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Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 8/4/08 - Canada; Tuesday 8/5/08 - U.S.A.

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[Marseilles, France]

Melanie: So you're my brother. [Chuckles] I don't buy it.

Max: Well, it's the truth. I'm Max Brady.

Melanie: What sort of game are you playing at? Seriously, who put you up to this?

Max: I know it takes a little bit of getting used to. Trust me, I was blown away when I found out about you, Melanie.

Melanie: Who's been talking about me? Okay, 'cause whatever they said, none of it's true.

Max: I found out about you through Trent Robbins, our Father. Look, I haven't seen him in a few years, and then he recently came back to the States where I live.

Melanie: Well, if your dad is my Dad, then why were you out of touch?

Max: It's not that unusual. My Mother and Trent didn't have the greatest relationship, so when she split, she split with me. And then when she died, I went into foster care.

Melanie: And my Dad just left you there. He -- he wouldn't do that.

Max: Maybe he lost track of me. Who knows? All I know is that he came back to Salem a few months ago, and -- and -- and now I have a father back in my life and a new sister.

Melanie: No, I don't believe any of this. This is some sort of scam.

Max: Hey, hold on a second, okay? Look at that.

Melanie: Okay, well, my Dad is the only one who has a copy of this picture. So what? So, he gave it to you?

Max: That's...where it came from.

Melanie: Why didn't my Dad tell me about you? I'm gonna call him.

Max: No, you -- no, you can't do that.

Philip: Thank you, Henderson. And thank you for picking me up.

Henderson: Of course, sir.

Philip: Hey, don't tell my Mom if she knew I out, she'd hit the ceiling.

Henderson: Yes, sir. I imagine she would. Are you sure you should be out here in the sun?

Philip: Not to worry. It's all covered up.

Hope: Hello, Henderson. We need to talk.

Henderson: I'll check back with you later, sir.

Philip: To what do I owe the honor?

Hope: I think you know.

John: Where are you, Ava? That bed's getting cold. Ava? "My dear John, by the time you read this, I'll be miles away." Oh, that's a big mistake, Ava. [Doorbell rings] It's a big mistake. Why are you here?

Marlena: I came to warn you. Stefano's had a seizure. He could be coming out of the coma.

E.J.: Look, I don't know, Tony. Maybe the seizure means he's getting worse, not better.

Tony: Oh, don't count on it, brother.

E.J.: Look at him. He looks exactly the same. He hasn't moved a muscle since we arrived.

Tony: Like an alligator in the mud, just before it attacks.

E.J.: Thanks. That's very comforting.

Tony: We've got to be smart and be prepared because inside that head of his, his brain is beginning to percolate. And if I know Stefano, he's hard at work, thinking about revenge. And when he wakes up --

E.J.: If -- if he wakes up.

Tony: When he wakes up, he'll bring down anyone who's displeased him, especially his children. After all, we're the ones who gave up on him and put him in a State Hospital.

Philip: [Groans] Would you like some lemonade?

Hope: This isn't a social call. I know everything.

Philip: I think you'd better spell out exactly what you mean.

Hope: The tape. The cover-up. Honestly, Philip, how could you? Bo could lose everything -- his career, his reputation. He could even go to prison for this.

Philip: How did you find out?

Hope: I'm a cop. I ask questions. Bo hasn't been himself, and I knew it had something to do with you and your father.

Philip: Go on.

Hope: I confronted him, and he finally told me everything -- about the tape, how your father badgered him into giving it up.

Philip: Nobody badgered him. He handed over that tape to protect me, his brother. He did the right thing.

Hope: He committed a crime. I should run you down to the station right now and make you confess everything to Roman and Abe. That's what I should do. But you and I both know that's not gonna happen. I have to protect my husband, and that's exactly what I'll do.

Philip: I'm sorry.

Hope: Really? Are you? I hate this. By not saying anything, I'm as guilty as Bo.

Philip: Protecting family is honorable.

Hope: To protect one son, another son sacrifices himself.

Philip: Bo will be fine.

Hope: You don't know that. What if the truth comes out? That anonymous e-mail means someone else knows.

Philip: Who?

Hope: [Sighs] Even if I knew, I wouldn't tell you.

Philip: The tape was destroyed. There's no evidence linking Bo to anything.

Hope: Really? Well, you don't know what other evidence is out there, do you? Bo told me what was on that tape. How you threatened to kill Paul if he didn't do exactly what you wanted him to.

Philip: It was just business.

Hope: Business.

Philip: I never had any intention of hurting Paul, and I didn't. Bo believes me. Why won't you?

Hope: Because Paul is presumed dead. He's missing.

Philip: If he is dead, we both know who's responsible.

John: How can Stefano come out of his coma? You indicated this injection you gave him put him away for good.

Marlena: It would have been enough for most men, just not enough for Stefano. I suppose I underestimated his strength of will.

John: Think you would have learned by now. Are you terrified?

Marlena: No, I'm not. I can handle myself with Stefano.

John: Even if he wakes up and accuses you of paralyzing him.

Marlena: There's no doubt that he will do that. John, I-I'm a little more concerned about you right now.

John: Well, I'm touched.

Marlena: Stefano is not a person who likes to share his toys. You have taken his empire. It's like you've painted a target on your back.

John: Huh. You're still my wife, correct?

Marlena: I am. Why?

John: I just wanted to make sure that we can't testify against each other.

Marlena: [Chuckles] Oh. I don't think it's going to come down to a trial. I-I think Stefano will punish us in his own way.

John: Oh, there may very well be a trial after I kill him.

Marlena: John.

Tony: Spending all these months in a coma couldn't have done Stefano any good. I imagine there's plenty of permanent damage.

Kayla: Well, you never know with coma victims. You know, they can wake up after a year and be perfectly normal.

Tony: Oh. Well, we pray for such a miracle.

E.J.: Kayla, could you... explain a little bit more about the seizure that Father had? I mean, one would imagine that a seizure was a bad thing, but everybody seems to be running around like he's about to regain consciousness.

Kayla: Any increase in brain activity could indicate that.

E.J.: Could you be a little bit more specific, please?

Kayla: You know, we just ran an MRI on him, and the results should be available, so if you'll excuse me. [Door opens, closes]

E.J.: Told you this was too good to be true. Trust Father to come back from the dead...again. [Scoffs]

Tony: You heard Kayla. We don't have the answers yet. But you're probably right. I get the strangest feeling Stefano... is up to something even as we speak.

Melanie: So, why shouldn't I ask my Dad about you?

Max: It's a long story.

Melanie: No, not good enough. I want answers about my long-lost brother. And I can either get them from you, or I can get them from Daddy.

Max: All right, fine. Trent doesn't know that I'm here, and we're not exactly on the best of terms.

Melanie: Go on.

Max: I discovered you existed, but he wouldn't give me any answers, so I came to France to find my sister on my own.

Melanie: So, you came all the way here from the States to track down a person you've never even met before.

Max: Sister. Family. Yeah, you bet I did.

Melanie: This is so bizarre. But sweet. [Sighs] All right, so, you're sure about this? Because Dad never once mentioned any kids. Don't get me wrong. I mean, I kind of like the idea of having a big brother who shells out lots of money for me.

Max: Well, Les is bad news, and let's not make a habit of it, okay?

Melanie: So, Dad wouldn't really like it if he knew that you came here and that you found me, would he?

Max: To be honest, no. He didn't want me to contact you. So don't let him know that we met, at least for now, okay? Stephanie. There you are.

Stephanie: Hey.

Max: Hi. Um, I'd like you to meet Melanie, my sister.

Stephanie: Hi.

Max: This is Stephanie Johnson, my girlfriend.

Stephanie: It's so nice to finally meet you. Max has been really excited about finding you.

Melanie: Really? Well, I don't know why. I'm just your average, normal, everyday expatriate student.

Max: I bet there's nothing average about you, Melanie.

Guy: Monsieur Brady, can I have your autograph?

Max: Uh, of course.

Guy: When will you race again?

Max: Uh, don't hold your breath. [Chuckles]

Guy: Merci, monsieur.

Melanie: That's why you look familiar. You're Max Brady the race car driver. Trs cool. Well, if I have to have an older brother, at least he's a celebrity. [Laughs]

Marlena: John, you can't do this. If and when Stefano wakes up, then we will deal with it in a law-abiding, nonviolent way.

John: You mean like you did. Don't you find that just a bit hypocritical?

Marlena: I am not proud of the fact that I poisoned him. But he had done so much to us, so much to our family. I couldn't see any other way to neutralize him.

John: But it didn't work, did it? And now he could be waking up, so all I got to say is, "good job, Blondie."

Marlena: John, where are you going?

John: Well, to the hospital. Where else?

Marlena: No.

John: You know, it's like they say. If you want a job done right, you just do it yourself.

Marlena: You can't do this. John, you can't do this. John. John, you can't do this. John. [Door slams] "My dear John, by the time you read this, I'll be miles away. I tried to be strong, but there's new evidence that definitely links me to the plane crash. That means I'll spend years in jail. Being locked up again would kill me, so I have to disappear. [Thinking] I love you. I know we tried to keep it light, but there it is. You're the only reason I'm finding it hard to leave. Always remember I'm thinking of you, and, for my sake, please learn how to be happy in your new skin. You deserve it. Ava." Roman, it's Marlena. You should know that Ava Vitali has jumped bail and left town.

Tony: I don't know why I'm so upset with the idea of the possibility of Stefano waking up. Near-death experiences can change people. Who knows? Maybe he'll wake up and have a whole new attitude on life and maybe throw a party. Oh... who am I kidding? Dracula never wakes up in a good mood. He's always on the lookout for his next victim. Doesn't necessarily mean it has to be me. You know, assuming that Stefano does wake up, maybe you should rethink your position vis- -vis working for John.

E.J.: I'm not the only one who works for John, Tony.

Tony: Oh, I think there's a vast difference between doing an occasional P.R. work for Uncle John and being his lawyer.

E.J.: Or maybe he'll be quite happy that somebody's around to keep an eye on John. You know what he said. "Keep your friends close. Keep your enemies closer."

Tony: Oh. Are you saying that you consider John to be your enemy?

E.J.: Whether I consider John to be my enemy or not is not the point, Tony. The point is that he has our birthright, and I'm not very happy about that.

Tony: We do agree about something.

E.J.: You know, despite what anybody thinks of Father, it's only right that his children inherit his empire. Not John Black.

Tony: Perhaps the reason he's struggling to wake up is because he's biding his time so he can get revenge on those who have displeased him and then take back his empire from John.

Kayla: Well, that's a terrifying thought.

Tony: No, no. What we were saying was that if Stefano does wake up, we don't think he's going to be very pleased to find out that John has taken over the family business and how he's handling it.

E.J.: I think that's putting it mildly.

Kayla: Well, John's been in some serious trouble since he returned from Ireland.

Tony: Mm. So what does the scan show you?

Kayla: Well, do you see this area here on the right hemisphere? That's brain activity.

E.J.: Well, this -- this is a lot lighter than it is over here.

Kayla: That's right. His last scan showed no light areas. I think that the seizure has triggered increased brain activity.

Tony: So, he's cognizant and thinking?

Kayla: Well, he could be. But there are many explanations for what we see here. I would really like Lexie to take a look at it and see what she thinks.

E.J.: Look, um, is there any way of knowing if he's gonna wake up?

Kayla: I think half the town would like the answer to that question. We're just gonna have to wait and see. And if there's not progress over a period of time, we'll have to put him back in the long-term-care facility. But right now, until we figure out what caused the seizure, we'd like to keep him in the hospital.

John: I heard the old bastard might be waking up.

Philip: Come on, Hope. Can we stop playing games with all these questions? You and I both know John Black must be behind Paul's disappearance. Are you investigating him?

Hope: [Scoffs] I'm not about to discuss details of an ongoing case with you. Besides, the only thing I'm concerned about right now is Bo. If it should get out that he suppressed evidence --

Philip: And if it does, I promise you I will do everything I can to protect him.

Hope: How kind of you. It could already be out of our hands.

John: What are you plotting now?

Kayla: You know, John, there's a good chance that he might hear you.

John: Really? So, when will he come to?

Kayla: We don't know that he ever will and, even if he does, what shape he'll be in. He may not know who or where he is.

John: You're saying he could be brain damaged.

Kayla: It's certainly a possibility.

John: We should be so lucky.

Kayla: Okay, that's enough.

John: I'm only saying what everybody here is thinking.

Tony: Well, that's brotherly love for you.

Kayla: You know that there is another possibility here -- that the seizure could be a sign that your father is deteriorating.

Tony: He could be dying?

Kayla: I need you to stop by the main nurses' station and sign some papers. We'd like to run some more tests.

Tony: Will do. Hmm. I'll go call Anna.

E.J.: Sure. Sure. God. Sorry. You just about gave me a heart attack.

Nicole: Well, you're in the right place. Sorry, I just -- I wanted to see you.

E.J.: It's good to see you. Come here. Good to see you.

Nicole: Yeah.

E.J.: Sorry.

Nicole: It's okay.

E.J.: Uh, it's -- my Father's next door. He had some kind of seizure, so...

Nicole: Oh, I-I thought he was locked away in some catatonic state.

E.J.: He was. They brought him in here for some tests.

Nicole: Oh. That's not necessarily good news, is it?

E.J.: Uh, well, I mean, it could mean that he's -- he's waking up out of his coma. It could also -- you know, I mean, it's more the beginning of the end, I think.

Nicole: You know, E.J., I-I'm really sorry. It's got to be really stressful. Are you okay?

E.J.: You know, I-I really -- I really don't know. You know, my Father was such an imposing figure and cast such a huge shadow over my life... that, uh, you know, for the first time I felt I was finally getting away from that, that I was beginning to be more of my own man. I'll tell you something. If he wakes up, there's gonna be hell to pay.

Nicole: And if he dies?

E.J.: If he dies, I'm gonna be devastated.

Melanie: So, why don't you race anymore?

Max: Uh, well, that's a long story.

Melanie: You seem to have a lot of long stories.

Stephanie: He raced. He stopped. He moved on to other things. Okay?

Melanie: Sure, but I was talking to my brother. There, I said it. Brother. I don't know about all this mystery family business, but at least now I have bragging rights about having a celebrity in the family -- or a semi celebrity. Hey, what would you consider yourself -- "B" or "C" list? [Laughs] If it's "D" list, I don't even want to know you.

Max: [Laughs] Look, I-I-I don't really think of myself as on the celebrity radar anymore.

Stephanie: That's not true. He's very well known all over the world. But, believe me, being a celebrity isn't all that it's cracked up to be.

Melanie: How would you know that?

Max: Actually, Steph used to race with me, too.

Melanie: Well, that's funny 'cause you don't look familiar at all.

[Cellphone ringing]

Max: Oh. It's Ma. I better take this. Um, you -- don't go anywhere, okay? I really want to talk to you some more.

Melanie: Well, he seems like a nice enough guy.

Stephanie: He's a lot more than nice. He's um -- he's a genius. He's gorgeous, and he has a gigantic, giving heart. He's not perfect, though.

Melanie: Oh?

Stephanie: Sometimes he's way off when it comes to judging people.

Melanie: Well, maybe he shouldn't judge people at all -- at least, that's what they used to tell me in Sunday school.

Stephanie: You know what? I ran into someone that you know.

Melanie: Who would that be?

Stephanie: George.

Melanie: Which George?

Stephanie: Uh, rich, cute. "You maxed out his credit card and dumped him" George.

Melanie: George the imbecile.

Stephanie: Oh, I thought he was really, really sweet. He had a lot of interesting things to say about you, though.

Melanie: I'll bet he did.

Stephanie: Yeah, Max heard about him, too.

Melanie: How? [Cellphone ringing] What?

Trent: Melanie, it's your dad.

Melanie: Daddy! Oh, I'm so happy to hear your voice. I was just thinking about you.

Trent: Well, instead of thinking about me, why haven't you answered my calls?

Melanie: Oh, I'm sorry, Dad. I've just been so busy, what with summer school, finals, and everything. I'm just working really hard to make sure you're proud of me.

Trent: Oh, honey, I'm always proud of you.

Melanie: Well, I'm glad. Listen, though, Dad. You know how I hate to ask.

Trent: How much?

Melanie: I'm sorry. I couldn't help it. This nun was collecting for her mission in Africa. The people there have nothing, Dad. Once she was done talking, I was so moved, I gave her all of my allowance.

Trent: All of it?! That was supposed to last you for the whole summer.

Melanie: I know. I'm sorry. But if you would have heard her speak about the children...

Trent: [Sighs] Honey. All right, I'll see what I can do. You want me to just wire it to your account?

Melanie: Yes, please. Oh, Dad, you're an angel. But listen up, Pop. I got to get going because my study partner just got here, and we got to go study. But I love you very much, and I will talk to you later. Au revoir.

Trent: Hey, hey, hey, hey. Hey, wait a minute. I'm sure your study partner will let you have a minute or two to catch up with your dad.

Melanie: What did you want to talk about?

Trent: Well, I-I-I miss you, sweetheart, and I never get any details about your life over there. I mean, you know, have you met any new or interesting people lately?

Melanie: New and interesting people, Daddy? No. Like who?

Philip: Ah, thank you, Henderson. Hey, could you bring me the phone?

Morgan: Do I look like Henderson to you?

Philip: No. Thank God. He could never pull off that outfit.

Morgan: Is that a compliment? I hope so, because if I were you, I would be very nice to me.

Philip: And why is that?

Morgan: Well, because I relieved Henderson of his duties. I'm gonna be taking care of you whether you like it or not.

Philip: Oh, I like it. I like it very much.

Morgan: [Chuckles]

Marlena: [Gasps]

Stefano: You're not gonna get away with this, Marlena.

Marlena: Oh! Don't do that to me.

John: If you want to watch, fine. Just don't interfere.

Marlena: I will not let you kill him.

John: I doubt that you can stop me. But don't worry, Blondie. When I do kill him, it'll be quick and clean and won't be traced back to me. [Humming]

Trent: Hello, Nicole.

Nicole: Oh, great. It's you.

Trent: Nice to see you, too, darling.

Nicole: What are you doing here?

Trent: I'm on the faculty/student health care committee. We often meet here at the hospital.

Nicole: They shouldn't let you around students, especially the females.

Trent: Your opinions don't interest me, Nicole. All I want to hear from you is whether or not you have managed to find out why Max Brady is in France.

Nicole: Have a little patience.

Trent: That is one thing I have run out of. I need to track him down before --

Nicole: Before what?

Trent: Never mind.

Nicole: Look, when I find out something, you'll find out something.

Trent: Keep a civil tongue in your mouth.

Nicole: Or what?

Trent: Or I will take a walk down the hall and have a little conversation with Victor Kiriakis.

Nicole: [Scoffs] Why would you do that?

Trent: You don't think that your former husband would be interested in meeting your current, legal husband?

Nicole: Oh, my God. How long have you known about me and Victor?

Trent: Since the beginning.

Nicole: And you were just waiting to drop the bomb.

Trent: Mm-hmm. Until I had to. Now, I think that Mr. Kiriakis would be quite angry to find out that you have defrauded him out of a hefty divorce settlement and alimony when you had never even been legally married to him.

Nicole: You bastard.

Trent: It's up to you, Nicky. All you have to do is follow my instructions.

Max: Thanks for not telling Trent that I'm here.

Melanie: No big.

Max: Well, it is to me.

Melanie: Well, siblings have to stick together, right? Besides, what my Father doesn't know won't hurt him.

Max: Right. Must be kind of hard with your father living so far away.

Melanie: Are you kidding? He misses me so much I've got him eating out of the palm of my hand.

Max: And that's a good thing?

Melanie: Yeah.

Max: You seem pretty good at lying to him.

Melanie: Lying -- hey, you don't know me at all.

Max: I know. Okay, that's why I'm here -- to get to know you better.

Melanie: All right. And I'm excited. But if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go fix my makeup.

Max: Okay. [Chuckles]

Stephanie: She really is a piece of work.

Max: Yeah, well, she's just a kid.

Stephanie: I'm sorry. I know she's your sister, but, unfortunately, everything I found out about her so far is negative.

Max: Well, in some ways she's sweet.

Stephanie: Yeah, to you. When you were on the phone, I told her about that student George. She couldn't care less that she destroyed him.

Max: Well, he probably did something to upset her.

Stephanie: Yeah, he ran out of money. You should have heard her on the phone with your dad. She played him like a violin. She gave him this stupid sob story so that he would give her more money.

Max: Well, good. Any way she can hurt that man is fine with me. More power to her.

Stephanie: Look, I'm not trying to tear her down, but just because she's your sister is no reason to put up blinders.

Max: I'm not.

Stephanie: You wait. When she found out you were a celebrity, I could almost see the dollar signs in her eyes. Just wait till she hits you up for money.

Max: Well...

Stephanie: She already has?

Max: There was a situation where money would make things a little easier. That's all.

Stephanie: I'll bet.

Max: I don't expect her to be a saint.

Stephanie: Good, because she isn't one.

Max: Steph, enough already. Okay? Cut it out.

Stephanie: I just don't want to see you disappointed or used or hurt.

Max: I get it, okay? I just need you to cut her some slack for now, at least until I know the real story.

Stephanie: I'll try.

Melanie: Oh, hell.

Philip: That feels really good.

Morgan: Well, I don't want my patient getting sun burned.

Philip: Well, now that my shoulders are done, you have my permission to move on to other areas.

Morgan: Oh. Such as?

Philip: Use your imagination.

Morgan: Why, Mr. Kiriakis, I do believe that you are in need of some more ice water. Oh, no, no. Hold on. Not so fast.

Nicole: You can't tell anyone we're still married, especially not Victor.

Trent: You don't say "can't" to me. Do you understand that?

E.J.: Hey. Hope I'm not interrupting anything.

Nicole: No. No, actually, Dr. Robbins and I were just chit chatting about old times.

E.J.: Great. I was just gonna ask if I could have a quick chat with my client, if you don't mind, doctor.

Trent: If you must.

E.J.: Thank you. Hi. So, listen, I got that information that you were looking for.

Nicole: Really?

E.J.: Yeah. It wasn't, actually, too difficult to get ahold of. Stephanie sent me a text message this morning. I guess her and Max are in France hanging out with some old racing buddies.

Nicole: Oh. You're a lifesaver. Thank you so much, E.J. How do I repay you? I -- that's so great.

E.J.: It's pretty simple. When you get the bill in the mail, you write a check and send it to me.

Nicole: I will do that.

E.J.: Okay.

Nicole: Thank you.

E.J.: You're welcome. It's lovely to see you again. Listen, I'm just gonna go and grab a coffee. If you need anything at all, I'm right over here, okay?

Nicole: Okay. Well, I'm sure you overheard that entire conversation. Are you satisfied?

Trent: For the moment.

Nicole: Good. Go away. [Sighs]

Marlena: I don't condone murder.

John: You should have finished him off before. But it's like they say. If at first you don't succeed, right?

Marlena: A part of me regrets what I did every single day. I'm a doctor. And I was using my skills to hurt another human being.

John: Oh, don't be so hard on yourself. All you did was mete out simple justice.

Marlena: It wasn't justice. It was desperation. He had a single-minded ambition to destroy my family. I had to do it.

John: For the record, I am grateful for what you did to him, for my sake.

Marlena: Somebody had to take care of you. I guess Ava's doing that now.

John: Not exactly. Things have changed.

Marlena: They have?

John: If you don't want to involve yourself with Stefano, that's fine. But I don't have any problem eliminating situations when they arise.

Marlena: What are you thinking to do?

John: You don't need to know the details.

Guy: Mademoiselle, mademoiselle. Arrtez.

Melanie: Get your hands off me, you stupid pig.

Guy: You're under arrest.

Melanie: Leave me alone. Max! Do something! Tell them to get their hands off me! Get your hands off me. You don't know what you're doing. [Speaking French]

Melanie: What does that even mean? I can't speak French.

Stephanie: Oh -- I'll pay the bill.

Morgan: Philip, no.

Philip: What's the problem.

Morgan: You have a fresh gunshot wound. Too much activity, and you're gonna pull your stitches.

Philip: I think it might be worth it.

Morgan: Well, no. It's a good thing I ran into Dr. Johnson today. She told me all about the medications you're taking and how to change your bandage to make sure you don't over exert yourself.

Philip: [Groans] So, when you said you were gonna take care of me, you...

Morgan: Meant that I was gonna make sure you didn't do anything to jeopardize your recovery.

Philip: Oh. I'm very good at taking orders.

Morgan: Good. Do what I say, and we'll get along just fine. No.

Marlena: It's Marlena. I'm not sure how that stroke affected you, but I'm guessing you can still hear me. Do you remember what I did to you in your jail cell? I want you to know something. I would do it again in a heartbeat. [Monitor beeping rapidly] [Door opens]

Kayla: What's happening in here? His blood pressure is going through the roof.

Marlena: I don't know. I was just standing here.

Tony: Don't tell me he's waking up.

Stefano: [Thinking] Prepare yourselves. I will have my revenge.

Chelsea: You just need to relax, decompress a little bit. Everything is gonna go perfectly. Hope is gonna love this.

John: The time is near when you will have to make a choice.

Bo: Thing is, someone else knows I tampered with evidence.

Steve: Who?

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