Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 10/12/06 - Canada; Friday 10/13/06 - U.S.A.
Proofread By Niki
Willow: Good morning.
Shawn D.: Good morning.
Willow: This feels so special. I've never woken up with one of my johns before.
Shawn D.: Is that how you think of me -- like one of them?
Willow: No. Of course not. You're my angel, remember? I can't believe everything you've done for me -- getting me off the streets, the job at Chez Rouge.
Shawn D.: Hey, I just introduced you, all right? I got you the interview.. You're the one that landed the job. My Aunt Maggie obviously saw as much potential in you as I did.
Willow: You think so?
Shawn D.: Maybe not the same kind of potential.
Willow: [Giggles] I hope not. I don't know how I can ever thank you.
Shawn D.: You already have in many ways...and not just the ways that you're thinking. I want to tell you, Willow, you're right. You're a good listener. And you're smart, and you're fun to be around. And I just feel like I've found a great new friend.
Willow: Is that how you think of me -- as a friend?
Shawn D.: Is that a problem?
Willow: No. I just don't think I've had any real friends since I ran away from home. I mean, me and the girls used to look out for each other, but that's not the same thing. I forgot how much I missed it. And I don't think I ever had a friend who was a guy.
Shawn D.: Well...now you do.
Willow: So tell me, since I'm new to this, do friends do this?
Bo: Hey, there you are. Ma's working on the apple-smoked bacon. Feeling better today?
Hope: [Sighs] No. I'm so worried about Shawn.
Bo: That makes two of us.
Hope: Bo, I don't even know where he's living, he left Mimi, he lost his job, and he's gonna have to pay Max back.
Bo: I'm gonna hunt him down and find out if there's anything I can do for him.
Hope: Maybe it would be better if I went.
Bo: I know what you're thinking, but, like you said, he's got to know that we're both there for him. We're a family, we love each other, we're there for each other. Nothing's gonna change that.
Hope: Just promise me, please, that you'll go gentle? He already feels he's lost everything he ever believed in.
Bo: Well, I'm gonna prove to him that he hasn’t. I just hope he hasn't gotten himself in any more trouble since last night.
Bo: I don't believe he's showing up here.
Hope: Hey, Patrick.
Bo: After everything you've done to my family, you've got one hell of a nerve showing up here.
Patrick: I haven't done anything to your family. That's why the judge set me free. You're the one who had me arrested for a crime I didn't commit, and the last time I checked, this is a public establishment.
Bo: Blah, blah, blah. What do you want?
Patrick: From you? Nothing. I'm here to speak to Hope.
Lauren: Mrs. Lockhart?
Bonnie: Lauren, right on time. So, what's the good word?
Lauren: Well, I've given it a lot of thought, and it seems to me that if the baby's parents don't want to raise it, then letting the grandmother raise it is the next best thing.
Bonnie: Yes! Thank you.
Lauren: Assuming you came up with the money we agreed on.
Bonnie: The money is waiting to be wired into your account. I had to mortgage my bar, but who cares? Nothing is too good for Philip Kiriakis Jr.
Lauren: It could be a girl, you know.
Bonnie: [Chuckles] Right. So I'll give you the down payment now, and then once he or she is born and handed over, there will be plenty of cash to go around for all of us.
E.J.: I don't believe I slept here all night. Why didn't you wake me?
Kate: That's a good question usually, when I get what I want from a man, I'm very excited to show him the door.
E.J.: Well, maybe you didn't get everything you wanted.
Kate: [Giggles] Yeah, maybe I didn’t.
Lucas: Oh, that must be sleeping beauty. Oh, yeah, you do look like you got a great night's sleep in that nice, comfortable bed, while I was out here on this godforsaken couch. Thanks, Sami. Ah, ignoring me. That's mature. I live here. You're gonna have to talk to me sometime, right?
Sami: Okay, fine. I say we talk. I say we talk about what you did last night. Lucas, I swear to God, if you pull another stunt like that again, you are out of here
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Patrick: I want to talk to Hope alone.
Bo: If you think I'm gonna leave my wife alone with a cop-killing stalker, you're out of your mind.
Hope: Bo, I need to speak to Patrick. Please, Bo, find Shawn. He needs you more than I do right now. Please.
Bo: Be careful. I'm watching you.
Patrick: Well, I have nothing to hide. How about you? You think he's deputizing her?
Hope: When he thinks he's right about something, he doesn't give up. You know that.
Patrick: I know. And he's positive that he's right about me. Look, the last thing I want to do is upset you. That's why I've stayed away since the hearing -- to give you some time to think about our future. But we can't wait forever, Hope. Our baby is on the way. We have to make some kind of decision.
Hope: I know.
Patrick: I want us to be together -- you, me, and our child. And I am prepared to do whatever it takes to make that happen.
Mimi: You look awfully happy.
Bonnie: Hi, honey, what are you doing here?
Mimi: Appointment with the Director of Human Resources.
Bonnie: About what?
Mimi: About a job. Except they don't have any.
Bonnie: You want a job, come work for me at Alice's.
Mimi: I know what you pay. I need to make real money.
Bonnie: Honey, if you wanted real money, you should have held on to the Kiriakis baby your surrogate was carrying.
Mimi: My ex-surrogate.
Bonnie: You'd have been set for life.
Mimi: That baby was a mistake, Mom. Philip's sperm was never supposed to go anywhere near my egg.
Bonnie: But it did.
Mimi: Ugh, that baby -- that part of my life is history. I don't want to talk about it now or ever.
Willow: [Sighs] I wish I could stay with you here all day.
Shawn D.: Sounds good to me.
Willow: But I have to get back to Chez Rouge.
Shawn D.: No. [Laughs] I wish I would have never recommended you for that job.
Willow: I should have never done at least three of the things I just did to you.
Shawn D.: Ooh.
Willow: So what are your plans for the day?
Shawn D.: I don't know. I think I just am gonna have to make sure I look for a place to live.
Bo: Shawn? Are you here?
Shawn D.: That's my dad. Hurry up and get dressed.
Bo: Hey, Shawn!
Willow: I feel like I'm in high school.
Shawn D.: Hurry!
Bo: Shawn? Sorry. Didn't mean to interrupt.
Willow: Oh, don't worry about it, Mr. Brady. I was just getting ready to leave, anyway.
Shawn D.: Uh, Dad, this is Willow.
Willow: I see where Shawn gets his good looks. You raised a great son.
Bo: Sometimes I think so.
Willow: Call me.
Bo: What the hell do you think you're doing?
Lucas: What? What did I do?
Sami: You know what you did. I can't believe you let our son consider the possibility that I was sleeping with another man.
Lucas: Which you were.
Sami: That is none of your business. And then you let me take the blame when he caught us arguing.
Lucas: I was trying to tell him the truth -- that I want us all three to be a family.
Sami: Implying that I don’t.
Lucas: I don't know. Do you?
Sami: That is not the point. The point is I don't want you letting Will get in the middle of our arguments.
Lucas: It doesn't matter. He's old enough to make his own decisions on who he wants to agree with. He knows the facts.
Sami: The fact is we are not a couple, Lucas, and we are not going to be a couple. And for you to let him get his hopes up is mean and self-serving, and it's just totally, completely wrong.
Lucas: Not my fault he sees the chemistry we have between us.
Sami: In your dreams.
Lucas: Speaking of dreams, I actually had a great dream last night. It was just you and me, a can of whipped cream ... don't you want to hear how it wound up?
Sami: No, because I know how it wound up -- with you on the sofa, alone, just like all of your dreams about me are gonna end up. Because guess what -- I am dating E.J.
Lucas: That's right. Dating E.J. to make me jealous. Nice Sami.
Sami: No. Damn it, Lucas, I am dating E.J. because I want to. I like E.J., and it's so crazy, but E.J. likes me, too. So you can stop it with your jealousy and your stupid pranks because I'm going to date E.J. whether you like it or not.
Chelsea: Grandma Kate, I really need to talk to you.
Kate: No, no, I really need to talk to you about your manners. You don't barge into someone's office without knocking first. You knock, and then you wait to be admitted.
Chelsea: I'm sorry?
Kate: I could have been in the middle of an important business meeting.
Chelsea: I'm sorry, really. Listen, I need your help with... [Laughs] It wasn't an important business meeting that I almost interrupted. You were having sex in here.
Kate: Chelsea, really. That is not an appropriate conversation for us to be having.
Chelsea: Oh, come on. Just tell me who it is. I swear I won't tell anybody.
E.J.: I think every work day should start -- Chelsea.
Kate: Yes. Chelsea. Chelsea stopped in for a little visit, unexpectedly.
E.J.: Well, good morning.
Chelsea: Good morning, E.J.
Maggie: 7:30. All right. Thank you very much. Ay your timing couldn't be more perfect, Mimi. I'm in the process of expanding our staff, and you would make a wonderful addition to the Chez Rouge family.
Mimi: Thank you.
Maggie: Now, I hope you don't mind working weekends.
Mimi: Weekends, weekdays, whenever you need me. Actually, I was a little scared about coming here because I know how close you and Shawn are. And after everything that happened, I...
Maggie: You're right. I do love Shawn, but I love you, too. Okay, people make mistakes. The important thing is you learn from them.
Mimi: I think I already have.
Maggie: Good, good, good.
Mimi: So when do I start?
Maggie: You can start right now if you've got the time.
Mimi: I've got nothing but time.
Maggie: That's gonna change. Willow, could you come here, please? Willow is a terrific waitress. She has people skills and smart as a whip.
Willow: What's up, Mrs. Horton?
Maggie: Well, Willow, I'd like for you to meet Mimi. I have just hired her, and would you mind showing her the ropes?
Willow: Sure thing.
Maggie: Okay. Welcome aboard, sweetie.
Mimi: Thank you.
Willow: You look nervous.
Mimi: I'm a little nervous. I've waitressed before, but never at such a nice place.
Willow: Look, if I can fit in, anyone can. Believe me.
Mimi: So, how long have you worked here?
Willow: I just started. It'll be nice not to be the only new girl. I'm glad Maggie hired you. Love your top, by the way.
Shawn D.: I'm not talking to you about my relationship with Willow.
Bo: Your relationship? You have a relationship? What about Mimi?
Shawn D.: Mimi and I are through.
Bo: Oh, fine, so you go out and find the first -- you stop that! You go out and find this girl, bring her back to this cot, and have sex with her? Where did you find her, anyway?
Shawn D.: I met her shooting hoops.
Bo: Did you use a condom?
Shawn D.: I am not gonna give her a baby, Dad.
Bo: I'm a little bit more concerned about what she might be giving you.
Shawn D.: Did you come here for any particular reason?
Bo: Yeah, I am worried about you. You obviously need help -- before it's too damn late.
Hope: Lisa, thank you. I'll take both. Well, that was an awfully strong statement.
Patrick: I've tried the passive route by putting it all on you so you can decide who you want to be with. But while I was sitting in jail and Bo was out here, trying to have me convicted for Eve Michaels' murder, I decided something -- Bo is not going to control my future or my happiness.
Hope: I'd really prefer it if you left him out of this.
Patrick: Good. Me too. I agree. Hope, remember when we were on the island together, alone?
Hope: Patrick, the things I was feeling and believing in then -- a lot of them are gone.
Patrick: I know. While I was being framed, you spent time with Bo again. But I mean, let's even the playing field. Give me a chance to prove to you we could be happy together.
Hope: How do I do that?
Patrick: Go away with me.
Chelsea: The way E.J. ran out, you would have thought I asked him if he was gonna be my new grandpa.
Kate: Chelsea, he had things to do.
Chelsea: Well, I have to say congratulations. I mean it. E.J.'s extremely gorgeous. Only I am confused because I thought that you got him to do Sami so that she couldn't do Lucas.
Chelsea: Okay, so then why was he having sex with you?
Kate: Well, I don't think there's a rule that says before E.J. and Sami are a couple that I can't enjoy him myself. In fact, I don't think there's a rule that says after they're a couple that I can't enjoy him myself.
Chelsea: How do you do it?
Kate: Oh, there are some secrets I'm not prepared to share with you, Chelsea.
Chelsea: [Chuckles] No, I meant how do you always seem to get exactly what you want?
Kate: Oh, sweetie, that's so simple. You just decide what it is that you want, and you go after it. And you don't stop until you get it.
Chelsea: Well, that's good, 'cause I know what I want. I want my mom and dad to be back together. And I'm willing to stop at nothing until that happens, so tell me, what do I do?
Lucas: You're right. I can't stop you from dating E.J., and I won't even try.
Sami: Well, you'd better not.
Lucas: Don't worry about it. You date E.J., and I'll be there for our son. I'll help him through the low points of his life.
Sami: This is hardly the low point of his life.
Lucas: Well, he did run away, didn't he? Girls tell him he's a geek to his face. What do you want to call it? No, you date E.J. if that makes you happy, I'll be here for our son. No problem.
Sami: You know what? I don't need a guilt trip from you, okay? I know that I have time to date E.J. and also be there for Will.
Lucas: Really? How many parents have said that? Next thing you know, your kid's getting picked up for shoplifting or he's doing drugs, he's joining a cult or something. But, no, you pay attention to your libido. That's much more important than your son. He's used to feeling second- or third-best anyway. Don't worry about it. We'll be fine.
[Knock on door]
E.J.: Samantha, are you home?
Lucas: There he is. Too bad he didn't show up for a little snack in the morning, a little breakfast. That would have been great for Will -- a hell of a way to start his day.
Sami: Good morning.
E.J.: Wow. My goodness. Do you always look this beautiful first thing in the morning?
E.J.: Kate told me you popped by the office last night to see me.
Sami: Oh, um, yeah.
E.J.: Sorry I missed you. Maybe this will make up for it.
Willow: Which brings us to the credit card machine.
Mimi: That’s how you use it.
Mimi: Actually, I worked part-time at Alice's.
Willow: I know that place. That was my old territory.
Mimi: Oh, were you some kind of sales rep?
Willow: Yeah, except the product I sold was my body.
Mimi: You were a prostitute?
Willow: Well, yeah, I mean, I'm not ashamed of it, but I'm not proud of it, either. I had a really bad family life, so I ran away. Living on the streets, I had to do what I could to survive.
Mimi: Well, we have a lot in common.
Willow: You were a hooker, too?
Mimi: No, but I did live on the streets -- me and my mom and my little brother. There was never any money, and then, one day, there was really no money, and it was pretty awful.
Willow: Looks like you've come a long way.
Mimi: Well, I don't know about that.
Willow: You're not still on the streets.
Willow: And those clothes sure aren't from goodwill.
Mimi: My husband just left me.
Willow: Oh, I’m sorry.
Mimi: Yeah, it was pretty ugly. I did some really stupid things. But, basically, he was in love with someone else when he married me.
Willow: That sucks.
Mimi: Yeah. But you know what? I'm looking at this job as a chance for a fresh start.
Willow: Me too. I keep on hoping I never walk up to a table and see one of my old tricks.
Mimi: So how did you get from the streets to Chez Rouge?
Willow: I met an angel. He said I deserved better than the life I was living, and he recommended me for the job.
Willow: Yeah, now I'm living at the "y," and I bought my own comforter yesterday and this framed picture of this beautiful boat that I put over my bed.
Mimi: It's important get your own things. My place is just filled with memories.
Willow: Well, like you said, this is a fresh start. Who knows? Maybe you'll find your own angel.
Mimi: I thought I had.
Bo: Listen, every... after everything that's happened to you, I'm sure it must seem like your world is spinning out of control.
Shawn D.: Look, I know that I shouldn't have driven my car into Victor's house, but he was my grandfather. How could he not tell me that Claire was my daughter? How could Mimi and him keep something like that from me?
Bo: I don't know, son.
Shawn D.: And...why did Belle have to lose our baby?
Bo: I wish I could help you sort that out, but all I can tell you is that you're not alone in this, okay? I love you. I'll always be here for you, no matter what.
Shawn D.: Are you here for me the way that you were there for Zack or the way that you were there for Chelsea? I just want to know what to expect.
Bo: You're angry with me. I understand that. I'm not gonna give up on you 'cause I think we can work through this. We also need each other -- you, me, and your mom.
Hope: You want me to go away with you?
Patrick: Well, just for a couple of days -- long enough for us to get away from everything that's going on here in Salem, give you a chance to think clearly about what kind of future you want for our child.
Hope: It also wouldn't be a chance for you to seduce me, would it?
Patrick: Only if you want it to be. All right, no, but I do think we should take separate rooms so there's no pressure.
Hope: You really mean that?
Patrick. The point isn't for us to make love, as great as that would be. It's for us to reconnect, and there are other ways for us to do that. We can take walks. We can have romantic dinners. We can go to a museum.
Hope: That sounds wonderful.
Patrick: We owe this to ourselves, Hope. We need to be sure that whatever decision we make is really thought through.
Hope: You're right about that.
Patrick: Then say yes, and we can go back to New York. We can go to the island.
Hope: No, no. If we do go away at all, I think it should be a place that isn't full of memories.
Patrick: What about Chicago? It's still not too cold. We can walk along the lake.
Hope: I don't know. I'm just not sure. Shawn's going through a really rough time right now. I don't know if I should leave.
Patrick: But "I'm not sure" is not a "no." Look, think about it, okay? In the meantime, I am going to do a little research about Chicago's restaurants, okay? [Smooches] I'll see you soon.
Sami: E.J., don’t.
E.J.: What's wrong? Oh, look. Sorry, captain stink bomb, I didn't see you there.
Lucas: Well, don't mind me. I've got work to do -- very busy day ahead of me, so I'll let you two play. Have fun. Don't do anything I wouldn't do. Oh, Sami, please don't forget -- Will does have basketball tryouts after school, so don't get too distracted where you don't pick him up, okay?
Sami: I'm not gonna forget about Will's schedule, Lucas. I know what I’ve got to do. [Sighs]
E.J.: Don't worry. I've got no intention of interfering with your parental responsibilities. Besides, as much as I would love to spend the day with you, I have to go to work. I was just curious as to why you popped into the office last night.
Sami: Kate didn't tell you?
E.J.: She just said you wanted to talk to me.
Sami: Figures. E.J., I wanted to apologize to you about the whole Will/Lucas fiasco last night.
E.J.: They're a couple of little rascals, eh?
E.J.: But in a way, I do understand what they did.
E.J.: Well, I mean, I'm not excusing the damage they did to my property, but when I look at what they were fighting for, I understand their motives.
Sami: E.J., that is so sweet. But it's not gonna happen again.
E.J.: Because next time we're gonna go out disguised as the village people. We're gonna change cars twice, change clothes three times --
Sami: No, E.J. I said it's not gonna happen again because -- because I can't go out with you.
Kate: That's rather an ambitious goal -- getting Billie and Bo back together again.
Chelsea: Well, that would be why I came to the best for help.
Kate: Ooh, flattery. Flattery will always get you everywhere.
Chelsea: Oh, but it's not a lie then it's true.
Kate: You are so strong, and you are so driven. You really do remind me of myself at your age.
Chelsea: Hmm. So does that mean you'll help me?
Kate: You have to be prepared for this to become very ugly, because you're going to be starting a war, you know.
Chelsea: I'm prepared, and I don't care, as long as I win.
Kate: Ah, that's my girl. Okay, step number one -- what do your parents have as a core, common thing between then, hmm?
Chelsea: Well, I guess that would have to be me.
Kate: Yes, exactly. You. You are the largest weapon in your arsenal, and you have to learn how to use yourself to shake them up, to get their attention, and to force them back together again.
Sami: Wonder why I didn't realize right away what a piece of trash you are. Your grandmother's a whore and your mother's a whore, so, obviously, you can't help but follow in the family tradition.
Kate: Oh, I think you've come up with something.
Chelsea: Oh, I have.
Kate: Okay, what is it?
Chelsea: No, I better not tell you now. But don't worry. I promise I will keep you posted. Thank you.
Kate: Okay, baby.
Bo: Shawn, I'm sorry I blew up at you. I just wasn't expecting Willow. And you're right. You don't need a lecture. What you need is a decent place to live. You've got a hell of a lot to work out in your life, and you can’t do that living in the back of a garage.
Shawn D.: Yeah, well, I can't exactly afford to move into the Salem Inn. And I'm not moving back home.
Bo: I wasn't gonna suggest that.
Shawn D.: And I am not bunking with you on Fancy Face. We're not that warm and cozy again yet.
Bo: Aw, you hurt my feelings. How about I let you stay on the Fancy Face?
Shawn D.: Well, what are you gonna... are you -- are you and mom getting back together yet?
Bo: Eventually, just not yet. I'll stay in a room above the pub.
Shawn D.: I don't want to throw you off the boat.
Bo: Hey, I'd feel a hell of a lot better knowing you're someplace safe and clean with a shower. So, what do you say?
Shawn D.: Okay. But no conditions. I do what I want. I sleep with who I want.
Bo: Okay. There is one condition. You don't take her out past the last buoy.
Shawn D.: I can live with that.
Bo: Thought so. She's all yours.
Shawn D.: Thanks, Dad.
Bo: Yeah. And if you need anything -- a friendly ear, a couple of bucks, a beer and a burger -- I'm here. See you.
Hope: Abe, hi. Join me?
Abe: Look, I just stopped in to get something.
Hope: Come on. Just for a couple seconds. I won't take much time.
Abe: Okay, so what's up?
Hope: Well, you know how much I've always valued your opinion, as a fellow officer and as a friend.
Abe: So, what's going on?
Hope: You know I'm pregnant with Patrick's baby.
Hope: And pretty soon, I'm going to have to make some major decisions about my life -- I mean, one way or the other Patrick's gonna be a part of it. I know you and Bo are good friends, and I don't want to put you in an awkward position. It's just --
Abe: Look, you're my friend, too. You always will be.
Hope: Thank you. Bo thinks that Patrick's a criminal -- that he murdered Eve Michaels. What about you? What do you think? Am I wrong to trust him?
Abe: Patrick's arrest was based on a lot of evidence. All of it appeared credible.
Hope: That is, until you found the note in Max's garage stating that the evidence had been planted. Of course, that was enough evidence for the judge, but not for Bo. Abe, what do you think? I mean, what do you think?
Abe: [Chuckles] You know, that's what made you a great police officer, Hope. You have terrific instincts. The fact that you're having this conversation with me suggests that you don't completely trust Patrick.
Abe: Look, "not guilty" is not the same as "innocent. Somebody killed Eve Michaels, and somebody is targeting the Brady’s. So, until we have proof of who that is, everybody's a suspect.
Patrick: I have your money. When do you want to meet?
Lucas: I got your message. I dropped everything. What's so important?
Kate: I heard about your living arrangement.
Lucas: That is your emergency -- my living arrangement? Come on.
Kate: Yes, yes, yes! That is an emergency. You shacking up with Sami? Son, what are you thinking?
Lucas: I am not shacking up with Sami. I'm staying on the couch. It's my only way to be near Will.
Kate: Your apartment is right across the hall.
Lucas: It is filled with too many memories of Carrie. That's why I gave it up.
Kate: [Sighs] You what?
Lucas: I gave it up, somebody's renting it. I got no choice. I have to live with Sami if I'm gonna stay near Will.
Kate: I know what kind of hold Sami has on you.
Lucas: Don't do this to me, all right?
Kate: You are gonna be moving in there for Will, but it won't be too long before you're falling for that nasty, conniving little bitch again.
Lucas: You know what? I know exactly what I'm doing. I'm doing the right thing for Will and for me.
Sami: E.J., my son needs me.
E.J.: Sami, your son has you.
Sami: He ran away from home. That is a textbook cry for help, and I need to see to it. And if that means putting aside my personal life so I can focus on Will, then that is what I'm gonna do.
E.J.: I understand your concern, but I don't think --
Sami: You agreed with me that I should put Will first.
E.J.: Yes. First. But not at the exclusion of everything else. Don't do this, Sami. Lucas is manipulating you a you're letting him win.
Sami: Maybe Lucas is getting what he wants, but he is not winning anything, and I'm not gonna let him manipulate me.
E.J.: You're not being honest with yourself, are you? I think that you still love Lucas.
Sami: I do not.
E.J.: What other explanation is there? Unless you're so terrified of being happy that you have to throw your own proverbial stink bomb into our relationship.
Sami: I'm not afraid to be happy.
E.J.: No? You still punish yourself every day for blackmailing Lexie Carver into keeping Austin and Carrie apart by telling them they couldn't have healthy children.
Sami: Okay, that was ancient history. Austin and Carrie are together, so it doesn't matter. Look, I know it sounds crazy that Sami Brady would choose motherhood over dating a handsome, charming, successful guy like you, but I have to grow up. I have to take responsibility and do the right thing, and that is exactly what I'm gonna do.
E.J.: Then I guess I should leave.
Sami: Oh, E.J., I'm sorry. Look, maybe this is just a phase of Will's, and he will get over it, I...
Sami: E.J., I really want to still be your friend, okay?
E.J.: Sure. I think I should leave.
Willow: So just remember, table 1 is closest to the entrance, and then the numbers go in some sort of spiral. [Both laugh]
Maggie: Willow, hi, honey. You have a phone call, and you can take it down there.
Willow: Oh, Thanks. I'll be right back. Hello?
Shawn D.: Hey, it's me.
Willow: You're not supposed to call me at work.
Shawn D.: I couldn't help it. I got great news. I found a place to live.
Willow: Oh, that was quick.
Shawn D.: Actually, it's my dad's boat, but I...
Willow: I love boats. They're so romantic. I used to fantasize what it would be like to live on one.
Shawn D.: Then why don't you meet me there after your shift? It's pier 53, Fancy Face III.
Willow: That would be great. Hey, would you mind if I brought a friend with me? She works here with me. We said we might hang out after our shift. She's had a really tough day, week, year.
Shawn D.: I thought we could spend some time alone, christen the boat.
Willow: We will. It's just -- I feel so bad for her. Once she's feeling better, then we'll send her home, and you and I can christen every room in that boat, okay?
Shawn D.: Sounds like a plan.
Willow: Sorry that took so long. It was him.
Mimi: I can tell by the look on your face.
Willow: He wants to get together after my shift on his boat. And he said I could bring you.
Mimi: Well, I don't want to get in the way.
Willow: You won’t. It'll be fun. Maybe we'll even take it out for a ride. Besides, if you and I are gonna be friends, I want you to meet him. Who knows? Maybe he'll have an angel he can introduce you to. Please.
Mimi: Okay, I'll go.
Bo: Hey, Fancy Face. Where's Lockhart?
Hope: He left. Did you find Shawn?
Bo: Yeah, I found him. And --
Hope: How is he?
Bo: Well, just a minute. Let me tell you. We had a good talk, and I think we made some progress.
Hope: I hope so.
Bo: Yeah, he, um... he was sleeping on a cot in Max's garage, so I gave him the keys to the Fancy Face. I'll move into a room here.
Hope: Do you really think that's a good idea -- alone on the boat?
Bo: Yeah. Hope, he grew up on the boat. He feels like that's his home. He'll be comfortable there. It's important for him to know that he hasn't lost everything, that we love him, and we'll always be there for him.
Hope: Of course we love him. I'm gonna go and check on Belle, see how she's doing. I paid the bill.
Bo: The bill?
Hope: Oh, sorry. Um, I just want to say thank you... for being you.
Abe: You know, it's been a while since I’ve seen you smile.
Bo: It's been a while since I've had a reason to.
Patrick: You're late.
Dr. Bader: I assume it's the full amount?
Patrick: As agreed.
Dr. Bader: You should be aware -- just because I altered the initial test results to make it appear that you're the father of Hope's baby, it's not a done deal. There are gonna be a number of tests that she will be having during this pregnancy, any one of which could show Bo's the real father, and if she sees any other doctor --
Patrick: There won't be any more tests because Hope won't be here to have them. She and I are leaving Salem very soon...for good.
Steve: Okay, cheeseburgers for everybody.
Stephanie: It's happening, Mom.
Kayla: It's a cheeseburger.
Stephanie: It's the beginning.
Willow: You guys know each other?
Mimi: Meet my husband.
Lexie: Nothing is ever going to come between us again.
Tek: Think again.
Billie: Oh, my God. Chelsea!
Chelsea: Hi, Mom.
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