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Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 7/31/08 - Canada; Friday 8/1/08 - U.S.A.

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Chloe: Knock, knock. Hey. How are you feeling? I saw Sami on the way in here. She looked pretty upset.

Lucas: Yeah. What's new? [Groans] Don't worry about her. I'm really glad that you're here.

Chloe: So, I brought you some magazines.

Lucas: You brought me "Redbook." "Redbook" is for women.

Chloe: No, it's not. Don't be sexist. Your mother advertises in it. Besides, it's got some really interesting articles about relationships, entertainment, cooking. You like to eat, right?

Lucas: I love to eat. Beats the stuff they've been giving me in here. I'll try anything.

Chloe: And I brought you some car magazines, too.

Lucas: There you go. Now we're talking. Good choices.

Chloe: Okay. So, what will it be? Cashews or Pistachios?

Lucas: Cashews gives me a rash. I love Pistachios.

Chloe: Nice. Two pounds of Pistachios.

Lucas: Yeah, it is. This will last me the rest of my life. Why are you doing all this?

Chloe: Hey, let me fluff your pillow. Are you comfortable?

Lucas: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine. Really. You've done plenty for me. This is great.

Chloe: Can I get you a drink?

Lucas: I was beaten up in prison, Chloe. It had nothing to do with you. It's not your fault.

Chloe: Okay, but I still want to help you, seriously. I'm gonna be here for you until you're back on your feet -- end of story.

Maggie: I wonder what Sami would have to say about that.

E.J.: Trent forced you to stop seeing me?

Nicole: Yes. And I only went along with it because I thought he was gonna tell people we were still married.

E.J.: Wow. What a son of a bitch. I knew that guy was bad news.

Nicole: Yeah, he's always been, at least with me.

E.J.: But why does he care who you're with?

Nicole: I don't know. Because he's a control freak and he thinks he owns me?

E.J.: Why would he think that?

Nicole: When Trent and I were together, I-I was a lot younger. I was naive and vulnerable, and if he told me to do something, I did it. Look, I don't want anything to do with him anymore, and this isn't about the money. But, as you mention, now that my divorce settlement is final with Victor, I cannot afford Trent to go off on me. He is malicious, and there is no telling what he will do. And if Victor finds out that I was still married when I married him, I could lose everything. E.J., I -- please, can you help me?

E.J.: Thank you. [Smooches] Thank you.

Nicole: For what?

E.J.: It means a lot to me that you trusted me enough to tell me the truth.

Nicole: The truth is, I hated pushing you away.

E.J.: Look, I don't mean to be presumptuous, but I'd be lying if I said this wasn't going through my mind. I just want to know, if this situation was out of the way, where would that leave us?

Roman: What happened to the evidence in the Paul Hollingsworth case? What evidence are they talking about?

Hope: I've gone over everything that we have, which isn't much.

Roman: You did talk to Morgan again about the package from Paul?

Hope: I did. I spoke to her at the hospital earlier -- nothing new.

Roman: Are you sure she couldn't have slipped something out of there when you weren't looking?

Hope: I'm positive. Bo and I were standing right there. Morgan did not take anything else out of that package. She was upset. She just wanted to go home.

Roman: That's understandable. That poor girl has been through a lot.

Hope: At least you didn't pull her father's body out of the river.

Roman: No, we did not, but witnessing Philip take a bullet that was meant for her had to be a shock.

Hope: We've got to catch a break here.

Roman: Yeah. I just wish to hell we knew what happened to Paul's so-called proof. Whatever it is would help us, but where is it?

Hope: I wish I knew. It has to be the evidence the e-mail is referring to.

Roman: Well, that makes sense to me, but what the hell is it and why haven't we found it?

Hope: You know what? I'm gonna talk to Harry -- see if he can trace the e-mail and find out where it originated from.

Roman: Good idea. Somebody out there has to know something. We just have to find out what it is. Keep me posted.

Hope: You got it.

Roman: [Exhales sharply]

[Door closes] [Monitor beeping]

Bo: Hey, man. How you feeling?

Philip: Like a lab rat after all those tests.

Bo: Yeah, I bet. You're lucky to be alive.

Philip: Yeah. That's what I hear. How's Dad?

Bo: He's having a rough time, but he's hanging in.

Philip: Good. I heard he can't have any visitors.

Bo: Yeah. His heart's weak. Can't handle the stress.

Philip: I'm sure my getting gunned down didn't help him.

Bo: I'm sure you're right. Listen, man, um... the P.D. got an anonymous e-mail inquiring about the missing evidence in the Hollingsworth case. It alluded to a police cover-up.

Philip: I'm not surprised.

Bo: Why is that?

Philip: I got a note at home right before I went over to John's and got shot.

Bo: What did it say?

Philip: "I know your secret."

Bo: Hell. Damn. You know, this smells like a setup.

Philip: Yeah, it does. But the cops don't have any proof there's any evidence missing.

Bo: Somebody knows what I did. They're not going away. They're after us -- both of us.

Roman: All right. Harry, how's it going? Did you find anything?

Harry: It's like a maze. You think you're on the right path, and -- bam! -- You hit a wall.

Roman: I know that feeling.

Harry: I traced an e-mail to the I.P. address that's billed to the Kiriakis mansion.

Roman: Philip's too smart for that. He wouldn't send an anonymous e-mail from his own computer.

Hope: Besides that, both Victor and Philip are in the hospital.

Harry: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Here we go. Got it. It looks like there was an earlier point of origin. [Keyboard clacking] Yep. This e-mail was originally sent from a computer at Java Café.

Hope: Interesting.

Roman: Well, whoever it is went to some great lengths not to get caught.

Harry: You got that right. It started at Java Café Wi-Fi, passed through the Kiriakis I.P. address, and terminated here at the station.

Hope: Looks like a setup.

Roman: Sure as hell does. And thanks to you, Harry, we might be onto something. Hope, why don't you get over to the Java Café©, see what you can find?

Hope: Good idea.

Roman: Harry, thanks again for your help.

Harry: Hey, anytime. You know I love this stuff.

Roman: All right, I need to talk to Leo, the undercover guy I got on John. Something tells me we're closing in on our target.

Hope: You think John sent the e-mail?

Roman: I don't know that, but I'm damn sure he knows what happened to Paul Hollingsworth.

Hope: What's being reported on john so far? Anything unusual?

Roman: Other than the shooting, no. But my gut tells me John's in this way over his head.

Hope: Yeah, well, he's not the only one. Hey, can you meet me at the Java Café©? I need to ask you a question.

Philip: No one knows about that recording except our Father, and he's not talking.

Bo: Somebody knows I'm suppressing evidence. Otherwise, we wouldn't be getting threatening e-mails and notes.

Philip: Come on, Bo. It's John. We both know it. He's doing everything he can to try and intimidate us.

Bo: How would he know about the missing evidence?

Philip: Who says he does? Maybe he's bluffing, looking to put the spotlight back on me.

Bo: 'Cause he's the guilty one?

Philip: I wouldn't be surprised. Someone sure as hell did something to Paul Hollingsworth, and it wasn't me.

Bo: [Exhales sharply] You don't know how happy I was to find out you're innocent. I mean, I'm your brother and all. I'd do everything I can to protect you. But knowing that you're innocent helps when what I did was so wrong and against who I am.

Philip: You're a Kiriakis.

Bo: Yeah. You know, I... I spent many years trying to... deny that, telling myself the blood that ran through my veins didn't matter. But it does. I love Ma and Pop. They're the best parents a guy could ask for. I wouldn't change that. But Victor...

Philip: I know. He's not an easy man to love.

Bo: [Exhales sharply] No. He isn't. But he's my biological father... and you and I are his flesh and blood.

Philip: Unfortunately, we've never been that close.

Bo: No. You know, when you came to visit me when I was in the hospital, that was the first time our relationship felt real.

Philip: It did feel real. It felt important.

Bo: That's 'cause it is.

Philip: I hope your doing this for me doesn't change that.

Bo: So do I.

Philip: You know I never would have asked you to do this.

Bo: Yeah. I do. It's the kind of thing that only a father can ask of a son.

Philip: We are family.

Bo: Yeah. But you and Victor -- you're not my only family. And when I walked away from that evidence... I not only put my career at risk... but I put both my families at risk.

Philip: Bo... I will never forget what you did for me. I'm so sorry.

Maggie: I know it's none of my business, but I don't think Sami will be very happy if she walks in here and sees Chloe attending to your every need.

Lucas: Actually, Aunt Maggie, Sami knows that Chloe's here.

Maggie: Really?

Lucas: Yeah. She left a few minutes ago.

Maggie: Oh. Well, I was just trying to prevent trouble.

Lucas: I know. I appreciate it.

Maggie: Hello, Chloe. It's nice to see you.

Chloe: Nice to see you, as well, Mrs. Horton.

Maggie: Well, how are you feeling, sweetheart. We've been worried sick about you. And I brought some of Alice's doughnuts, and she said to give you a big hug...

Lucas: Careful, careful.

Maggie: Oh, I'm sorry.

Lucas: No, that's all right.

Maggie: ...And send you her love.

Lucas: I, uh -- tell her I love her, too, and I'll come see her as soon as I can, okay?

Maggie: Okay.

Chloe: Lucas, I'm gonna go get some coffee. I'll see you later, okay?

Lucas: All righty. I'll be here.

Maggie: I can't believe that Sami left you alone with Chloe.

Lucas: I guess I should be the one to tell you. I think it's time that Sami and I take a little break from each other.

Maggie: But why? You love her.

Lucas: Well, I guess sometimes love just isn't enough.

Maggie: Well, I disagree on that. Love is what gets us through the tough times.

Lucas: Sami and I have had more than our share of tough times. I just know -- I mean, I know I love her, but I know what's gonna happen as soon as we get back together.

Maggie: I'm not following.

Lucas: It's draining, Maggie. It's exhausting trying to love Sami all the time. You just never know what you're gonna get, you know? You never know what kind of mood she's gonna be in. One minute, she's up. The next minute, she's down. And I don't want to do that anymore. It's draining to me. I don't have the energy for it.

Maggie: And, uh, Chloe is the answer?

Lucas: I don't know. I don't know. Maybe she is.

Maggie: Lucas, I heard what happened between you and Chloe at the Salem Inn.

Lucas: You heard about that?

Maggie: Mm-hmm.

Lucas: This town -- I hate this town. Everybody knows everything about everybody else. Nothing's a secret. Everything's fair game.

Maggie: Honey, look. Just because you got caught with another woman doesn't mean that you should throw everything away that you have with Sami.

Lucas: Maggie, that's just it. I don't know what I have with Sami. I'm glad things happened with Chloe. It opened my eyes, you know? It made me realize a lot of things, put a lot of things in perspective for me.

Maggie: Like?

Lucas: Like what kind of relationship I want to be in and what kind of person I want to spend the rest of my life with.

Maggie: Lucas, listen. I think you need to slow down and recover before you start making any life-changing decisions.

Lucas: Aunt Maggie, I'm not gonna propose to anybody.

Maggie: Good.

Lucas: Not yet, anyway.

Maggie: Oh. Hmm.

Lucas: It's just that Chloe is -- she's just different, you know? She's different than Sami. I mean, I hate to say it, but... I finally realize what it's like to be in a real relationship, you know? A calm, caring, supportive relationship. Isn't that what loving someone's really all about?

Nicole: I would love more than anything to make this work, but I can't do that right now because if we went out on a date and Trent saw us -- I know him, I know him -- he would make good on his threat, and I cannot risk that right now. E.J... this is so hard for me because I know we would make a great team.

E.J.: Hey. Come here. Who are you, hmm? What have you done with my Nicole? She's a fighter, all right? She doesn't give up easily.

Nicole: I'm stuck because Trent's got me --

E.J.: No, you're not. You're not, okay? We're gonna put our heads together, and we're gonna be fine. Listen. You dig down deep enough, and you'll find skeletons in anybody's closet.

Nicole: Well, I-I do know one. And if you count this marriage, that's two.

E.J.: Okay. What have you got?

Nicole: Max Brady is Trent's biological son.

Hope: I need to figure out who sent an e-mail. Our lab guy said it originated here from the Java Café© I.P. address.

Evan: Well, there's really no way to know who sent it unless...

Hope: What?

Evan: We could review the security footage on our closed-circuit TV. Maybe one of the cameras saw them. I can pull the DVD's if you like.

Hope: Evan, that would be great. That would be a huge help. Listen, here is the time frame we're looking at, okay?

Evan: I'll get right on it, detective.

Hope: Cool. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it.

Doug: Hi, there, sweetheart.

Hope: Oh, Daddy, hi. Oh, it's so good to see you. Thank you so much for meeting me here.

Doug: Yeah. Um, nonfat, double-shot easy-foam latte, got it?

Hope: Right on the money.

Doug: Okay.

Hope: Come on, Daddy. Let's sit down.

Doug: Yeah. You know, just ordering coffee these days is getting so complicated. I keep mine simple -- plain black.

Hope: It's so good to see you. How's Julie?

Doug: She's fine.

Hope: Good.

Doug: Delivering some library books to Alice at the moment, I believe. Okay. Tell me what's going on.

Hope: All right. I have a question for you.

Doug: Fire away.

Hope: Would you break the law to protect a family member?

Bo: Hey, no need to apologize. It was my decision. The consequences are my responsibility.

Philip: No. No. I put you in a terrible position, and there's not a damn thing I can do to fix it. It's eating me up inside.

Bo: Hey, hey, take it easy. You need to get your rest, get your strength back.

Philip: Bo, I know John is behind this -- the note and the e-mail. But I don't see how he can know anything about the missing evidence.

Bo: Neither do I.

Philip: Yeah. There's got to be a trail that leads somewhere back to John.

Bo: I'm sure there is. We just have to find it.

Philip: Look, Bo, you really stepped up for me. And whatever happens, I got your back. I mean that.

Bo: I know you do. I meant what I said, too. Okay?

Philip: What is it?

Bo: There's a possibil-- um, I'll explain it to you later. You get your rest, okay? I'm out of here.

Doug: Honey, what's the matter? You in some kind of trouble?

Hope: Oh, no, no. It's not me. It's a case that I'm working on.

Doug: Oh, that's a relief.

Hope: I'm sorry. Did I scare you? I didn't mean to.

Doug: Would I break the law to protect a family member? That's a tough one. I suppose it would depend on the circumstances.

Hope: It's a police case. I can't exactly tell you the circumstances.

Doug: Yeah. Sure, sure. Okay. Well, my past is no secret. Before you were born, I did my share of jail time -- even prison -- con jobs, money scams, securities fraud. I broke the law more times than I care to remember, and I was not doing it to protect some family member. It was a dark time in my life, honey, and I [Chuckles] I'm not proud of it.

Hope: Do you think about it sometimes now?

Doug: Sure, I do. Yeah. Not every day. But once you break the law, it stays with you. I suppose there are some hardened criminals who can do their thing and never look back, but for folks like myself, it's just too hard. You cross the line, you don't forget.

Hope: I guess I never really thought about it like that.

Doug: But of course. Hey, if it involves my family -- I hate to admit it, but, yes, I probably would break the law to protect them. The problem is there's hell to pay either way.

Hope: Yeah. I can see that.

Doug: Okay. Now, if you're ever in a bad place, you know you can come to me -- anytime, anywhere. I mean, no matter what, you are my little girl. Okay, so, why don't you just tell me what's going on here? You knew the answer to your question before you called me, right?

Hope: Yeah.

Doug: Okay, okay. Talk to me.

Hope: Well, I was going to, except that I then realized, um, I couldn't involve you.

Doug: Then you are in trouble.

Hope: No, Daddy. I told you, it isn't me.

Doug: Okay. Is it Bo?

Hope: No. No. Really. It's -- Dad, um, listen, I really need to talk to the manager, so I'm gonna need to go, but I want you and Julie to come over to the house and spend some quality time with us, okay?

Doug: Yeah. Honey, yeah. Okay. Okay.

Hope: Daddy, don't worry.

Doug: Take care, Princess.

Hope: I'm taking very good care. I love you. Any luck?

Evan: I loaded the DVD into the laptop. Want to take a look?

Hope: You bet I do.

E.J.: So, how do you know about Max?

Nicole: Well, Trent told me when we went to dinner a little while ago.

E.J.: He just told he put his son up for adoption?

Nicole: Actually, uh, Max's birth mother died when he was really young, so, of course, Trent didn't want to take responsibility for him, so he put him in foster care, and then that's when the Brady's adopted him.

E.J.: I'm assuming he doesn't want anybody to know that Max is his son.

Nicole: Apparently not. But neither does Max. He hates him. I can't blame him. So, then suddenly Max takes off, and Trent wigs out, and he wants me to find out what Max is up to.

E.J.: Well, I'm assuming Max just went away on a holiday or something. The guy works bloody hard.

Nicole: You know, I do know one thing. Max is in France.

E.J.: He's in France? What is he doing in France?

Nicole: I don't know, but Trent's a control freak. I want nothing to do with him.

E.J.: Wait a second. Look, that is completely the wrong attitude. In this situation, knowledge is power. The more we know about your professor and his motivations, the better situation we're in. I mean, you want Trent off your back, right?

Nicole: Yeah, absolutely.

E.J.: Okay, then we need to get some information to give us some leverage.

Nicole: I like the way you think, counselor.

E.J.: Another thing -- I'm not doing this as your lawyer, okay? I'm doing this as your friend.

Nicole: Thank you.

E.J.: You're welcome. Now, if Trent has you doing his dirty work, that means there is more to this than you know, okay? Now, we need to find out what that is. Once we have that, I think we'll be good. And then we can, uh, you know, we can do whatever it is that our hearts desire us to do.

Maggie: Lucas, I know what you're saying about Chloe. But you and Sami -- you've been through so much together. I mean, you have a long history.

Lucas: I just can't do this. I'm tired. I can't -- I can't do it. I need to go somewhere and just recharge, you know? My body is just beaten up, and my head is just in overdrive all the time. I know that doesn't make any sense.

Maggie: It does. It does, and I think that I know just the place for you to do it.

Roman: Brady.

Hope: You're not gonna believe this.

Roman: What is it?

Hope: I'm looking at footage of Ava Vitali on her computer at the Java Café©. It fits our time frame of when the e-mail was sent to the station.

Roman: All right. That's good. That's interesting. But there's no way a judge will grant us a warrant on a hunch.

Hope: Yeah, I know, but as far as I'm concerned, it pretty much confirms to me that John was behind this. Ava is a direct link to John.

Roman: I agree. But there's no way we can prove that Ava sent that e-mail. But if she wasn't savvy enough to avoid those security cameras, then maybe she will lead us to evidence about Paul. I'll put a tail on her, too.

Hope: Hey, it's worth a shot. I'll give you a call back. I need to catch up with Bo. Oh, God, Brady, what have you done?

Morgan: So, you done with all your tests?

Philip: Yeah, until Dr. Jonas thinks of another dozen or so to put me through.

Morgan: How are you feeling, really?

Philip: [Sighs] It's painful, but I'll live.

Morgan: You have no idea how terrible I feel.

Philip: What were you thinking, going over to the DiMera's and confronting John all by yourself?

Morgan: I need to know what happened to my father. I figured if I went over there and I confronted John, then maybe I'd finally get the truth.

Philip: John's not about to admit anything.

Morgan: Look, I-I've been so emotional lately. I don't even know what I'm doing. I'm coming up with all these weird, strange ways to find my Father. I can't eat. I can't sleep. I feel like I'm having a nervous breakdown. And here I am complaining while you're stuck in this hospital bed. Philip, I am so sorry. Will you ever forgive me?

Philip: There's nothing to forgive. Look, Morgan... I will find out what happened to your father. But right now I want to tell you...

Morgan: What?

Philip: Well, you've probably heard stories about how people can hear things when they're unconscious or in a coma.

Morgan: Yeah. Actually, the other day, there was this story about this woman who woke up out of a coma after like two months, and she -- okay. Wow.

Philip: I heard everything you said.

Bo: No, no, that's great, Ma. Thanks. Yeah, she just walked in the door. Okay. Bye. Hey, there, Fancy Face.

Hope: Hey. Did you pick up Ciara?

Bo: Well, of course I did. She was so tired from gymnastics she fell asleep in the car on the way home.

Hope: How was her class?

Bo: I think we got another Nadia Comaneci on our hands.

Hope: She's good.

Bo: That, she is.

Hope: Oh. Hey, a postcard from Shawn and Belle. They're still in Fiji. Claire's learning how to fish. Oh, my gosh. She's already grown an inch since they've been gone. And Shawn's lost his beard. I have to say, I'm not too sad about that. He got a buzz cut. He must be so handsome. "Love and kisses to all." It sounds like they're having a great time.

Bo: Yeah. I wish I was in Fiji right about now.

Hope: I'm with you. I miss them.

Bo: Yeah, me too. I stopped by the hospital and saw Philip.

Hope: How's he doing?

Bo: He's gonna be okay.

Hope: That's good. That's good news.

Bo: We had a nice, long talk.

Hope: Well, I'm glad to hear that, um, you and Philip are working things out. That should make victor very happy.

Bo: Mm-hmm. So, what did you do today?

Hope: I was at the Java Café©.

Bo: Working?

Hope: Well, yeah, I guess you could say that. I was reviewing security DVD's. Harry traced the e-mail. Discovered it originated from the Wi-Fi there.

Bo: Really?

Hope: Really. I think I know who sent it.

Bo: Don't tell me. John Black?

Hope: Close. Ava Vitali. I saw her on the DVD around the time that the e-mail was sent.

Bo: Where there's Ava, there's John.

Hope: Exactly.

Bo: Still, we don't have any solid evidence.

Hope: Right. It's that e-mail about the missing evidence that has everyone thrown for a loop. But you know all about that, don't you, Brady?

Nicole: Thank you so much, Lisa. I owe you one.

E.J.: Well?

Nicole: That was my friend Lisa. She works at the pub. Actually, I used to work with her at the Java Café©.

E.J.: Yeah, I still kind of struggle to believe you had a job, but go on.

Nicole: Ha ha. Yeah, me too, sometimes. But I never thought it would come in handy.

E.J.: What did Lisa say?

Nicole: She didn't know a lot. I guess Ma Brady keeps a tight lip when it comes to her son, but she did say that Max went to Europe first and then his girlfriend, Stephanie, followed.

E.J.: Stephanie. Bingo. There we go. Stephanie's an old racing buddy of mine. I can call her up. She'll tell us exactly what we need to know.

Nicole: Great.

E.J.: Okay. It is a little bit late to start calling Stephanie now in Europe, so this is what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna head down to the office, and I'm gonna start finding out exactly what your legal position's gonna be, but I'm gonna need some details from you, so if you can tell me when you were married and where you were married...

Nicole: You're serious about this, aren't you? I mean, about helping me.

E.J.: Of course I am.

Maggie: This is the key to the Horton cabin on Smith Island. You can only get there by boat. It's very quiet and very isolated. I think it's the perfect place for you to recuperate. You can go there and commune with nature, clear your head, and just relax.

Lucas: Are you sure?

Maggie: Am I sure? It's the Horton cabin. You're a Horton, aren't you?

Lucas: That's true. I am a Horton. Thank you, Aunt Maggie. It sounds like exactly what I need. I appreciate it.

Maggie: Lucas... I would do anything for you. I hope you know that by now.

Lucas: I do. I know that. We've always shared a very special connection.

Maggie: Yes, we have.

Lucas: Which is why it's very important that you understand where I'm coming from -- not just because we're family. Because you're my sponsor, too.

Maggie: You know, I think that being incarcerated has got to be one of those experiences that you can never fully understand unless you've been there.

Lucas: Maggie, it's truly horrible. I just kept thinking about Allie. I mean, if I died, if I was killed in prison, she might feel that I abandoned her. She might feel like I left her without a father or something.

Maggie: Honey, that's all behind you. You're home -- thank God -- and you're gonna be all right.

Lucas: I hope so.

Maggie: There's just one little thing. You still have me a little worried. I-I don't want you rushing into things, you know? Will you do me a favor, Lucas?

Lucas: Yeah. Anything.

Maggie: Okay. I want you to promise me that you will think long and hard about your feelings for Sami. She's been the love of your life. I mean, you have so much invested with her, especially the children.

Lucas: Yeah, I know. I promise. I promise.

Maggie: Okay. I'm gonna hold you to that -- okay? -- Because I think that spending time alone on Smith Island -- [Sighs deeply] It will be the best thing for you.

Lucas: Then I'll do it. I'll go. As long as I have my children in my life -- as long as I have Allie and Will -- then I'm good.

Morgan: I was tempted not to come back after the nurse finished changing your bandage.

Philip: Because you're embarrassed?

Morgan: Yeah. Even more so now.

Philip: Don't be.

Morgan: I didn't know you could hear me.

Philip: Loud and clear. You said that you loved me.

Morgan: Well, I thought you were going to die. I mean, what I really meant to say --

Philip: It's okay. No, you know, it's more than okay. It's wonderful.

Morgan: Really?

Philip: You and I got off to...a rocky start.

Morgan: Because you had a girlfriend, so I thought.

Philip: I was referring to the time you mistook me for a dart board and started throwing darts at my head.

Morgan: Okay, I thought we agreed we weren't gonna talk about that again.

Philip: I mean, this is all happening so fast. But considering I nearly died trying to save your life, I'm just gonna say it. When I first woke up... I thought about you... and what you said. Come here. I have something I want to tell you.

E.J.: What's wrong? Did I say something to upset you?

Nicole: No. You didn't. Actually, uh, you know, everything's fine. Everything's good. It's -- it's too good. I-I just -- I can't believe you're willing to help me. No one's ever been this nice to me.

E.J.: Well, it is my pleasure, so you better start getting used to it, young lady.

Chloe: Hey. Knock, knock. Sorry. I hope I'm not interrupting. I just wanted to bring you some green tea. It's good for healing, and it's the best thing I could come up with in that cafeteria.

Maggie: Well, kids, uh, I guess I should be going. Mickey will be home soon. You take care of yourself, okay? Promise me. And, um... enjoy your time alone.

Lucas: I will. And thank you for everything. I really appreciate it.

Maggie: Oh, you're welcome, Lucas. Oh, my. I'll be careful.

Lucas: Oh, careful, yeah.

Maggie: Okay. I will. I just want you to be happy. Okay?

Lucas: I know.

Maggie: All right. Goodbye, Chloe.

Chloe: Bye, Mrs. Horton.

Lucas: See you soon. [Door closes] My Aunt Maggie gave me the key to the Horton cabin on Smith Island. I think I'm gonna go there, spend some time when I get released.

Chloe: Are you sure? Or would you rather stay here and try to patch things up with Sami?

Lucas: No, I need to spend some time alone. You know, figure out what I really want.

Hope: I need for you to tell me the truth.

Bo: Come on. We've been through this.

Hope: I know, only this time, I want to get some answers. Ever since that day at the station after Morgan and I left, you haven't been yourself, Brady. You told me you were involved in something that you couldn't talk about, so I gave you your space. I backed away. I said okay. Then we receive an e-mail about a police cover-up.

Bo: If you got something to ask me, just ask.

Hope: All right. What do you know about the missing evidence? Did you have anything to do with it?

Bo: Fancy Face, I-I wanted to keep you out of this for your own good. But, yeah... I tampered with evidence to protect my brother Philip.

Hope: [Sighs] Evidence? What evid-- my God, Brady, what have you done?

Morgan: I mean, I've just never had anybody save my life before.

Philip: I'd do it again -- in a heartbeat.

Ava: Thank God you're here. We've got big trouble.

John: What's going on?

Ava: I'm being followed.

Hope: You're acting more like a Kiriakis than the man that I love.

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