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Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 8/28/08 - Canada; Friday 8/29/08 - U.S.A.

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Lexie: Now, Theo, Chelsea won't be there this morning. She has the morning off, but your teacher will be there like always. You like Mark, don't you? Of course you do. And he likes you, too. And you're gonna be good for him, aren't you? I know you will. Okay, come on, sweetheart. We don't want to be late. Okay, come on. Theo, come -- honey, honey, honey, he has those toys you like playing with.

John: Dr. Carver, what the hell is going on around here?

Lexie: Would you watch your language, John?

John: Sorry, kid. Your patient Blondie is missing.

Lexie: "Missing"?

John: Missing, as in not in her room, as in disappeared.

Lexie: Well, maybe they've taken her for tests.

John: They've taken her for no tests. I talked to the nurse. She was just as surprised and concerned as I was.

Lexie: Okay, okay, calm down, John. We'll find her.

John: Have you forgotten there is a psychopath on the loose that's after her?

Lexie: Could you keep your voice down? You are scaring my son.

John: Oh, I'm scared, too, if this is the way you run a hospital. You've lost a patient, Dr. Carver. Go find her!

Marlena: Hello, Cynthia. How are you?

Cynthia: Dr. Evans, what are you doing here?

Marlena: Well, I work here at the hospital, and this is my office.

Cynthia: I know, but I heard about your getting attacked and then trapped in the lock down. That must have been horrible.

Marlena: Yeah. Yeah, that was pretty bad.

Cynthia: Anyway, they said you'd be in the hospital for at least another day or so.

Marlena: No, no. Well, I got out because I'm just fine. And, um, well, I thought I'd just come by and get some work done.

Cynthia: But I canceled all your appointments.

Marlena: All righty, well, then, I'll, um -- oh, do paperwork.

Cynthia: Are you sure you're up for this? You know, maybe you should go home and rest.

Marlena: No, I can't go home.

Cynthia: You can't?

Marlena: Don't underestimate me. I will stab you. [Screaming] No! Help! Aah! Aah!

Marlena: What I meant was I can't go home because there's no need. And I have gotten plenty of rest and would rather be here working.

Cynthia: We're glad to have you back. And Dora will be, too.

Marlena: Dora? Who's Dora?

Cynthia: A new patient. She's waiting in your office.

Marlena: I thought you canceled all my patients.

Cynthia: She's a walk-in. She actually broke down in tears when I told her you weren't here.

Marlena: She was that upset?

Cynthia: She was going on about how no one's ever there for her and she shouldn't be surprised.

Marlena: But I don't even know her.

Cynthia: I told her she could use your office to pull herself together. I hope that's okay.

Marlena: Of course it is. That goes away. I will be glad to se-- see her.

Cynthia: Dr. Evans, are you sure you're all right?

Kate: I couldn't sleep at all last night. I just kept thinking about this meeting with Chelsea.

Daniel: I wish we had done it last night.

Kate: I keep telling myself that maybe it's a good sign that she wanted to think about it.

Daniel: Yeah, maybe it is. Otherwise, she would have told us to go to hell right then and there.

Kate: Still, her finding out is the last thing I wanted.

Daniel: Look, maybe it's better this way. I feel like a dog keeping it from her, and she deserved to know the truth.

Kate: No, not this truth. There was no point in it, Daniel.

Daniel: Well, she does know. And now we have a chance to make things right, to make her understand.

Kate: But will she? That's the question.

Chelsea: Well, I guess that's really up to the two of you.

E.J.: I will. Mm-hmm. Well, she's beside herself, obviously, about this whole custody thing coming up. I mean, Lucas seems even more determined to take Allie away from her, what, with Stefano being alive and at large. [Bang]

Anna: Oh. Tony, are you coming? I could use some help here.

E.J.: Mickey, look, I'll, uh -- I got to go. I'll get her to call you, okay? Anna, what's going on?

Tony: What do you think is going on? We're moving in.

E.J.: So, what is the meaning of this, Tony? You're just moving in?

Tony: Well, I have as much right to be here as you do.

Anna: As far as I know, neither of you have any right. Stefano disinherited you. I tried to tell him this was a mistake.

Tony: Anna, please.

E.J.: Well, no, she's right. I mean, I'm only here through John's good grace.

Tony: And how ridiculous is that? That we just sat back and allowed this con artist to call the shots, a man who knows nothing about our family. He's just an added blemish to the name. And with him running things, how do you expect any of us, including your son, to ever become respected citizens of this community?

E.J.: Tony, it's not like we had a lot of choice, you know? I mean, Anna was right. John is next in line to inherit everything. We were cut out of the will.

Tony: Yes, but Father's out of his coma now. And that will and John's subsequent claim to the DiMera holdings are no longer valid. Time to reclaim what's ours.

Anna: Don't you think Stefano might want to reclaim what's his?

Tony: I don't think we need to worry about that, him being on the lam and all. Only a subsequent action since he awakened. I think he has more to worry about than who is now residing in his mansion.

E.J.: Look, I completely agree. John's done nothing but make a mess of things, but I told you I would take care of this.

Tony: And how do you plan to do that again?

E.J.: By getting him to come closer to me. Right now, the only person that he thinks is any kind of threat is father. He thinks I'm on his side.

Tony: Hmm, to what end?

E.J.: So that we can get the goods on him, Tony. So that we can get something to hold over his head so we can push him out. We all know there's plenty.

Tony: Hmm. Well, John's no fool. He's certainly not gonna be taken into your confidence any time soon.

E.J.: All right. What do you suggest?

Tony: Take a more assertive approach. Why hide what we're after? Stand up and claim what's rightfully ours. Hence our moving in -- step one.

Anna: I'm telling you, you should both just drop this. John Black is not one to be underestimated.

Tony: Perhaps. But I think he's gonna see that the same is true of us -- something he should have seen from the beginning.

Kate: You said you wanted to talk. Daniel and I are here, so I think we should do that.

Daniel: And we want to do that.

Chelsea: [Sighs] Honestly, I-I don't even really know where to start.

Kate: Okay. Then I'll start. I want you to know how deeply sorry I am about everything that happened. And it's killing me that I hurt you.

Daniel: But you know it was never Kate's intention or mine to hurt you.

Chelsea: I know that. I'm just trying to understand... we weren't together when it happened.

Kate: I never would have let it.

Daniel: I want you to believe us.

Chelsea: I do believe you. The problem is...how do I get past the fact that my boyfriend slept with my grandmother?

Lexie: Sorry to have kept you waiting, John. I didn't want Theo to be late for his appointment.

John: Oh, I'm not going anywhere without answers.

Lexie: I called security. A search for Marlena is under way.

John: Well, that's a start, isn't it?

Lexie: Yeah, well, they checked her room. Her clothes are gone, so she may have already left the hospital.

John: Just like that. Just walked out and no one saw her -- no doctors, no nurses, no orderlies.

Lexie: John, we can't watch every patient 24/7. It's not like she was in intensive care.

John: Unbelievable. Well, just know this, doctor. Because of you and your ill-trained staff, it's anybody's guess what could happen to her now.

Lexie: Okay, John, I understand that you're upset, but I am not going to take any more of your abuse. I have done nothing wrong. Neither has my staff.

John: Well, excuse my social skills, but I'm concerned not just because she isn't fully recovered, but because now she's in serious danger.

Lexie: From Stefano.

John: He's after her. And we already know what great lengths he will go to destroy her, don't we?

Dora: I'm so glad you're here, Dr. Evans. They told me you're the best. Just for the record, I'm not crazy.

Marlena: Of course you're not.

Dora: I'm scared. My life is out of control, and I don't know how much more I can take.

Marlena: Dora...just tell me what's going on.

Dora: Everything's going wrong -- my marriage, my job, my kids. My husband barely pays attention to me anymore. He's always at work or on that damn boat of his. My boss is horrible. He's always putting pressure on me. I can't please him no matter how hard I try.

Marlena: You said something about your children.

Dora: Well, now that they're teenagers, all they do is talk back. They don't show any respect for me at all. That is, when they're around. Everyone's deserting me. I'm scared. I'm scared I'm gonna end up alone. And sometimes I feel so bad, I...I almost feel paralyzed.

Marlena: Paralyzed.

Dora: It's gotten so bad, I have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning. I-I'm afraid to face each new day. And no matter what that day is gonna bring, I...I feel powerless to stop it.

Marlena: Dora, this really is your problem. You've got to take charge of your life, take responsibility. Because you're not paralyzed. But you will be if you don't stop living in fear.

Anna: Tony, you have no business taking on the likes of John. He's practically a mobster like his brother.

Tony: You got to trust me on this. I am not backing down this time.

Anna: But you are not cut out for this kind of thing. Why do you think you were disinherited?

Tony: Because I didn't stand up and fight for what was mine.

Anna: Blood money?

Tony: I'm talking about family legacy, one that my Father has tarnished almost beyond repair.

Anna: Darling...can't we just take our things and go home to our own home? We were so happy there.

Tony: I'm not backing down on this. I intend to restore the DiMera name back to its former glory even if it kills me.

Anna: Well, it just might.

Tony: Darling, come on. Everything's gonna be all right. I don't want you to worry. Why don't you just be a love? Find the housekeeper and ask her to unpack our things.

Anna: Well, I still don't like this. I don't like it one bit.

E.J.: [Clears throat] Maybe you should listen to your wife. You're making a big mistake.

Tony: I don't think so. You got to trust me on this.

E.J.: No, you need to trust me on this, okay? I've been making some major inroads with John. I do not need you interfering.

Tony: Why, did he take you in his confidence?

E.J.: Not yet, but that is only a matter of time.

Tony: Oh, that's good. Stay the course. Maybe we'll get lucky. Just make sure you don't lose perspective of what our intention is.

E.J.: Tony, we both want the same thing -- to restore our family's name and reputation, to see the DiMera Empire run the way that it should be for my son, if for no other reason.

Tony: Mm, that's good. Just follow my lead.

E.J.: What, turn your hand to John? You know he's not gonna like you crossing him.

Tony: Oh, I don't think we've got anything to worry about with John, what, with all that's hanging over his head. Well, he's got the Hollingsworth thing and, of course, the shipping-war fiasco. No, I think it's time -- perfect timing, actually -- to make our move.

E.J.: Tony, you're forgetting about one rather large impediment. Father.

Tony: Stefano's not going to be a problem.

E.J.: How do you know that, Tony? Have you spoken to him since he disappeared?

Tony: No. Have you?

E.J.: No. But I think we both know he's not gone from our lives forever. I mean, this is Father, you know. He's laying low. He's watching. He's waiting. He's biding his time until it's safe for him to return.

Tony: Which won't be for a long time, if ever. So, you see, he can't possibly be a threat or even an impediment to our cause. [Doorbell rings] Are you expecting someone?

E.J.: No.

Anna: May I help you?

Delivery Guy: I have a delivery. Sign here.

Anna: Okay, what is it?

Delivery Guy: I just deliver them, lady. I don't open them. I'll start unloading.

Anna: Thank you... I think.

E.J.: What is it?

Anna: I'm not sure. It looks like john placed a big order of some kind.

E.J.: This isn't for John.

Tony: So, who was it?

E.J.: Why don't you have a look? You were saying, Tony?

Lexie: Okay, thanks.

John: So, you said your husband will have his men out looking for her. Yet you haven't heard from hospital security, have you?

Lexie: No, but that doesn't mean she's not still here. Marlena works here. She could be almost anywhere.

John: So Stefano could have made his move already.

Lexie: Okay, let's not think about Stefano right now, John. He knows there is a statewide manhunt on for him. I am sure he is as far away from here as he can get.

John: Yes, but from what I understand, the old man isn't one to run away.

Lexie: Well, this time he has no choice. He knows if he's caught, he'll go to jail, most likely for a very long time.

John: Where the hell is she? I tried her townhouse, her cellphone. No one's picking up.

Lexie: Maybe she got bored and went for a walk. And she'll be back as soon as she gets tired or when security finds her.

John: Yeah, well, I can't wait for that. I'll find her myself.

Marlena: Dora, um...I can't fix this for you. Nobody can. You have to fix this yourself.

Dora: But how?

Marlena: Well, I told you. By taking control of your life, taking responsibility for it, stop living in fear, letting that control everything around you. And I hear that you're blaming people for your own unhappiness. And the real truth about that is you're responsible for your own happiness, your own destiny. And if you don't like what's going on in your life, then you got to take steps to change that. Now, that can be very scary. Change can be very scary. But if you're determined... look at me. You can look inside yourself and you can find strength you never knew was there. I promise.

Cynthia: I told you, you can't go in there! Stop!

John: What are you doing?

Cynthia: I'm sorry, Dr. Evans. I told him you were in session, but he pushed right past me.

Marlena: That's all right. He doesn't know how to listen.

John: Well, apparently, I'm not the only one. You're supposed to be in bed. Doctor's orders.

Dora: Who is this man?

Marlena: You need to leave here right now. I'm with a patient.

John: Oh, I'm not going anywhere. Not until you get back to your room.

Dora: That's all right. I really needed to go anyway.

Marlena: Dora, Dora.

Dora: Thank you. Thank you, Dr. Evans, for all of your help.

Marlena: How dare you barge in like that. You have no right.

Cynthia: Should I call security?

Marlena: No. I can handle him myself.

John: I have looked everywhere for you. What were you thinking just disappearing from your room like that?

Marlena: I didn't need to be there anymore.

John: Well, not according to your doctor.

Marlena: I felt fine. I was tired of lying around. I wanted to get on with living my life.

John: Yeah, so you said. But that doesn't mean you're ready to come back to work. And you sure as hell shouldn't be anywhere without me. And if not me, a bodyguard. You do know how dangerous it is with Stefano at large, right?

Marlena: Yes, I do.

John: Okay.

Marlena: I'm terrified... for all of us. But I've made a decision -- that I can't live my life in fear because if I do that, Stefano will win.

John: Oh, he will never win. And what's more, if you come home with me, I can make sure that he will never get near you.

Marlena: I can take care of myself. I don't need you to take care of me. In fact, I -- I'm not even sure that I need you in my life.

Kate: Chelsea...we never meant for this to happen. It's not something we planned.

Chelsea: Yeah, I know. You guys just ended up in bed together.

Daniel: It's not quite that simple.

Chelsea: Let me ask you a question, Daniel. When you took yourself off my case and refused to be my doctor anymore, was that because you were hooking up with my grandma?

Daniel: No. No.

Kate: No, that was not the reason.

Daniel: No, I started having feelings for you. It's exactly as I told you, and I had, had a bad experience -- a very bad experience -- becoming emotionally involved with a patient.

Chelsea: Your wife who died.

Daniel: Yes, and considering how that turned out, I thought it was best that I just take myself off your case.

Kate: Daniel blamed himself for what happened to you after the transplant.

Daniel: And that's what I mean -- right there -- about being emotionally involved. I had just lost objectivity.

Kate: What happened is that I ran into him here at the pub one night and, um -- after he had taken himself off your case, and he was pretty much a mess. He had had one drink too many.

Chelsea: So that's when you decided to hit on him.

Kate: No, I didn't hit on him. But I did get him out of here. And we ended up talking a lot and sharing a lot. I think we were both in a very bad place, and we were worried about you, and we were worried about what had happened and we -- we turned to each other.

Chelsea: And that was the first time?

Daniel: Look, look, we could sit here and give you tons of excuses like how we were in pain and we were looking to escape, which wouldn't be far from the truth. We were vulnerable, and we weren't thinking straight. But the bottom line is it is something that just happened and we didn't think for one second that we would be hurting anyone, least of all you.

Chelsea: Daniel, you had just told me how you felt about me. And I knew you felt that way. She knew that you felt that way. She also knew how I felt about you.

Daniel: But there was nothing romantic going on between us at the time. And I had already decided that I was not gonna get involved with you. There was no way.

Kate: And, yes, yes, I knew that you had a crush on Daniel. But I believed that you were still in love with Nick. But maybe I just wanted to believe that because I felt that if you got involved with Daniel, you'd get hurt. No offense.

Daniel: I was afraid of the same thing.

Chelsea: Well, what do you know? You were both right.

Anna: Well, what the heck is all this stuff?

E.J.: Bottles of Strega on top of cases of cigars -- Father's favorite.

Tony: Hmm.

Anna: Dear God.

Tony: Well, we have his favorite champagne, and we have a collection of his favorite opera and also a DVD collection of "The Sopranos" -- his favorite television show.

Anna: What does it mean?

Tony: Actually, I think it's Father's idea of a joke. I think he's trying to unnerve us.

Anna: Well, he's succeeding very well, I might add.

E.J.: Hey, come on. Calm down. I don't think it's a joke at all. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if Father was on his way here.

Tony: Well, that would be preposterous. He wouldn't dare show his face knowing the police are watching here.

E.J.: I don't know. I sincerely doubt that he sent all of this stuff just to have a laugh at us.

Anna: I think E.J.'s right. He would never waste good cigars.

Tony: Well, I don't think he would be foolish enough to come here. But in case he does...we should be ready.

E.J.: Meaning what?

Anna: Oh, I don't think I want to know. Will you excuse me, please?

E.J.: Tony, go after your wife.

Tony: [Chuckles] I will. But first, you and I have to get a few things straight.

John: Why are you acting like this?

Marlena: Like what?

John: Well, for months, all you wanted was for me to be in your life, and now you're pushing me a-- away. Ah, I got it. This is some kind of a test, isn't it?

Marlena: I'm not playing a game with you, no.

John: Well, then, what changed?

Marlena: I almost died. That's what changed things. I was terrified. You have no idea how frightened I was.

John: Oh, sure I do.

Marlena: No, you don't. No, you don't. No. I thought I would never see my children again, that I would never be able to say goodbye to anybody in my family again. And as I lay there in that bed, helpless and slipping away... I realized something. I had wasted months of my life and I had just stopped living.

John: Oh, that's ridiculous.

Marlena: No, it's not ridiculous. I was living in the past. I had no future. And now I do. And I want to live in my future.

John: And I-I don't get to be a part of that now?

Marlena: John, ever since I realized you were alive, I've done one thing -- I focused on you -- helping you get better, helping you grow stronger, helping you remember our life together. I can't do that anymore. It has to be about me now. I have to have my own life as a single person. To do that, I have to make a clean break.

John: Huh. I didn't realize you were so selfish.

Marlena: I beg your pardon.

John: Well, you're not exactly the only one who was... affected by this.

Marlena: Oh, I forgot how worried you were.

John: Oh, I was worried. I was more than worried. I was going out of...whatever mind I have left. You were dying, and I didn't want to lose you, and I still don't.

Marlena: I understand, but it's too late now.

John: But I finally realized how important you are to me.

Marlena: Are you saying that you love me?

John: No. I-I mean, I don't know. I-I don't know. I just -- I just remember feeling this really tight grip around my throat when you were fighting for your life, and I knew that if I never saw you again, well, I wouldn't like that.

Marlena: Oh. John.

John: I don't remember any of the other years, but I remember everything that happened since you found me in Stefano's lab. And I remember you trying to teach me about tenderness and love, and...I remember exactly how it felt when we made love at that plane-crash site. Do you ever think about that?

Marlena: Oh, I do.

John: So do I. All the time. In fact, that's all I was thinking about when you were lying in that hospital bed and I thought, "wow, I might never feel that with her again." Or -- or hear your voice or see your smile. And...I just kind of short-circuited.

Marlena: I did, too. I just felt so lost, and I felt so alone, and I felt so alone ever since.

John: I know. But just know that you're not now. I'm here.

Marlena: [Chuckles] You are. [Laughs]

Chelsea: I know you never meant to hurt me and that it was just one of those things.

Kate: It's the truth, Chelsea.

Chelsea: Okay. Well, the thing that I'm still having trouble understanding is, uh, if you really didn't think you were doing anything wrong and weren't hurting anybody, then why not just tell me when it was going on?

Daniel: Well, I think that would have been a little awkward, especially since neither one of us had any illusions about it being anything more than -- than -- than what it was.

Chelsea: And what was it? A fling? A cheap little affair?

Kate: No. No, it was neither. Because we both realized that it couldn't continue or shouldn't continue for a number of reasons.

Daniel: Yeah, and we decided mutually to just -- that was it. End it.

Kate: Long before you and Daniel started dating. [Cellphone ringing] I'm sorry, but I have to take this.

Daniel: Chelsea, I don't know what more to say except that it's done. It's over, and there is no reason why we can't put this behind us and just move on. I don't want to lose you. I can't.

Tony: Darling, are you all right? Oh, why are you crying?

Anna: Why do you think, Tony? Tony, if Stefano really is coming back --

Tony: But we don't know that.

Anna: Oh, please. He's already setting up house. That invoice for his goods have the mark of the Phoenix. Now, what more do you need?

Tony: I'm telling you, my Father's not just gonna waltz in here and resume his former position as head of the manor. He's got to stay underground and far away if he wants to stay out of prison.

Anna: I still don't think he's gonna appreciate you taking his place. And we all know that Stefano's anger is extremely far-reaching. Oh, and then there's John.

Tony: Well, and I'm tired of him making a fool of the lot of us. The fact that his takeover has gone unchallenged for such a long time is an embarrassment.

Anna: Tony...who cares if he takes over? You want no part of the DiMera Empire and all that goes with it. Look, you have money of your own. The ad agency is doing very well.

Tony: I told you, this is not about money. This is about standing up for what's right, turning this family around and not just or me or us, but for the whole family as well -- for Alexandra, for little Johnny, for Theo. And getting that ruthless, arrogant android out of this place -- this place that should be ours.

Anna: Oh, and E.J.'s home, too. Let's not forget about him.

Tony: Oh, I haven't forgotten about him. But one thing at a time, darling. One thing at a time.

John: Oh, that felt sensational! I knew that I could win you back.

Marlena: Is that what this was? Was this like a challenge for you?

John: Absolutely. No, that's not what I meant. Oh, come on. Don't be so sensitive. [Cellphone rings] No, no, no, no. What?

E.J.: John, it's E.J. I think you better come home, mate. Got a bit of a situation here.

John: Well, I've got a little situation here, so I trust that you will take care of it. Where you going?

Marlena: I'm, uh -- I'm leaving now.

John: Oh, not without me. You need someone to protect you, Blondie. You don't like that other guy you used to be in love with.

Marlena: You are not the man that I was in love with.

John: Oh, I know that. But, still, you need to be protected, so you are coming home with me and I'm not taking no for an answer.

Daniel: I think you know how I feel about you.

Chelsea: I thought I did. But then you never really came out and told me. And I guess that makes sense from the type of guy that you are.

Daniel: What does that mean?

Chelsea: You're a player, just like everybody warned me. And not even a girl's grandmother's safe around you.

Daniel: No, that's not really fair.

Chelsea: I don't think I can. I don't think I can forgive you or my grandma.

Anna: Tony... you're scaring me.

Tony: I'm sorry, darling. I don't mean to sound diabolical. I just want what's best for the family, best for us.

Anna: And this is what's best -- moving into this house of horrors?

Tony: It's not gonna be for long. Major housecleaning is in order. And John being the first to go.

Marlena: John, about what happened --

John: We made love. It was what it was. Don't dissect it.

Marlena: I think it was a mistake.

John: Oh, I don't see it that way. Now, I may not remember what we had, but I think we proved that we can have something, well, just as good if not better.

Marlena: Oh. The only reason that I agreed to leave the hospital and come here was because Lexie wouldn't let me go under my own care. That is the only reason --

John: She wouldn't release you because she knows you're not well enough to be on your own. And she knows, as well as you do, that it's not safe, so you're stuck with me.

Marlena: One night. Just one night.

John: Whatever you say. So, let's get you off your feet before you have a relapse. I'll get you inside, I'll get you all settled in, and then [Chuckles]

Marlena: What in the world is all this?

John: That's what I'd like to know.

Daniel: I want you to think about this very carefully, especially everything Kate and I told you about what happened.

Kate: Because it's the truth, Chelsea.

Daniel: Yeah.

Kate: Every word of it.

Chelsea: I want to get over it. I really do. There's nothing that I'd like more in the world. The thing that I can't get over is that you both knew how I felt about him. You knew and you did it anyway. I have to go.

Lexie: Thanks. Chelsea. Hey, are you okay?

Chelsea: No, not really.

Lexie: Did you talk to Daniel? Give him a chance to explain?

Chelsea: I tried. Look, I really -- I really want to get past this, but...

Lexie: It's just going to take some time.

Chelsea: No, Lexie. Um, Daniel and I are over. We're finished.

John: Champagne. Cigars. Strega.

Marlena: Stefano. I recall that he liked to sip that after a meal.

John: No, it can't be. Man wouldn't dare.

E.J.: I told you we had trouble. Tony's moved in. Stefano's probably not far behind. Well, I told you, John. He wants to reclaim his empire.

John: Over my dead body.

Anna: John is here. He's gonna flip when he finds out we moved in.

Tony: Fine. There's not a damn thing he can do about it.

Anna: And Stefano?

Tony: I told you, I don't think there's anything to worry about. I think he's merely just playing games with us.

Anna: You really think so?

Tony: Of course, darling. I told you, I think he's far away in another country, probably Italy, where he'll finally get a feeling and a taste of what it's like to live in permanent exile. [Telephone rings] Oh, excuse me. Yes, DiMera residence.

Stefano: Antony, is that you?

Tony: Well, hello, Father. Where are you?

Stefano: Never mind that now. Just have my room ready. I'm coming home.

Chelsea: Good job, Theo. You did it.

Theo: Ouch.

Chelsea: Yeah. It's a big ouch. Oh, come here.

Steve: So, we got them combing through ever scrap of garbage in the city to try to get a lead on Hollingsworth.

Stephanie: You don't want to leave.

Max: That's right.

Stephanie: Okay, so then you're just gonna stay here in France and do what? Let your sister con you some more?

Bo: I wanted to talk to you about Hollingsworth. What the hell happened to him?

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