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Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 9/8/08 - Canada; Tuesday 9/9/08 - U.S.A.

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Steve: Hey, he gained a whole pound! Yeah, all the preemie doctors were very pleased.

Kayla: [Chuckles] We are so lucky. He looks healthier every day.

Steve: Yeah, so, we're at the pub, celebrating with some of grandma's pound cake. You get it? Pound cake?

Kayla: [Laughs] Tell me you are not feeding that baby pound cake.

Steve: No. Come on, I wouldn't do that. I had to eat enough for both of us, though. He sure was interested. He watched me scarf down every bite.

Kayla: Oh, great. Oh, great. So, I'm gonna have a chubby baby and a chubby husband. Listen, all kidding aside, I want to thank you.

Steve: What are you thanking me for now, baby?

Kayla: For starting this new P.I. firm and letting me cut back on my hours at the hospital. You know, it's so important that I get to spend time with Joe.

Steve: Well, you know I'd do anything for you and our family. You know that, don't you? Hey, speaking of family, where is Stephanie?

Kayla: Well, she's not exactly on a timetable.

Steve: Well, no, but when I told her Trent Robbins was trying to track her and Max down, she said she'd come home.

Kayla: Well, he's still here in Salem, isn't he?

Steve: Well, yeah, but --

Kayla: You know, Steve, I think Trent is just worried that Max is looking for his sister. This really has nothing to do with Stephanie, you know? He may find out what they're up to. He's gonna be angry, but he's gonna realize he can't stop them.

Steve: Well, I still don't like it.

Kayla: Well, you know how much Stephanie loves it when you treat her like a little girl. Look, if she said she's coming home, then she will.

Steve: You're not putting my mind at ease.

Kayla: Well, the only thing that's gonna put your mind at ease is if she walks through the door.

Steve: You're right. Well, I'm gonna give her another call, see if I can raise her, see what's going on.

Kayla: You do that. And, uh, listen. I got to go. My patient just showed up. So, I love you.

Steve: I love you, too, sweetness.

Kayla: So, what seems to be the problem?

Kate: Well, I'm sure it's nothing. [Coughs]

Kayla: Here, here, here. Come with me. Let's take a look, okay?

Kate: Thanks.

Lucas: Here it is. Look, Allie. It's the Horton cabin. You made it. You know, I hope you learn to love this place as much as your daddy does. It's a very special place for all the Hortons. What? Okay, all right. All right. You're okay. You're okay. Hope you learn to love your daddy as much as you love your mommy because you know what? I got joint custody now. You know what that means? That means it's even steven. That's right. Even steven. I get to spend all the time with you I want. I'm gonna be a huge part of your life. Girl, you're lucky. Yeah, those are pretty. Oh, you're so lucky... 'cause you get to come up here right away. I had to wait till I was older. Some of your happiest memories, your earliest memories are gonna be of this place, so let's make them magical. Let's make some magic, okay? Just me and you. All right.

Chloe: [Groans]

Lucas: What? What is it?

Chloe: I guess I'm just a little seasick. I never should have let you talk me into this.

Lucas: No, you did great. You made it. Come on, the water was like glass.

Chloe: I have a sensitive stomach, all right? Oh, God.

Lucas: What? What? Don't "oh, God" on the couch. You're gonna get sick, go in the bathroom.

Chloe: No, no, I'll be fine. Someday.

Lucas: They got to have some stomach stuff in the bathroom. I'll get it for you. You just hold on to the baby real quick, and I will be right back.

Chloe: Wait.

Lucas: No, you're fine. You're fine.

Steve: Hey, Stephanie. Listen, it's your papa. Listen, baby girl. I'm not trying to play the heavy here, but you said you'd get back home. And when your plans change, you got to tell us. You know how your mom and I worry. You call me when you get this message, all right? I love you. [Joe fussing] Yeah, there's my big Joe. You waking up? Wait a minute. Hold on. Hey, Hope, it's Steve. Yeah, can you do me a favor? Can you pull any information you have on Trent Robbins?

Max: Damn it, Mel.

Stephanie: We looked everywhere. She must have skipped town.

Max: Great. Great. I finally meet my sister, and before I get a chance to know her, she's gone. What if I never see her again?

Stephanie: Max, calm down. Okay, look. She knows her way around. I'm sure she's fine.

Max: You don't know that.

Stephanie: Well, I do know that she's resourceful, to say the least. I'm not too worried.

Max: I almost talked her into coming back to the states with us.

Stephanie: Maybe you scared her off.

Max: What? You -- you think I freaked her out and that's why she ran? I care about her! That's all!

Stephanie: I know. Look... Melanie is just used to being on her own. She's independent and obviously wants to keep it that way.

Max: Maybe we should call the cops.

Stephanie: No. We've had enough of the cops. Plus, don't you have to be gone more than a few hours to be considered missing?

Max: Yeah. I'm really worried about her, Steph. [Cellphone rings] Nick.

Nick: Max, I found her.

Max: Is she okay?

Nick: I haven't talked to her yet. [Static]

Max: What? Where are you? [Static] Do-- Nick, I can't hear you. Wh-- Nick. Damn it, I lost him.

Stephanie: What did he say?

Max: He found Melanie.

Stephanie: Thank God.

Max: I don't know where they are, but at least he's with her, I guess. [Knock on door]

Chelsea: Bonsoir, Mon ami.

Stephanie: [Laughs]

Melanie: Ciao, Marie. Yeah, remember those Americans I was with when I ran into you? Yeah, will you let me know if you see them by the marina? Merci. Yeah, I'm staying at Michelle's parents' yacht for a couple of days. Her dad is, uh, pretty well connected, if you know what I mean. Seriously, some of the coolest parties I've ever been to. Yeah, I know, right? You can say that again. Okay. Ciao.

Melanie: [Cellphone rings] Daddy.

Trent: Hello, sweetheart. How are you?

Melanie: What do you want?

Trent: Um, I've got some bad news.

Melanie: You're in trouble again, aren't you?

Trent: Why do you always assume the worst?

Melanie: Because it's usually true. Tell me I'm wrong, Dad.

Trent: [Sighs]

Melanie: Yeah. What is it this time?

Trent: Things, uh, haven't gone the way I planned. I'm a little strapped for cash.

Melanie: How much?

Trent: That's not the point.

Melanie: When are you gonna stop gambling? Okay, you think after all the money you're already lost, you would have learned by now.

Trent: Hey, I don't need a lecture from you, of all people.

Melanie: Yeah, but you do need something, right?

Trent: Yes. I need a favor.

Melanie: Yeah, I got your message. What's your favor?

Trent: You remember my old friend Claude?

Melanie: Yeah.

Trent: Well, he was always very fond of you.

Melanie: So?

Trent: Well, Claude is attending the Marshons' party on their yacht. He says that, uh, if he has one drink with you, he'll forgive my debt entirely.

Melanie: And you believe him?

Trent: Well, he's given me no reason not to, unlike you.

Melanie: Yeah, you're one to talk -- my liar of a Father, who never even bothered to mention that I have a brother!

Trent: Don't act innocent with me. I know how you've been living your life. I've seen that website of yours. You look like a little slut. And don't try to deny it.

Melanie: So, you think that gives you the right to pimp me out.

Trent: Don't be ridiculous. I have tried, always, to protect you from your own worst impulses. But, no, you wanted your freedom. How many men has it been?

Melanie: That is none of your business, okay? You tell your friend to go to hell. Your daughter is not for sale! I got to get out of here. [Knock on door] Go away!

Nick: Melanie, it's me.

Melanie: Nick. Uh, how did you find me?

Nick: I have my ways.

Melanie: I'm impressed. Listen, you shouldn't be here.

Nick: Yeah, I kind of get the sense you shouldn't, either.

Melanie: It's just a party. It's pretty exclusive, though, so you should go.

Nick: I'm up for a party. I'll go with you, if that's okay.

Melanie: Um, no, not really.

Nick: Max is pretty worried about you. Why did you disappear like that?

Melanie: You need to stop asking questions and just go.

Nick: Not unless you come with me.

Melanie: I can't.

Nick: You want to tell me what's going on here?

Guy: She's repaying a debt, and you're in the way.

Melanie: Oh, my God! Nick!

Daniel: Hey.

Guy: We all set for 4:00? I can't wait to beat the pants off of you again.

Daniel: You're a funny guy. Oh, dude. You know what? I forgot to reserve the Racquetball court.

Guy: Uh-huh. Well, you better get on it 'cause bringing you down is the high point of my day.

Daniel: You really need to get out more. All right, if you don't hear from me, man, we're gonna be all set.

Guy: You got it.

Daniel: Cool. [Sighs]

Stephanie: I'm sorry I'm rattling on. I can't believe you just showed up out of the blue.

Chelsea: Yeah, well, that's one of the perks of having a grandfather with a big, shiny jet.

Stephanie: [Laughs]

Chelsea: So, Max, tell me all about your long-lost sister.

Max: Melanie's great.

Stephanie: She's a piece of work.

Max: Steph. Look, she's a little screwed up, but I know she has a good heart.

Chelsea: Screwed up. I'm sorry. I thought you said she was the reason you guys were thrown in jail.

Max: That -- that was a misunderstanding. Look, I-I-I got to go. I got to trace Nick's call.

Chelsea: Where is Nick?

Max: I don't know. That's what I'm trying to find out.

Stephanie: Be careful, okay?

Max: All right. Bye.

Stephanie: Well, I am really glad to see you. How are you?

Chelsea: Been better, but, uh, let's not talk about that now. Tell me the, uh -- the real deal with Melanie.

Stephanie: Um, well, Melanie's trouble, and all we've been doing since we got here in France is rescuing her. She goes from one disaster to another, and I pretty much can't take anymore.

Chelsea: I'm sorry.

Stephanie: She lies, cheats, steals, does whatever to get what she wants.

Chelsea: Well, that's never really good.

Stephanie: And on top of that, she's a gold digger.

Chelsea: And Max doesn't see any of this?

Stephanie: You know Max. He just wants to see the good in everyone. Now she's disappeared.

Chelsea: What?

Stephanie: We've been out looking for her. Nick actually called right before you got here. He found her.

Chelsea: Well, where are they?

Stephanie: No clue. I'm sure wherever they are, Melanie's in trouble again.

Steve: Hey.

Hope: Here's the background check you wanted on Trent Robbins, who, by the way, used the alias Trent Becker for a while.

Steve: Oh. Did he have a criminal record under that name?

Hope: No, just some credit cards, long closed, and some travel charges. From what I could tell, it was way back when he was pretty young.

Steve: So, you want to give me the highlights?

Hope: Oh, look at him. He looks terrific.

Steve: He does, doesn't he?

Hope: Yeah. Well, there's not a heck of a lot to tell you about Trent Robbins. The good professor seems to be exactly that -- a good professor.

Steve: Come on, there must be something.

Hope: Steve, what can I say? He's your classic academia nut. College, grad school, masters, doctorate, then right to teaching, tenure track. He did spend time at most of the prestigious American Universities and a few of the European ones, as well, including Heidelberg.

Steve: What about his personal life?

Hope: Well, his credit report -- well, it's not perfect, but it isn't any worse than mine.

Steve: Well, we know he's had kids. Is he married?

Hope: Supposedly, yes. But there aren't any details.

Steve: What do you mean no details?

Hope: When he first moved to the state, he had to fill out paperwork, new license. And one of the questions was was he married or single? He checked the box that said married. But there isn't anything else. That's all we got.

Steve: If the dude was married, there must be a record of it somewhere.

Hope: Give me time. I'll come up with a name. I'll find it.

Steve: That's good. If we can find out who his wife is, maybe it'll explain why he's so hell-bent on keeping Max from his sister.

Melanie: Are you crazy? What did -- what did you just do?

Man: Just doing my job. Now get dressed.

Melanie: Uh, no. He's bleeding. He needs help. Do you not see that?!

Man: Not my problem. Now, get ready and do what you came for.

Melanie: We can't leave him here.

Man: Put it on. He will be here soon.

Melanie: He needs help. We need to go get him help.

Man: Do it now.

Lucas: She's asleep. Fresh air really knocked her out.

Chloe: I'm glad you came back when you did. I thought she was gonna start screaming any minute.

Lucas: Come on, you guys will get used to each other. I mean, that's partially why we're here this weekend, right? How are you doing? Your stomach okay?

Chloe: Yeah, I feel better. Thank you. Hey, Lucas, have you seen this album?

Lucas: We need some wood. I have seen that album, yeah. I was hoping it wasn't here. [Both laugh] What have we got? Oh, there's Gran. Grandpa Tom.

Chloe: Yeah, Alice doesn't look very happy.

Lucas: Nah, he's probably messing with her. He was always doing practical jokes on her. She didn't like it too much.

Chloe: Oh. Oh, and is that Addie and your father?

Lucas: Yep. Yeah, yeah. Uncle Mickey looking spiffy. Look at that hair. Oh, my. Yeah, he's got flags around him. What is that, Fourth of July or something? He's at a picnic, it looks like.

Chloe: Or Memorial Day.

Lucas: Could be. Could be. What else have we got? Aunt Maggie. Melissa. Aunt Marie. They're all there.

Chloe: Look at the hair. Oh, my God.

Lucas: Yeah, I thought I was bad. Look at that. Who's the boy and who's the girl? What's going on there?

Chloe: They look so happy, though, don't they?

Lucas: Yeah, they do.

Chloe: They've been together forever.

Lucas: We should all be so lucky.

Chloe: Oh. Now, this photo of you was worth the trip. Oh, my God.

Lucas: Yeah, look at that, huh?

Chloe: Aw, handsome as ever.

Lucas: I don't know about that. Look at that goofy smile. That's when I found out I was a Horton. It's a lot to take in, but, I don't know, I got used to it quick. Being part of a big family like that -- it was a good feeling. I get to come to a place like this and hang out. Nothing happens. Nothing changes. It's very secure.

Chloe: Nothing, huh? Well, nothing can get kind of boring.

Lucas: Nothing is boring. That's why you got to do something up here and not nothing.

Chloe: Mm.

Chris: Richard, I'm sending you the text right now. Can you see it? I'm gonna need that new ad layout ASAP, or Kate is gonna be trés unhappy, all right? Thanks, mister. You're a lifesaver.

Morgan: Excuse me.

Chris: Oh. Hello.

Morgan: What?

Chris: You are positively gorgeous. You took my breath away.

Morgan: Thanks.

Chris: Don't tell me you're Morgan.

Morgan: Yes, I'm Morgan Hollingsworth.

Chris: I told you not to tell me that. I'm kidding. I'm totally kidding. I'm sorry. Hi, I'm Chris.

Morgan: Hi, Chris, it's nice to meet you.

Chris: You, too. There's no need to be nervous, darling. You're the firecracker that Anna recommended for the new student internship.

Morgan: Yes, actually, I am. So, I guess I need to tell you a little bit about myself.

Chris: Oh, no, no. I know everything I need to know about you. I did a background check. Were your little ears burning while I web-searched you? God, I love doing that. It makes me feel like Harriet the Spy, you know? [Both laugh]

Kate: So, are we done?

Kayla: Uh, no, not yet.

Kate: I think it's just a little cough. Really, I don't think it's anything.

Kayla: Um, you're probably right, but I did hear some crackling sounds, and I can't make a real diagnosis until I get pictures and tests.

Kate: Oh, my God, Kayla, no. I really -- I can't do that today. I am swamped. I have the opening, the launching of hearth and home at Barrons. Can't you just give me some antibiotics for now?

Kayla: Well, I can't blindly treat your symptoms until I know the cause.

Kate: Okay, fine. What do you want to do? If you want to take some blood, let's just do it 'cause I really have to get out of here.

Kayla: No, not yet. Radiology is a bit backed up, but I think that you should get a chest x-ray.

Kate: What?

Kayla: Yeah, I'm gonna go down there and see if they can squeeze you in. And, you know, listen. It's better to be safe than sorry, right?

Kate: Oh, God.

Steve: I need more -- I need more information on Robbins.

Hope: You were supposed to be working for him, weren't you? Right? So, when did you decide to start investigating your own client?

Steve: Well, when he gave me this song and dance about how he was trying to track down Nick Fallon. It was obvious he was more interested in tracking down Stephanie and Max.

Hope: Well, his background check is clean -- no arrests, nothing of interest, except for the fact that he gave Max up for adoption all those years ago.

Steve: Yeah. What kind of parent does that?

Hope: Some people give up their own children because they know it's the right thing to do, which was certainly true in Max's case. He couldn't have been brought up by better people than the Brady's.

Steve: Yeah. I don't know. Just -- something's off. I wouldn't worry so much if the kids weren't involved. I think the wife is the key. Who is she, and where is she?

Stephanie: Honestly, I don't care what happens to Melanie. I'm just worried about Max. And he's so vulnerable right now. I just don't want him to get hurt.

Chelsea: Max is a tough guy.

Stephanie: Not as tough as you think. The more involved and mixed up he gets with Trent Robbins and Melanie, the unhappier he becomes.

Chelsea: Yeah, but then he has you, and you make it all better.

Stephanie: Sure.

Chelsea: Look, Max is extremely lucky he has somebody that not only loves him but looks out for him. The two don't always go together.

Stephanie: Thanks.

Chelsea: Look, all you can do is just stand by his side, be there for him, and, you know, help him while he deals with all these big changes in his life.

Stephanie: If he'll let me. [Door opens]

Max: Hey, great news. I found Melanie. Let's go! Come on!

Melanie: Nick. Nick. Hey.

Nick: [Groans] What's going on?

Melanie: Never mind. I'm gonna go get help, okay? Oh, my God. What are you doing here? Whoa! Whoa!

Nick: Let her go.

Melanie: Stop! Hold on!

Nick: Hey! Let her go!

Melanie: Nick, I'm so sorry! I never meant for you to get involved! God! I'm never gonna forgive you for this, Dad!

Chloe: Mm. [Sighs] Now, that's what I call getting back to nature. [Giggles]

Lucas: You didn't like the idea of a rustic weekend. Bad you.

Chloe: Oh, yeah, yeah. It's had its moments so far.

Lucas: What?!

Chloe: We're not gonna go moose hunting or anything, are we?

Lucas: We might. We just might. You know what we need? I'm gonna get some firewood. That's what we need. We need a nice fire. That'll be great.

Chloe: Um, Lucas, it's over 80 degrees today.

Lucas: Yeah, I know, but when that sun goes down, you're gonna be happy we have that wood 'cause it gets cold. Plus, we can hang out. It'll be romantic. We'll do s'mores and stuff.

Chloe: [Laughs] Well, I still think it's too hot for a fire.

Lucas: You know how sexy it is to make love to a woman by firelight? Once you've had firelight, candlelight just doesn't match.

Chloe: Mm. Well, what are you waiting for? Get out there and start chopping.

Lucas: Yes. Yes, ma'am.

Chloe: Chop, chop, nature boy.

Lucas: All right, I'll be right back. You okay?

Chloe: [Chuckles] [Allie crying]

Morgan: You did a background check on me?

Chris: Oh, totally. Yes. In this day and age, you cannot be too careful. So, Morgan Hollingsworth, this is your life. Our tale starts in the bayou far South of Salem, where an innocent babe was born in an old plantation house just dripping with Spanish moss.

Morgan: Well, I wasn't really --

Chris: I know, but isn't it way more romantic if you were? Okay, let's see. For reals. You were a straight-a student, class president in junior high school, cheerleading in high school, prom queen. Nice. And then, oh, your very first beauty contest. You were crowned "Miss Southern Sky" with tiara and roses and everything. Yeah. Oh, and then you made your first official society debut at the 12 Oaks Country Club. Tell me. Details. Did you wear white?

Morgan: Light pink, actually.

Chris: Mm. Mm-hmm. And long opera-length?

Morgan: Above the elbow.

Chris: Oh, and a single strand of pearls, I bet, right?

Morgan: Mm-hmm.

Chris: [Sighs] Wouldn't I have made a fabulous debutante? A boy can dream. [Both laugh] All right, well, I know everything I need to know about you. And as far as I'm concerned, honey, you are hired. You know you don't get paid anything, right?

Morgan: Well, yes. But are you sure you know everything you need to know?

Chris: Yeah, the internet doesn't lie, sweetie. I know all about your father's...troubles.

Morgan: And you don't think that your boss is gonna mind that my Father's in prison?

Chris: Oh, no, no, no, no. Are you okay? I mean, this must be really hard on you.

Morgan: Yeah, actually, it has been.

Chris: Do you visit him?

Morgan: As often as they let me.

Chris: I think that's so important...so that he knows no matter what, you love him.

Morgan: I do.

Chris: You know, if you ever need time off to go see him, you just let me know, and I'll make sure it happens.

Morgan: You're talking like I already have the job, but I don't even know who I'd be working for.

Chris: Oh, you don't? Well, you are in for a treat. My boss, our boss, is the fantastic, the fiendish, the ferocious Kate Roberts, queen and CEO of Hearth and Home.

Morgan: I'm sorry, Chris, but this interview's over. [Footsteps depart]

Kate: [Sighs]

Kayla: Kate, okay, great. Radiology will see you now.

Kate: You know, I'm so sorry, but I really can't do it today. But I will be in touch with you.

Kayla: Well, when?

Kate: Um, I don't know. But I'll call you. Have a good day.

Daniel: Well, hello, Kate.

Kate: Sorry. I'm in a rush.

Daniel: Why did Kate come down to the trauma center?

Kayla: You're her doctor on record. See for yourself.

Daniel: No, I don't want to be -- I-- you j-- [Growls]

Claude: Ooh. So, how is your father? I haven't seen him in ages.

Melanie: Well, he's a gambling addict. But, then, you already knew that.

Claude: Yes, he does have an affinity for the ponies. Drink up, my dear.

Melanie: I don't drink. Thanks.

Claude: Why is that?

Melanie: I don't really like the way it tastes.

Claude: So you don't take after your father, I see.

Melanie: No. Definitely not.

Claude: You and I have met before, huh? It was in Paris, a long time ago.

Melanie: I remember. You made me sit on your lap.

Claude: Hmm. You were such a pretty little thing. Trent has sent me pictures of you over the years, and I have to say that you have more than fulfilled your early promise and grown into a stunningly beautiful young woman.

Melanie: I'm sorry, but you are sick and disgusting.

Claude: Not at all. It is practical. After tonight, your father's debts will be paid in full.

Melanie: I can't believe I'm doing this.

Claude: Well... believe it, baby doll.

Melanie: Don't call me that. I'm not doing this. I'm not doing this.

Claude: Merci. This is your friend, no?

Melanie: No, I've never seen him before tonight.

Claude: You lie. I see it.

Melanie: What?

Claude: There's sparks between you two. You will do as I say, or your friend here is a dead man. Understand? [Humming] Nice.

Trent: Come on, Melanie. Answer.

Nicole: Come here.

Trent: What are you doing?

Nicole: Take a look over there. Guess what. You're under investigation.

Trent: By the police?

Nicole: No, by Steve Johnson.

Trent: You're misinformed. I hired Steve to do some investigative work for me.

Nicole: I heard them, Trent. Hope gave Steve a whole file on you -- a whole file that says we're still married.

Trent: Well, I don't know what they're looking for, but, legally, I should be clean. Besides, I can't worry about that right now.

Nicole: I can. I won't have a future in this town if word gets out we're still married.

Trent: Then help me.

Nicole: With what? Oh. [Chuckles] Same old story?

Trent: Let's just say that I'm temporarily embarrassed.

Nicole: Mm-hmm. What was it this time? Poker, craps? You know, for a math whiz, you're kind of a dim bulb. By now, you should have figured out that the house always wins.

Trent: I'm not asking for a gift, just a loan.

Nicole: You always do. And you're on your own, Trent.

Trent: Don't be so sure, Mrs. Robbins.

Steve: Thanks, both of you.

Bo: I haven't done anything yet.

Hope: Yeah, don't thank him. He didn't do anything. Thank the police-department computers.

Bo: Robbins -- I don't like him, either, but so far his record's clean.

Steve: Yeah, I may be making something out of nothing, but I don't think so. I think he's bad news, especially for the kids.

Hope: Yeah, well, if you're right, thank God they're out of the country.

Steve: Well, I don't know if that's good or bad because he's been nosing around ever since Max and Stephanie left for France.

[Allie crying]

Chloe: That's good, baby. Oh, please. Oh, please, calm down. Oh, gosh. Oh, please. [Grunts] Oh, yow. Okay, I know I'm not your mommy, but I really like your daddy. And this is gonna work. We have to get along, okay? Okay? [Crying continues] Please. Oh, God, can't we make a deal?

Lucas: Hey, what's the matter? What's wrong with her?

Chloe: It's not what's wrong with her. It's what's wrong with me. Lucas, this isn't gonna work.

Chris: Whoa, sweetie, what's the problem?

Morgan: You don't understand. I cannot work for Kate Roberts. That woman hates me. You know how her son was recently shot?

Chris: Yeah, I know all about that. I read about that online, too. Honey, he was protecting you. You can't blame yourself for that. And I'm sure Kate doesn't blame you, either.

Morgan: Yeah, I wouldn't be so sure about that.

Chris: Well, I am. All right, look. You're the best candidate I've seen for this job, and Kate Roberts demands the best. End of story. I'm sure things will work out fine.

Chris: [Cellphone rings] Oh. Hello, your highness.

Kate: I told you not to call me that, didn't I? Now, when are my ad layouts going to be ready?

Chris: By the afternoon -- plenty of time for you to review and approve them.

Kate: Great. Thank you, Chris. I don't know what I would do without you.

Chris: Oh, you're just saying that.

Kate: No, I'm not. I mean it.

Chris: Well, then, say it again, will you?

Kate: Maybe I will later. So, what else do you have for me?

Chris: I just met your new college intern.

Kate: Who is it?

Chris: Actually, it's kind of funny. She is --

Kate: Actually, I don't think I really want to hear about it. If you interviewed them, if you decide to bring them on board, go ahead and do it. I'm going off to Barrons right now, and I will see you later at the office.

Chris: Okay. Well, it's up to me, and you're hired.

Morgan: You can do that?

Chris: I just did. When can you start?

Kate: Why did you do that?

Daniel: Well, when someone ignores me, I like to get their attention.

Kate: I beg your pardon.

Daniel: Look, don't get on your high horse with me. What is the problem here? If Kayla wants you to stick around to get a chest x-ray and do some tests, hell, just do them.

Kate: I don't have the time.

Daniel: Well, if you'd stayed off the phone for the last 20 minutes, you'd be done by now. What are you afraid of?

Kate: I'm not afraid of anything. Kayla is over-reacting because there is nothing wrong with me.

Daniel: Well, probably not. But let's just make sure.

Melanie: Uh, yeah, I think I'm gonna have that drink after all.

Claude: Perfect.

Melanie: [Clears throat]

Claude: To a night neither one of us will ever forget. [Thud] [Grunts]

Nick: [Breathing heavily]

Claude: What do you want, big shot, eh? What do you want? [Groaning]

Melanie: Nick, look out!

Nick: What?

Melanie: Aah! [Shouting in French] Levez les mains!

Melanie: Max! You son of a bitch! You want to play with little girls, huh?

Melanie: Are you okay? Oh, my God!

Lucas: Everything's fine, okay? She's nodded off already.

Chloe: You have the magic touch.

Lucas: What's the matter? What's the problem?

Chloe: No problem. Just a fact. This isn't gonna work, Lucas. You and Allie come together as a package, and I guess I don't have a maternal bone in my body. Contrary to popular belief, most women can't be a supermom.

Lucas: You don't have to be a supermom. I don't want that. I don't want Angelina Jolie when I have you. Come on.

Chloe: Ha. Right.

Lucas: Don't be like that. You don't have to be anybody's mother. Really. Allie's already got a mother. That's Sami. Just give it some time. You guys will get used to each other. I promise.

Chloe: I don't know, Lucas. Every time she looks at me, she just starts screaming.

Lucas: Trust me. After a little time, you guys will get familiar with each other.

Chloe: Familiarity breeds contempt.

Lucas: Don't be like that, all right? Just take one day at a time. The most important thing is all three of us are together, right?

Kate: So, if you'll just hand over my cellphone, I'll be on my way.

Daniel: What's your story, Kate?

Kate: There is no story, Daniel.

Daniel: Then why are you avoiding Kayla's tests and X-rays?

Kate: Look, could you stop exaggerating? Kayla is over-reacting. And it's very simple. I'm in a rush, okay? But I'm fine.

Daniel: Mm-hmm. Yeah. I'm sure you were saying "I'm fine" when they wheeled you into the O.R. for that omental torsion operation. Don't tell me you're still afraid of hospitals.

Kate: No, I'm not afraid of hospitals.

Daniel: Look, you may have bronchitis or walking pneumonia. Who knows? But if you're not willing to get yourself checked out for your own sake, at least do it for your family and the people who care about you.

Kate: Don't go there with me, Daniel.

Daniel: Okay. Fine. Fine, well, let's just forget our personal connection for just a moment here. As one intelligent human being to another, when will you allow us to check you out?

Kate: Someday. But not today. Goodbye.

Morgan: When Kate Roberts finds out that I'm her new intern --

Chris: You let me worry about that, all right? Her majesty needs an intern. You need to keep busy. I am sure it's all gonna work out fine, okay? And I'll run interference between you if there's an issue. But remember, you two have one really important thing in common -- how much you both care about Philip.

Morgan: Yeah.

Chris: Yeah. And who knows, maybe you two will end up being really good friends, right?

Morgan: I don't know. We'll see.

Chris: More importantly, though, where did you get this dress?

Morgan: Isn't it great?

Chris: Are you kidding me? I love it. I love it.

Claude: This is all a terrible misunderstanding. I will see you soon.

Max: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Are you okay?

Chelsea: Oh, my God. Nick, what happened?

Nick: Hey, Chelse.

Chelsea: Is -- is he gonna be okay?

Guy: He's lost a lot of blood.

Chelsea: You've got to save him.

Stephanie: What's going on?

Max: Melanie, what happened here? And I want the truth.

E.J.: I can't help but be attracted to you. It's a matter of biology.

Nicole: Well, for me, it's a matter of pride and dignity. As long as you have feelings for Sami, you can forget about us.

Nick: Melanie is not to blame.

Chelsea: You're sitting here bleeding to death, and she's the victim.

Philip: I hate to lose what could have been because of it.

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