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Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 6/30/08 - Canada; Tuesday 7/1/08 - U.S.A.
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Chelsea: Grandma, this all looks so good. Are you sure I can't have just a little something right now?
Caroline: You're gonna have to wait until we get to Bo and Hope's, just like everybody else.
Chelsea: All right. I have to tell you -- I really like the fact that the Horton's and the Brady's all come together at my dad and Hope's house every year for a barbecue.
Caroline: We look forward to it. [Chuckles] [Voice breaking] I mean, Shawn and I looked forward to it. I-I still do, of course.
Chelsea: I know how much you miss him, Grandma.
Caroline: You know, he just loved this day, celebrating with his family. He loved this country... and the Fourth of July. Could you, uh, finish this up for me?
Chelsea: Where are you going?
Caroline: I'm going to the cemetery. I want to put a flag on Shawn's grave. Okay?
Caroline: Oh, and be sure that the pies are cool before you pack them.
Chelsea: I will.
Caroline: Thank you, honey. Bye.
Chelsea: Hey. Uh, sorry that I left before you woke up. I just -- I promised my grandma that I'd help her get everything ready for the picnic.
Morgan: It's okay. I just can't believe I slept so late.
Chelsea: You're worried about your dad. You know, the stress was bound to catch up to you at some point.
Morgan: Yeah, I guess. Anyway, thanks again for letting me stay over last night.
Chelsea: No problem.
Morgan: You know, my family and I used to do picnics every Fourth of July, too. Now my mom's going to the country club, and my dad's...you know.
Chelsea: Okay, that's it. I'm not gonna let you be alone today, so you're gonna come over and party with us. No arguing.
Morgan: Okay, fine. I won't. [Laughs]
E.J.: Ah, Lucas! Hey, have you seen Samantha?
Lucas: Nope. She isn't here.
E.J.: Well, do you, uh, know where she's gone?
Lucas: Yeah, actually, I do. She went to a barbecue -- Bo and Hope's.
E.J.: Ah. You look a bit miffed. Is it because you're stuck here, can't be with her?
Lucas: Yeah, that's it.
E.J.: Well, I will be sure to let her know you're sorry you couldn't join her.
Lucas: No, hold it there, big guy. I don't think you're going, either.
Hope: [Sighs] [Door opens] Hey!
Bo: Hey. Man, it's hot out there.
Hope: Where've you been? I didn't think you'd ever get here.
Bo: Neither did I. Abe wanted Roman and me to go over all this arson stuff before we took off for the holiday.
Bo: Well, we found Paul's luggage on that flight that he never boarded.
Hope: Oh, really? Anything interesting?
Bo: Yes, as a matter of fact, there was -- a letter addressed to Morgan.
Hope: Which said?
Bo: Well, she hasn't read it yet, but when she does, we'll be there. Can I have one of these deviled eggs?
Hope: No! They're -- please.
Hope: Because they're for the picnic. And, please, I'm a little frazzled. I need for you to get your stuff off the table. I have a lot of things to do here.
Bo: I noticed you said you didn't cook anything. Not the eggs, either?
Hope: Oh, I'm sorry. I forgot to laugh. It was so funny. [Laughs sarcastically] I did make the dip, though, and I have a lot of other things to do.
Bo: Well, I am very proud of you. And there's something I'd like to do. Why don't you put that down?
Hope: You would if you could. I just might let you do it.
Doug: And you thought the only fireworks you were gonna see tonight would be up in the sky.
E.J.: I'm sorry. Did you just tell me that I can't go to the barbecue?
Lucas: You do whatever you damn well want to do. I just know you don't belong there.
E.J.: Well, I don't think Bo and Hope would mind me being there. I mean, it's a family barbecue, Lucas. I'm Johnny's father.
Lucas: But you weren't invited, right? I mean, if Sami really wanted you there, you would have been invited. And I know for a fact you weren't.
E.J.: Okay, but I don't think Samantha's gonna deny me the opportunity to spend a holiday with my son.
Lucas: A holiday? You don't care about our holidays, do you? I thought they were gonna get rid of you, kick you out of the country. What happened?
E.J.: It didn't work.
Lucas: I know, because you're still married to Sami.
Lucas: Well, you won't be for long.
E.J.: Well, this has been fun, but if you'll excuse me, I'm heading out.
Lucas: Wouldn't do that if I were you. You show up at that barbecue, you are gonna make Sami awful angry.
E.J.: You know, maybe you have a point.
Lucas: Maybe you should show up at that barbecue. Go ahead. Show up. See what happens.
E.J.: You'd like that, wouldn't you?
Hope: I am so excited!
Julie: Hey, sweetheart!
Hope: I didn't think you were gonna make it.
Julie: Neither did we.
Bo: Nice hat.
Hope: Such a nice surprise.
Doug: You like this, huh? Well, we just got off the cruise and hopped a plane. We'll join back up again at the next port of call.
Hope: Does anyone else know that you're here?
Julie: We went to grandma's house first, of course.
Doug: Yeah, went straight from Alice's to the Founder's Day Parade. Great turnout this year.
Bo: You guys look amazing.
Julie: We are amazing.
Hope: Yes, you are.
Doug: Hey, hey, you made a few changes since we were here last. Did I see some solar panels up on the roof?
Bo: Yeah, and we're making so much electricity we don't have an electric bill. We've got storage batteries so we don't have to worry about blackouts.
Julie: My goodness. Is that a new stove I see?
Hope: It is! It is! Not that I use it -- just for emergencies 'cause, you know.
Bo: So we cook for free, using power from the sun.
Doug: And, uh, new counter tops, too?
Bo: Yes. You'll never believe this. Those are made out of sunflower seeds.
Doug: No. No.
Bo: Yeah. We're gonna have an island here with recycling bins and that kind of stuff. We got a lot of work to do, but we wanted to get the kitchen together for the barbecue.
Doug: You still have a lot of work to do.
Bo: Yeah. And in the whole process, we've learned that it's more than just materials and systems. It's a whole commitment to using recycled products.
Doug: Okay, and how much longer before this house is completely green?
Bo: Probably a couple of months.
Julie: Well, congratulations to you both. And how can we help with the barbecue?
Hope: Tell you what -- why don't you grab Ciara and meet me back down here? I'm gonna grab a few things from the car.
Julie: It's a deal.
Bo: You need any help?
Hope: No, I got muscles.
Bo: Yeah, I'm sure you do.
Hope: So good to see you, Daddy.
Bo: Want to help me prepare the things on the grill?
Doug: I do. I do. Bo.
Doug: You know you gave everybody quite a scare, don't you?
Bo: Yeah, um, Hope told me how often you and Julie called and that you were worried.
Doug: Yeah, well, don't do that again, okay?
Bo: I promise.
Doug: Okay, then.
Bo: Doug, uh...
Bo: There's a situation with my daughter, and I'm gonna need your advice.
Morgan: Mmm. Smells delicious. Oh, I just want to grab a fork and dig in. Do you got anything else?
Chelsea: Not until the pies are completely cool. And we can't cover them until they're cool because then the crust will steam and get soggy. It's my grandma's cooking lesson for the day.
Morgan: Nice well, then you need to finish telling me about your date.
Chelsea: Is there a better word than "fabulous"?
Morgan: I'm sure if there is, you're gonna use it.
Chelsea: It was seriously so amazing, Morgan. Ah, I love him.
Morgan: I can tell. You know, I'm really happy for you. And a little bit jealous. You know, I wish I could find somebody to sweep me off my feet and make me feel that way. [Door opens]
Chelsea: You will. [Footsteps approach]
Morgan: Yeah. Maybe.
Philip: I just wish you would have kept your mouth shut about seeing Paul on the docks that night.
Chloe: I did it so people wouldn't think you had anything to do with that warehouse burning down.
Philip: Problem is, John is accusing me of hiring Paul to set that fire and getting rid of him.
Chloe: I just did it to try to help you, Philip.
Philip: I understand that. You know, unfortunately, what you did only made things worse.
E.J.: Fine. Well, I will stay here with you and John, and we can see what Rolf has whipped up for Independence Day.
Lucas: Sounds fun. That's a party -- hanging with the DiMeras.
E.J.: Yeah, doesn't it just?
Lucas: Oh, yeah. I'm out of here. No way I could do that.
E.J.: No, no, please don't go. No, please. Won't be the same without you. [Doorbell rings]
Nicole: Hey! Lady Liberty has arrived. Let's get this party started.
E.J.: Mm. Hello.
Hope: Iced tea?
Julie: Oh, please. Yes. You know, I'm surprised Ciara didn't eat very much.
Hope: Well, she's probably saving her appetite for the famous Brady burger. Aren't you, sweetheart?
Julie: Do you suppose Roman and Bo will have their classic argument over who makes the burgers better?
Hope: Oh, I hope so. You know how much everyone looks so forward to that.
Julie: Bo's family's been through so much this year.
Hope: Too much.
Julie: Well, let's not talk about the bad stuff. But God knows you all deserve one day to relax and celebrate.
Hope: And that's exactly what we intend to do.
Julie: And how about you and Bo? How are things? Are they good?
Hope: Yeah, better than ever.
Julie: You know, if in the long ago and far away, someone had said to me the two of you would still be together... [Laughs]
Hope: What? Honestly, what? You wouldn't have believed it?
Julie: Oh, no, darling. Just the opposite. From the very beginning, I knew the two of you were meant to be. It was your father that was against it.
Hope: It was daddy. I know. You know, he always thought that Bo was too unpredictable and stubborn and headstrong.
Hope: You know, it's kind of ironic.
Julie: What's ironic?
Hope: That Bo was saying exactly the same thing about a doctor that Chelsea is dating. Hmm.
Doug: Okay. Uh, what's this situation with Chelsea that you needed my advice?
Bo: Oh, yeah. Um, she's starting to date this guy who's older.
Doug: How much older?
Bo: Um, not sure.
Doug: And you don't approve?
Bo: I'm not real comfortable with it, no. And...I know exactly what you're gonna say.
Doug: No. No, actually, I don't think you do.
Chelsea: So, yeah, my dad's not exactly thrilled I'm dating an older guy.
Morgan: Even though Dr. Jonas saved his life?
Chelsea: Yeah, I mean, one thing has nothing to do with the other, as far as my dad's concerned. I mean, look. I love my dad, and I get that he's worried about me. I'm sorry. The whole point of this conversation was to get you to stop worrying about your dad, and here I am going on and on about mine.
Morgan: I'm afraid it might take a miracle. I mean, your father worrying about you making a mistake is completely normal. But here I am worrying about my father. You know, it's a complete role reversal. It's just miserable.
Chelsea: Look, my dad and Hope and my Uncle Roman, they're all doing everything that they can to find him.
Morgan: I mean, his bags were checked on a plane to South America, but he never got on.
Chelsea: There could be a perfectly logical explanation for that.
Morgan: Yeah, there could be. Or he could just be gone for good, you know, and he's never coming back.
Chloe: But you had nothing to do with that fire, Philip. That's why it's so important that the police find Morgan's father and prove that he's the one behind it.
Philip: And if they can't?
Chloe: I know what I saw.
Philip: But you didn't see him set that fire. It's only speculation without any real proof.
Chloe: He smelled like gasoline.
Philip: So, you're making it up.
Chloe: I'm not.
Philip: Can you prove it? Yeah, that's what I thought. You should have told me what you were gonna say, Chloe.
Chloe: I'm really sorry, Philip.
Philip: Let's -- let's not talk about it anymore. What's done is done.
Morgan: Well, I really appreciate you inviting me to spend the day with your family, but I need to at least touch base with my mom, let her know what's going on with my dad. Not that she really cares.
Chelsea: I understand. But come by later if you want, okay?
Morgan: Okay. Thanks.
Chelsea: Just make sure that you get there when there's still pie left 'cause it goes really fast.
Chelsea: Hey, you're back.
Caroline: Well, there's still lots left to do.
Chelsea: Okay, well, what can I help you with?
Caroline: Oh, you've done plenty, sweetheart. Thank you. Thank you.
Chelsea: Okay. Well, I'm just gonna start bringing this stuff over to dad's house, then.
Caroline: Well, Roman's coming here to help me, you know.
Caroline: Oh, are the pies cooled yet?
Chelsea: Almost, last time I checked.
Morgan: You know, I feel bad for your grandma.
Chelsea: Yeah. She really misses my grandpa, especially on days like this, you know?
Chelsea: If you're okay, I think I'm gonna go help her.
Morgan: Yeah, go ahead. It's fine.
Morgan: [Exhales deeply]
Hope: Anyway, Chelsea confided in me that she was dating Daniel. But she waiting to tell her father because, well...
Julie: She was afraid her father would be upset.
Hope: Exactly. And he certainly didn't let her down. I'm telling you, Julie. The moment they walked up to us at Chez Rouge, Bo knew they were dating.
Julie: Daniel's a doctor.
Hope: He's an older doctor -- much older.
Hope: Yeah, exactly. And Bo clearly has issues with that.
Julie: And Doug had such issues with your dating Bo.
Hope: But because of the past, you would think that Bo would be more understanding.
Julie: Bo's the papa now. I'm sure he thinks his issues are just as valid about Chelsea and Daniel dating as -- as Doug felt the issues were about you dating Bo.
Doug: You will recall that I thought you were the worst person in the world for my daughter to be dating.
Bo: Etched in my brain forever.
Doug: Motorcycle. Beard. No real job. That ridiculous hair.
Bo: Hey, now.
Doug: Come on. Admit it. You were pretty much the poster boy for bad guy back then.
Bo: Okay, I'll admit. I hadn't quite gotten my act together yet.
Doug: That's a nice way of putting it.
Bo: But I didn't much care what you or anyone else thought.
Doug: Okay. Okay. I really believed that if I could keep Hope away from you, that would be the best thing I could do for her. Everything I did made her angry. And it just made her more determined to be with you.
Bo: So, what you're telling me is I have to back off and let her make this mistake?
Doug: Just what is it about this man that you, uh, don't approve of, other than he's successful, intelligent, socially conscious, well-respected, and very rich?
Bo: H-how do you know so much about him?
Doug: I checked up on him when Hope told us that he was the doctor on your case.
Bo: Okay. There is all that. But he's kind of ungrounded and carefree. He's got no roots, nothing that he's connected to, except for being a doctor. He's a flight risk, and I don't think my daughter needs that right now.
Doug: Yeah. That's exactly what people were saying about Julie and me back when. Look how that turned out.
Bo: Yeah, you're going on, what, a couple of hundred years?
Doug: [Laughs] At least.
Nicole: Come on. Open up your gift, and we'll get a head start on the others.
E.J.: It's pretty. Uh, Nicole.
E.J.: Darling, what exactly is it that you're doing here?
Nicole: Well... I heard that, uh, John was having a private Fourth of July party, so I thought I'd drop by and, you know, show my spirit.
E.J.: Ah. Were you invited?
Nicole: Not specifically.
Nicole: No, but I can be your date.
Nicole: I take it that Sami and the twins are at her uncle's like that.
Nicole: Come on. Open up before the ice melts.
E.J.: [Clears throat] Okay. My dear, I think you got short changed. Either that, or somebody hit the bottle on the way over.
Nicole: Yeah, well, I had to do something with, I don't know, dealing with riding over here in a taxi instead of Victor's limo.
E.J.: Oh, I know. These are the crosses you have to bear.
Nicole: Thank you. To... I don't know. Whatever.
E.J.: I'm sorry, what?
Nicole: Okay, you're smiling like something good happened, so do tell.
E.J.: Something good did happen. But, um, you're probably the last person I want to tell about it.
Julie: Doug behaved like any father who loves and worries about his daughter.
Hope: Except daddy didn't have anything to worry about.
Julie: Well, as it turned out. And he came around, as loving fathers do... especially when they see just a little bit of their own personality in the man their daughter is dating. You know, darling, your father was a bit of a bad boy in the good old days. A light-fingered confidence man and the world's most charming liar. So, naturally, he was a bit suspicious of, uh, just about anybody.
Doug: So, eventually, I came to see how truly you loved her, how deeply she was in love with you, and so I gave you my blessing.
Bo: Well, not exactly.
Doug: What are you talking about?
Bo: Is that really how you remember it?
Doug: I didn't kill you.
Bo: [Laughs] Okay.
Doug: Pretty much the same thing, right?
Bo: You got me there.
Doug: Okay. So, you really think that this doctor, who just happened to save your life, is wrong for your daughter?
Bo: Ah. Nice. No, he could probably make her happy, yeah.
Doug: Yeah. Yeah. So, the problem would be?
Bo: She's young and he is... you know, experienced.
Julie: So, Bo is afraid Chelsea could get hurt.
Hope: Yeah, of course he is.
Julie: The problem with that would be?
Hope: I'm not understanding what you're saying here. Are you saying that Bo shouldn't be worried that this guy could break Chelsea's heart?
Julie: Darling, worse things could happen.
Doug: Look, Bo, you can't control these things, no matter how much you may want to. Chelsea's gonna follow her heart. It'll work out or it won't work out. Either way, it's not gonna be up to you.
Julie: You know, one thing I've learned and truly come to believe -- when two people love each other, you've just got to let them be.
Doug: It is true what they say, Bo. No matter how hard you may try to stop it, true love always finds a way.
Bo: [Laughing] Okay.
Chloe: So, are you gonna go to Bo and Hope's barbecue?
Philip: I don't think so.
Chloe: Did they invite you?
Philip: Of course. My dad is going, but I think I'm gonna stay home with my mom. She's still recuperating, and I don't want her being alone.
Chloe: That's really nice of you.
Philip: What about you? You have plans?
Chloe: Not really.
Philip: Well, maybe we could get together later.
Chloe: I'd like that. Uh, would you excuse me for a minute?
Philip: Sure. Hey. I didn't see you here.
Morgan: [Crying] I saw you.
Philip: Have you heard anything about your father?
Philip: Hey. Hey. It's gonna be okay.
Philip: It's gonna be okay.
Nicole: So, you have good news, and you're not gonna tell me because...
E.J.: Because I don't want to hear your lip about it.
Nicole: Well, you know I'm gonna keep bugging you until you tell me.
E.J.: Yeah. Yeah, I'm pretty aware of that.
Nicole: Uh-huh. And I know if you're lying to me if you just try to get me to shut up.
E.J.: You sure?
Nicole: Yeah, I'm sure.
E.J.: You super sure?
Nicole: I'm abs--
Nicole: Try me.
E.J.: Okay. I will tell you... just as soon as I get changed for the party.
Nicole: [Laughs] Ah!
E.J.: See you in a minute!
Nicole: Man. I hate waiting till after the commercial break.
Lucas: Oh, excuse me.
Nicole: Hi, Lucas. Hey, there. Help yourself.
Lucas: That's a good one. Trying to be funny or something?
Nicole: Well, you are in love with Sami. And considering all that entails, falling off the wagon is inevitable.
Lucas: Yeah, yeah, it is. A reminder of our thankfully short marriage.
Nicole: Oh, come on now. It wasn't all that bad. We had a few laughs together.
Lucas: Yeah, when we were drunk. That's about it.
Nicole: Hey, do not blame me. Sami is the one who drove you into becoming an alcoholic. All she's ever done is used you and abused you. Which brings me to the question of the decade. Why the hell do you keep coming back for more?
Roman: Hey, Ma. Sorry I'm late. I had to wrap up some things down at the station.
Caroline: Oh, Chelsea's just packing up everything. There are two pies left.
Roman: How many did you make?
Roman: [Laughs] [Sighs] I went to the cemetery this morning.
Caroline: I just came back.
Roman: Do you know what I'm gonna miss most today?
Caroline: What's that?
Roman: The way pop used to take a bite out of both Bo's and my Brady burgers, trying to decide which one was best.
Caroline: He always said he just couldn't decide.
Roman: Oh, come on, Ma. Ma, I saw right through that. That was just his sneaky way of getting two extra burgers without you yelling at him about his fat and cholesterol.
Roman: So, did Sami come by?
Caroline: Oh, yeah. She called. She's gonna stop by Alice's. And then she heads for Bo and Hope's.
Roman: Too bad Lucas can't come today.
Roman: I wonder if she's, uh -- she gonna bring E.J.?
Caroline: Oh, I hope she doesn't do that.
Philip: I've got some people looking for your father, too.
Philip: I just want to help.
Morgan: Thank you. What's the real reason you're looking for my father?
Julie: Hope Brady, you surprise me. You are the last person in the world I would have expected to laugh at the concept of true love.
Hope: I'm not. I'm not. Of course I'm not. I would never do that.
Julie: Then what are you doing?
Hope: Honestly, Julie, it's coming from Betsy Ross.
Julie: Oh. I forgot I had the tea cozy on my head.
Hope: But it is very good advice. And I just hope that daddy can get Bo to take it.
Julie: You really think they're having the same discussion we are?
Hope: Are you kidding me? Absolutely. 100%. And I'll bet you anything Bo's trying to get daddy to take his side. Come here. Oh, look at them -- planning and plotting. Look at them. Look, look, look.
Doug: Hey, I know what I said might have sounded just a little cornball, but you didn't have to laugh out loud, did you?
Bo: No, it's -- it's not what you said. It's this whole getup, you know? "Keep America strong, and true love will win in the end."
Doug: Ah, nobody likes a smart-aleck. You see now why I didn't trust you?
Bo: Yeah. Yeah. Bottom line is I got to back off and see what happens.
Doug: Mostly because you haven't got a choice. Hey, all your interfering will do will make her angry, mad at you. And I speak from experience.
Bo: Yes, I know you do. I know what you're saying here, but this is my daughter we're talking about.
Doug: Okay, okay. My last word of advice. Think long and hard before you act. Hurt and angry daughters are never very big on forgiving and forgetting.
Philip: I'll be honest with you. Your father's not my favorite guy. But I believe he was working for John Black against me and my father.
Morgan: I'm really worried for him, Philip. I mean, why would he check his bags on that flight and not get on?
Morgan: His bags were checked on a flight to South America, but he never got on board.
Philip: The police told you this?
Morgan: Yeah, they have his bags.
Philip: Hmm. I wonder if there was anything in it that could help them with the case.
Morgan: I don't know. But I'm sure if there was, they would tell me. I mean, it just doesn't make any sense. Why would he buy a ticket, check his bags, and not get on the plane?
Philip: I mean, maybe he was setting up that getaway like he told you.
Morgan: 'Cause he was frightened for his life.
Philip: Or maybe Chloe was right about seeing him on the pier. And if he did set that fire, he was getting the hell out of here so he wouldn't get caught by the cops.
Morgan: Which is why I'm so worried, Philip. I mean, why wouldn't he get on the plane?
Lucas: I know how you feel about Sami, Nicole.
Nicole: And I know how you feel, Lucas. But like I said, I don't -- I just don't understand why.
Lucas: You don't understand why we're in love. That's why. I know that's hard for you to grasp. That's a foreign concept for you.
Nicole: Oh, come on. The day you got out of prison, you walked in on her in the sack with E.J. Don't tell me that didn't hurt.
Lucas: No, you know, it didn't hurt.
Nicole: Okay, now I know you've been drinking.
Lucas: We're working through it.
Nicole: [Laughing] Okay. Take it from me, Lucas. Anything worth that much work isn't worth it.
Lucas: And this is coming from the woman who was paid $5 million to marry me.
Nicole: Do you really think there's anything that would make Sami truly happy?
Lucas: I can.
Nicole: Wow. You really do mean that, don't you?
Lucas: I love her.
Nicole: Then what can I say? I hope it works out, Lucas. I really do.
Lucas: You know what? If you really mean that, that's great. Thank you. But I don't want your help. You understand me?
Nicole: Believe it or not, Lucas, you and I are a lot alike.
Lucas: I don't think so.
Nicole: Well, I do. Come on, we're both romantics. And... deep down, all we want to do is love and be loved in return. But be careful, Lucas. If you do give Sami your heart, there's a good chance she will stomp on it.
Lucas: No way. Not this time.
Nicole: Wish you all the luck in the world, Lucas.
Doug: Nice. [Laughs]
Bo: What's going on, huh?
Hope: Hey, Daddy.
Doug: Hey. Hey, that looks good.
Hope: Looks good, huh?
Julie: Aren't they starting these fireworks awfully early?
Doug: No, I think that's just a test. No, the formal display shouldn't start for a while yet.
Julie: So, uh... did you and Bo have exactly the same discussion that, uh, I've just been having with Hope?
Doug: Well, I doubt that, but I'm pretty sure it was on the same topic.
Julie: So, Bo remind you of anybody?
Doug: I was never that pigheaded.
Julie: No, you were much worse!
Doug: Well, duh. Bo was not a rich, successful doctor.
Julie: Why, darling, that has nothing to do with it. Hope was your darling daughter. And Chelsea is Bo's darling daughter.
Doug: Yeah, yeah. No, you're right. So, no man could possibly be good enough. It's true.
Julie: But Bo Brady turned out to be.
Doug: Boy, did he ever. I can only hope that he and Chelsea can work things out the way Hope and I did.
Bo: Hey, I talked to Doug about this thing with Chelsea.
Hope: You did?
Bo: Yeah. He said I should step back and see what happens.
Hope: But you probably can't do that, right?
Bo: This is my daughter's happiness we're talking about. The doc isn't right for her.
Hope: Well, it's not up to you, Brady.
Bo: Like father like daughter. That's what your dad said.
Hope: That's because he's learned from his past mistakes. Brady, think about it. If I had let him interfere in my love life and stopped seeing the man that I, oh, so love, then you and I wouldn't be flipping Brady burgers together, would we now, hmm, hmm? Come on. You got to admit I'm right.
Bo: Yeah, yeah, yeah. You got a point.
Dr. Rolf: Looking for something in particular?
Nicole: Don't sneak up on me like that, Ralph. You could have given me a heart attack.
Dr. Rolf: That was not my intention.
Nicole: What the hell, Ralph? Where is everyone? If I didn't crash this party, no one would be here. You know, however, I was gonna crash the Brady party, but it was too damn hot. So, what the hell? Let's eat. Would you go get the caviar, please?
Dr. Rolf: As you wish.
Nicole: Thank you.
E.J.: Ah, Rolf, um, could we get some scrambled eggs, Dijon, and toast points? Thank you.
Nicole: So, spill.
E.J.: Spill? This is very expensive, darling. I don't think you want me to spill it.
Nicole: [Laughs] That's very funny. You promised.
E.J.: Did I? Did I pinkie swear?
Nicole: Well, you know how -- how I am. I will get this good news out of you.
E.J.: So, Samantha found out that we are no longer married.
Philip: Hey, Morgan, there could be a lot of reasons why your father missed his flight. You got to stop thinking the worst.
Morgan: I know. It's just so hard.
Philip: You're gonna hear from him.
Morgan: You know, and now instead of looking for my father because he's missing, the cops are looking for my father 'cause he might be a criminal. You know, none of this would have happened if Chloe hadn't said she saw him on the pier that night.
Philip: Hey, hey, hey. You got to stop thinking like that or you're gonna get yourself more upset.
Morgan: I know. I know. I know. [Sighs]
Philip: I-I got to go. But... if there's anything you need, even if it's just to talk, all you got to do is give me a call, okay?
Morgan: Thank you. Thank you.
Chelsea: What was that about?
Roman: Hey, hey.
Roman: Hey, sister-in-law!
Hope: How are you?
Roman: Good. [Laughs] Getting an early start on those burgers, huh?
Bo: Yeah, you better get a move on.
Roman: Yeah, well, I'll tell you what, little brother. Let's make a little friendly beer bet here. If people eat more of your burgers, I'll buy you a six-pack. But if people eat more of my burgers, you buy me a six-pack.
Bo: You better have that beer on ice.
Roman: Okay, got to warn you, though. Been doing some research, and I got me a brand-new secret ingredient.
Bo: Well, what is it?
Roman: Damn, is that beer gonna taste good. See you later.
Bo: He's just saying that to make me nervous, right?
Hope: Oh, yeah. No one can touch your burgers.
Bo: You mean that?
Hope: Your burgers are the best. Oh, hey, wait a second. Speaking -- over here. Over here. Speaking of secrets, you never did tell me the one that you hinted at when we were at Chez Rouge.
Bo: Well, I can't tell you what it is.
Hope: Oh, yes, you can. You got to tell me right now, Brady, just a little, tiny hint.
Bo: No, I'm sorry. I can't tell you.
Hope: No, you see, I'm the one that's sorry.
Bo: Nice pout. Give me a kiss. I got to go flip my famous burgers.
Nicole: So, Sami found out you're not still married?
E.J.: Yes. She overheard John asking me about it. Lord knows how that happened, eh?
Nicole: And you're celebrating?
Nicole: It's heat stroke. But -- but didn't Sami go ballistic?
E.J.: Of course.
Nicole: Okay, I-I'm missing something.
E.J.: Well, in the, um... ensuing exchange --
Nicole: Screaming fight.
E.J.: Quite. She was forced to admit something that she didn't really want to admit.
Nicole: And that would be?
E.J.: That she has feelings for me. So, I suppose, really, I should be thanking you. Cheers.
Lucas: Oh, God, Sami. How could you?
Bo: Here she is now with her date.
Daniel: It's just not cooling off, is it?
Chelsea: No, I think it's only gonna get hotter.
Chloe: Lucas, I was getting worried you got caught.
Lucas: No, I'll be right there.
John: I'm sorry, Blondie, but the man that you knew and loved is dead and gone. The sooner you accept that, the better.
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