Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 11/7/06 - Canada; Wednesday 11/8/06 - U.S.A.
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Lucas: This is a hungry horse.
Sami: [Laughing] Lucas.
Will: The death plunge ride was the best. 120 feet straight down -- awesome.
Lucas: I'm glad you enjoyed it. I almost had a heart attack, though, but as long as it was good for you.
Sami: I saw my life flash before my eyes on that one.
Will: That must have been scarier than the ride.
Will: Gotcha, Mom.
Sami: Yeah, yeah. I handed you that one.
Will: Oh, Mom, I'm just teasing. Today was so great.
Sami: I'm glad you had a good time. That's what it's all about. We wanted to make you happy.
Lucas: Yeah, definitely. Me, too.
Will: Hey, let's drink to that. One day of being a happy family.
Lucas: May it be the first of many.
Lexie: No, thanks. I'm not really in the mood. You go ahead, though.
Abe: [Laughs] Unh-unh. I'm not gonna pack all these calories on by myself. Oh. I got something for you.
Lexie: Oh, my goodness. What occasion have I forgotten?
Abe: No, it's not from me. Bo dropped it at the station. Here, go ahead, take it.
Lexie: Oh. Hmm, I don't recognize the handwriting.
Abe: Well, you know, we can play 20 questions, or you could open it.
Lexie: [Sighs] Yeah. Mmm, it's from Caroline and Shawn Brady. "Lexie, thank you for everything you did to help our Kayla and Steve." I don't deserve their thanks, Abe.
Abe: Oh, yes, you do. The whole Brady family is very grateful to you.
Lexie: But the medication didn't help Kayla.
Abe: Steve is helping to save Kayla's life, and it's all because of you.
Lexie: I just hope they don't think that I was just trying to change their feelings toward me, you know? I mean, they forgave me after what I did...to keep Isaac away from Bo and Hope, and then I just turned around and betrayed their trust all over again. I'm so ashamed. I just did so much damage.
Abe: Sweetheart, you did a wrong thing. But you're a good person.
Sami: [Laughs] Stop it!
Lexie: Hmm. Well, obviously, I see not everyone feels guilty about lying to Carrie. Sami's having a great time, huh?
Victor: Well, it's nice to see you, Belle. Have I told you how much motherhood agrees with you?
Belle: Oh, spare me the compliments, Victor. I'm here to return your check.
Victor: [Sighs] I was hoping that if I sent it over with Lucas you'd accept it.
Belle: I don't want your money.
Shawn D.: You can take your 10 grand and you can shove it, Victor. Belle, what are you doing here?
Victor: It's not a meeting of the Victor Kiriakis Fan Club, I can assure you.
Shawn D.: I was talking to Belle, not you.
Belle: I came here to return the check he sent me.
Shawn D.: That's rich people for you. They think that everyone's for sale.
Victor: Haven't you ever heard of a peace offering?
Shawn D.: Peace is free. $10,000 is a buy-off.
Victor: I am trying to make amends.
Shawn D.: You must want something. What is it?
Victor: I want to be a part of Claire's life... if you'll let me.
Abby: Are you really gonna pay for the glasses Chelsea broke?
Nick: Well, I don't exactly have much -- any money on me right now, but I am a recent college graduate.
Abby: And with that degree, you can get a job bussing tables, if you're lucky.
Nick: I'm starting a new job tomorrow, so here's my offer. As soon as I get my paycheck, I will make Dune my first stop, and I will hand over the whole thing.
Abby: Nick, you can't do that.
Chelsea: Why don't you just let me work it off, okay?
Bartender: What did you have in mind?
Chelsea: Washing dishes or something. God, you sleaze.
Bartender: I'm supposed to let you wash dishes, the girl who broke half the glasses in the place? Maybe I don't have a college degree, but I'm not stupid.
Abby: You are totally exaggerating. She did not break half the glasses.
Bartender: It's for me to say what she broke and for me to decide what she owes. 88 bucks on the bar now, or your friend and her fake I.D. go straight to jail.
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.
Nick: Look, I appreciate that you're doing your job and doing it well, might I add. You've got your employer's bottom line to consider.
Bartender: I want to keep my job.
Nick: Right, of course. I want to help you, and I'm going to. If you give Chelsea a break tonight, I promise to hand over my entire paycheck as soon as I get it. I'll give you the address where I work, and if I don't show up with the money, you and your friends can...break my legs.
Nick: It won't happen. What do you say? Will you give her a break?
Bartender: Why should I? The girl ought to be wearing a sign -- "here comes trouble." Not even 21 and she already has a record.
Nick: Right, and some people would write her off just because of a few mistakes, but not a guy like you, right? A guy with humanity? I mean, bartenders, you hear it all -- the good, the bad, the really bad. A couple beers and people tell you things they wouldn't tell their own moms. Cheating husbands, embezzlers, maybe even a murder or two. I mean, when you think about it, it makes what Chelsea did, using a fake I.D. And breaking some fine glassware -- it's not really that big of a deal, is it? I know you want to give her a second chance. I can tell. It's okay to have a heart.
Bartender: Nice try, kid. Your girlfriend's out of luck.
Chelsea: Wait a second. I'm not his girlfriend. I mean, seriously, look at him and then look at me. He's just -- he's just some loser that tagged along with us tonight.
Abby: Chelsea, sometimes I think you are too dumb to live. Nick is trying to help you. Wait, you're not calling the cops, are you?
Bartender: I sure am.
Nick: You don't want to do that.
Bartender: Everybody's tell me what to do, and I don't like it.
Nick: I know, I know. A bunch of teenagers come in here and ruin your good night. I'll bet you've lost plenty in tips just while we've been talking.
Nick: Then let's find a solution that works for everyone. There's got to be a way to make you happy without getting Chelsea in trouble with the cops.
Bartender: That watch you're wearing.
Nick: My watch?
Bartender: It's nice, classy. In fact, I wouldn't mind owning one just like that.
Shawn D.: Where do you get the nerve to ask to be part of Claire's life when all you did was do everything you could to mess up her life?
Victor: Trust me, Shawn, I know the sin that I've committed. And I don't use the word "sin" lightly. Lying, keeping the truth from you, from Belle, and from Philip -- there's no excuse for that. All I can say in my own defense is I never set out to harm anyone. I was just trying to protect my son.
Shawn D.: Don't let yourself off so easy, Victor. You've lied your entire life to get your way. Hey, it worked for you. You got your fortune, your mansion, your women.
Victor: I worked damn hard to get my start in business, young man. I was born in a stone cottage on a rocky hillside in Greece. My mother's whole house would fit in this office.
Shawn D.: Fine, so you had to struggle a little bit. But once you made it, once you saw how much power you had, you sure as hell didn't use it for any good.
Victor: Seems to me I've seen you get angry, even violent when you didn't get your own way. Maybe you're more like your Greek Grandfather than you realize.
Shawn D.: If I even thought for a second that I was anything like you, I would shoot myself.
Belle: Shawn, don't make things worse than they already are, okay?
Shawn D.: Let's get out of here.
Victor: I have something to say first.
Shawn D.: Why should I listen to you?
Victor: Because, like it or not, I am your grandfather, and where I come from, that means something. We're family. Now sit down. I promise I won't keep you very long, and then when I'm done, if you still want to drive a race car through my living room, be my guest.
Belle: We can give him a few minutes.
Victor: Thank you. Now, I know you don't approve of the way I've lived my life, but one thing I've learned in all those years is there's always a chance for a new beginning. Claire is that chance for me. The day she was born, I held her in my arms. It's a tremendous honor to be there at the beginning of a life. I wasn't able to be there for my own daughters -- Isabella, your namesake. I wasn't able to be there for Bo, either. And Philip -- most of his childhood I...I spent in a nursing home incapacitated. I would like to give the love to Claire that I wasn't able to give to my own children. And now that Philip...
Belle: Victor, he'll be back.
Victor: I don't even allow myself to hope, my dear. It's just too painful. Even though you are Claire's father, Philip treasured that baby girl. And now she's the only link that I have to Philip. That's why she's all the more important to me. I'm sure you can understand that.
Lucas: Oh, stop. That's too much.
Abe: If you expect Sami Brady to feel guilt, you're gonna be old and gray and walking with a cane, and she still won't feel sorry for the things she's done. Let me get you some champagne.
Lexie: It makes me so mad seeing her getting away with everything. I still can't believe what I let her do to me.
Abe: Well, she did put you in a tough spot.
Lexie: I'm a doctor, Abe. People trust their doctors, and after all my own struggles with childbearing, I did a monstrous thing to Carrie and Austin.
Abe: You paid for it.
Lexie: Yeah, yeah, no kidding. Fired from the hospital. I lost most of my friends. Who knows if I'll ever work as a doctor again? But Miss Samantha Gene Brady's over there stuffing her face. Look at her, look at her, Abe. She's got Will, even Lucas laughing and smiling. Oh, God. I'd like to heave this champagne bottle straight at her head.
Sami: [Laughs] All right, I can't believe you ordered all this food. Here, you have to eat it. You know I have no willpower.
Lucas: Yeah, you do. You promised our son a great day, and you delivered..
Sami: Well, I think we deserve an award for breaking a world record here, Lucas. We didn't fight once all day.
Lucas: You see that.
Will: Yeah, it'd be cool if it was always like this.
Sami: Yeah, well, it will be.
Will: Oh, Mom!
Sami: Sealed with a kiss. There you go. It's a promise sealed with a kiss.
Will: All right, what about Dad?
Sami: What about him?
Will: Well, don't forget, he paid today.
Sami: Well, your father knows how special he is to me.
Sami: Look, Lucas [Clears throat] I know I've said it already, but it does mean a lot to me that you both are giving me another chance and that we're a family. I mean, not like that, but, you know. The amusement park was a great idea, and sometimes I forget how much fun we have together when we're not at each other's throats.
Lucas: Yeah, it was fun. You're fun. You know, you're a good time. No one ever accused you of not being fun.
Sami: Thank you. I think that's the nicest thing anyone's said to me since I was 5, which is really depressing.
Sami: Okay, obviously, you guys are just gonna laugh at anything, so, all right, I'm gonna eat.
Will: Uh-oh, trouble at 6:00.
Lucas: Yeah, right behind you, but don't look now. Don't look right now.
Sami: Well, who is it?
Will: Who hates you the most, Mom?
Sami: What, are you kidding? We could be here all night with a list like that. Tell me who it is.
Lucas: Lexie and Abe.
Sami: Just when they said it was safe to get back into the water.
Lexie: She's staring at me. How dare she?
Abe: [Chuckles] Lexie, we live in the same town. I mean, we're bound to turn up at the same place sooner or later. Just ignore her. You want to leave?
Lexie: And let her chase me out of my favorite restaurant? No way.
Abe: Okay, good. So, let's order that dessert and get two spoons, huh? We can just forget that Sami Brady exists. Okay, what do you want to do, Lex?
Nick: Yeah, this, uh, this watch. I like it, too. My parents gave it to me for graduation.
Bartender: So it's new. You're not even used to wearing it yet. You won't miss it.
Nick: Um, it's nice-looking and all, but do you know how much a watch like this costs?
Bartender: I'm guessing thousands.
Nick: Yeah. Does that seem like a fair exchange to you? A really expensive watch for 88 bucks' worth of watered-down drinks and some broken glass?
Bartender: It's all in how you look at it, kid. You see a watch for some glasses. I see a watch for her freedom. How about we make a bet?
Nick: What kind of bet?
Bartender: If you win, your girlfriend's off the hook.
Chelsea: I told you, I'm not --
Abby: Shut up, Chelsea. Okay, what happens if you win?
Bartender: I get the watch, unless it's a knock off. Oh, there's an inscription. "To our wonderful son, Nicky. Love mom and daddy."
Nick: Yeah, my parents love me. A little weird, huh? This bet, let's get on with it. What do I have to do?
Abby: Forget it, Nick. I'll just call Aunt Maggie, and she'll bring the money over.
Bartender: Yeah, Nicky. Call Aunt Maggie. What am I wasting my time for?
Nick: I'm in. What about you? Scared you might lose?
Belle: I understand that you miss Philip, but he's not gonna be gone forever. He was just upset. He was more than upset. When he found out that he was not Claire's father, Victor, his world just came apart. And I'm sure he's just putting it back together. He'll be back. Salem's his home. His family's here.
Victor: I thought the same thing for the first few weeks. But as time went by without even hearing from him --
Belle: I think we just need to be patient.
Victor: Well, patience is not in my DNA, my dear. I've hired a detective agency to find him.
Belle: You did what? Philip would hate that.
Victor: Right now, I'd relish an angry phone call telling me to butt out of his life. The fact of the matter is that the agency that I contacted, plus the five others that I've hired worldwide, none of them have heard a single thing about Philip Kiriakis anywhere. I know. Stunned me, too. And as he so eloquently pointed out, I'm a man who's used to getting what he wants..
Shawn D.: What about Interpol or Heads of States? You know people like that.
Victor: Yes, of course. I've had people looking for him at every level. It's all come to nothing. My son stepped off an airplane at JFK Airport...and no one has seen him since. Excuse me.
Belle: Have you ever seen Victor like that?
Shawn D.: He's acting like he's the only one who's ever lost somebody.
Belle: You think Philip's gone, too?
Shawn D.: I think he's just punishing his mother and his father for not telling him the truth. Plus, he's hurting, I'm sure.
Belle: I just think it's really weird that he's gone so far underground that nobody can find him, unless... I'm not even gonna go there. He's fine. He's fine.
Victor: Sorry. I'm not used to letting my emotions get the best of me.
Shawn D.: Well, you don't exactly have the market cornered on grief, Victor.
Victor: I meant no disrespect to your family, Shawn. The Bradyís have had their share of loss. All I want to do is spend some time with Claire. I want her to visit me in my home, the home that Philip grew up in. It's not a crime to want to do nice things for people you love. And I do love Claire.
Shawn D.: We don't need your help taking care of our daughter. We're done here.
Belle: Actually, that's not your call. That's mine.
Lexie: You give me so much strength. You are so confident. You know, you know your place in this world. You belong. I admire that.
Abe: You do belong, sweetheart.
Lexie: No, not in the same way. I mean, I've held positions of responsibility, you know, on the police force and, for years, at the hospital. But every time I go in, I put on my lab coat and I'd do my job as well as I could. But I always felt like...
Abe: What? What is it?
Lexie: I just always felt like I had to work twice as hard as the next person. You know, with Stefano DiMera for a father and Tony for a brother, people have been staring and whispering and pointing for years. When I was kicked off the staff at the hospital, I felt like, "yeah, here it is...again. I'm my father's daughter after all," you know? When I let myself be blackmailed into lying to a patient, I proved it, Abe. I proved it once and for all.
Abe: Look, I am not going to let you believe that. We all have bad instincts. I've let mine loose in ways that I'm not proud of. I'm not going to let you run yourself down.
Lexie: Yes, commissioner.
Abe: So, we're staying?
Lexie: Damn straight we're staying. Let's look at this dessert menu, okay?
Sami: This is a little bit weird for me, so maybe we could just go to the pub and have some burgers. Will, I heard grandma put some veggie burgers on the menu just for you. Ready?
Will: So, you're just gonna run away?
Lucas: Your mom's just feeling a little uncomfortable right now, that's all.
Will: Well, yeah, I would be, too, if I had blackmailed a doctor into doing what Lexie did to Aunt Carrie.
Will: Hey, Dad, um...can I have the keys to the car? I just remembered that you left your cellphone on the front seat.
Lucas: I did?
Will: Yeah, Dad, you did.
Lucas: Right, yeah, all right. You want the keys? Here you go. There you go, my man.
Will: And while I'm gone, why don't you and mom talk? Maybe you can help her figure out what to do about Lexie.
Lucas: Gotcha. Smart kid.
Lucas: You said you were glad that Will and I didn't cut you out of our lives.
Lucas: Come on, Sami. We did that because you were honest. You told the truth. You apologized, so why don't you try doing the same thing with Lexie? I want you to march over to that table right now and say you're sorry.
Bartender: Here's the bet.
Nick: An olive?
Bartender: And a brandy glass.
Bartender: Whatever. Your challenge is to get the olive in the glass without touching the olive.
Chelsea: What the hell? He can't do that. Nobody can do that.
Abby: He just graduated from college, not magician school.
Chelsea: This is stupid. Just forget it, okay? I give up. Call the cops.
Shawn D.: I am part of this, too. I'm Claire's dad.
Belle: And I am Claire's mother, and I have been with her every single day since the day she was born, so I think I'm a little more qualified to decide what she needs.
Shawn D.: I would have been there, but I didn't have the chance.
Belle: Look, I'm not gonna fight with you. When Philip left, my mom and dad gave me the money to keep Claire in diapers and with toys. What did you do? Oh, you drove a race car through the wall of a private home. And you risked your life at sea during a storm to impress a prostitute that you picked up. Being partners means being able to trust each other, and I don't trust you, so I will be deciding how Claire spends her time.
Shawn D.: I just -- I want her to be happy.
Belle: You know what makes her happy? Philip makes her happy.
Shawn D.: She's a baby. Pretty soon, she's not gonna remember Philip anymore.
Belle: Don't you dare say that. I know that you're Claire's father, but it is important for her to keep Philip in her heart. It is important to me.
Victor: Listen, I have a meeting down the hall. I won't be long, and you two can have some privacy.
Shawn D.: Belle, what are --
Shawn D.: You are gonna let that lying hypocrite spend time with our daughter?
Belle: Victor is the only link that Claire has to Philip.
Shawn D.: Sorry for not getting a little choked up, but Philip is the one that walked out on that little girl. Now, I am here, and I am prepared to do whatever it takes. If you will just let me show you, I will show you right now.
Sami: I'm sorry, Lucas. I can't go over there.
Lucas: If you apologize, you'll feel better.
Sami: It's not that I'm afraid to apologize. I am sorry. It's just I ran it through in my mind, and I just donít think Lexie's gonna take it very well. It could get ugly.
Lucas: Who cares if it gets ugly? It can't get any worse. You guys already hate each other. You're enemies. Don't worry about it.
Sami: We just had a great day together as a family. I donít want to end it brawling with Lexie carver.
Lucas: Listen, our son is in the car right now listening to his CD player. He's blasting it, hoping that you clear the air with Lexie. Now, just try. Try to do it for him, all right? At least you can say that you took the high road. You did what was right.
Abe: [Chuckling] Oh, my goodness.
Lexie: Thank you. It looks delicious, doesn't it?
Abe: Hey, Sami. I see you're...you're having a good time over there with Lucas and Will tonight.
Sami: Yeah, we are. Will's such a great kid. Sometimes I forget that he's mine. Right. Um, look, I'm really grateful to Will and Lucas both because they're giving me another chance. We're trying to be a family, and I'm just hoping that other people will...Give me a chance to make up for the hurtful things that I did. I'm sorry, Lexie. I'm not very good at apologies, and I guess it's 'cause usually I'm so stubborn. I won't admit that I'm wrong. I'm not asking for us to be friends. I'm just...I'm sorry for what happened between us. And I hope that you'll forgive me.
Shawn D.: I know that I have done some things that have disappointed you.. But when you told me how you wanted me to change in order to be in Claire's life, you got my attention. I've straightened myself out.
Belle: I have to be sure that you're responsible before I can trust you with her.
Shawn D.: That's why I went out, and I got a job working for E.J. Wells. I've already started looking for an apartment. I'm looking in a great part of town, and I'm trying to find a place that has got enough room so Claire can have some space for her own. I'm just hoping that you'll be okay with my place and me and you'll let Claire come spend the weekends with me. Here's my first child-support payment.
Chelsea: This is stupid. Just forget it, okay?
Nick: The tougher the game, the harder I play. Come on, let's go.
Bartender: This thing got a stopwatch?
Nick: Yeah, it's worth thousands, right?
Bartender: Okay. Two minutes. Go.
All: Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick!
Nick: I can only think of one way this can work.
All: Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick!
Nick: It's a simple law of physics.
All: Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick!
Nick: Ever heard inertia?
All: Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick! Let's go, Nick!
Nick: My watch. You're, uh, you're a free woman now. I guess I'll...I'll see you around.
Abby: Nick, you were amazing.
Nick: Oh, I hate to tell you how much time I spent playing games like that in college. Did he -- did he give you a hard time after I left?
Chelsea: No. He was a jerk, though. Don't worry about it. So, what are you, like, a genius or something?
Nick: Oh, no. My frat brothers and I used to spend hours doing stuff like that in college.
Chelsea: You were in a frat?
Abby: It was a brainiac frat.
Chelsea: Oh, goes with the geeky look.
Abby: Chelsea, aren't you at least gonna say thank you? I mean, if it wasn't for Nick, you would be cuffed and in jail right now.
Nick: I'd love to stay here and chat, but my butt's about to turn into an ice cube, so make it quick, okay?
Belle: You're paying in cash?
Shawn D.: What's wrong with that? Saves a trip to the bank.
Belle: That's a lot of money.
Shawn D.: I have a lot of making up to do.
Belle: No, I mean, what kind of job do you have with E.J. that pays you so well?
Shawn D.: It's mechanic stuff. Anyway, you can count on a payment every week from now on.
Belle: That much money every week?
Shawn D.: It's pretty cool, huh?
Belle: I'm impressed. When I gave you that ultimatum, I didn't really think you'd come through.
Shawn D.: I was intimidated, but then I got real. If I want to be in my daughter's life, I've got to earn that right. So, you're looking at the new me. Got a new job, I'm totally dependable, and I'm ready to be a father.
Lexie: No. I donít accept your apology, but I can see what you get out of this, Sami. You say I'm sorry, and you've redeemed yourself in your son's eyes. Well, "I'm sorry" doesn't get me my job back. It doesn't change the disapproving way people look at me. So, you can take your apology and go straight to hell, which is exactly where you belong.
Sami: You want to ask yourself why it was so easy to blackmail you? Why couldn't you be faithful to Abe, huh? You were so busy getting busy with Tek Kramer that you --
Abe: All right, that's it. This is over. This is over.
Sami: Abe, this is over. I am sorry, but seriously, you're so busy basking in the forgiveness of my family. They've forgiven you a million times, and you can't do the same thing for me? I'm an idiot to have come over here. Again, Abe, I'm sorry.
Abe: All right, let's leave now.
Lexie: I have something to do first.
Abe: Lexie, Le--
Will: Where's mom? Did she and Lexie talk?
Lucas: I think she's about to get a not-so-sweet surprise, Lexie style.
Belle: I guess I've been really hard on you.
Shawn D.: It turned out to be a good thing. I got my act together.
Belle: I can see that. Better than I have.
Shawn D.: What do you mean?
Belle: I mean that I am living off of my parents. I never even thought about getting a job until I demanded the same from you.
Shawn D.: Claire needs you, and that's the most important job in the world.
Belle: Millions of single women raise their kids and work, too. I donít know what happened to me. I used to be smart.
Shawn D.: Come on, you are the smartest woman I know.
Belle: I used to make good grades. I was gonna be a designer...in another lifetime.
Shawn D.: My mom -- she always used to say that there's two parts of life -- the after kids and there's everything else before. And she always loved the mother part the best. You're a terrific mother, Belle.
Belle: So, um, where are you staying while you're looking for an apartment? Still at the "Y" with what's her name?
Shawn D.: I'm gonna be out of there as soon as I sign a lease.
Belle: And there was a second part to that question.
Shawn D.: Willow is not a bad person. She just had a rough childhood.
Belle: And I'm sorry about that. I know that I had it easy, but we have to be responsible for the choices we make as adults, and Willow trading money for sex -- well, I just donít want my daughter around that and I'm not gonna change my mind about that.
Shawn D.: I'll do whatever you want, as long as I can be part of Claire's life.
Victor: [Clears throat] Well, have you two come to an agreement? Will you let me be a grandfather to Claire?
Chelsea: What you did in there was, um, was cool. You're okay.
Nick: Wow, she thinks I'm okay. So I guess I'm not a total loser?
Chelsea: I just said that I was sorry.
Nick: You did? How did I miss that?
Chelsea: Fine. I was wrong. I'm sorry that I called you a loser. You're not.
Nick: Thanks. I'll add that to my blog. I got to get going. I got the first day on the job tomorrow.
Abby: I can give you a ride home if you want.
Nick: No, it's okay. I'll take a cab so can hang out with Chelsea.
Chelsea: What, in there? No, I'm done with Dune for a while. Look, I'll call you tomorrow.
Abby: All right.
Chelsea: And you, lose the glasses.
Abby: Look, I'm sorry about Chelsea. She comes off to be wild, and she is, but...she's basically okay.
Nick: I think she's magnificent.
Sami: Aah! Aah! Aah!
Lexie: [Laughs] Enjoy.
Abe: Okay. Are you gonna tell me what went on in that room?
Lexie: You'll see. [Chuckles]
Abe: That was a $200 bottle of champagne!
Lexie: And worth every penny. Now I'm ready to get out of here.
Will: Uh, Mom, you're wet.
Sami: Yes, I decided to take a shower in some champagne. It's very refreshing. You should try it. So, are you happy, Lucas? I did it, and I got exactly what I expected.
Lucas: How do you feel?
Sami: Great. I'm sure people pay big money for a champagne shower.
Lucas: They do, probably.
Sami: You know what? It's okay. 'Cause I'm with my family. And that's what matters to me.
Abby: Chelsea insults you all night. She didn't even say thank you for saving her from jail. She calls you a loser, and she can care less if you lost the watch your parents gave you for graduation, and you're saying she's magnificent? What exactly do you like about her?
Nick: I've never met a girl with...a police record before. Abby, you, um, might find this hard to believe because I just graduated from college, but I donít have that much experience with girls.
Nick: Yeah, and I think Chelsea's kind of...exciting, like one of those girls on a reality show who'll just do anything to win.
Abby: I know. Chelsea's a little too exciting for me sometimes. Like tonight. And you, you're just warped.
Nick: For what?
Abby: For tonight. It was fun in its own weird way.
Shawn D.: Belle knows what Claire needs. The decision is completely up to her.
Belle: You can be a part of Claire's life, if you abide by my rules. Can you live with that?
Victor: Thank you, Belle. I fully respect your terms. Thank you, both. You've made this grandfather very happy. Actually, I should say great grandfather. After all, Claire is my grandson's little girl.
Shawn D.: Yeah, well --
Belle: I think we have a lot to do, so we'll be in touch. Claire really misses you. She's gonna really love spending more time with you.
Kate: John Black is asking questions about you.
Bo: What the hell is she doing?
John: This could be interesting.
Hope: I know how much you care about Steve. You mean a lot to him, too. He told me.
Lucas: If you lay another finger on my mother, I'm gonna rip that smug look off your face.
Stephanie: Dad, do something!
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