to get across here is that women can't be too careful about their health. When it comes to breast-cancer screening, it's so incredibly important.
Lexie: Well, yes, I agree.
E.J.: Good. So will you agree to have a retest? Come on.
Lexie: All right. Okay, sure. It's for a good cause.
E.J.: Bravo. Thank you.
E.J.: Well, ladies, if you don't mind, I'm gonna go and make the necessary arrangements.
Lexie: Okay, Sami, he's gone, so you can stop with the lies. What the hell are you up to now?
Lexie: How did you convince E.J. to go along with your plan? What are you trying to get out of this?
Sami: I had nothing to do with this.
Lexie: You confronted me in the ladies' room at Chez Rouge and hounded me about retaking my medical test. Then all of a sudden, you show up with this E.J. guy, and he wants me to retake the test. You're telling me this is a complete coincidence?
Sami: This was not my idea. E.J. donates money to charity all the time, and you can find out for yourself on the web. It's true. Look, Lexie, he came up with this all on his own, but it's a really good idea, isn't it?
Lexie: Sami, he seems like a nice guy, so do him a favor. Stay out of his life.
Sami: Wait a second. This is just business. We work together, Lexie.
Lexie: Oh, yeah, right.
Sami: I'm engaged to Austin. I'm not a cheater.
Lexie: Oh, come on, Sami. We both know you're hedging your bets for when Austin finds out about all your lies and manipulation -- blackmail.
Sami: If that happens, you can bet that Abe will find out about your affair with Tek.
E.J.: Hi. So, um, Dr. Carver, they're ready for your retest now.
Lexie: Wow, that was fast.
E.J.: Well, that's my profession -- speed, that is. I don't like to waste time, so I wrote them a very generous check.
Lexie: That was very nice of you. I...guess I'll go and do my part now.
E.J.: Thank you.
Sami: E.J., E.J., You're incredible. Thank you.
E.J.: I did it for you, Samantha, because of what you said about wanting to commit yourself to being a good person. But there is one thing. Why is it so important to you that Lexie retake the medical test?
Jack: So the bad news is I'm dying, huh? Not that, that's news. I'm quite used to it, actually. It's June. I must be dying again.
Dr. Butler: Your immune system is breaking down. I'm sorry, Jack. The prognosis is not good. I think it's time to start that hospice care we talked about. We'll get you a new room as soon as one becomes available. I wish I could do more.
Jack: Well, at least Jennifer won't have to know that I'm dying all over again.
Judge Lawler: Now, why do you think you should be the one punished for your daughter's actions, Detective Brady?
Bo: Because I'm the one who signed the release form allowing her to drive after she had lost her license. I loaned her my S.U.V. that night, so it's my fault. I'm the reason Zack is dead.
Judge Lawler: I understand you feel responsible as a father, detective, however you are not criminally liable. You weren't the one that was reaching for a cellphone. You weren't the one that took your eyes off of the road and killed an innocent young victim. You were not the hit-and-run driver who left the scene and then lied to the police about it, were you?
Bo: I did lie to the police, yes, to try to protect my daughter. Your honor, I'm the adult here. I should have known better. I should have taught my daughter better. And we've all been punished the worst punishment possible. We lost Zack. Yes, your honor, Chelsea has to be held responsible for her actions in this accident, but she's sorry. She didn't know she had hit her little brother -- my son.
Jennifer: Bo's trying to do the right thing.
Hope: We'll see.
Judge Lawler: The court thanks you for your honesty and candor, Detective Brady. You may be seated. And before I hear from the defendant, Chelsea Brady, I want to see the evidence against her.
Bettis: I have a video disc right here, your honor. I believe the court will find the evidence so conclusive and so incriminating that there is no way you'll find the defendant not guilty.
Judge Lawler: I'll be the one to judge that -- no pun intended. Set it up, please. Let's have a look.
Frankie: There's still time to change your plea, throw yourself on the mercy of the court before the judge looks at that disc.
Chelsea: No. No, I'm not gonna change my plea.
Bettis: Ready, your honor.
Judge Lawler: Proceed.
Belle: All right, I think if we start with some peppermint tea, that will probably help settle your stomach.
Mimi: No. No peppermint. I once had a peppermint-schnapps hangover in college, and I feel just like I did then.
Belle: Okay. All right, well, here, sit down, and I'll get you some ginger tea. You know, ginger is actually a known remedy for nausea.
Mimi: Belle, I don't think there's anything left in my stomach. That's why I couldn't throw up.
Belle: Mimi, you have to eat something. Now, I know that you really like chocolate croissants --
Mimi: No, that's the last thing I need. Aren't I supposed to have, like, crackers or applesauce?
Belle: Well, yeah. And see, Java Cafť has this really awesome dish for pregnant women, which is why I brought you here.
Mimi: What is it?
Belle: Well, it has bananas and coconut milk with maple syrup, flaxseed.
Mimi: Oh, God.
Belle: No, no, no. Listen, Mimi, listen. The potassium from the bananas, it helps release all your aches and pains. And then the coconut milk, it helps build body mass for the baby. And then maple syrup -- yum. And it's way better than regular sugar. And then the flaxseed oil, it has all these essential fatty acids.
Mimi: Belle, I don't think there is any way I could keep that down right now, sorry. I hate to even think about complaining, but please, God, tell me I'm not gonna feel like this for nine months.
Belle: No, actually, morning sickness usually only lasts for the first trimester.
Mimi: I'll probably have it the whole time and still gain a ton of weight. Just watch. It'll be so worth it if --
Belle: Oh, God, Mimi, just sit back. Here, take some deep breaths.
Mimi: I feel like I'm gonna die. I feel like I'm gonna die!
Sami: Lexie Carver is a family friend.
E.J.: Samantha, I heard your conversation out there. The two of you can't stand each other.
Sami: I care about her health.
E.J.: Yes, but you don't care about her.
Sami: Look, what you saw, she's angry at me because I keep nagging at her to keep taking the tests, and she's just being stubborn. And yet you found a way to make her listen. It's amazing.
E.J.: It was nothing.
Sami: No, it was something. E.J., You have a way of getting to people even if you've just met them.
E.J.: Yeah, likewise. It's interesting getting to know one another, isn't it?
Sami: I wish I knew what was going on in your head right now.
E.J.: I bet you do. Still, every man needs to have a certain element of mystery, wouldn't you say, and every woman?
Lexie: Okay, I'm finished with the test and the needle biopsy. The results should be ready soon.
E.J.: How are you feeling? Are you okay?
Lexie: Yeah. Yeah. The second time around, it was much easier. I wasn't so anxious for the test results. The first time, I was a real mess, but, thank God, the tests were completely normal. And I'm sure these tests will be completely normal, too. Yeah.
Jack: Who is that?
Dr. Butler: It's an orderly. He works in hospice care.
Nurse: His temperature is spiking.
Dr. Butler: He's at high risk for sepsis. I'm afraid if he gets an infection, it's gonna kill him.
Hope: What's going on?
Shawn D.: It's just snow.
Chelsea: This could be good, right?
Bettis: Your honor, I observed this DVD earlier. The evidence is there. It just must be a technical glitch. Just give me a minute.
Judge Lawler: One minute, counselor.
Max: What the hell is going on? Is the evidence there or not?
Chelsea: Of course it's there. I knew this was too good to be true. We should have run away when we had the chance.
Max: It's too late now.
Bettis: Your honor, I don't know what's going on. The evidence was on this DVD earlier.
Hope: I saw that video. What happened?
Shawn D.: I don't know.
Billie: What's going on, Bo?
Judge Lawler: Ms. Bettis, I suggest you call the police and make sure you have the right disc.
Bettis: Thank you. I'll do that.
Jennifer: What's going on?
Frankie: If they don't find that surveillance disc, it'll change everything. I can't believe this. I really canít.
Chelsea: Does this mean I don't have to go to jail?
Frankie: Don't get your hopes up yet.
Will: This is bogus. Chelsea can't get away with this.
Abby: I don't want my friend going to jail.
Will: Zack was our cousin.
Abby: Chelsea's your cousin, too. Okay, yeah, she made a mistake, but it was an accident. People have to learn to forgive her. Look at your mom, Will. She's done some pretty bad things.
Will: Tell me about it.
Abby: And you've forgiven her, right?
Will: Well, I don't know. Pretty much. Yeah, I guess.
Abby: And so have lots of other people.
Will: Not everyone.
Abby: Well, think how that makes her feel. Think how that makes you feel.. I mean, do you really wish that on someone else? Chelsea's already lost her brother and the parents who raised her. Do you think she deserves to lose everything?
Maggie: How can justice be served if they can't find the evidence?
Victor: There's no question that this will give the D.A. a more rock-solid case, but they have other evidence. They have her confession. They have Bo's damaged S.U.V.
Caroline: This must be driving hope crazy. But I bet a part of her is wondering if this is what Zack would want.
Bo: This is nuts. What the hell happened to that disc?
Kate: Oh, my God. What happened? I thought it was too late.
Eve: I found the disc just before the police officer came in to get it, so I peeled off the evidence label and put it on a blank disc.
Kate: That's for you.
Eve: And that's for you.
Kate: Are you sure that you can't get caught?
Eve: Oh, don't worry. I couldn't have planned it better if I tried. Computer records are gonna show that Detective Bo Brady was the one in the evidence room.
Kate: So everyone's going to think that Bo was the one who took the evidence.
Eve: That's right. Is that a problem?
Kate: No. Actually, that's a bonus. And this...is a bonus for you. I'll be in touch.
Eve: It'll be our little secret.
Judge Lawler: Any luck, Ms. Bettis?
Bettis: Your honor, this disc is labeled correctly, but it's entirely blank. Someone must have tampered with the evidence.
Judge Lawler: Are you sure you didn't accidentally erase it?
Bettis: I'm absolutely positive.
Bo: I got to figure out what happened here.
Judge Lawler: Well, I am ordering a complete official investigation.
Jack: Jennifer. Jennifer.
Dr. Butler: I'm afraid this could be the beginning of the end. This patient is now in hospice care.
Jack: [Breathing heavily] [Gasps] It's you.
Belle: So feeling any better now that you've got some food in your stomach?
Mimi: Not sure. I don't know how I'm supposed to feel. Last time I was pregnant, I didn't have morning sickness at all. Everything was so easy. I feel like I'm being punished for having an abortion.
Belle: No, Mimi, you're not being punished.
Mimi: Well, I can't have a baby the natural way. And if this is the only egg they can harvest, this might be my only chance to have a baby with Shawn. And I know how much it means to him to have his own child like Claire.
Belle: Like Claire? Mimi, what is it?
Mimi: Belle, I have a confession to make.
E.J.: Here's your coffee.
Sami: Oh, thank you.
E.J.: You know, I don't really know if you need to be drinking that, though. You seem very tense as it is.
Sami: I'm just wondering why we haven't heard about Lexie's test results yet. You don't think it's a bad sign, do you, that we haven't heard?
E.J.: I don't think it is. I'm just kind of curious as to why you seem more nervous about this than Dr. Carver does.
Sami: Look, I'm just afraid that Lexie is living in a dream world. It could be bad news. It really could.
E.J.: It was good news before. I think you're about to find out. Fan of yours?
Nurse: Your test results, Dr. Carver.
Lexie: Thank you.
Lexie: Here you go.
E.J.: What is wrong with you? You look like it was you that was just given a death sentence.
Sami: Let's not go there. I just want to make sure that Lexie's all right. Lexie, do you have cancer or not?
Mimi: I have to tell you the truth.
Mimi: Oh, my God! Oh, my God. I'm having really bad cramps.
Belle: Oh, my God, Mimi.
Mimi: Oh, my God. Something's wrong. Something's really, really, really wrong. Oh, my God! I'm afraid I'm losing my baby! [Groans]
Belle: Oh, my God.
Nurse: Here you go. Have some water. You're really dehydrated.
Jack: My vision is really screwed up. For a second, I thought you were someone I... my...brother. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Talk to me. Say something. Say anything.
Nurse: Come on, just drink. Come on.
Jack: Steve. Steve.
Hope: She had better not get away with this. She needs to be punished.
Judge Lawler: What have you got, officer?
Eve: Your honor, these are the computer records from the evidence room at the police department.
Judge Lawler: Let's see.
Eve: Your honor, this morning only one officer used his security pass to gain access to the evidence room.
Hope: Who was it?
Eve: It was your husband, Detective Bo Brady.
Lexie: Whatever's going on between the two of you, if you're smart, you'll end it now.
Shawn D.: Stop torturing yourself.
Mimi: You don't deserve to be punished just because I do.
Billie: I know that you had something to do with the missing evidence.
Bo: I'm gonna do my damnedest to find out who did so real justice can be served.
Chelsea: What do you mean by "real justice"?
Hope: Where are those divorce papers you drew up? 'Cause now I'm ready to sign.
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