Days Transcript Friday 11/24/06

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 11/24/06 - Canada; Monday 11/27/06 - U.S.A.


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Marlena: Claire loves those magnetic letters we got her. I think right now she's spelling out d-o-- what's the matter?

Belle: I just can't stop thinking about Philip. What if this is him, Mom? What if he re-enlisted and he's deliberately putting himself in danger because he's upset about Claire or because he's mad at me because I didn't want to commit to him?

Marlena: I can't imagine the Marines would send a man back into battle who already lost a leg in the war.

Belle: Trust me, if he wanted to go and he was fit to serve, they would find a place for him. And if he gets hurt or he gets killed, it's because of me.

Marlena: Regardless of what's happened between the two of you, Philip's a grown man. He has responsibility for his own decisions.

Belle: And who's responsible for my decisions? I have hurt Philip as badly as I could, and since Kate's shown me this photo, all I can do is take my anger out on Shawn.

Willow: I made coffee.

Shawn D.: Thank you.

Willow: And once you get your caffeine jolt, I figured we should go back to bed and pick up where we left off.

Shawn D.: Oh, I'm just glad that you changed your mind about sleeping with me last night.

Willow: I'm just sorry I was exhausted from working the Thanksgiving shift at Chez Rouge that I was too tired to give you my full attention.

Shawn D.: I think that you gave me some pretty good attention.

Willow: Not as much as you deserved, and if we go back to bed, I'll show you what I mean. Unless you want me to hide in the closet in case Belle stops by.

Shawn D.: You know, I don't think Belle is gonna be stopping by anymore. I don't think that she wants to have anything to do with me.

Mimi: If only finding Philip could be as quick and easy as getting to Chicago.

Max: Yeah, maybe it will be. You never know. Well...

Mimi: Here goes.

Max: All right. Okay. Hello?

Mimi: There's no one here.

Max: There has to be. The door was open. Hello? Mr. Fisher?

Art: Yeah, yeah, I can't help that. Listen, listen, I will e-mail you the shots in time for your deadline, all right? Just chill. Sorry, I don't do weddings.

Mimi: [Laughs]

Max: Um, well, that's not exactly why we're here. I'm Max Brady, and this is Mimi Lockhart. We were the ones who called you about the photos of the Marines being shipped off from Camp Pendleton. And they were finalists in the University of Pennsylvania's Tina awards for photojournalism.

Art: After we spoke, I went online to try to get some information about that award. I kept coming up empty.

Max: Uh, that's 'cause it's new. Yeah, and we didn't want to be inundated with submissions and all that. Um, our guidelines clearly state that only photos found by the search committee --

Art: How much is the prize again?

Mimi: There is no prize. We're really sorry. That's what Tina stands for -- there is no award. We made it up. Listen [Sighs] We think that our friend is in the picture that you took. He's been missing and we have to find him and you've got to help us.

Art: Forget it.

Victor: Ah, Dr. Weinstein, thank you for coming.

Dr. Weinstein: And thank you for sending the Titan jet. It made the trip from Montreal very comfortable.

Victor: Well, it's the least I could do. Several sources have told me that you're the best of the best.

Dr. Weinstein: Well, as I told you on the phone, between my research and my writing, I have very little time for my surgical practice. So I am very particular about the cases I take on. And I most certainly do not do vanity surgery.

Victor: Well, this is certainly not vanity surgery, doctor. This is my son Philip. And once I explain his case to you, I'm sure you'll want to make time for him.

Abe: Hello, Celeste.

Celeste: Hello, gentlemen.

Roman: Hello, Celeste.

Abe: It is good to see you. I was worried you might change your mind.

Celeste: Well...I considered it.

Roman: But you didn’t. You're gonna help us nail E.J. Wells, right?

Celeste: I, um...

Abe: What is it? Celeste, what is it? What's wrong?

Celeste: I had a very disturbing dream last night about Alexandra and Theodore and their future as a family with you.

Abe: But sometimes dreams are just dreams.

Celeste: Not mine. Look, my daughter and my grandson mean the world to me. I can't put them at risk.

Abe: Celeste, I explained the urgency to you last night.

Celeste: Yes, I know. But that dream... it made what I have to do perfectly clear.

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.

Roman: Celeste...are you gonna help us or not?

Celeste: Yes.

Roman: Good.

Celeste: On one condition. You must swear to protect Alexandra and Theodore whatever it takes.

Abe: Well, you know I will.

Celeste: All right, show me what you have.

Abe: All right, have a seat.

Roman: Yeah, here you go. All right, so that you know, these are photos of the tarot cards we found in E.J. Wells' safety-deposit box. Each one was in a separate envelope. They appear to be Italian.

Celeste: Yes, they are.

Abe: And we need to know what they mean.

Celeste: Hmm. Even these photographs...they're producing very disturbing vibrations. I shudder to think how much power are in the actual cards. They tell a story of terrible calamities that have befallen those who have crossed the bearer of the cards.

Abe: You mean E.J. Wells?

Celeste: Yes. He is the chariot -- victorious, willful, completely in control. He began by upsetting relationships. Disrupting marriages, blackmailing doctors.

Abe: Lexie.

Celeste: Yeah. Each new incident brings worse consequences than the one that preceded it.

Roman: Like what happened to Kayla and Steve.

Celeste: Yeah, and he isn't finished. The cards predict more danger to come. Terrible danger.

Art: Get out of here.

Max: Wait, look, look. If the guy in the photo really is our friend, this story could be worth a lot of money. He's missing. His dad is filthy rich, okay? So maybe there's a reward for finding him. Plus, you could sell the story for a lot of money.

Art: Okay, you got two minutes.

Max: Okay, um...look, do you remember this guy?

Art: The whole battalion shipped out that day. You want me to remember one particular jarhead?

Max: His name is Philip Kiriakis, and he had a prosthetic leg. Please.

Art: Wait a minute. There was a guy with a prosthetic leg -- very high-tech. He didn't want his picture taken, though. Got really upset.

Mimi: That has to be Philip.

Art: No, no, his name wasn't Philip. It was Andrew. It was Andrew Spivey from Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Mimi: There can't be two Marines who look that much alike and both have lost a leg.

Max: Look, do you have any other photos you took of him?

Art: A whole bunch, but that's the only one the wire service picked up. Look, I've wasted enough time. I got a deadline to meet.

Max: Can we look at the photos or something for five minutes?

Art: Go crazy. And at 20 bucks a piece, if you want one, that doesn't include publications rights and that includes the internet.

Mimi: Thank you. Look, here's a bigger shot.

Max: It has the name on the uniform. Spivey -- right there.

Mimi: That's Philip's face. That's him.

Max: Are you sure?

Mimi: Yeah, I've known Philip practically my whole life. That's him.

Max: Okay, then, let's go find him.

Belle: The reason Philip left Salem was to get away from me.

Marlena: No, there were lots of reasons Philip left Salem.

Belle: Well, I was his wife. I am his wife. And honestly, Mom, I don't think that I would be here if it wasn't for him. He took excellent care of Claire and me and I just let him go.

Marlena: Do you regret that?

Belle: I've made a lot of bad decisions. And I don't want to make any more, but you know what? I am. I don't know why I'm taking all of this out on Shawn. I didn't even let him see Claire on Thanksgiving.

Marlena: Why was that?

Belle: I keep telling myself that it's because I want to do what's best for Claire, but I don't even know what that means anymore. She still thinks of Philip as her father. I mean, when I picked her up from Victor's house, all she could say was "dada," and I know she wasn't talking about Shawn because she doesn't think of Shawn that way yet.

Marlena: I'm sure there were lots of pictures of Philip over there.

Belle: I just think this has got to be way more confusing for her than it is for me. She's only a year old. She's already been through so much. I mean, she nearly died, had a liver transplant. And now she's finding out that her daddy is not her daddy -- that her Godfather is, and I don't want to totally screw her up.

Marlena: You're not.

Belle: Mom, as a mother, as a psychiatrist, I need you to tell me what to do.

Marlena: First of all, stop being so hard on yourself. Children are resilient. They just are. That's their nature. Look at you.

Belle: The only reason that I have shown any resilience or strength in my life has been because I had a strong family. I had two parents who loved me, who loved each other. And I knew that I could always count on that, no matter what. But Shawn and I are not together and we are not a family, and at this rate, we probably never will be.

Shawn D.: I tried to get Belle to let me spend time with Claire yesterday for Thanksgiving and she wouldn't let me.

Willow: That must have hurt.

Shawn D.: Yeah, it's like no matter what I do, it's never enough, like she still hates me. And all I want to do is be a father to my daughter.

Willow: Come on, Shawn. This isn't about Claire. This is about Belle.

Shawn D.: No, it's not about Belle.

Willow: I'm not saying that you don't love your kid. I know you do. But the one you really love is Belle. And you have convinced yourself that if you can live up to her impossible-to-reach standards, that the two of you will be a couple again. But you know what, Shawn? You're wrong. I've met her type before. No one will ever be good enough for her. [Knock on door]

Shawn D.: Maybe that's Belle.

Willow: Oh, I'll just hide in the closet, then.

Shawn D.: Hi, Dad.

Bo: Hey, son.

Willow: Hey, did you have a good thanksgiving, Mr. Brady?

Bo: Yes, I did, thanks.

Willow: Good, well, um, I'll go get dressed.

Bo: Sorry to interrupt.

Shawn D.: All right, I know you don't like me living with Willow, and if you don't want to walk in on us anymore, then you should probably call instead of just dropping by..

Bo: I didn't come here to talk about Willow.

Shawn D.: What else did you come here to talk to me about? What, my job? Let me guess -- you want to give me another lame excuse as to why I should quit working for E.J..

Roman: Could you be a little more specific about the danger?

Celeste: Look, reading the tarot -- it's complicated. It's not just which card comes up. It's which other cards they're in proximity to.

Abe: Can you walk us through?

Celeste: All right, look. There are 22 cards in major arcana. There are 56 in the minor. Is this the order you found the cards in? Now, it's very important.

Roman: Yes, yes, Bo said the envelopes were in a stack.

Celeste: Good. This is the empress. She represents motherhood and abundance. But now, you see, she's coupled by the five of clubs -- the forebearer of loss and bereavement.

Roman: The loss of motherhood, that could be Bo and Hope losing Zack.

Celeste: I don't think so.

Roman: Well, what about Belle and Mimi, then, when their embryos were switched. Philip and Shawn always thought the gloved hand was behind that.

Celeste: Well, Belle brings up a much stronger vibration than Mimi. And, um, she's accompanied by the hanged man. [Sighs] Someone was sacrificed. Someone who had already lost a great deal -- Philip. He lost his leg and his daughter and now he's gone.

Roman: But Kayla lost a lot, too.

Abe: Look, Celeste, I'm sorry. I know this was my idea, but this is getting us nowhere.

Celeste: Abraham, if you were expecting specific, incontrovertible answers, I'm sorry, but I just can't give them to you.

Abe: Look, I just don't want generalities that could apply to anyone.

Celeste: You know, you ought to be grateful that I'm helping you at all. I'm risking life and limb doing this.

Abe: Celeste, what do you mean? Are you saying you were threatened by E.J. or the DiMeras?

Belle: I have really screwed up.

Marlena: Belle, everybody feels that way at one time or another. I do, everybody does. The important thing for you to know is that, in your case, it's not true.

Belle: Yes, Mom, it is true. I left my husband, the only father that Claire has ever known, and I've put so many demands on Shawn so that he could spend any time with her that I've made it pretty much impossible for him. I mean, who am I to demand that he gets a job when I don't have one? What kind of role model is that for my daughter?

Marlena: Well, first of all, listen to me. Claire needs a loving mother right now. That's what you are to her. And as far as getting a job, you have a job. You have the important job of staying home with your daughter and caring for her. There are women who can't afford to do that.

Belle: And the only reason that I can afford to do that is because I am completely dependant on my mom and dad.

Marlena: We are glad to help you financially.

Belle: Well, it's wrong.

Marlena: No, no, what's wrong is keeping a child from her father. There are children in situations where they can't be around both their parents. That's not Claire. She can be with both her parents. Doesn't she need to do that? Doesn't she have a right to have that?

Shawn D.: I'm sick of you trying to get me to quit my job.

Bo: That's not why I'm here, Shawn.

Shawn D.: Yeah, right.

Bo: We were disappointed you didn't show up for dinner yesterday. I mean, it was not only Thanksgiving, but Steve and Kay's homecoming. They missed you. We all did.

Shawn D.: Yeah. Well, I'm sure all anyone could talk about was "where's Shawn?"

Bo: You could have stopped by or made a phone call.

Shawn D.: I had better things to do besides hang out with the dysfunctional Brady Bunch.

Bo: Like hang out with your hooker girlfriend?

Shawn D.: You know what? I don't need to listen to this. You're a guest in my home here.

Bo: I'm also your father. And if you were smart, you'd send her packing and work things out with the mother of your child.

Shawn D.: And this is coming from the same guy who keeps telling me to quit the best-paying job I've ever had.

Bo: It's dirty money, Shawn. Your boss is a criminal.

Shawn D.: That's not what Uncle Roman and Abe said on television. They said that he's innocent and they have absolutely no case against him.

Bo: They had no choice but to say that. He was threatening a $40 million lawsuit against the city and the department and each one of us individually.

Shawn D.: You always got an excuse.

Bo: He's going down. [Cellphone rings] If you knew what was good for you, you'd get the hell away from him before he drags you down, too.

Shawn D.: You know what, Dad? You are starting to sound like a broken record. You can go.

Bo: You have been warned.

Victor: My son is a Marine. He lost his leg in the war, but that didn't stop him. He became so proficient with his prosthetic that he talked his superiors into letting him re-enlist so he could go to Afghanistan and work in military intelligence.

Dr. Weinstein: That's quite heroic.

Victor: Unfortunately, on the way to his first assignment, the jeep he was in was firebombed. His injuries were extensive. His face was unrecognizable. Now, I promised Philip that I would help to make him better. Once I read about your experimental procedures, I knew that you were the man for the job. 'Cause the only way to help Philip is with a face transplant fighting back against the paparazzi.

Willow: Where's your dad?

Shawn D.: He's gone.

Willow: You can't let him get you down, Shawn.

Shawn d.: Easy for you to say.

Willow: The only thing wrong in your life right now is that you're practically giving every cent you make to a woman who makes you jump through hoops so you can see your kid. And then you don't even get to see her anyway, just for spite.

Shawn D.: You don't understand, Willow.

Willow: I do understand. And I have the perfect solution. You are going to get that convertible that you've been talking about and the two of us are gonna put the top down and go for the best road trip ever.

Shawn D.: Sounds like fun.

Willow: And the best part is... [Cellphone rings] Don't answer it.

Shawn D.: Belle, what's up?

Belle: Hey, I just wanted to know if you wanted to spend some time with Claire.

Shawn D.: What made you change your mind?

Belle: Well, it doesn't matter, but why don't you come over now before her nap?

Shawn D.: Are you gonna be there?

Belle: Yeah, and after we put her down, then you and I can talk.

Shawn D.: Yeah, all right, I'm on my way.

Willow: How's Belle?

Shawn D.: She, uh, she asked me if I wanted to stop by and see Claire.

Willow: She's messing with your head again.

Shawn D.: I'll see you later.

Marlena: I'm proud of you. That was the right thing to do. And whatever issues you have with Shawn, they can't come between Shawn and your daughter having a relationship.

Belle: I know, you're right. It's just so much has changed between us.

Marlena: One thing will never change -- you have a child together.

Belle: Yeah.

Marlena: And no matter how you're getting along right now, you've had lots of love together in the past.

Belle: I've just -- I screwed up my marriage to Philip, Mom, and I just don't want to make the same mistakes with Shawn. [Cellphone rings] Oh, good. I've been waiting for this call. Hey, did you see the photographer?

Max: Yeah, we got some more information.

Belle: Where are you?

Max: We just got back from Chicago. How about you come down to the garage and we'll fill you in?

Belle: Okay, I'm on my way. Um, Mom, I have to go. Can you watch Claire?

Marlena: Of course. Was that Shawn? Is he coming over?

Belle: Just let them spend as much time together as they want. I'll be back.

Marlena: What shall I say about where you went?

Belle: It's better that he doesn't know.

Marlena: Well, Belle --

Abe: Hey.

Bo: Hey, Abe. Sorry I'm late. I had some family business to take care of..

Abe: Is everything okay?

Bo: Yeah. Did I miss anything?

Abe: Not really.

Roman: Have a seat, Bo.

Bo: Thanks for doing this, Celeste.

Celeste: Hey, Bo. All right. Carrie's marriage to Lucas. Samantha's engagement to Austin. Ah. They are the four lovers. But they were tainted by the three of swords. It brings heartbreak and loneliness. But then...there's a temperance -- the source of health and balance.

Abe: That seems positive.

Celeste: Yes...unless accompanied by the five pentacles. And they represent...illness and sacrifice.

Roman: Well, that sounds like Kayla and Steve.

Celeste: I think so. The tower -- a downfall.

Abe: John and Marlena's plane crashed after it was sabotaged.

Bo: So, all these cards were sent to Wells as coded instructions to target specific members and friends of the Brady family.

Celeste: Apparently.

Roman: By who?

Celeste: Well, now, the spirit world doesn't usually include return addresses.

Abe: But these cards all talk about the past. Tarot cards -- they predict the future, too, right?

Celeste: Absolutely. I see many untold calamities still to come in these cards -- lies, betrayal, kidnapping, adultery, disappearances. I see many, many tears to shed. But it's -- it's what the cards don't say that troubles me most.

Abe: What do you mean?

Celeste: Before you arrived, I explained how there are -- there are 78 cards in a standard tarot deck.

Roman: 22 in the major arcana. 56 in the minor.

Celeste: Yes. But there are only 77 cards here. One is missing. Oh. But it''s on it's way from Italy. It may have already arrived.

Abe: What card is it?

Celeste: The death card. And that, Abraham, is what the future holds. Death.

Marlena: Hi, come on in, Shawn. I'm sorry. Belle got a call and she had to rush out.

Shawn D.: Oh, where?

Marlena: I don't really know. But I was told that I was to make you comfortable and you were to spend as much time with Claire as you like. She's up in the nursery.

Shawn D.: I got her a book.

Marlena: Oh, she'll love having you read that to her. I'll, uh, I'll get her for you.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I just hope that Belle likes it, 'cause I know that she's not really into fairy tales with happy endings these days.

Marlena: She's having a hard time right now. You both are. She's also having a very hard time reconciling being independent and being dependant on her family.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I know, but she shouldn't feel that way. Having people who want to take care of her and Claire, it's a great thing.

Marlena: Yes, it is.

Shawn D.: And she's made it pretty clear that she doesn't want me to be one of those people.

Marlena: Shawn, Belle cares about you. You know that. She cares a lot.

Belle: Okay, so, did the photographer tell you anything? Is that him in the picture?

Max: The Marine in the photo, his name is Andrew Spivey.

Belle: Great, but --

Mimi: But we think he's using an alias.

Belle: Why would Philip use an alias?

Mimi: He was working in special services the last time he went overseas. Maybe he's undercover.

Belle: Or maybe it's just someone who looks like him.

Max: No, we got another photo. Look, it's bigger and clearer. Look.

Belle: It's Philip.

Max: Yeah, and the photographer said that this Spivey guy has a prosthetic leg.

Belle: So he really was shipped off to Afghanistan?

Max: Yeah, it looks that way.

Belle: Oh, my God.

Max: Look, Belle, he came home once. He'll come home again.

Belle: Yeah, well, this time he doesn't think he has anything to come home to. What if he gets killed? What am I supposed to tell my daughter? That her daddy's dead because of me?

Victor: Philip, this is Dr. Weinstein. He's going to help you make a complete recovery.

Dr. Weinstein: We can't be certain of that.

Victor: Oh, I am. Oh, excuse me.

Dr. Weinstein: I would like to examine you. I am going to very gently... remove the bandages. There might be a little pain.

Victor: What do you mean you had visitors?

Art: A Max Brady and a Mimi something or other.

Victor: Mimi Lockhart.

Art: Yeah, yeah, they were asking about the photo and if I had any others from that day. I think they figured out that Andrew Spivey's really your son.

Victor: I'll take care of it. Thank you for calling. No one can find out the truth about Philip.

Dr. Weinstein: And there we go.

Abe: There's already been a murder -- Eve Michaels.

Celeste: Yes, but that's not the death I see. Officer Michaels was a stranger. This will be someone that you all care about...deeply.

Bo: Can you be more specific?

Celeste: I'm sorry.

Abe: So, E.J. Wells will be instructed to commit this murder when he receives the death card.

Celeste: Look, I've told you all I can.

Roman: Celeste, I want to know who's sending him these cards.

Celeste: Look, you don't need me or the cards to tell you that. This is family versus family.

Roman: DiMeras versus Bradys.

Celeste: All-out war.

Roman: All right, how in the hell can that be? Stefano's dead. Tony's in prison. The DiMera family's been broken up.

Bo: Well, they always rise from the dead...with a new head, just like the phoenix.

Abe: Is E.J. Wells a DiMera?

Celeste: He must be.

Bo: I knew that when we found that ring at E.J. Wells' place.

Abe: We've got to stop him before he gets that card and acts on it.

Roman: Exactly. But how?

Victor: Well, doctor, can you help him?

Dr. Weinstein: I can try. But it won't be easy. And there are no promises. Facial-transplant surgery is still highly experimental and very expensive.

Victor: Well, as I told you, money is no object. I would want you to start immediately, though.

Dr. Weinstein: Well, first we have to find a suitable donor. I'll have your son's name added to the waiting list right away. Once a donor is located, then I will have Philip transferred to my clinic in Quebec.

Victor: And how much would it cost to get him transferred to the top of that list?

Dr. Weinstein: The system is regulated, Mr. Kiriakis.

Victor: I understand. This your research for a generous amount of time.

Dr. Weinstein: It certainly will.

Victor: Consider it a first payment.

Dr. Weinstein: I will see what I can do about the list.

Victor: I promised my son I would get his life back. And I'll do whatever it takes to do that.

Mimi: Don't do this to yourself, Belle. It's my fault as much as it is yours. It's more my fault.

Max: It doesn't matter whose fault it is because we're gonna find out what happened to this Andrew Spivey -- Philip -- or whatever his name is.

Mimi: Maybe we should take this information to Victor.

Belle: No. I'm not involving him.

Mimi: Well, he's got the money and the connections to help us get the answers fast.

Belle: Doesn't matter. I don't trust him. Besides, I think that we can do this on our own. We have to find Philip wherever he is, and I need to tell him to come home to his family. I have to go home to Claire. Let me know if anything comes up.

Max: Yeah, absolutely.

Belle: Thank you.

Max: If Belle finds Philip and tells him to come home, it won't make Shawn very happy.

Shawn D.: Daddy's gonna have to go now.

Marlena: Oh, no, are you sure?

Shawn D.: Yeah, I got to go. But I just wanted to ask you something. Did Belle really tell you that she still cares about me?

Marlena: I'm her mother. I know how she feels.

Shawn D.: Then why did she tell me that she doesn't want me in her life anymore?

Marlena: Why have you done the things you've done lately? I think you're hurting. I think you both are. Your marriages have ended. You're trying to put your lives back together. But you and Belle have a very special relationship.

Shawn D.: Yeah, yeah, we do.

Marlena: And I believe if you're meant to be together, you will somehow find your way back together.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I don't think that she's thinking about getting back together with me. She's thinking a lot about Philip lately.

Marlena: Shawn, when a marriage ends, there are lots of conflicting feelings.

Shawn D.: Yeah, well, I'm not gonna waste any more of my life waiting for her to make up her mind. I have already done it once. But you know I'll always be here for you, right? I'll always be here for you. I'm always gonna be your daddy. Can you say "bye-bye," 'cause daddy's got to go? Can you say "bye-bye"? Bye-bye, sweetheart.

Marlena: All righty, Claire, there we go.

Shawn D.: There you go. Bye-bye. Bye-bye. Bye.

Marlena: [Laughs]

Bo: Well, we can't sit back and let the DiMeras come after us again.

Roman: Celeste, you're gonna have to sign a statement about everything you told us, especially about E.J. Wells being a DiMera and their plan to destroy the Bradys.

Celeste: Absolutely not. Look, I gave you the information. Do what you will with it, but leave me out of it.

Abe: Celeste, Lexie is a victim of this insanity, too.

Celeste: But she's alive, Abraham. And I intend to keep her that way. Now, I took an enormous risk when I agreed to cooperate with you. But now it's up to you.

Abe: Look, Celeste --

Celeste: I'm sorry, Abraham. I've got to go. I got an appointment.

Abe: And there's no way the D.A.'s gonna bring a case against Wells based on photos of tarot cards and ghost stories by an anonymous source, especially after the public embarrassment the department has suffered because of his damn press conference.

Bo: Well, it only leaves us one option.

Willow: How's Belle?

Shawn D.: She was gone. Apparently she had something to do at the last minute.

Willow: I could have told you that. You got to stop letting her jerk you around.

Shawn D.: Yeah, you're right. From now on, I'm living for me. And I'm gonna start by getting that convertible.

Willow: Well, why stop there? How about some hot new designer clothes and an even bigger apartment and a yacht with a hot tub on it?

Shawn D.: Or a Lear Jet.

Willow: With a big heart-shaped bed.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I'm liking this.

Willow: And I'm liking you. What are you doing?

Shawn D.: I'm gonna make sure that we are not interrupted.

Marlena: Hi, honey. You just missed Shawn.

Belle: How's Claire?

Marlena: Claire is just fine. Where did you go? What's the matter?

Belle: I went to see Max and Mimi. They found out some information about Philip. Apparently he re-enlisted and he's been shipped off to Afghanistan.

Marlena: I'm sorry.

Belle: He has suffered enough.

Marlena: Yes, he has.

Belle: I just need him to come home. I need to know that he's okay.

Victor: Dr. Weinstein is one of the best surgeons in the world, Philip. He's gonna help you get better. And once you do, you're going to take Claire away from Shawn and Belle. They don't deserve that precious little girl. But you do. You're gonna get through this, Philip. I promise.

Bo: So, we got to call John. He's the only one who can help us with this..

Abe: Marlena doesn't want him on the case.

Roman: And she won't be happy if he is, but we got no choice. He's a DiMera. He knows how they think.

Bo: You're right. We got to crack this thing before someone we love winds up dead.

Kayla: Who would have taken this and why would they have sent it to Steve?

Steve: I'm gonna find out.

Hope: Can you explain this?

Marlena: I know what's going on here.

Kate: What?

Marlena: You're sleeping with E.J., aren't you?

John: You got to swear to me right now that nobody knows about this, especially Marlena.

Abe: Deal.

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