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Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 5/28/08 - Canada; Thursday 5/29/08 - U.S.A.
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Kayla: You know, I really can't believe that they made us leave just because the nurses were changing shifts.
Steve: I'm sorry, baby. But you know it's hospital policy.
Kayla: But I work there. I'm a doctor.
Steve: Yeah, well, that's why they're extra concerned for you -- because you're like family to them and they want to make sure you take good care of yourself.
Kayla: I get it, but I --
Steve: But you want to be there with him. So do I. Listen, you just went through a difficult childbirth. You need to rest.
Kayla: But our baby needs us.
Steve: I know. And we'll be there with him. And until we are, the staff is gonna give him the best possible care. And that's what I'm gonna do for you.
Kayla: I love you for that. But I am not gonna rest until our baby is healthy and home with us.
Steve: He will be soon.
Daniel: Major props, Maggie, for turning your restaurant green -- seriously.
Maggie: Oh, thank you.
Lexie: I'm very impressed.
Maggie: Oh, you know, I was a little skeptical to begin with, because I really didn't know what all this entailed, but I did some homework to see exactly what it would mean for me to turn my restaurant green, and it really wasn't very hard at all.
Bo: No, it's not. We're doing what we can to help ma turn the pub green.
Lexie: That's fantastic. Well, so, what did do you? The restaurant looks the same.
Maggie: Well, for starters, we replaced and updated the heating and air system to solar power, which we can store for our own use, or I can sell it back to the city.
Lexie: Wait a second. You can sell your energy back to the city?
Maggie: And I save a lot of money. And the Salem Green Committee -- they have been so helpful. They have held my hand every step of the way.
Daniel: Well done, Maggie.
Lexie: Yes, yes.
Daniel: Well done.
Maggie: Thank you.
Bo: Hope and I are looking to put in those photovoltaics also, and I have convinced her to turn in that big old S.U.V. for a hybrid.
Maggie: Good. Good for you.
Bo: Save a lot of gas.
Maggie: Yeah, I'll say.
Hope: Maggie, I'm so sorry. Hi, everybody. I'm sorry I'm late. I had to drop Ciara -- ooh! I had to drop Ciara off -- happy to see you, too -- at your mom's house. So, where is our resident wonder boy?
Maggie: Well, I don't know what's keeping Nick. I mean, he's gonna die, though, when he finds out that I put this little group together to celebrate his receiving that money for his prototype. I am so proud of him.
Bo: Well, you should be.
Daniel: Oh, you know what? I, uh...think I better get that. Excuse me.
Lexie: Okay. So exciting.
Maggie: Oh, here he is.
Bo: There's the man of the hour.
Nick: Thank you. Thank you.
Hope: We're so proud of you.
Maggie: Yes, we are.
Daniel: No, I hear you. It's just gonna be a real busy night. Hi.
E.J.: Somebody always eats the cashew nuts.
E.J.: Thank you. So, would you mind telling me why we had to leave the Brady pub? I was having a perfectly nice time.
Nicole: Mm, well, it certainly isn't to see Maggie parading around in one of her gowns.
E.J.: No, I'm sure it's not. So why did we have to leave? I hope it didn't have anything to do with your new best friend being a client of mine.
Nicole: Oh, no way. I like Ava. She's really sweet.
E.J.: Okay. So, the reason is?
Nicole: Fine. I wanted to leave because Philip and Chloe walked in. And seeing her with him, it just -- ugh -- can't.
E.J.: You don't like somebody else having their hands on the, uh, next ex-husband of yours.
Nicole: I'm glad you're enjoying this.
E.J.: Oh, come on.
Nicole: No, you know what? I lost one man to that woman, and I do not intend to lose another.
E.J.: Look, I'm sure you could get rid of her in two seconds. Mm-hmm, I don't doubt it.
Nicole: She's already slept with Philip.
E.J.: So what? She's divorced. Nothing wrong with that.
Nicole: That's not what I mean. It's just that I barely wormed my way into Philip's cold heart and she's already doing the nasty.
E.J.: You barely wormed your way into Philip's cold heart. My goodness. That's -- [Chuckles] Well, maybe you just need to speed up a bit. I think you're probably hungrier for it than she is.
Nicole: And thirstier.
E.J.: So, trip her up. Do what you do -- change the way he sees her.
Nicole: And you would know all about that, wouldn't you, E.J.?
E.J.: I have no idea what you're talking about.
Maggie: To Nick.
Bo: All right.
Hope: Hear, hear!
Nick: Thank you, guys. You should not have done this.
Maggie: Well, we wanted to. Your Uncle Mickey and I are so proud of you.
Hope: We all are.
Bo: Yes. By developing that alternative fuel source, you're going a long way to helping the environment.
Nick: Thank you.
Chelsea: Daniel... this is a surprise. Are you here for Nick's get-together?
Daniel: Well, that and a few of the guys from work are meeting me here for a little boys' night out.
Chelsea: A boys' night out. Sounds wild and crazy.
Daniel: It could be pretty cool, yeah. Yeah, we decided to meet here after Maggie invited me to this event for Nick.
Chelsea: Yeah, I'm really proud of him.
Daniel: You should be. I checked out his plans, and his prototype for the alternative fuel system is just mind-boggling. If approved, it could literally just rock our world.
Lexie: Ooh, not only is he a brilliant surgeon...
Hope: But he also knows all about how to improve our environment.
Daniel: Wow, there goes my ego. No, all I'm trying to say is that we just need to step it up. It's our duty.
Lexie: Oh, I just wish I could convince him to stick around.
Chelsea: Well, good luck with that. Oh, I'm just saying that that would require a commitment, and we all know how Daniel feels about that, right?
Daniel: You know, I'm --
Dr. Carrington: Yo, Daniel.
Daniel: Look at that. Cold winds blowing. It's time for me to set sail.
Chelsea: See you later.
Hope: You want to talk about that?
Chelsea: No. I'm gonna go say hello to everybody. Excuse me.
Bo: What did I miss?
Hope: I'm not sure. Actually, I think we missed it as well.
Maggie: Uh, I'll see you in a bit. Chelsea.
Nick: Surprised to see you here.
Chelsea: Well, I wanted to come. I needed to tell you how proud I was of you.
Nick: Not obligated to do that.
Chelsea: Well, I don't feel obligated. I mean, I came here as a friend. Anyway, it looks like all your hard work paid off.
Nick: Um, barely. [Clears throat] I almost didn't get my grant proposal. Luckily, I, uh -- I had a friend help me out.
Chelsea: What friend? Who are you talking about?
E.J.: Look, I'm not being deceptive about Samantha, if that's what you mean.
E.J.: I think that we can live...happily-ish ever after.
Nicole: Oh, yeah. I am sure you will. Although, I have to admit, Lucas walking in on you and your precious Samantha dancing in the sheets is sheer genius.
E.J.: Didn't exactly plan for that.
Nicole: Well, then, you should consider yourself lucky.
Nicole: You got Sami into bed. You got her to admit that she has feelings for you.
E.J.: Sure, because I didn't want Lucas to look like a martyr.
E.J.: And look where it got me. I get this guy out of jail on an attempted murder charge, okay? I think he's gonna end up in some halfway house somewhere, you know, making brooms. But instead the guy is living in my house.
Nicole: [Chuckles] Oh, and let me guess -- Sami freaked out and probably crawled on her hands and knees, crying out to the man she loves, which is not you.
E.J.: Thank you. Yes. How did you know?
Nicole: Because I so know Sami.
Nicole: So...what are you gonna do now?
E.J.: [Clears throat] Well, now I'm gonna go to what I like to call "plan BA" for "B." [Laughter]
Nicole: Plan "B." Okay. Which involves?
E.J.: Just basically involves giving her whatever she wants, you know.
Nicole: And that is?
E.J.: An annulment.
Nicole: Wait. You're giving up that easily?
Nicole: Okay, so, you do know that if Sami signs the annulment papers that it's over?
E.J.: I'll tell you a little secret.
Nicole: Oh, I love secrets.
E.J.: She has already signed the annulment papers.
Steve: There. That's good.
Kayla: You think Joe can feel that his parents aren't there with him?
Steve: Well, hopefully he's resting... like you're supposed to be doing.
Kayla: How can I possibly do that when I'm going crazy worrying about him?
Steve: I know. Hey, would you like to watch a movie?
Kayla: No. I want to do something else.
Steve: Okay. Uh...how about read a book? Or I could read to you. We'll play you some music.
Kayla: I just want to go back to the hospital.
Steve: I got an idea. Stay there. Kayla? Oh, man. Hey!
Steve: Yeah, pretty sneaky. Trying to go back to the hospital, huh?
Kayla: That's not what I was trying to do.
Steve: Then what's all this, huh? What's this?
Kayla: I just wanted to go back and see Joe.
Steve: I know. But they kicked us out, remember? Luckily, I've got some ideas to keep us busy, though.
Steve: Don't go anywhere. Still there?
Kayla: Oh, yeah.
Kayla: What is that for?
Steve: That's for Joe. It's for his nursery.
Daniel: Put 'em up. All right.
Lexie: Okay. Okay, sure. Sure, okay. Bo, Maggie wants you to talk to some of her patrons about what you and Hope are doing to make your house green.
Bo: Sure, I can do that.
Lexie: You two lovebirds.
Hope: It's all he talks about, day and night, day and night -- green, green, green. I'm learning from him.
Lexie: Well, at least you and your husband are communicating.
Nick: Thanks for coming.
Stephanie: You know I wouldn't have missed this for the world.
Nick: Where's Max?
Stephanie: I don't know.
Nick: Well, he should be here. He had a lot to do with getting me my funding.
Stephanie: I'm the one who mailed in Nick's papers, and I saw you working on them all night long. This has got to stop.
Max: Okay, fine. So stop already. What do you want from me?
Stephanie: The truth.
Max: You know what? Fine. I did the work, okay? I found Nick's mistakes, and I fixed them. Are you happy now?
Stephanie: Nick, whatever Max did to your work, he only did it to help you out and to be a good friend.
Nick: I know that. The problem is that he did it behind my back. When he found my papers at the pub, he should have given them back to me instead of doing whatever he did to them and sending them in to the Dean.
Stephanie: Well, it doesn't look like he did you any harm.
Daniel: Put them up, gentlemen.
Dr. Carrington: All right.
Nicole: Uh, blah, blah. Uh, so, you and Sami both signed the annulment papers.
E.J.: Mm-hmm. She's probably mailing them to the judge as we speak. What?
Nicole: Well, I'm just a little bit confused how that would lead you to conclude that Samantha will be yours. Excuse me. Can we get another...round here? Okay, go on.
E.J.: Okay, well, I'm just gonna simply show her that I'm willing to give up on her, that I'm quite happy to let the annulment go through.
Nicole: But you're not.
E.J.: Of course I'm not. Are you kidding? No, I'm gonna be the perfect father to my son. I'm gonna be the perfect gentleman to her and the best friend she could ever want to have.
Nicole: And in the end?
E.J.: And in the end, she's gonna end up in my bed and Lucas will be left outside.
Nicole: Well, that sounds absolutely perfect. Cheers. Oh, you know what? Um...I mean, I hate to be a spoilsport here, but how exactly do you plan on doing that?
Steve: There we go.
Kayla: Joe's nursery. You really are too much.
Steve: Well, I'm not too much. I just knew that you wanted the baby's room together before he comes home, so that's what all this is. So, here we go now. You read to me and I'll put everything together, okay?
Kayla: This is too much. You found this place. You bought all this furniture.
Steve: It's not all here yet.
Kayla: And now all this stuff for Joe's nursery? What are you -- Superman?
Steve: Super Patchman, maybe.
Steve: No, seriously. Our daughter helped and the rest of our family, your family.
Kayla: Thank you.
Steve: You know I'd do anything for you and our new baby boy. So, here we go. You read to me. Is there a problem?
Kayla: Yeah, Super Patchman. Unless you read Swedish, we have a big problem.
Nicole: So, what's your plan?
E.J.: My plans are private, my dear. But I can tell you I'm gonna show Samantha there's more to life than that poison dwarf.
Nicole: [Chuckles] Okay, so you're -- you're going to prove to her that you're the better choice.
E.J.: You don't think it's that hard, do you? Look, I treat her completely differently than Lucas does. I treat Samantha like a woman. He treats her like the little schoolgirl that he started seeing all those years ago.
Nicole: Oh, you know that, huh? You know about all that?
E.J.: Yeah, I do. Look at their relationship. It's completely volatile. The whole thing's completely volatile. They're basically the same person. They're just a bundle of worn nerves and energy.
Nicole: Oh, and you are all easy charm and affable manipulation?
Nicole: Okay. Wow.
E.J.: I'm just gonna show Samantha that I'm a lot more of an adult than Lucas is. I can't take her away from him, so I'm gonna have to get her to come to me.
Nicole: Well, you can always leave a trail of dog food.
E.J.: Easy, okay?
E.J.: What do you mean, "what"? Stop making snippets at my wife. She is still my wife, okay?
Nicole: Okay. Sorry. Uh, excuse me. Could you get him another before he gets too serious?
Hope: Is something wrong between you and Abe? You just implied you and Abe weren't communicating.
Lexie: Hope...I'm beginning to think my marriage is in trouble.
Bo: I'm sorry about what happened with you and Chelsea.
Nick: It's okay. We're both adults.
Bo: Yeah, but it's tough.
Nick: Yeah, it is.
Bo: Yeah, I never said anything to you, but I thought you were good for her.
Nick: Was I?
Nick: Thank you.
Dr. Carrington: Hey, Daniel, I'm glad you could finally come hang out with us, man.
Daniel: Oh, dude, couldn't pass this up. Man's got to have a little chill time with his compadres.
Dr. Carrington: Oh, yes. Chilling is definitely good, but I see something that looks to be a lot more fun. Check her out.
Doctor: Oh, yeah. Brunette's right up my alley.
Dean Robbins: Nick Fallon, you are the man of the hour.
Nick: Thank you, sir. If you don't mind, I'd like to introduce you to a couple people. Aunt Maggie.
Nick: This is Dean Robbins, the new head of Salem University's Physics Department. Dean Robbins, this is Maggie Horton, the owner of this fine establishment and a staunch supporter of mine.
Maggie: Well, it's very nice to meet you.
Dean Robbins: It's my pleasure. You have an amazing nephew here.
Maggie: Well, that much I know.
Nick: Maggie just joined the Salem Green Committee.
Dean Robbins: Oh, that's wonderful. Very innovative, like your nephew.
Maggie: Uh, everyone, please, can I have your attention? This is Dean Robbins. He is the new Dean of Salem University Physics Department, and he is here to present Nick with a check to build his alternative fuel prototype.
Bo: Oh, nice.
Dean Robbins: Thank you. Thank you very much, but, really, this is about Nick, and the applause should go to him. Now, everybody knows that Nick is a fine teacher and a researcher, but he is also a man who truly has vision when it comes to issues concerning the environment. And because of that, it gives me great pleasure to present him with this.
Dean Robbins: Yes. Folks, I think Nick might be a little embarrassed, but, really, he should not be, because the university is very proud of him. And he should be very proud of himself for everything he's done. Folks, his concepts and theoretical applications -- they're just nothing short of genius, really. And now he's gonna have the opportunity to put those concepts and those theories to use -- practically. Nick, maybe you'd like to say something?
Maggie: Come on, speech! Speech! Speech!
Chelsea: Come on, Nick.
Bo: Yeah, come on. Don't be embarrassed. Don't be shy.
Steve: Okay. What's next?
Kayla: Um, it says you need to use a, um -- a luftig. [Chuckles]
Steve: A what?
Kayla: I think it's one of those, you know, wrenches that you tighten down the bolts or something like that.
Steve: Oh. I guess I have to find a luftig.
Kayla: Where did you and Stephanie buy this stuff?
Steve: Aha! The luftig. Now we're going. We're cooking with gas now.
Kayla: Wow. I'm impressed.
Kayla: You really can do anything.
Steve: Well, I can fix cars and fly airplanes. I should be able to put together a little swing, even if the directions are in Swedish.
Kayla: And to think there's all those people that can't even work a DVR.
Steve: What ever happened to VCRs, anyway? Remember how Jo used to tape her soaps on them?
Kayla: Where have you been? She downloads them from the internet.
Steve: Wow. Did you hear how happy she was when we told her we were naming our baby boy after her?
Kayla: Yeah, I did. It was great. I'm happy she said she'd come visit soon.
Kayla: So, let me see. Let me see it. What's next? Let's see. Hmm.
Steve: How about this?
Kayla: Hey, buster, go back to work. Come on. We're not done yet.
Steve: You're a real slave driver. You know that?
Kayla: So I've been told. Come on. It needs to be perfect for our baby boy.
Steve: It will be.
Daniel: No way. Not happening.
Doctor: There are advantages to being a doctor. I'm gonna go hook up with the brunette.
Daniel: Oh, you think so?
Dr. Carrington: I hate to break it to you, Doc, but she's his donor for the partial pancreas.
Doctor: Well, at least she still has all of her good parts.
Dean Robbins: I'm hoping that Nick's prototype is gonna help put our department on the map.
Chelsea: That'd be great.
Nick: Our department's already on the map. We got the best department this side of the Mississippi.
Dean Robbins: Yeah, well, you're gonna make it that much more prestigious. Nick, I want to introduce you to one of our alumni. Will you excuse us?
Dean Robbins: Okay, good. Right over here.
Doctor: Now, you don't know me, but you should. How about a cocktail?
Lexie: Ever since I returned home, Abe and I have been having problems.
Hope: Lex, come on. You know every marriage has its ups and downs.
Lexie: Yeah, well, mine's no exception. And the worst part is I'm afraid it's affecting Theo. He's been having problems at preschool.
Hope: Nothing serious, I hope.
Lexie: I want him to get tested, but Abe doesn't think it's necessary. He's just being so difficult about everything, Hope.
Hope: You know, no one really ever wants to admit when there's a problem. Hopefully this is just temporary. I'm sure you'll get everything back on track again.
Lexie: I don't know. We've started seeing a therapist. I'm not even sure that's helping. What if Abe and I can't work through this?
Dean Robbins: I'm telling you, Mr. Brady, this kid is bright. Some of his theorems went beyond even what I know.
Bo: You don't have to tell me, really.
Dean Robbins: How he ever arrived at some of those calculations, it's just incredible.
Nick: Well, the truth is I had a little help.
Bo: You had help?
Nick: Yeah, with some of them, and because I had help, maybe I shouldn't be entitled to the funding.
Steve: Yeah. I took a little break and put everything else together. I guess I have to finish the swing now.
Kayla: Wish I could help you.
Steve: Well, despite the language barrier, your directions were good.
Kayla: You know, you could have just maybe...
Steve: I could have just what?
Steve: No, no, no. Not nothing. You were gonna say I could have just paid extra and had them put it together, right?
Kayla: Well, you know, it's just that those assembly guys -- you know, they just know the difference been a luftig and a svtig. I mean, that's what they do.
Steve: I'm not giving up. I can finish what I started.
Kayla: I never said you couldn't.
Steve: Yeah. We'll see. [Exhales deeply] Well...believe it or not... I think I've almost got it. Just one more thing. Shall we test it?
Steve: That's all. There we go. See? [Laughs] I did it.
Dean Robbins: So, you're saying you had help with some of your calculations?
Nick: Yes, sir, I did.
Dean Robbins: That was very smart. It's a well-known fact Einstein ran his theories and his equations by some of his colleagues.
Nick: But the final work isn't my own, sir.
Bo: Come on, man. Most of us check our math with a calculator.
Nick: This is a bit different, Bo.
Dean Robbins: Nonsense, son. Your work is exemplary, and it deserves to be celebrated. [Footsteps approaching] And I think we can celebrate it right now.
Maggie: There you go.
Dean Robbins: Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, to Nick Fallon -- an educator, an innovator, and a man who will change the future.
Maggie: Hear, hear!
Bo: To Nick.
Hope: I think we just missed the toast to Nick.
Lexie: We should go over there.
Hope: Okay, but before we do, you need to know it's okay to see a therapist.
Lexie: I know. I know, which is why I suggested it to Abe.
Hope: How did he react?
Lexie: You know, I think he's getting used to it. Yeah. Our first session went surprisingly well.
Hope: That's great.
Lexie: I just hope we're able to work through this, you know, not just for our marriage, but for Theo as well.
Doctor: So, you're sure I can't buy you a drink?
Chelsea: Yes, thank you. I appreciate it, but I'm here with my family.
Doctor: Oh, your family?
Chelsea: Yeah, my dad actually is a detective for the Salem Police Department.
Doctor: Got it. Well, it was nice chatting with you.
Dr. Carrington: So, what happened?
Daniel: What, my patient not interested in rich doctors, is she?
Doctor: Guess not. Her loss.
Daniel: Doctor, you are old enough to be her --
Uncle. Nothing wrong with that, Danny. My last two girlfriends were both in their early 20s, and, oh, boy, were they hot. But I don't think my age had anything to do with her disinterest in me.
Daniel: Really? What could it possibly be, doctor?
Doctor: You know, I don't know. She's been looking over here all night long. Maybe she's been looking at you.
Dr. Carrington: Me? Oh, no, no. She wasn't look at me. I think she's looking at you, doctor.
Doctor: That would make sense.
Nicole: Whoa, whoa, easy, tiger.
E.J.: I'm fine. I'm fine.
Nicole: No, you are outpacing me, and that, my friend, is saying a lot.
E.J.: You're a lightweight.
Nicole: Okay. Okay, Mr. Cool. You got it all under control. You got a plan.
E.J.: I got a plan.
Nicole: Yeah, you are gonna win Sami's love and respect.
E.J.: Sure, you make it sound simple.
Nicole: But is it? I think it sounds rather boring. I know how to make Sami jealous. You want to hear?
Steve: Now, that is one solid swing.
Kayla: Are you sure?
Steve: Sure, I'm sure.
Kayla: So, is that it? Everything's all put together now?
Steve: Yep. Oh! Oh, wait. I have something else.
Kayla: Oh, no.
Steve: Stay there.
Kayla: What else did you buy?
Steve: It's a surprise. Here we go.
Steve: [Chuckles] This one. What do you think?
Kayla: It's adorable.
Steve: You think Joe's gonna like it?
Kayla: He's gonna love it. So, what's in that box?
Steve: Okay, this is really cool. Now, I know this place is kind of small, but I thought it would be good to have. This baby monitor has a camera, can hook it up to the internet, and we can see Joe on his own secure website.
Kayla: So I can just log on at work and see him in his crib?
Steve: Yeah, you put it above the crib or you hook it to the stroller, whatever.
Kayla: Hmm. Wow.
Steve: Yeah. I think we have everything we need.
Kayla: Except our baby.
Steve: Oh, sweetness.
Daniel: Dude, that's sick. You can't do that. That ain't even right. [Laughing] Oh, God.
Doctor: Okay, man. I saw that, and I know you did, too. I think the little patient of yours wants to experience your bedside manner.
Daniel: No, dude. No, no, no. She was looking at me 'cause she knows me. That's all.
Dr. Carrington: Oh, Daniel, come on, man. She more than knows you. I saw her go into the locker room the other day after I left.
Daniel: Shut up, dude. Shut up. She came in there because she just wanted to ask me a favor. End of story.
Doctor: Yeah, we know what kind of favor she wanted.
Dr. Carrington: [Laughs]
Daniel: I wasn't gonna hit you with that.
E.J.: All right, I'll bite. How would you make Samantha jealous?
Nicole: Well...Lucas walked in on you and Sami in bed together, so why not let Sami walk in on you and another woman? I know her. She would be so jealous.
E.J.: But where would we find a woman to sleep with me?
Nicole: Hmm, I don't know.
E.J.: It's tough, right?
Nicole: Yeah, I mean, she would have to be able to get under Sami's skin.
E.J.: Somebody Samantha hated.
Nicole: Yes, someone beautiful.
E.J.: Someone stunningly beautiful.
Nicole: Mm-hmm. Someone you wouldn't mind being in bed with.
E.J.: I'm flattered.
Nicole: Oh, you think it's me?
E.J.: Oh, oh, oh. [Laughs] I think the lady doth protest a little too much. [Laughs]
Nicole: Okay, you got me. But who better to give Sami a taste of her own medicine?
Bo: Hey, excuse me, Nick. Don't mean to steal your thunder, but I'd like to propose a toast to Maggie.
Bo: Yes, you. Thanks for being responsible and doing the right thing for the environment by becoming a certified green restaurant. You are leading the charge against global warming, and you're showing your patrons that by supporting you, they're supporting and safeguarding their environment. To Maggie Horton.
Maggie: Oh, thank you.
Bo: Yeah, yeah.
Maggie: Thank you very much. Can I just say one little thing? Thank you, Bo. To Nick -- to my brilliant young nephew, who is most deserving of this grant.
Bo: Yeah. To Nick...again. [Chuckles]
Stephanie: You got here just in time.
Stephanie: Max? Max. Are you okay?
Steve: I'm sorry, baby. I thought it would help make you feel better if we put all this stuff together.
Kayla: It's just that it's all for Joe. What if he never gets to use it?
Steve: Don't say that. Our baby is gonna pull through this. Listen, if it's gonna upset you too much, I'll just, uh, get it out of here. I'll put it in storage.
Kayla: It's not that I don't appreciate it all. I do.
Steve: I know you do, baby. But I can take it apart and get rid of it until Joe comes here.
Kayla: And then you have to put it all together again? No way. I couldn't ask you to do that.
Steve: Sure, you could.
Kayla: I just wish that he was here with us.
Steve: He will be soon.
Kayla: I pray you're right.
Steve: Come here.
E.J.: Oh, my God. If I was not in love with Samantha, I would sleep with you in a heartbeat.
Nicole: The whole point of Sami finding you in bed with me is to make her jealous. You know she hates me. And I think my little flirt with you is the reason she bedded you in the first place.
E.J.: What's your point?
Nicole: Well, the idea of me taking anything from Sami would drive little Miss Stingy right back into your arms.
E.J.: I... yeah...or it might send her running into Lucas' arms. She does kind of hate you enough to then hate me, you know?
Nicole: Ah, you got me. [Chuckles] I was hoping that would happen. 'Cause then we could be together.
E.J.: It's not gonna happen.
Nicole: Well, a girl can dream, can't she?
E.J.: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Where are you going?
Nicole: Little girls' room. What are you doing?
E.J.: Maybe I'll go to the little boys' room.
Nicole: Mm-hmm. So I guess our evening is over?
E.J.: No, no, no. Our evening is just getting started.
Nicole: There's hope for me yet, then.
E.J.: Can we get some more of these? Thank you. We're gonna be here for a while.
Daniel: Seriously, if you rub that, a genie will come out. [Cellphone rings] Oh, man. That might be one right there.
Dr. Carrington: Oh, man. You got to be kidding me.
Daniel: Ah, no. I got to take this here.
Doctor: So you're blowing us off?
Daniel: Yes, I am, my friend. But I tell you what -- why don't you guys -- why don't you text me and let me know where you guys are gonna be and I'll fly by when I'm done, all right?
Dr. Carrington: Drive safely.
Daniel: I will. I'm taking a cab, man.
Bo: Hey, doc. You're not sticking around?
Daniel: No, no, actually, I just got a little something to do.
Bo: All right, take it easy.
Daniel: Take care, man.
Bo: Hey, kid. What are you doing over here all by yourself?
Chelsea: Just hanging out.
Bo: Did you see the doc? He just took off.
Dean Robbins: Nick, you know that we're gonna want to interview you for our quarterly.
Nick: Oh, yeah, that's great.
Maggie: Oh, look! Max is here. Max, oh, I'm so glad you could make it. May I offer you a glass of Champagne?
Max: No, no, thanks. I-I'm -- I can't stay. Um...give Nick my best.
Maggie: I will, but wh-- well...
Ava: E.J. said that you're a really great psychiatrist, and I could use someone to talk to.
John: So, I have to admonish you, Commissioner. You go out there and you do your job. Catch the bad guy.
Stephanie: I want to know why you ran out of Chez Rouge when we were toasting Nick.
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