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Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 5/15/08 - Canada; Friday 5/16/08 - U.S.A.

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Sami: You, uh, couldn't sleep, huh?

E.J.: I was hungry.

Sami: Yeah. Yeah, me too.

E.J.: Really? I thought maybe you came down to apologize.

Sami: "Apologize"? Really? For what?

E.J.: Pretending you didn't enjoy it when you kissed me.

Sami: Are you drunk?

E.J.: No.

Sami: Well, then, you must be crazy.

E.J.: Only for you.

Sami: I'm gonna get a snack.

E.J.: Here. Don't. Let me save you the trouble. Have this sandwich. It's good.

Victor: What the hell are you doing here?

Chloe: I was going to get a drink.

Victor: Well, enjoy it before you get thrown in jail for trespassing.

Kayla: Ohh. Dr. Elman, you have to make these contractions stop.

Sarah: She's dilated three centimeters, doctor.

Kayla: No, no, no, no. This baby cannot come yet. It's too soon.

Steve: Sweetness, try to take it easy.

Dr. Elman: I'm adding nifedipine to your drip.

Steve: Wait. What's that?

Dr. Elman: It's a drug to slow, ideally stop the contractions.

Steve: There's no risk to Kayla or the baby with that, is there?

Dr. Elman: None at all. Kayla, I want you to work on relaxing and breathing.

Kayla: I'll try. Oh, God, here comes another one.

Steve: Just hold on to me, baby. Give me everything you got. Give it to me. Okay.

Kayla: You -- you got to stop these. I mean, these contractions are coming so close and so fast and, pretty soon, you're not gonna be able to stop it.

Dr. Elman: Kayla, relax. Give the meds a chance.

Kayla: It's too soon. We can't lose our baby.

Steve: No, no, no. Don't go there. Just hold on to me. Now, come on. Everything's gonna be okay. It's gonna be okay. Just breathe, baby. Just breathe. Come on.

Bo: Uh, we should probably hold off calling ma.

Hope: Actually, I wasn't calling her. If we can stop the contractions, there's no reason to even tell her this happened. Brady, there is someone we need to tell.

Chelsea: They have great butts.

Stephanie: Always. Have you heard anything from Daniel?

Chelsea: Nope.

Stephanie: No texts or I.M.s? Voicemails?

Chelsea: Daniel doesn't see a future with me.

Stephanie: So what are you gonna do?

Chelsea: Change his mind. [Cellphone ringing] Not my cell phone.

Stephanie: It's Hope. Hello?

Hope: Uh, Steph, hi, sweetie. It's hope. Listen, I don't want you to panic, okay, but I need you to come down to the hospital right away. Your mom's gone into labor.

Stephanie: She can't be having the baby. It's too soon.

[Machine beeping]

Steve: Doctor, how long before the medicine you gave her will stop the contractions?

Dr. Elman: It's hard to predict. We'll know more once we determine what's causing early labor.

Steve: Then you'll be able to stop it?

Dr. Elman: We're doing everything we can.

Kayla: How's my baby doing?

Dr. Elman: So far, the baby shows no signs of fetal distress, but I've ordered an ultrasound to check for placental abruption. That's when the placenta separates from the uterus.

Steve: That's bad, right?

Kayla: It's just a test. They just need to rule things out.

Dr. Elman: That's right, and I don't think that's what's happening here, but we'll see what the film shows. Now, Kayla, I can call Dr. Wang and have you hooked up to an epidural for the pain, but it might speed up the contractions. It'll work against the nifedipine. It's up to you.

Kayla: No. No.

Steve: Are you sure?

Kayla: No, I can't do anything to increase the risk of this baby coming early.

Dr. Elman: Okay. All right. Then I'll give you something to help you relax, yeah?

Kayla: Okay. Oh.

Steve: You got another one?

Kayla: Yeah.

Steve: Okay.

Dr. Elman: Sarah, let's get her down to radiology and see what we're dealing with here, and would you alert the neonatology team and ask Dr. --

Kayla: Neonatology? No, no, no, no. This baby cannot be born now. It's too soon.

Dr. Elman: Listen, we've got to alert them so they're on standby. I want them ready just in case, yeah?

Steve: Look, it's gonna be all right. It's gonna be okay, baby. Yes, it is.

Sami: You think I'm gonna share a sandwich with you? I would rather stick bamboo shoots under my fingernails.

E.J.: [Chuckles] Really? My goodness. Kissing me must have been like purgatory for you.

Sami: For the record, I actually have no idea why I --

E.J.: Kissed me? Really? You know, the Romans have a word for that, if I remember my Latin correctly. Let me see -- mo, mas, mat... did I tell you that? Did I ever tell you that I read Latin at the same time as I was studying law?

Sami: That's so interesting. You know, I can read you like an open book. You think just because I...

E.J.: Kissed me?

Sami: That I'm gonna be willing to talk about it. Well, you're sorely mistaken.

E.J.: Very well. [Clears throat] We'll leave it at that. You can have the apple slices if you like. Good night.

Sami: Where are you going?

E.J.: Bed. It is late, and I have an appointment in the morning.

Sami: Oh, well, be sure to tell the money-grubbing bitch that I said hi.

E.J.: Nicole's a client, okay? Clients mean money. We need money.

Sami: Look, E.J., I have to talk to you. It's important. It's about Johnny, actually, and, um, I, uh -- I think we have a very important decision to make.

E.J.: What's that?

Sami: It's about, um, the twins and how they're gonna be going to preschool soon. I mean, I know it seems a little bit early, but preschools actually fill up really quickly, especially here in Salem, so we need to get them on a waiting list, and we need to talk about where we want to send them and if they should go to school together. Do we want to do that?

E.J.: Yeah, mm-hmm. No, completely. Hey, maybe we should think about college, too, at the same time.

Sami: This isn't a joke. E.J., This is very serious. This is our children's education. You know, that's --

[Cellphone rings]

E.J.: Excuse me.

Sami: No, no. I'm sure Nicole loves having you on speed dial.

E.J.: It's the Statesville prison.

Sami: Do you think it's about Lucas? About letting him go?

Victor: What the hell are you doing here? I told Henderson to pack your bags and send them to wherever the hell you ended up.

Chloe: And I told him to unpack and move me back into my room.

Victor: You don't live here anymore.

Chloe: I'm family, victor. Whether you like it or not.

Victor: [Sighs] You know, you are the worst thing that's ever happened to this family.

Chloe: Uh, no. I think that would be your wife, Nicole, and her little dog, too.

Victor: Answer me this. Why would you want to force yourself somewhere where you're not wanted?

Chloe: Because I can. Because you set me up. When Brady disappeared, you made it look as if my husband's blood was on my hands.

Victor: I don't see the problem. You knew you weren't guilty.

Chloe: The Austrian police weren't so sure, because you didn't bother to tell them that you had checked Brady into rehab.

Victor: To save his life.

Chloe: Do you not even care how Brady's doing?

Victor: I keep in close touch.

Chloe: Oh. Then you must know.

Victor: That he's divorcing you, yes. Which brings us back to the original question. You and Brady are history. You're all over with, done. What monumental act of audacity brings you back?

Philip: I invited her.

Stephanie: Okay, thanks, Hope. I'm on my way. Tell my mom that I love her.

Chelsea: Wait, your mom's having the baby? Isn't that soon?

Stephanie: Way too soon. I have to get to the hospital.

Chelsea: I'm coming with you. Stephanie, it's gonna be all right. I promise.

Steve: Does that feel better, baby?

[Knock on door]

Bo: Hey. Okay if we come in?

Kayla: Sure.

Steve: Brother, sister-in-law, come on in.

Kayla: Yeah. I know it.

Dr. Elman: We just took Kayla to get an ultrasound.

Lexie: The baby's not in distress.

Hope: Oh, thank God.

Bo: Oh, good.

Kayla: Sorry, sorry.

Steve: Let me get in there. Just breathe, baby, breathe. There we go.

Dr. Elman: Take a deep breath and hold...and relax.

Kayla: [Exhales deeply] I don't think the medicine's working.

Sarah: She's at four centimeters now, doctor.

Kayla: We got to stop this.

Steve: Hey, hey, slow down, little peanut. Come on now. It's your papa talking.

Dr. Elman: You know, the increasing strength and intensity of those contractions is really troubling me. I'm gonna try another medication and piggyback onto the nifedipine, okay?

Kayla: Whatever you have to do to stop the contractions. Oh, God.

Steve: It's okay, baby. It's gonna be all right. Hey, Lexie.

Lexie: Yeah?

Steve: Can the baby survive if it comes now?

E.J.: Yes. No, I understand completely. R-- okay, and if we do? Yes. Thank you. No, no, thank you.

Sami: So, what did he say? Is Lucas coming home?

Victor: This is my house. I decide who's welcome.

Philip: Like Nicole?

Victor: That's a legal matter.

Philip: And this is a personal one. Chloe stays.

Victor: I'd like to speak to Philip in private.

Chloe: Hey, I just came to get something to help me sleep.

Victor: Well, I'm sorry we don't have any drugs.

Chloe: I don't do drugs.

Victor: No, but you made my grandson's life so miserable that he did drugs to escape the misery of being married to you.

Philip: Stop it.

Victor: I said get out!

Philip: All right. You had no right to keep the truth about Brady a secret from me.

Victor: This has nothing to do with you, Philip.

Philip: You can justify anything, can't you? Even keeping secrets about your own grandson.

Victor: And what about you, Philip? What about the secrets that you're keeping from me?

Bo: Wish I knew what was going on in there.

Hope: If there's any news, they'll let us know.

Bo: Yeah.

Stephanie: Hope, Uncle Bo.

Hope: Oh, sweetheart, hey.

Stephanie: How's my mom and the baby?

Hope: They gave her some medication to stop the contractions.

Stephanie: Is it working?

Hope: They're not sure yet.

Stephanie: Can I see her?

Bo: Uh, why don't you sit tight? I'll check with the doctors.

Chelsea: It's gonna be okay.

Kayla: [Breathing heavily]

Steve: You're doing great, sweetness. You're doing great.

Lexie: The contractions are coming closer.

Dr. Elman: I'm afraid the meds aren't doing anything.

Steve: Lexie, there must be something.

Kayla: I know the stats. If I give birth now, there's a good chance this baby won't survive.

Dr. Elman: And I've delivered babies as early as 24 weeks.

Kayla: And how many have survived?

Steve: Come on. This one's a fighter. He's a Johnson.

Kayla: I'm so scared.

Steve: I am, too, baby, but we got to stay positive and trust the doctors. That's all we can do right now.

Kayla: There's another one. Oh.

Steve: Okay, okay. Come on. Hold on, baby. Breathe. Come on, breathe.

E.J.: I am so sorry, Samantha. No.

Sami: But you said --

E.J.: I-I said that we would do everything that we could. Lucas just didn't make the cut. I'm sorry.

Philip: What are you talking about? I haven't kept anything from you.

Victor: Oh, really? What about the B&E that your man did over at John's place?

Philip: How did you find out about that?

Victor: That's beside the point. Why didn't you tell me about it?

Philip: I was going to. I just wanted to find out exactly what I had.

Victor: You telling me you came up with nothing?

Philip: No. There was a disk. But it's encrypted and I don't know what's on it.

Victor: What makes you think this disk is important?

Philip: Well, I've been monitoring the conversations at the mansion for a while now.

Victor: Really? And how did you manage that?

Philip: Not the point. This disk was locked up in a safe.

Victor: By who? Stefano or John?

Philip: From what I was able to figure out, Stefano. And there was some speculation it had something to do with what he did to John.

Victor: Fascinating.

Philip: Very. It'll be very interesting to see what's on that disk.

Victor: I assume you have someone working on the encryption?

Philip: Of course.

Victor: Let me know if you find anything.

Philip: I will.

Victor: Listen, about Chloe...

Philip: I'll handle Chloe, Dad.

Victor: I admire the way you handled this whole situation with John Black.

Philip: Thank you.

Victor: I think you're ready to handle more. And it's about time I let you.

Kayla: [Moaning]

Steve: Good. That's it.

Lexie: We can't wait any longer, Kayla. Your contractions are coming two minutes apart. You're fully effaced and nine centimeters dilated.

Steve: There's no stopping it now, baby. Doctors have done everything they could. The baby's coming tonight.

Stephanie: She can't have the baby already. It's too soon.

Kayla: There's nothing we can do to stop it.

Lexie: Tell the neo team we're ready.

Sarah: All right, right away.

Kayla: Oh. Oh, another one. Oh!

Steve: I got you. I got you. Breathe, breathe.

Sami: I think I was better off not getting my hopes up. I was better off thinking that he was gonna be stuck in prison forever.

E.J.: Look... would you rather we hadn't tried?

Sami: No. No, of course not. I just -- when you said there was a chance, I really believed that it would happen. I really believed that he...

E.J.: Okay, look, just because it didn't happen this time, it doesn't mean that we can't try again.

Sami: Don't, okay? Don't just say something to make me feel better.

E.J.: I wouldn't do that.

Sami: Well, I-I, um -- I have to accept that -- that he's not coming back anytime soon and that...Allie is gonna grow up without...her dad and -- and, uh --

E.J.: I'm sorry.

Sami: That's it.

E.J.: I know that's the thing you're most afraid of.

Sami: E.J., I really appreciate you...trying to help, and, um -- and that means a lot to me, so thank you...very much.

E.J.: Look, um...without trying to sound inappropriate... you know that there is...nothing that I wouldn't do to help you.

Sami: Right. Um...right. Well...that's very... comforting, so, um... so thank you.

E.J.: Samantha, don't do this. Don't. Look, I don't care what kind of relationship we have, but you don't need to do this anymore. You don't have to stand there and pretend to be this person. Just come here. Come here. Come here. It's okay.

Sami: [Sobbing]

Philip: More? I'm already running the shipping lines and overseeing the manufacturing and publishing divisions.

Victor: Yes, and very well. But there are some other things I haven't given you complete control of yet.

Philip: Well, I know you like to keep your hand in.

Victor: I do. But this whole thing with Brady and Chloe has exhausted me, physically and emotionally. Anyway, this -- this whole business with John and the disk, it's shown me that you're willing to get your hands dirty if you have to.

Philip: Wouldn't you have done the same?

Victor: Yes, but...all the same, it makes me a little sad. I was hoping that you could stay above all that.

Philip: I did what I had to for the future of the company and for our family.

Victor: And that tells me that the future of both would be in very good hands with you. It'd be safe and prosperous.

Philip: You sound like you're retiring.

Victor: [Chuckles] No, I'm just going to watch the game from a little further back, that's all.

Philip: Well, I'm sure there will be times that...I need your advice.

Victor: And I'm sure there will be times when I'm going to give it to you and you don't want it and don't need it.

Philip: [Chuckles] I'll listen anyway. Don't worry, Dad. I won't let you down.

Victor: I know you won't, son. That's why we're having this conversation.

Chelsea: Does all that mean what I think it means?

Hope: I'm afraid so.

Steve: Come on, sweetness. Breathe through it. Breathe right through it.

Kayla: [Moaning]

Dr. Elman: Okay, we're not there yet.

Steve: Here we go.

Kayla: I can feel the baby coming. I can feel it coming.

Dr. Elman: Okay, this is it. On the next contraction, I want you to bear down and push.

Lexie: You are fully dilated. This baby is coming whether you want it to or not, Kayla.

Dr. Elman: Kayla, listen to me. Listen to me. You're gonna take a deep, cleansing breath and push.

Steve: Here we go. Take one. Do it, baby, do it.

Victor: I never told you this before, but when you first went away to war, I was really frightened.

Philip: So was I.

Victor: A lot of people getting killed and wounded. And when I got the letter that you'd lost your leg, I really got scared. I mean, all this bite-the-bullet stuff is fine for movies, but... I was scared to death I was gonna lose my son.

Philip: Yeah, but you knew I was alive.

Victor: Yeah, but I didn't know how it would affect you, how it would affect your morale.

Philip: I went back for a second tour. There's your answer.

Victor: You're a real hero, son, and not just in my eyes. That's why I wonder with the business whether it would be enough of a challenge for you.

Philip: Of course it is. What is this really about?

Victor: I just don't like the idea of you getting your hands dirty, like in this John situation.

Philip: And if not this, then what would I do?

Victor: I don't know. Politics?

Philip: [Scoffs] Yeah, right. I wouldn't have to worry about getting my hands dirty there.

[Both chuckle]

Victor: And I know you had great hopes for you and Claire and Belle.

Philip: Well, Belle's happy. And I'm happy for her.

Victor: I know you are. But you deserve to be happy, too. I know you want to get married. You want to have a family.

Philip: All in good time.

Victor: Don't wait too long.

Philip: I'm keeping my options open.

Victor: Good.

Philip: Where are you going?

Victor: I'll be right back.

Sami: [Sniffles] [Chuckles] Um...God, I hate girls who cry all the time.

E.J.: You don't cry all the time, darling. Some of the time you're angry. [Chuckles]

Sami: Thanks...a lot.

E.J.: It's okay. You know what I mean. Listen, I, uh -- I have a couple of big shoulders here, so I don't mind lending them to you anytime you need to cry.

Sami: Well, from here on out, I need to focus on just being strong for my children.

E.J.: I think that's the most important thing.

Sami: It's just so frustrating not having control of your own life.

E.J.: Samantha, you do have control of your own life. It's just other people's lives that you can't be expected to control. Okay? All right. You look a bit better. It's late, so if you don't mind, I promised Nicole I'd give her a game of tennis in the morning, so I'm gonna head to bed.

Sami: Yeah, if she's not too hung over.

E.J.: Well...if she is, I can make her one of my famous hangover remedies.

Sami: E.J... what do you see in her?

E.J.: It's more really what Nicole sees in me, you know? She thinks I'm a bit of all that.

Sami: What woman wouldn't?

E.J.: You.

Hope: You all right?

Chelsea: Yeah, I'm just... worried about aunt Kayla's baby coming too soon. That's all. They must be really scared.

Hope: Yeah, I'm sure they are, but we'll just have to hope and pray that everything works out for the best.

Bo: Hey, want a water?

Hope: Yeah, I'd love one. Thank you so much.

Chelsea: Thanks.

Bo: Any word?

Hope: No.

Bo: Is she okay?

Hope: Not really. She's really worried about what's happening in there.

Bo: Yeah. This has got to be hitting close to home.

Hope: Oh, I'm sure it is.

Bo: Excuse me.

Hope: Yeah.

Bo: Hey. Love you, kid.

Chelsea: I love you, too. When I was sleeping just now...I had a dream about Zack. And I've actually dreamt about him a lot, but this time it was different.

Hope: In what way? How?

Chelsea: Well...we were playing hide-and-seek. And I was looking everywhere for him. Well, not actually because he always hid in the same place, remember?

Hope: Of course I remember. Under the bed.

Chelsea: And...when I found him, he just -- he started laughing that...that silly little laugh he had. And...I just -- I picked him up, and I squeezed him so tight. And I just felt this shooting pain in my heart. You know, like it just happened.

Hope: The accident.

Chelsea: He was your child. And I to-- I took away your child.

Hope: No, Chelsea. God had a plan for him. You know, it's taken me an awfully long time to truly believe that. But now I do believe it. It's true.

Chelsea: Because of Claire. Because they were able to use a piece of his liver to save her.

Hope: Just like they were able to use a piece of your pancreas to save your dad. Zack brought all of us so much love and so much joy. That's what we need to focus on, Chelsea. It's what he'd want. Don't you think?

Chelsea: When Dr. Jonas came in here and told me that I couldn't have kids...the first person I thought of was Zack. And I know it might not make sense, but...it just feels like some kind of justice, you know?

Hope: No. No. Chelsea, look at me. You will never talk like that again. Do you hear me? Not ever. What's happened to you is not punishment for Zack's death. Do you understand that? Do you?

Chelsea: I do, but --

Hope: But, but, but nothing.

Chelsea: But, Hope, maybe I want to be punished so that -- I don't know -- not being able to have kids makes sense. It feels right.

Hope: No, it's not right. Do you understand? You are a wonderful person. You are such a blessing in your father's life and in my life. You need to understand...Zack's death was an accident, honey. An accident.

Chelsea: I know. Thank you. You are an amazing person.

Hope: No. I just love you very much. I can see so much of you in [Sighs] Your dad in you -- your courage, your big heart. You're a little difficult sometimes.

Chelsea: [Chuckles]

Hope: Makes me love you all the more. Come here. Let me hug my daughter.

Chelsea: I love you, too, Hope. I only hope that one day I get to turn out like you.

Steve: You're doing great. You're doing great, sweetness.

Stephanie: Push, Mom.

Kayla: [Moaning]

Dr. Elman: The baby's crowning.

Kayla: Oh, God.

Steve: Oh, look at that. Look at that!

Dr. Elman: Come on, another push. You can do it. Come on.

Steve: There we go. There we go. Yeah.

Dr. Elman: Come on.

Steve: Good job, sweetie. Good job.

Sami: Me? As in me like you?

E.J.: Samantha, you said what woman wouldn't. And I said you. That would suggest the opposite conclusion.

Sami: Are you trying to confuse me?

E.J.: I don't know. Maybe. I'm tired, okay? Look...we could banter on like this all night. Let's not, okay, this time.

Sami: Oh. Yeah. Yeah, you have to go to bed. You have to be all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for your tennis partner tomorrow.

E.J.: I would much rather talk about this with you.

Sami: Well, you just said you didn't want to talk to me.

E.J.: No, what I said was I don't want to banter backwards and forwards playing stupid word games. Samantha, would you please look at me? I need to know how you feel.

Sami: How I feel? Come on, E.J. You're my husband.

E.J.: Right, okay. And you're my wife, and we both know that's a complete sham.

Sami: Right, one that we carried on for far too long so that you could keep your visa.

E.J.: Okay, fine. Visa's done. Now, where do we go from here?

Sami: You're the one that wanted to go to bed or whatever. You're tired.

E.J.: No, Samantha, what I would like to do is have some sense of where I stand with you, and this has got nothing to do with Johnny. If you really don't want me in your life, you need to let me know because at the moment, I'm getting some really mixed signals.

Sami: Oh, great. So now you want to talk about the --

E.J.: Kiss, yes. I would like to talk about the kiss.

Sami: Again.

E.J.: No. All right, fine. Again, okay? And again...and again until you give me an answer. You can't have it both ways. Do you understand that? You can't -- the one hand say that you don't care about me and then the other hand be jealous of Nicole. They don't gel, sweetheart. Do you have feelings for me? Do you have any feelings for me at all? Look, all right, I realize you have a lot on your plate at the moment, so I'm not trying to add to that. But if you want me to stop having any kind of relationship with Nicole that is not strictly professional, I will do that. You just have to give me a reason to do it. Just something.

Philip: What's that?

Victor: This is your legacy and your future.

Philip: Thank you.

Victor: Don't thank me. You've earned it.

Chelsea: How much longer do you guys think it'll be before the baby comes?

Hope: Any minute.

Bo: Hey, do you think this would have happened if Kay hadn't gone through all that stuff at the Vitali compound?

Hope: There's no way of knowing.

Bo: I'm just glad that son of a bitch --

Chelsea: What?

Bo: Uh, nothing.

Chelsea: Hope?

Hope: Martino Vitali was killed tonight.

Chelsea: He was murdered?

Hope: Well...actually, he was resisting arrest.

Chelsea: You were in a gunfight?

Bo: It's okay. We're okay.

Chelsea: Dad, you could have been killed.

Bo: But I wasn't. He was.

Chelsea: What the hell were you thinking?

Bo: This is exactly why I didn't want to tell you.

Hope: Brady, she would have found out anyway.

Bo: Let's just forget about it. We've got more important things to worry about, okay?

Dr. Elman: Okay, Kayla, here we go. Just one last, good push.

Steve: That's it. Come on.

Stephanie: Come on.

Steve: There you go.

Stephanie: You can do it.

Steve: There you go.

Kayla: [Grunts]

Dr. Elman: Oh, hey there, little guy.

Kayla: It's a boy? It's a boy? It's a boy.

Stephanie: It's a boy.

Steve: Baby boy Johnson's here.

Kayla: It's a boy. It's a boy.


Steve: He's here.

Kayla: Why -- why isn't he crying? Why isn't he crying?

Chloe: Hey, you look happy. Did your father have a heart attack?

Philip: Stop it.

Chloe: Come on. It's just a joke.

Philip: I mean it, Chloe.

Chloe: Fine. I guess you're on his side now. Should I have Henderson pack my bags...again?

Philip: No. You can stay.

Chloe: Thank you.

Philip: Want some more good news?

Chloe: That would be a refreshing change.

Philip: Dad just gave me a little more control over all things Kiriakis.

Chloe: Wow. Uh...I don't think Brady will like that very much.

Philip: Actually...that's no longer any of your business.

Chloe: Nice. Kick me when I'm down.

Philip: Brady was never interested in the business. You know that. And this has nothing to do with his piece of the inheritance or your divorce settlement, if that's what you're worried about.

Chloe: I didn't marry Brady for the money.

Philip: Good. Because when it comes to your divorce, if my dad has anything to say about it, you won't get a penny.

Chloe: So, you're in charge of pretty much everything now?

Philip: As far as the business goes.

Chloe: Handsome, rich, and powerful -- that's a pretty potent combination.

Philip: You forgot about ruthless.

Chloe: [Chuckles] What does that mean? I shouldn't cross you or make you angry?

E.J.: So...what's it gonna be?

Sami: You... are my husband. And there is no way I am just gonna stand by...and let that slut sink her claws into you. You got me?

E.J.: What are you gonna do about it?

Kayla: What's wrong with my baby? What's wrong with my baby?


Hope: Is the baby okay? Is the baby gonna be all right?

Steve: Where are they taking him?

Dr. Elman: To Neonatal ICU.

Stephanie: But he's gonna be okay, right?

Kayla: He wasn't crying. He wasn't crying. What's wrong with my baby?

Dr. Elman: Look, they hadn't finished suctioning his --

Kayla: Don't lie to me. What's wrong with my baby?

Lexie: I'm sorry, Kayla. He wasn't breathing.

Kayla: What? No. [Sobbing] No! No! No! No! No.

Mickey: You're the reason I'm here. How would you like to get out of Statesville and go home?

E.J.: Just the two of us. So whatever happens now is up to you.

Steve: I'm gonna go down there and see our baby boy.

Lexie: Sorry, Steve. You can't go, either.

Kayla: What?

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