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Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 5/27/08 - Canada; Wednesday 5/28/08 - U.S.A.

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Pete: Vodka on the rocks, easy on the rocks.

Ava: Thanks. You guys have Wi-Fi here, right?

Pete: Yeah.

Ava: Great. Hello, old friend.

Max: Hey, Morgan.

Morgan: I proofread this thing 10 times. Read that sentence right there.

Max: I think you misspelled "personnel."

Morgan: Is it that obvious? God, there goes my "A."

Max: Well, can't you fix it before you turn it in?

Morgan: This is my copy. I already turned it in. God, and Professor DiCario's a real stickler for spelling, too.

Max: Well, Morgan, I think you're being a little tough on yourself.

Morgan: This journal counts for 1/3 of my final grade.

Max: You're gonna be fine.

Morgan: What time is it?

Max: Mm, quarter till.

Morgan: Oh, God. He's gonna be here any minute. I get my semester evaluation today.

Max: Why is he meeting you down here at the pub?

Morgan: He likes the clam chowder. How should I know? [Sighs] Is "Internet" capitalized?

Max: Uh...depends. Hey, look who it is. It's Spielberg and Scorsese.

Morgan: Do you have to videotape this?

Mark: DiCario asked us to.

Morgan: Great. So my humiliation is captured on film forever, huh?

Max: Yeah, and you can show your grandkids some day.

Morgan: Not funny.

David: So, where's Stephanie?

Morgan: You know, I don't know, but she should have been here by now.

Stephanie: He's gonna be okay, Mom. You have to believe that.

Kayla: I see this kind of thing all the time. But when it's your own child --

Stephanie: I know, but they're taking really good care of him. I mean, they have the best team here. You said so yourself.

Steve: Car's out front. Are you ready?

Stephanie: You ready, Mom?

Steve: Just tell Joe we'll see him in the morning, baby.

Kayla: I can't do it. I can't leave him.

Marlena: So, 1:00 on Monday. Oh, a lunch meeting. No, that's perfect. No, it is, really. It'll work great. Be sure to put that in my calendar for me. Bye. See you in the morning.

E.J.: 40 minutes. 40 minutes it takes me to get across town. Can you believe it? University Avenue is down to one lane.

Marlena: I know. It'll be like that a couple more weeks.

E.J.: Well, I'm going to have to find a different way of getting around. Is Samantha here? I'm gonna go upstairs.

Marlena: She's with Lucas and the twins. I-I wish you wouldn't go up.

Nicole: Philip, we really need to talk about -- oh! That is not right.

Max: Kayla just got out of the hospital, so I think Stephanie's with her parents.

Morgan: I wonder how the baby's doing.

Max: I don't know. Ma said she went to go check him out, still a little touch and go.

Morgan: Poor little guy.

Max: Yeah.

Morgan: Will you put that thing down, please?

Mark: I'm just checking the levels.

David: I'm gonna shoot some b-roll until Stephanie gets here.

Mark: Get an establishing shot of the exterior while you're at it.

David: Yeah.

Mark: Levels are good. And 3...2...1. I am here with Morgan Hollingsworth and... what's your name again?

Max: Max Brady.

Mark: And Max Brady, just moments bef-- as in Max Brady, the racecar driver?

Max: Yeah.

Mark: I never put two and two together. Dude, this is awesome. A celebrity cameo.

Max: Okay, that was a long time ago, all right?

Mark: Yeah, I heard you dropped out of racing. So, what are you doing these days?

Max: I -- isn't the focus supposed to be on her? Huh? Come on, man.

Pete: Hey, Max, is there any chance you could fill in for me on Saturday?

Max: Yeah, sure.

Pete: Thanks, man. I owe you.

Max: Yeah, Pete.

Mark: This is where you work?

Max: Look, my family owns the bar, and I fill in from time to time, okay?

Mark: No, that's cool. I just would have thought that you were --

Max: No, no, no, I get it. Yeah, it's great. Yeah, keep the concentration on her -- what you came in for. Right here. Yeah.

Mark: So, Morgan, what was your favorite part of the internship?

Morgan: You mean besides having my every move videotaped?

Max: [Chuckles]

Mark: Look, I have to get a good grade on this, too, you know? Work with me here.

Morgan: Okay, my favorite thing about the internship would have to be working with Tony DiMera. I mean, the man is a creative genius. I only hope I'm half as successful as he is.

Mark: It would have been great to get a final interview with him, but, apparently, he's still on his honeymoon.

Morgan: Really?

Max: Wait, Tony got married?

Morgan: Yeah, you didn't know that? He married Anna. Or remarried, I guess I should say.

Max: Wow, I wonder how long that's gonna last.

Morgan: Oh, come on. Those two are made for each other.

Max: But Anna's a little high-maintenance, don't you think? She's not gonna see this tape, right?

Morgan: Oh, you are such a cynic. Do you not believe in true love, Max Brady?

Max: We are not having this conversation on camera.

Morgan: What about you and Stephanie, huh?

Max: Okay, stop tape now.

Morgan: Where are you going?

Max: I'm going down to the docks. It's been a media frenzy down there ever since they found the drugs, and guess who gets to clean it up.

Mark: You work at the docks, too? The guy Gearhead Weekly once called the next Jeff Gordon?

Max: Didn't I tell you to turn that off? Is it true that you once left your camera on in the women's locker room after softball practice?

Mark: Okay, Max, I get the message.

Max: Thanks, buddy. Persistent little guy, isn't he?

Morgan: Yeah. [Sighs] So, have you heard anything else about the drug raid?

Max: No, just what I heard on the news. So, what do you think? John Black guilty?

Morgan: Of drug trafficking? I wouldn't be surprised.

Max: You know, if John's guilty, then maybe your father is, too.

Morgan: Yeah.

E.J.: Okay.

Ava: So? Is that a yes?

E.J.: You have yourself a lawyer, Miss Vitali.

Ava: That's great. So, you have a card or something so I can call you?

E.J.: Yes, of course. Here.

Marlena: I'd like Sami and Lucas to have some time alone.

E.J.: That's fine, but I'm just gonna go and see my son.

Marlena: Odd, because you were asking me about Samantha, not your son.

E.J.: Yes, she was having an argument earlier with Lucas. I was a bit concerned, that's all.

Marlena: You were concerned that...what, they might reconcile?

E.J.: No.

Marlena: I think you're rather pleased that Lucas walked in on you and Sami in bed.

E.J.: What exactly is your point, Marlena? I mean, we are husband and wife, are we not?

Marlena: Yes. I think you're hoping this may be the last straw for Lucas, that perhaps he will now end his relationship with Sami.

Nicole: Uh, what's going on here, besides the obvious?

Chloe: Get out!

Nicole: I would have thought with your money, you could at least buy an hour with someone attractive.

Philip: Damn it, Nicole.

Nicole: Oh, for heaven sake, Philip, wake up. Even her druggie of a husband had the good sense to dump her.

Chloe: Oh, that's it, you bitch!

Nicole: Ah, ooh, you know what? Maybe you should put some clothes on there, sweetheart. Ugh, cellulite. Maybe a few hundred crunches wouldn't hurt, either.

Philip: That's enough, Nicole. Out!

Nicole: Look, as your stepmommy, I feel it is my responsibility to protect you from tramps like her, and since Victor is out of town, I'm in charge of what happens here. And I want her out.

Steve: Sweetness, I don't want to leave him, either, but, you know, we're gonna see him first thing in the morning.

Stephanie: Or maybe we can come back tonight.

Steve: I bet you we could work that out. But in the meantime, let's get you home, 'cause you know what? I've got a surprise for you.

Stephanie: That's right. The surprise.

Kayla: I'm really not in the mood.

Steve: I know you're not, baby, but you're really gonna like this.

Stephanie: Mom, you are gonna love it.

Steve: Come on. Let's get going.

Kayla: I never even got to hold him.

Steve: I'll be back in a minute.

Stephanie: Mom, Joey is just gonna keep getting healthier and stronger. I mean, he's much better today than he was yesterday. And tomorrow, he's gonna be even better.

Kayla: I just wish he could breathe on his own.

Stephanie: I know. The doctor said it's gonna take time, but...we just have to think positive, okay?

Kayla: Yeah.

Steve: Hey. So, what do you say, before we go home...we go in there and see our baby boy up close?

Kayla: Hey, little guy. Your mama's here now.

Chloe: I have as much right to be here as you do.

Nicole: This is half my house, and you're not welcome.

Philip: Stop it, Nicole, right now.

Nicole: Oh, what a waste, Philip. You could do so much better.

Chloe: You're one to talk, the porn princess.

Philip: If you're not out of here in five seconds, I'll throw you out.

Nicole: She's all boobs and hair -- no substance.

Chloe: You know what? That's it. You're gonna get it.

Philip: Hey, hey, hey.

Nicole: Oh, wait. Come on, Philip. I'll leave.

Chloe: Get out!

Nicole: Will you do me a favor, hmm? Call your doctor and get your shots.

E.J.: The last I checked, Samantha was married to me, okay? Not Lucas.

Marlena: But Lucas is the love of her life. I would think you might find that a little bit threatening.

E.J.: I'm the guy who got him out of prison, okay? Now, why would I do that if I was threatened by him?

Marlena: I don't know. I've been wondering that myself.

E.J.: Because it was the right thing to do, Marlena. The same reason that I told you why John was alive.

Marlena: No ulterior motives.

E.J.: No ulterior motives.

Marlena: You know, you didn't answer my question. I was wondering if you were happy that Lucas walked in on you and Sami in bed.

E.J.: Was I happy? Of course I wasn't happy. Now Samantha's running around trying to persuade Lucas that what happened was a mistake, which it wasn't.

Marlena: I'm not sure she feels that way.

E.J.: She didn't have to do anything, okay? She made love to me because she wanted to.

Marlena: But would she have wanted to if she had known Lucas was out of prison?

E.J.: Look, Marlena, I'm sorry. If you're clinging to some notion that maybe Samantha and Lucas are gonna get back together and reunite, I'm sorry. It's not going to happen.

Marlena: I know. Not right away. Perhaps in time. The funny thing is Sami and Lucas have always somehow found their way back together.

E.J.: Well, let me ask you this -- would you ever consider giving up on John?

Marlena: No, I wouldn't.

E.J.: Okay. Then I'm not gonna giving up on Samantha, either.

Steve: He's pretty cute, huh?

Stephanie: [Chuckles]

Steve: Good thing he looks like your mama. [Laughter]

Stephanie: Hi, Joey. I'm Stephanie.

Steve: Yeah, that's Stephanie. You got to watch out for this one, kid. She's trouble.

Stephanie: Don't pay any attention to him. We're gonna get along just great. And since I'm your big sister and all, I'm gonna give you a lot of tips on how to work these guys. You want to go out past curfew or get a tattoo, come to me.

Steve: Okay, okay. That's enough. Let me tell you something, little dude -- I'm just glad to have another man around the house. Being surrounded by all this estrogen, that's tough.

Stephanie: You poor thing.

Kayla: Can I touch him?

Nurse: Of course.

Kayla: Oh, hey. Hey, little guy. It's your mommy. You gave us all a big scare. You know that? You got to get better. You think you can do that? There are lots of people praying for you... especially your pop and your sister...and me. We just love you. And we want you to be able to come home with us.

Steve: He's gonna come home. Aren't you, Joe? Tell your mama. He's coming home.

Steve: [Chuckles] The little dude's got quite a grip. You gonna be a ballplayer some day, buddy?

Stephanie: I think he's gonna be a racecar driver.

Steve: Absolutely not.

Stephanie: Come on, Dad. Joe Johnson? It even sounds like a racer's name.

Steve: One in the family's enough.

Stephanie: What do you think, Mom?

Kayla: Whatever he wants to be is okay with me.

Nurse: Hate to break this up, guys, but...

Steve: You're giving us the boot?

Nurse: Yeah, Joey needs his rest. So do you, Mom.

Steve: Yeah, you have to get your strength up so you're ready for him when he wakes up and he wants that 3:00 A.M. Feeding.

Kayla: Can we come back after visiting hours?

Nurse: I'm sure we can arrange something.

Kayla: Thank you.

Stephanie: Bye there, little brother. Get some sleep, okay?

Steve: We'll see you soon, big boy.

Kayla: Sweet dreams. I love you. We'll be back.

Marlena: If you love Sami, you want her to be happy, hmm?

E.J.: Quite. So what you're saying is that you don't think I can do that.

Marlena: No, I don't.

E.J.: Well, I don't think that Lucas is gonna take her back, even if he has the opportunity.

Marlena: Wouldn't you love that?

E.J.: Marlena, I have no intention of, uh...interfering, if that's what you're talking about. I would like Samantha to choose me, but I would like her to do it of her own free will.

Marlena: I hope you mean that, E.J. There is enough tension under this roof already.

E.J.: You mean John?

Marlena: Let me ask you something. You're his attorney. Do you think he is guilty of drug trafficking?

E.J.: I think that what I believe doesn't really matter. And as his attorney, it's probably better I don't know.

Morgan: I wonder why I haven't heard from her. I'm kind of worried.

Nicole: Aah. Isn't there a paparazzi law in this state?

Ava: Hey, Pete, I, uh...need a fun drink. How about a mojito?

Pete: Sure.

Nicole: Ooh, you know what, Pete? I'll take one of those, too. Know where they have excellent mojitos? Chez Rouge. I think they put extra rum in it or something, 'cause, girl, let me tell you, after three of those -- whoo -- I am feeling it.

Ava: Thanks for the tip.

Nicole: Hey, I lined my doggy's litter box with you.

Ava: Excuse me?

Nicole: Your picture in the paper. You're that mob princess, right?

Ava: Mnh-mnh.

Nicole: Ava something or other. I am so sorry about your old man. I hope he left you a big inheritance.

Ava: I'm sorry. I didn't get your name.

Nicole: Nicole Kiriakis. Cute shoes, by the way.

Ava: Thanks.

Nicole: You know, I was just telling Pookie -- oh, that's my little girl. Oh, I'll show you pictures. Oh, she is so precious! Anyway, I was just complaining about the lack of decent shoes in this town. I mean, you have to drive all the way to Chicago just to find something remotely interesting. [Gasps] We should do that. A girl trip.

Ava: Th-- the two of us?

Nicole: Why the Hell not? I'll pull out one of my old mix tapes and we'll cruise on down to Chi-town. How much fun would that be?

Ava: We don't even know each other.

Nicole: Good taste in shoes. Great taste in drinks. I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Ava: So, um...it doesn't bother you what you read about me in the papers?

Nicole: Honey, you wouldn't believe what I do when I'm PMSing. Now pay for these drinks, girl, and let's get to know each other.

Chloe: Thanks for sticking up for me.

Philip: That's no problem. She can be a real bitch.

Chloe: That would explain why her best friend's a dog.

Philip: I'm sorry she said those things to you.

Chloe: I'm not.

Philip: Really?

Chloe: Yeah, I kind of liked having you defend me. Not that I can't take care of myself, but it was nice.

Philip: Well, I'm always here for you. You know that, right?

Chloe: I'm really gonna miss you.

Philip: Maybe you shouldn't leave.

Chloe: I'm not gonna stay where I'm not welcome. Your father doesn't want me here.

Philip: It isn't up to him.

Chloe: Well, I would hate to put you in an awkward position.

Philip: You don't even have a real plan, Chloe. Very little money. Not many options.

Chloe: Well, that's exactly why I need to get my life back on track.

Philip: Damn, we were just starting to have some fun.

Chloe: We were.

Philip: Are you gonna make me beg you to stay? All right. This is me begging. Stay, Chloe. Please, stay.

Chloe: Okay, stop already. Stop.

Philip: So what does that mean?

Chloe: Well...I would Miss Henderson's strawberry margaritas.

Philip: Ouch.

Chloe: Among other things.

Philip: So?

Chloe: I'll stay...for now.

Philip: I think this calls for something special.

Chloe: Oh, I like the way you think, among other things.  [Chuckles]

Nicole: Check out the tush on our boy here. [Meows] He can mix my mojito anytime.

Ava: Why don't you go ask him out?

Nicole: Oh, yeah, I should wait till my divorce is final.

Ava: You're married?

Nicole: Not for long.

Ava: Wait, wait, wait. You said your last name was Kiriakis?

Nicole: Mm-hmm.

Ava: You're not married to Victor.

Nicole: You know him?

Ava: Of him. Titan Industries, right?

Nicole: That's my hubby. Or should I say my soon-to-be ex. So, what about you? I don't see a ring on your finger.

Ava: Yeah, I am not married.

Nicole: Well, aside from the money and the jewels and the occasional spa weekend, it's completely overrated.

Ava: [Chuckles] Yeah, I was supposed to get married a couple of years ago, but, uh -- to Patch. Um, Steve Johnson.

Nicole: Oh, yeah. No, I know who that is. So, what happened there?

Ava: It just didn't work out.

Nicole: Eh, men are scum. Except for the cute ones, of course. So, what's your plan? Are you gonna stay in Salem for a while or...

Ava: Well, maybe. I don't know. Just taking it day by day.

Nicole: Well, once I am free from Victor, we have got to go out, hit the single scene. Does anyone go to Dune anymore?

Ava: I d-- I don't know.

Nicole: I'll have to investigate, definitely.

Ava: Yeah, well, I've got to make up for a lot of lost time.

Nicole: All right, then. Here's to making up for lost time.

Ava: Hear, hear.

Steve: Watch your step there.

Kayla: Is this really necessary?

Steve: You're not doing a very good job leading her, baby.

Stephanie: Are you peeking?

Kayla: Come on. Let's just hurry up. I just want to unpack, take a shower, and get back to the hospital.

Steve: Oh, oh. Oh, you know? I forgot to check to see if the shower works in your new apartment.

Kayla: What? Wow.

Steve: Welcome to our new home, sweetness.

Steve: You know, we don't have the, uh, valet parking, the fancy maid service like we had at the Salem Inn, but, baby, this is all ours.

Stephanie: We even have expanded cable so you can watch all your cooking shows.

Kayla: Even a kitchen so I can do some cooking. It's really incredible. You two really thought of everything, didn't you? And this -- I love this.

Stephanie: Oh, I picked out the couch because Dad had his eye on this ugly black leather thing with cupholders in the arms.

Steve: They were just like movie-theater seats. They reclined and everything. They were cool.

Kayla: You talked him out of it. Good job.

Stephanie: That and the pool table.

Kayla: What?

Stephanie: [Chuckles]

Steve: Tell her about the bearskin rug.

Kayla: The what?

Steve: Yeah, it's coming all the way from Saskatchewan, so we won't see it for a couple of weeks, but it's nice.

Kayla: Tell me he's kidding.

Steve: No, it's gonna go right over here...with the head facing this way so we can scare away any door-to-door salesmen and people we don't like.

Kayla: Uh...

Stephanie: He's kidding.

Kayla: Oh. Oh...good.

Steve: Okay, no bearskin rug, but can I at least hang my Chicago Bears pennant?

Kayla: We'll talk.

Stephanie: So you really like it?

Kayla: I love it, and I don't know when you guys found the time to do this.

Stephanie: Well, dad took care of finding the place and I decorated.

[Cellphone rings]

Steve: It was a team effort.

Kayla: Well, you two make a great team.

Stephanie: Oh, shoot.

Kayla: What is it?

Stephanie: I am supposed to be at the Brady pub. Professor DiCario is giving us our internship evaluations. I have to go. I love you.

Kayla: Well, good luck.

Steve: Don't talk and drive, baby, and don't text.

Stephanie: All right. Morgan, is DiCario there?

Steve: Okay. She's gone. Now tell me the truth. Are you really okay with all this?

Kayla: I am. It's perfect.

Ava: And so, the shrink that I was seeing, he was giving me drugs that I thought were supposed to make me better, but, in fact, they made me a little bit crazy.

Nicole: Well, you seem completely normal now.

Ava: Yeah, well, I just need to forget about it all and... move on.

Nicole: Good for you. Onward and upward. And what better way than putting yourself out there?

Ava: You know, I haven't dated anyone since patch.

Nicole: Oh, dear. It's been that long since you've -- well, you know.

Ava: Um, that's a little personal.

Nicole: I know, honey, but don't you get urges?

Ava: Ye-- well, for a long time, the only urges I had were for Patch.

Nicole: Well, there are much better men out there. In fact, I bet we can find you a guy with two good eyes.

Ava: [Chuckles] Okay, so, wait, you think that there's actually someone in Salem here, or do we have to go to Chicago for that, too?

Nicole: Oh, no, no. I think I know a few. Some...lawyers, doctors -- I don't know -- business tycoons.

Ava: Bartenders.

Nicole: There you go. That is a good attitude. You know, I think this is gonna be a lot of fun. I can be your wingwoman.

Ava: My wingwoman.

Nicole: Yes, a nice, little low-cut dress, maybe some bronzer. You are a real stud magnet.

Ava: [Chucking] Right.

Nicole: Ooh. Speaking of studs, here comes one right now.

E.J.: Hello, trouble. Oh, double trouble.

Nicole: E.J. is my lawyer.

Ava: Really? He's my lawyer, too.

Nicole: Oh, come on.

Ava: Oh.

Nicole: [Laughs] That's funny.

[Knock on door]

Roman: Come in. Let me guess -- you want me to cut John a break.

Marlena: I came to talk about Sami. But if you've had a change of heart about my husband, I would not object.

Roman: You know I can't do that.

Marlena: You know, he is so filled with anger and resentment now, it may just put him over the edge.

Roman: Doc, listen to me, okay? Let's be honest -- the John Black you fell in love with is not coming back, and I think it's time for you to accept that.

Marlena: Well, Roman, you're welcome to your opinion, but I happen to believe my John is coming back to me.

Roman: I hope you're right. I just don't want to see you get hurt over this.

Marlena: I'm not going to get hurt over this.

Roman: Marlena, let me ask you this -- do you really want to waste the rest of your life chasing after a fantasy?

Marlena: If I gave up on him right now, I'd wake up every single morning wondering, "What if I had done one more thing that brought him back to me?"

Roman: There comes a time when you just have to let it go.

Marlena: And this is not the time. I also think there's something on the disk we're looking for that will give John the information that he needs.

Roman: Even so, can you really get past the fact that this man was a major drug smuggler? This is serious business, Doc.

Marlena: I don't believe that's true.

Roman: The drugs were found on his ship in his containers.

Marlena: There's no proof he was involved. Plus, they might have been planted there.

Roman: That's true. That is true. And I hope you're right, especially for your sake. We'll leave it at that, okay?

Marlena: Mm-hmm.

Roman: Now...I thought you came here to talk to me about Sami. What did she do now?

Marlena: How much time do you have?

Nicole: E.J. Is my lawyer.

Ava: Hmm. I just hired E.J. to defend me.

Nicole: Ah, well, I guess great minds really do think alike.


E.J.: So, um...how do you two know each other?

Nicole: Oh, we go way back.

Ava: Way, way back.

E.J.: Really? How exactly did you meet?

Nicole: Well, that's our little secret, right, Ava?

Ava: Oh, it's just one of many.

E.J.: I think I should maybe be a little unsettled by this.

Nicole: Oh, don't be.

Ava: You, uh, want to join us?

E.J.: I'd love to, but not because you're beautiful and drunk. Obviously, professional reasons, you understand?

Nicole: Oh, Pete, would you get this gentleman a mojito, please?

E.J.: Thank you.

Nicole: You are a very, very lucky man.

E.J.: Oh, I'm sure I am.

Nicole: Mm-hmm. Drinking with two of Salem's most gorgeous women.


Prof. DiCario: Relax, Morgan. You've nothing to worry about. So, do you all have big plans for the summer?

Morgan: Oh, I just have some sorority stuff, and other than that, I'm gonna veg.

Mark: I told you about that script I wrote, right?

Prof. DiCario: How's that going?

Mark: We started shooting last weekend. Our goal is to have it in the can in time for the Salem film you have a busy summer. How about you, David?

David: Summer school.

Prof. DiCario: Me too.

Stephanie: I am so sorry I'm late. I was with my parents.

Morgan: Hey, how's Joey?

Stephanie: He's still in the ICU, but we got to see him today, which was really good, especially for my mom.

Morgan: When does he get to go home?

Stephanie: They don't know, but hopefully soon. Anyway, I'm really sorry again.

Prof. DiCario: Don't worry about it. Let's see now -- Hollingsworth and Johnson.

Morgan: Oh, wow. Look, Nick's on the front page of the school paper.

Stephanie: Yeah.

Prof. DiCario: The entire faculty's abuzz about the grant he's received. Someone his age? That's really something.

Morgan: We're all proud of him.

Stephanie: Yeah, we are.

Prof. DiCario: The guy is going places. So are the two of you. If you ladies keep up this level of work, you'll both be on the fast track to successful careers.

Prof. DiCario: Just to be clear, this is just my evaluation. I still have to get the forms from your supervisors.

Morgan: And then we get our final grade, right?

Prof. DiCario: You ladies will be fine. Your hard work has paid off.

Stephanie: Max. This is Professor DiCario.

Max: Oh, hey, uh [Chuckles] How you doing? Max Brady. Nice to meet you.

Prof. DiCario: Your friend is one of my brightest students.

Stephanie: Oh, stop. Look.

Max: Wow. Congratulations, Steph. That's -- that's great.

Stephanie: Could you excuse us for a second? Are you okay?

Max: Yeah. I'm just taking a break. I got to get back to the docks.

Stephanie: Are you gonna be able to come to the dinner for Nick tonight?

Max: It's not looking so good. I got a lot of work to do.

Stephanie: You seem like you don't want to come.

Max: No, I do, but have you seen the docks? It's a mess.

Stephanie: Max, come on. Part of the reason Nick got the approval for his grant was because you fixed his work. I know you don't want him to know it, but this dinner is just as much for you as it is for him, so you have to come.

Nicole: So, E.J., do you have new information on my divorce case?

E.J.: I'm not entirely sure this is, in all due respect, the most appropriate place --

Nicole: Oh, come on. It's fine. What do you got?

E.J.: Okay, I have a date set up for your preliminary divorce hearing.

Nicole: Fabulous. The sooner I get my millions, the sooner I can move on. Would you excuse me? I'm gonna get some more.

E.J.: Sure. Absolutely. [Clears throat] Listen, I also have a meeting set up with the D.A. to discuss a plea bargain for you.

Ava: Wow, that would be wonderful. You know, I still -- I feel really guilty about what happened.

E.J.: I know you do, and we are going to play that up.

Ava: No, I didn't want to hurt anybody. It's just the situation with --

E.J.: No, I understand. I know. It was the drugs. I think that's why the D.A. will be receptive to this.

Nicole: Ugh.

Roman: [Chuckles] Oh, man. Sleeping with E.J. Not your best move, Sami.

Marlena: Go easy on her. She's already angry enough at herself.

Roman: So, how does Lucas fit into all of this?

Marlena: I don't know. It's hard to tell.

Roman: Will he take her back?

Marlena: Don't know. And I'm sure E.J. will not give up on her without a fierce fight.

Roman: How does that girl get herself in situations like this? Never mind. I know that answer.

Marlena: The worst part is the effect it will have on the twins.

Roman: You're absolutely right.

Marlena: I know. They need their father in their lives, and Sami's messed up so badly with E.J. and Lucas. She may lose both of them.

Steve: Oh, so sweet. Our baby girl even went grocery shopping. So, what do you want for dinner? I'm cooking.

Kayla: You know, I'm really not very hungry.

Steve: Oh, come on, sweetness.

Kayla: No, really. I'd just like to take a quick shower and get back to the hospital.

Steve: Listen, we will after we eat. Come on. How about I whip up one of those nice egg-white omelettes you like so much?

Kayla: No, really. I just feel like I need to get back to our baby.

Steve: And you will. Sweetness, listen... I miss him, too. I want to be there with him just as much as you do. And we will be, but right now, you need to take it easy. You've been through a lot. I want you to sit down...

Kayla: Please, I --

Steve: ...And relax.

Kayla: I'm fine. Really, I'm fine.

Steve: You need to recuperate. Come on. Relax. You know what? This is the first night in our new home. I want it to be special.

Kayla: It's never gonna be a home without our baby.

Steve: He's gonna be here with us real soon. I promise.

Lexie: Just wish I could convince him to stick around.

Chelsea: That would require a commitment, and we all know how Daniel feels about that.

Nicole: Sami signs the annulment papers, then it's over.

E.J.: She has already signed the annulment papers.

Nick: Where's Max?

Stephanie: I don't know.

Nick: He should be here. He had a lot to do with getting me my funding.

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