Days Transcript Thursday 10/26/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 10/26/06 - Canada; Friday 10/27/06 - U.S.A.


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[Slow music plays] [Knock on door]

Sami: Okay. Hi, E.J.

E.J.: Wow, Samantha. You look beautiful.

Sami: Thank you. Please come in.

E.J.: Thank you. So, I brought this. It's a rather naive burgundy with very little upbringing, though I think you're gonna be quite amused by its presumption.

Sami: What, did you just make that up?

E.J.: No, I read it on the back of the bottle. [Both laughing]

Sami: Perfect. Well, let's have some, shall we? As long as it's not Merlot.

E.J.: No. You know, I'm glad, actually.

Sami: I was prepared.

E.J.: You were prepared. I had a funny feeling that you might not have wanted any.

Sami: Really? Why?

E.J.: Well, the way you were throwing back those kilos at Chez Rouge, I thought maybe you would be a little bit, uh, tipsy.

Sami: Yeah, well, I was pretty upset, but I came home, I had a gallon of water, I had a nice long shower, and now I feel much better. And I am very excited about sharing my evening with you.

E.J.: Well, let us have a toast to -- what shall we have it to? To better days.

Sami: It certainly can't get worse. Today was pretty bad.

E.J.: Well, I did tell you not to go earlier. Although, why you'd want to go to Carrie and Austin's wedding, I have no idea.

Sami: E.J., I mean, come on. It's the principle of the thing. I'm family, and they should have invited me. And then for me to get there and see my mom and John were about to get married, too, and that they had my dad and Kate as their witnesses -- they should have at least told me about it.

E.J.: Samantha, come here. If you were Carrie, all right, would you have told you?

Sami: Probably not.

E.J.: Okay.

Sami: But what about my mom? I mean, you know, I can't believe she didn't tell me. And then for my dad to kick me out -- it was...just not right.

E.J.: Well, given the way that you feel about John, do you think it's that surprising your mother didn't think you'd want to be there?

Sami: I guess not.

E.J.: Okay. So are you disappointed you weren't able to make it? I mean, wouldn't you rather be here with me anyway?

Sami: Well, since you put it like that, maybe you're right.

E.J.: Maybe?

Sami: Maybe.

E.J.: Maybe I'm right. Come here.

[Door opens]

Lucas: Hey.

Kate: Well, you're not gonna believe it, but Sami is at it again.

Lucas: I wish I could say I didn't care, but go ahead and tell me. What's she up to this time?

Kate: She followed me over to the justice of the peace. I guess she thought she was going to break up Austin and Carrie's wedding -- as if she could do a damn thing about it.

Lucas: Austin and Carrie got married? When?

Kate: Late this afternoon.

Lucas: They don't waste any time, do they?

Kate: Well, honey, come on. You're really not that surprised, are you?

Lucas: No, I'm not surprised. I knew they would get married. I just didn't know it would happen today. Yesterday they stopped by Sami's apartment. They made me sign annulment papers. Just tell me what did she do? What kind of stunt did she pull?

Kate: Well, I think she thought she was gonna come by the wedding and give Carrie a piece of her mind, but then she saw John and Marlena were there getting remarried, so she decided to play that "I'm all screwed up because no one loves me" card. But Austin and Carrie just ignored her. They got married anyway, and they've already left Salem. I mean, but it just goes to show. It's the same Sami. She's so selfish. She's gonna make someone else's special occasion all about her. It didn't work.

Lucas: Can't say I feel sorry for Austin and Carrie.

Kate: Honey, I'm not asking you to feel sorry for them, but if it was your wedding and that loathsome little guttersnipe was trying to --

Will: Stop it! I'm not gonna let you talk about my mom like that.

Caroline: Well, I keep praying the antidote they gave Kayla and Steve works.

Frankie: The doctors are doing everything they can.

Caroline: Right.

Frankie: Why don't you take a break, get some air?

Caroline: No, no, I don't want to leave them.

Frankie: I know you don't want to, but you have to take care of yourself.. Have you had anything to eat all day?

Caroline: No. All right, but you come get me if there's any change.

Frankie: I will. I promise.

Caroline: Okay.

Frankie: Okay. Hey.

Max: No change, huh?

Frankie: Not yet.

Stephanie: How are my parents doing, Frankie? Did they open their eyes yet?

Max: Steph, you shouldn't even be here. You should be in your room, resting. We'll call you if there's a change.

Frankie: The doctor said it could take up to 24 hours for the drug to work.

Stephanie: Well, do you think they'll let me talk to them?

Frankie: No, they're still in quarantine, okay? And I happen to agree with Max. Right now, you have to concentrate on getting better. That's what your parents would want first and foremost.

Stephanie: Okay. I'll go back to my room.

Max: You want me to take you?

Stephanie: That's okay. I can get there myself.

Max: Okay, I'll check on you in five minutes.

Frankie: What was that all about?

Max: Oh, you could tell, huh? Okay, look, I'm planning on breaking it off with her when the time's right.

Bo: Okay, so what's the connection between Lockhart and Wells?

John: Yeah, who's working for whom? Or could it be that they're both working for somebody else?

Bo: Could be. Lockhart's not the mastermind. I guarantee you he is the hired gun, the lackey working for someone more powerful.

John: It's been established that he worked for the DiMeras. We all know about the vendetta that he's got against the Brady’s. What do you think? Maybe it's got something to do with that?

Bo: It could very well be. But how's Wells involved with this? He moves to town, moves into Sami's building, becomes her friend, Carrie's friend -- Roman's daughters -- insinuates himself into Austin's business, Kate's business, Lexie's business. If we could prove the two of them are working together... and up to no good, I can keep Lockhart away from my wife and the two of them from hurting everybody else.

John: That's a fact, Bo, but you got to keep in mind --

Bo: Hey, I got work to do.

John: Stop, Bo. I'm not letting you go anywhere right now.

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of our Lives.

Frankie: You're gonna break up with Stephanie?

Max: Yeah, well, look, I know this sounds terrible, but I used her interest in me to get Chelsea off my back, and then things just kind of developed.

Frankie: What developed is her feelings for you, and if you don't feel the same way, you have to tell her.

Max: I can't do it right now. She's in a wheelchair. Her parents are hanging on for dear life. What kind of guy would I be if I dumped her?

Frankie: Better off than you are right now. Tell her the truth.

Max: This is my business.

Frankie: I know you. I know your reputation. You like to play the field.

Max: This is different. No, this is different. I really care about Stephanie.

Frankie: Oh, good. Then tell her the truth. I'm gonna check on ma.

Bo: If we're gonna prove Lockhart and Wells are working together, we don't have time to stand around.

John: I want to catch whoever poisoned Steve and Kayla and committed these other crimes.

Bo: So what's the problem?

John: We've got to be very careful how we play this. You cannot afford to step on Abe and Roman's investigation here. In fact, I think they need to know about it.

Bo: No way. Abe suspended me, told me to stay away from this case. If he finds out I've been investigating Lockhart, I'll be off the force for good.

John: Well, then I guess that's gonna be your decision. My opinion -- Abe needs to know the truth. Listen, I got to run. Why don't you give me a call, tell me what you decide? Either way, I'll back you.

Bo: Okay, man, I appreciate the support. Hey, Pop. Any news on Steve and Kay?

Shawn: No, nothing yet. Have you seen your mom?

Bo: No, I haven’t.

Shawn: I'll go check the cafeteria.

Bo: Hold up a second. I could use your advice.

Sami: E.J., um, wait.

E.J.: What's wrong?

Sami: Nothing. No, nothing's wrong. I just, you know, I thought we could take our time, you know, enjoy each other and the evening and the beautiful wine that you brought us, and there's no need to rush things.

E.J.: I'm sorry. Yeah, you're right. There's no need to rush things. And, usually, I love the romance, you know? It just seems that, recently, whenever we take things slowly, we seem to get interrupted. Our evening backfires. Not to mention the fact that it tends to cost me several thousand dollars in getting my heater fixed in my car and having my apartment fumigated.

Sami: I feel so bad about that. I can guarantee you that Lucas and Will are not gonna interrupt our evening tonight, so you don't have to worry about that.

E.J.: Good.

Will: I know you hate my mother, and I know she's done some pretty horrible things, but she's still my mom.

Kate: Honey, I am sorry. And I didn't say that to upset you.

Lucas: Mom, can I get a moment with Will, please?

Kate: Yes, of course you can.

Lucas: Thanks. Come here.

Will: I'm sorry I yelled like that, but she's got to lay off my mom.

Lucas: All right, all right. Just where's all this coming from? I've heard you tear into your mom pretty good, buddy.

Will: Look, that's different. She's my mom. And I might get mad at her sometimes, but I still love her. Yeah, I hate what she did, but I'm really gonna miss her.

Lucas: I know, I know. What are you trying to tell me?

Will: That I'm tired of moving from house to house depending on how badly mom irks the other people in her life. I'm sick of being embarrassed, humiliated, and disappointed. Am I being unreasonable here, Dad?

Lucas: No, you're not being unreasonable. You know you're not. It's just -- it's not all your mom's fault. It's partially my responsibility, too. I allow our problems to spill in your life.

Will: I know you really wanted to work things out this time with mom. Maybe if she knew that we cared about her, she'd stop doing all these crazy things and hurting the other people in her life and herself. Dad, I was really pissed when we moved out, but the more I think about it, that was probably the dumbest move you could have made for all three of us.

Lucas: What do you want me to do?

Will: Can't we just try to be a family?

[Knock on door]

Stephanie: Come in. There you are.

Max: Hi. Um... how are you holding up?

Stephanie: I'm fine. It's my parents I'm worried about.

Max: Yeah, they got a great team of doctors working on them. You know, they got the antidote in really fast, and, hopefully, it'll be doing its thing. So your parents will be fine.

Stephanie: Yeah. I know this must be hard for you, too. But I'm just glad that I'm not going through it alone.

Max: [Clears throat]

Stephanie: Max, is there something you want to talk to me about?

Max: No, not right now. Um, I'm gonna go back to the garage. So I'll... I'll talk to you later.

Bo: Pop, there's this -- I got this problem I need some help with. I could use your advice.

Shawn: What you got?

Bo: Well, this is just a hypothetical. Say there's this cop who knows this guy's a criminal. Do you think it really matters how the cop brings this guy in?

Shawn: Has this hypothetical cop been suspended from the force? Huh? Listen, I'll tell you the same thing I tell you when you was a kid playing baseball. If one guy cheats, then people think the whole team cheats. You're not out in the field alone. You need to be a team player. It's the only way to win in the end.

Bo: I kind of figured you were gonna say something like that. Thanks, Pop. I appreciate the advice.

Caroline: Bo?

Bo: Hey, Ma.

Shawn: Where you been?

Caroline: Frankie persuaded me to go to the cafeteria. Is there any news?

Shawn: No, but I think that we ought to go find a doctor.

Bo: Yeah, why don't you go ahead and do that, Pop? I got to go make a phone call. And, listen, thanks a lot for the advice.

Shawn: I hope it helped.

Bo: Yeah. Bye. Hey, John, it's Bo. Listen, can you meet me at the station? You're right. I -- I got to tell Abe what we've been up to.

Caroline: They both look so feverish.

Shawn: I know. I think it's a good sign. The antidote must be working. They're battling the toxins, that's all, you know, sweating it out of their bodies.

Caroline: What?

Shawn: [Sighs]

Caroline: God. What is happening to our daughter?

John: Abraham.

Abe: John, what are you doing here?

John: I got some information regarding your gloved-hand crimes.

Abe: What?

John: We may have a break in the case.

Abe: We?

John: Bo and I have been conducting our own investigation.

Abe: I warned Bo to stay away from this.

John: Just hear me out. It's because of Bo's persistence with Patrick Lockhart that we may now know the identity of the person behind the whole damn thing.

Will: I don't mean the three of us have to live together, but the least we could do is try to be civil to one another. I mean, she's my mom. I can't ignore her for the rest of my life, and neither can you, right?

Lucas: You're right.

Will: So can we tell her we made a mistake?

Lucas: Yeah, yeah. I mean, I hear where you're coming from, so maybe we can offer your mom an olive branch or something, you know what I mean?

Kate: Oh, my God! If you do that, you're gonna totally regret it.

Lucas: Oh, look at you. Guess who's been eavesdropping again? Thanks, Mom.

Kate: Every time you get close to her, she hurts you. Now, she has proven that, hasn't she?

Will: No. My mom's the one who's been hurt because we keep abandoning her. I mean, I know she's not perfect, but neither are we. And she only does what she does because she loves her family. It's not her fault that she has no one else to rely on. Dad, maybe if she knew that she could count on the two of us...

Kate: What is this? Is he taking a psychology class at school now?

Lucas: He's smart. The kid's got a point.

Kate: Lucas, if you start making overtures to her, she is going to take advantage of you. She's gonna see that as a sign of weakness. Now, you know that.

Lucas: Sami and I got to be parents to Will. We have to. Now, maybe if I just kept it on the surface and I didn't allow it to get deep, then we could be friends.

Kate: Friends?!

Lucas: Yeah.

Kate: Oh, oh, God.

Will: That's exactly what I want. I'd love it if I could just spend time with my mom and dad together without worrying whether one of them would kill the other one.

Lucas: But just don't get your hopes up, all right, 'cause your mom drives me crazy, and I drive her crazy. And, together, we're probably gonna drive you crazy.

Will: I know, and that's cool. I mean, I'm a teenager. My parents are supposed to drive me crazy.

Lucas: Yeah?

Will: Yeah. It's gonna be a lot harder for her to screw everything up if we're there to stop her. Why don't we go see her now?

Lucas: You want to? All right, let's go. Come on.

Will: All right.

Lucas: All right, Mom, I'll see you later.

Kate: Okay.

Will: Bye.

Kate: Yep. God. Come on, E.J., pick up the phone. [Cellphone ringing]

Bo: Hey, John, Abe.

Abe: All right. In my office now.

Abe: All right. John has filled me in on what the two of you have been up to, but I want to hear it from you.

Bo: Don't be angry with him. I'm the one who --

Abe: I'm the one who warned you not to go behind my back and initiate an investigation on Lockhart.

Bo: Slow down, Abe. Wait till you hear --

Abe: I don't give a damn. You didn't follow orders, and I'm about to kick you off the force for good.

Abby: Your car will be ready by tomorrow afternoon, sir. Thank you for calling. I'll see you tomorrow. Hey, I didn't know you were here.

Max: Yeah, I just got back from the hospital.

Abby: How are Steve and Kayla?

Max: Still no change, but the doctors did find an antidote for that biotoxin they inhaled. But we won't find out until tomorrow. The family's pretty optimistic.

Abby: I'm glad to hear that.

Max: I'll feel much better when they find out it worked, you know?

Abby: So, um, how's Stephanie?

Max: Um, she's having a tough time.

Abby: I keep thinking about when my dad was sick, you know, waiting for that miracle drug to work or not work. I just feel so useless. I mean, out of everybody, I should know what Stephanie's going through. I just know that you're gonna make everything easier for her.

Max: Well, I actually think I'm the last person that she needs right now..

[Knock on door]

Frankie: Hey.

Stephanie: Hey, Frankie.

Frankie: I was looking for Max.

Stephanie: Yeah, he was here for a few minutes, but he left.

Frankie: You know where he went?

Stephanie: He said he had to go back to his garage. I think he was just using it as an excuse to get away from me. Frankie, did Max say anything to you about... him and me?

Frankie: Like what?

Stephanie: He did, didn't he?

Frankie: He told me he was gonna come up here and talk to you.

Stephanie: About?

Frankie: You know, Stephanie, this is really between you and Max.

Stephanie: I don't know if he mentioned it to you, but he kind of tried to break up with me the other day. I freaked out, and he changed his mind, I guess. Now I think he's just waiting for the right time to tell me. I have enough uncertainty in my life right now. I mean, my parents could be dying, and that's all I can think about. So I don't want to waste one ounce of energy worrying about a guy who doesn't want to be with me. You know what it's like to be strung along. Even if the other person has the best intentions, it sucks. So if you know something, please, please tell me, okay? Because not knowing is the one thing I can't handle.

Frankie: Okay, look, we did talk, okay, and that's why I wanted to come up here because...

Stephanie: You thought he broke up with me.

Frankie: You know what?

Stephanie: It's not your fault.

Frankie: The timing really stinks. You know, here you are trying to get better, and you're worried about your family. Maybe Max was just trying to wait for the right time. You know?

Stephanie: Yeah. He's a really thoughtful guy. Thanks for being honest with me.

Frankie: Are you gonna be okay?

Stephanie: I just need some time alone.

Abby: Max, what are you talking about? I just visited Stephanie, and she was upset that you hadn't been to see her. You're important to her.

Max: Come on, Abby. I've only been on one date with the girl before the accident.

Abby: You've been her best friend ever since she came to Salem.

Max: Stephanie is a great friend, and I haven't been there for her the way that I should have. And I feel really bad about that, but the reason is --

Abby: You don't have to explain it to me, Max.

Max: You're gonna find out anyway. I decided... I decided before the accident that I can't have a relationship with her.

Abby: What happened?

Max: Look, I -- I really care about Stephanie. I do. It's just... I don't see things working out long-term.

Abby: So how did she take it when you told her?

Max: Well, that's kind of the thing. I haven't told her. No, I did -- I tried to tell her, and then she freaked out. And she's got so much going on right now. If I broke up with her and broke her heart while her parents' life is still on the line, that would just be wrong. I can't do that.

Abby: I am so stupid. I bought you that gift to give to Stephanie, and I think she's read too much into it.

Max: Yeah, she kind of has. But it's not your fault. It's mine. I should have asked you what it was before I even gave it to her. I just thought it would be -- it would help let her down easier, you know, like a peace offering.

Abby: So you don't hate me?

Max: No, I don't hate you. How could I hate you? I'm the idiot. You were just trying to help.

Abby: Well, I'm sorry that things didn't work out for the two of you.

Max: Yeah, me, too.

Abby: You can't blame yourself, okay? You're a good guy, Max.

Max: Thank you for saying that. Do you remember when I told you how glad I am that I've hired you? I mean, this garage would probably fall apart if you weren't here. And listening to me go on and on -- it's definitely not in the job description. But I appreciate it a lot. You're the best.

Abe: Didn't I just get through telling you not to be a vigilante cop, to leave Lockhart alone?

Bo: The guy's up to no good, and we have information to prove it. We're trying to help you out here. What more do you want?

John: Give him some slack, Abe. Bo's played it by the book so far, made sure that he hasn't strong-armed the guy.

Abe: All right, so what do you got?

John: As I was saying, Bo and I have a lead on who might be Patrick's coconspirator in your gloved-hand crimes.

Abe: Who is it?

John: E.J. Wells.

Abe: E.J. Wells the race car driver?

John: E.J. Wells.

Abe: E.J. Wells is rich. He's famous, donates half his income to charity, and I'm supposed to believe that he's a bad guy? So what's his motive?

John: Well, that we don't know yet.

Abe: You don't know?

Bo: Abe, hear him out, would you?

Abe: All right, all right. What do you got on the guy?

John: Without going into great detail --

Abe: That's a good idea.

John: The opportunity presented itself for me to acquire his cellphone.

Abe: Oh, please. Don't tell me that you stole it.

John: Let's just say I borrowed it long enough to transfer his call history.

Abe: You know, we subpoenaed Patrick's cellphone records when he was arrested for Officer Michael's murder.

Bo: He obviously has two cellphones. He's trying to be careful.

John: He wasn't careful enough, though. It seems he made almost a dozen phone calls to E.J. Wells.

Abe: So?

John: What other connection would Wells have to Lockhart? Come on, Abraham. You got to admit it's a little suspicious.

Abe: Okay, uh... my detectives traced the glove that the perp left to a manufacturer in Florence.

Bo: Florence, Italy?

John: Well, that would fit.

Bo: Yeah.

John: Something else about those gloves?

Abe: Well, they're rarely imported. There's only one place in town that carries them. My officers are looking through the receipts right now and trying to pinpoint the buyer.. This could work. This could work. This information will help narrow it down.

Bo: Great, so we can proceed with the case?

[Knock on door]

Sami: Oh, God! I didn't hear anything, did you?

E.J.: No, not a thing.

Sami: Well, then I guess we can't answer it, can we?

E.J.: I guess we can’t.

Will: Mom, open up. I know you're in there.

Sami: Oh, my God. E.J. -- E.J., that is my son. Hurry.

E.J.: I know, I know. What's he doing interrupting?

Sami: I don't know! Oh, my God. I cannot believe this. Look, you know what? I bet -- E.J., I bet it's just Will. He found out that I went to Carrie and Austin's wedding, so he probably just wants to yell at me about it, you know? And so maybe he'll talk to me. He's not gonna want to stay long. And we can pick up where we left off, okay?

Will: Hello?

Sami: Lucas, what the hell are you doing here? Hi, Will.

Lucas: We're not interrupting anything, are we?

Sami: No, look, obviously you're here because you found out that I crashed Carrie and Austin's wedding, so fine. Lecture me and then you can --

Lucas: Yeah, my mom told me about that. Don't worry about it. You know how I feel about Carrie and Austin.

Will: That's not the reason we're here.

Sami: So why are you here, just to ruin my evening with E.J. again?

Lucas: No, not at all. What's up, E.J.? Or what was up, Sami?

Will: We came because we miss you.

Lucas: It's the truth. That's the truth. Will was telling me how he wishes we could be a family, and I happen to agree with him. I'd like that, too. I apologize for the way I treated you earlier. That was wrong. It's just I think we could be good parents to Will, you know, responsible parents if we could just avoid getting emotionally involved with each other.

Sami: [Crying] Will, I'm so glad you're here! I was so alone without you.

Lucas: And that's why you're turning to guys like E.J., right?

Sami: Lucas, cut it out. What the hell is wrong with you?

E.J.: Samantha, you don't need Lucas in your life to be a good parent to Will. The only reason he's here is 'cause he couldn't stand the thought of us being...together. Come on, ignore them. Let's enjoy the rest of our evening.

Will: I don't care if you're some big, rich, famous race car driver used to getting everything you want. You're a loser if you try to make my mom decide between her own son and you. Now, I want to spend some time with her, and I want you to leave.

E.J.: What about you, Samantha? What do you want me to do?

Frankie: Why are the blinds closed?

Shawn: Something's happening with Kayla and Steve. The medical team -- they're with them right now.

Frankie: Whatever it is, I hope it's good news. Um, hey, Pop, um... listen, um, when Kayla starts feeling better, I think I want to go back to D.C.

Shawn: Frankie, running away from your troubles isn't gonna get you very far.

Frankie: I'm not running away. I just don't want to be someplace where my past is staring me in the face every day.

Shawn: Son, please, think about it before you do anything hasty. And think about what you've accomplished here in Salem. Sure, you lost Jennifer, but you saved two lives -- Jack's and hers -- and you brought them back together. And what you did for me and Caroline -- I mean, to see you again, I swear, lad, you sure added another 10 years to my life. I am so proud of you. You are a good, good, decent man and a fine example to your brother Max.

Frankie: Thanks, Pop. It means a lot to me. Thank you.

Caroline: Dr. Myers, what's going on? Why was the team in there?

Dr. Myers: I'm sorry, Mrs. Brady, I didn't mean to alarm you. We are at the midway point of antidote administration, and we needed to see if the toxin levels have subsided at all.

Caroline: And?

Dr. Myers: I'm sorry, but unfortunately it appears the antidote isn't working on either Steve or Kayla at this point.

Caroline: My God.

Frankie: Is there anything else that can be done?

Dr. Myers: I've reached out to the medical community. I've researched trials, experimental drugs, unauthorized drugs from Europe.

Frankie: You know, I know somebody that works at the FDA running drug testing. Maybe he can do something.

Dr. Myers: By all means, give him a call, but I'm telling you, I've talked to everyone.

Caroline: I don't care a damn what you have to do or where you have to go, you know. I want you to do everything -- anything that you can to save my daughter! I am not gonna let my daughter die. You understand me? Dear, God. [Sobbing] Oh, God.

Abe: All right, I'm gonna let you look into this. But be advised. This doesn't mean I'm gonna reinstate you on the force. And, you, you make sure you keep him on a short leash.

John: You know I will.

Abe: All right, I got a meeting upstairs. Got to run. Bo, be careful. Lockhart could still be setting you up. You, John, remind him what Alex North did to you.

John: I've been thinking of a way to try to connect E.J. to these crimes.. I think I got it, Bo.

Sami: Uncle Bo, this is my friend E.J.

Bo: Sami, what's up?

Sami: I was wondering if you could help me. I have this envelope, and I need to have it dusted for fingerprints. And then I thought maybe you could do a DNA test on the saliva on the seal or whatever. And I need the results as soon as possible.

John: Bo, what is it?

Bo: Sami came in a few weeks ago, brought in an envelope she wanted dusted for prints. She was secretive about it, but later it turned out she was being blackmailed and being sent these threatening notes, just like the one the gloved hand left at Max's garage before the accident.

John: And did the lab find anything?

Bo: Yeah, an unexpected set of prints.

John: Well, now, I wonder who those could have belonged to.

Bo: Mr. E.J. Wells.

Sami: Will, just give me a second, honey. E.J... E.J., I'm really sorry, but I think it would be best if you left and I could spend some time with Will.

E.J.: Samantha, I would never deliberately come between the relationship you have with your son, but you're his mother. He's not yours, okay? You need to lay down the law here. Look, the two of them are just pulling the same trick they tried to pull a couple of nights ago, which is to keep us apart. Don't tell me you're buying this stunt. You really want me to walk out that door for good?

Sami: No, of course I don't want you to leave for good. E.J., they're my family. That means something to me. And I need them.

E.J.: Really? 'Cause I thought you needed me.

Sami: I do. I do want to be with you. You're not really gonna make me choose, are you?

E.J.: I've had enough of this. And, yes, considering the circumstances, you need to make a choice. It's either Lucas and Will or me. It's up to you.

Abe: Unless you give me reason not to, I will stand by you forever.

Lexie: I love you so much.

Shawn D.: If I have to get a lawyer to see my daughter, I will. And if you push me too far, I will sue for full custody.

Lucas: What's with the chain? It's me and Will.

Sami: What is this about?

Bo: I need you to talk to me about E.J. Wells.

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