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Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 11/11/08 - Canada; Wednesday 11/12/08 - U.S.A.

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Marlena: Aah!

Chelsea: Hey, I got your text. Why did you want to meet here? What? Philip, if it's Kate and she's taken a turn for the worst -- no, we need to go. I need to be there with her.

Philip: No, we can't be.

[Door closes]

Max: Kitchen's closed.

Stephanie: I didn't come to eat. I came to see you.

E.J.: Ah. I see you made it out of the bath, then. I was getting worried.

Nicole: That was heaven.

E.J.: No, I-I don't suppose they had bubble bath or scented candles in prison.

Nicole: Mm, they didn't have razors, either. [Chuckles]

E.J.: So, what are we gonna do on your first night of freedom?

Nicole: All I need is the TV remote and my snuggly pillow.

E.J.: Okay, you know, I was thinking maybe we could have gone for that first date, but it doesn't matter. We can do that another time.

Nicole: I don't think we should go on a date at all.

Sami: Look, you can't do this, please. Please, just wait.

Rafe: It's for your own good.

Sami: My own good? What is it gonna take to get through to you if E.J. finds out that this baby is his? You have no idea --

Rafe: Shh! It's ringing.

Sami: Okay. G-give it to me. I just want the --

Rafe: Will you stop?

Sami: This is serious to me. Look, please, just make sure that E.J. doesn't find out or my family. That's all I'm asking.

Rafe: I am sorry, okay? It is out of my hands. Yeah, can I speak to Perkins?

Sami: Ow, ooh. Ow.

Rafe: Perkins. Agent Perkins.

Sami: Ow! [Grunts]

Rafe: I got to call you back. You all right?

Sami: Thank you. No, I'm not.

Rafe: All right, just hang in there. Hang in there. I'm gonna call 911.

Marlena: Oh, my gosh!

John: What are you doing out here all by yourself? You could get mugged.

Marlena: I could have a heart attack after what you just did to me.

John: You're tense.

Marlena: John, you could have given me a stroke or I could have used my mace on you.

John: I didn't realize that you were back from...

Marlena: Colorado.

John: Right. How's Aaron?

Marlena: Eric.

John: So I'm 0 for 2. If you would have told me that you were coming in tonight, I would have picked you up at the airport.

Marlena: Maggie picked me up, and I-I, uh, came in this morning.

John: This morning?

Marlena: Yeah, I took the red eye. So I'm functioning on about three-hours sleep, so I'm not...

John: Were you gonna tell me that you were back in town, or were you just going to avoid me altogether?

Marlena: No, um, I had a full case load, and then I had two weeks of work that I had to catch up on, so I... I wasn't sure we had a whole lot to talk about anymore anyway.

John: Yes, I got the final divorce papers in the mail. So you've made up your mind. This is what you want.

Marlena: It's not what I want. No, it's not. It's just what has to be.

John: How exactly does all this work?

Marlena: What?

John: Well, this -- us. Does that paper really mean that -- well, that's it? It's over?

Marlena: That's exactly what it means.

Stephanie: Busy night?

Max: Um...no. Swim team came down after their meet tonight. Got a pile of dishes in the back. So, what's going on? You want to sit?

Stephanie: Oh, no, no, no. I'm not gonna keep you. I was doing laundry, and I thought you'd want this back.

Max: Please don't do this.

Chelsea: We can't be there for her you mean?

Philip: No, she just --

Chelsea: Philip, why didn't somebody call me any sooner? I should have been there. I should have been there with her.

Philip: Please! Look, she's fine. Well, maybe not fine, but she's hanging in.

Chelsea: Don't ever scare me like that again. Do you hear me?

Philip: I didn't mean to. I'm sorry.

Chelsea: Okay, well, then, what's the problem? Why do you say that we can't help her?

Philip: Listen, I just got back from the hospital. Daniel said there was no more visitors because her condition's too fragile.

Chelsea: So nobody can see her, not even her family?

Philip: It's killing me not to be there. She just had a bad reaction to the chemo. It's made her very weak, and she's got this pain from neuropathy. That's when there's damage to the peripheral nerves. I guess it's pretty common.

Chelsea: The chemo was supposed to be helping her.

Philip: It is. It's fighting the cancer, but it's an aggressive treatment and it's causing all these other problems.

Chelsea: And it's her only hope, right? I mean, there's no other treatment for it.

Philip: No. Unfortunately, there's not. And mom made it very clear that she wants to go through with this, so...

Chelsea: Two months ago, she was fine. She was fine. She was perfectly healthy, living a normal life. God, I can't even imagine how hard this must be on you.

Philip: My Mom is very brave. And that's what she wants us to be, too. We have to be there for her, Chelsea. We have to be strong.

E.J.: I mean, don't ever? I don't understand.

Nicole: I just think we should leave well enough alone. That's all.

E.J.: Nicole, when we came back here earlier, I mean, you told me you were leaving, moving out. And this was apparently because, on the way back, you decided that I was emotionally distant and you felt that I was ambivalent.

Nicole: I remember the conversation, E.J. I was there.

E.J.: Well, now you're the one that's being emotionally distant. Why?

Nicole: I just feel like what we have right now is somewhat fragile, and I don't want anything to go wrong.

E.J.: You think if weave a date, something's gonna go wrong?

Nicole: Yes. Every time we make a plan, somehow it gets screwed up. I mean, you remember what happened last time? The mayor of Salem was killed on your front step.

E.J.: Ah, so you think that happened because we made a plan.

Nicole: Who knows? Yes. I don't know.

E.J.: Look, Nicole, I'm sorry. I can't keep reassuring you one minute just to have you be insecure and doubtful the next. This is becoming a pattern.

Nicole: Look, E.J., we're already living together, and soon we're gonna share a child. I just think we're past all that getting-to-know-you stage.

E.J.: Well, yes, we're living together. Yes, we're about to share a child, okay? But this has happened extremely quickly. It's not like we've spent hours and hours getting to know each other. In fact, Nicole, I really don't know that much about you.

Nicole: Well, maybe that's a good thing.

Sami: Uh, no. No, forget it. I don't need an ambulance. I'm -- I'm fine. [Clears throat]

Rafe: Well, then, what's going on?

Sami: Nothing. It's -- I just -- it was -- I had a -- it's over now. Oh! The baby kicked.

Rafe: Oh.

Sami: It's the first time.

Rafe: And that -- that makes you sad?

Sami: Yes, it makes me sad that I get to experience my baby kicking for the first time here all by myself, completely and totally alone.

E.J.: So, you just don't want me to know you better?

Nicole: Well, you know what they say about familiarity.

E.J.: Nicole, you're the mother of my child.

Nicole: Okay, so let's focus on that. Let's focus on what we want for our kid.

E.J.: You think it's better if we just keep the mystery alive.

Nicole: For now, yes, I would prefer that.

E.J.: Okay. All right. [Sighs] Okay, well, instead of having a date where, heaven forbid, we might actually make the mistake of getting to know each other a little bit better... how about we have an unofficial non-date?

Nicole: A non-date. Well, what does that entail exactly?

E.J.: Oh, you'd hate it. Goodness. Oh, it's romantic, pampering. Yeah, it's awful. Impersonal conversation, politics, the economy, religion, all that kind of stuff. Absolutely steadfastly avoiding the topic of us.

Nicole: Well...that sounds good.

E.J.: Really?

Nicole: Mm-hmm. What are you making?

E.J.: This is a kiddy cosmo -- lemonade, ginger ale, and a little bit of grenadine.

Nicole: Mmm.

E.J.: It's a little bit sweet for my palate, but it's extremely refreshing nonetheless. Here.

Nicole: Are you having what I'm having?

E.J.: Yes, I've decided that I'm going to abstain from alcohol for the duration of your pregnancy.

Nicole: Really?

E.J.: Really. I don't think it's fair that the mother is the only one who has to make sacrifices.

Nicole: Cheers.

E.J.: Cheers.

Nicole: Mmm. Tasty. Ooh.

E.J.: Is everything okay?

Nicole: Oh, yeah, yeah. The baby just kicked.

E.J.: Really?

Nicole: Wow! I think we got a little soccer player in here. [Chuckles]

E.J.: May I? Do you mind?

Nicole: Yeah, of course.

Rafe: You're not completely alone, you know. Sure was convenient how all that happened while I was on the phone with my boss.

Sami: "Convenient"? Okay, fine. Feel this. It's still moving. You're gonna miss it. Come here. Look, it's over here now. Tell me you didn't feel that.

E.J.: I don't feel anything.

Nicole: Wait, wait. Try right -- try right here. I'm sorry. The baby must be napping. Ooh! [Chuckles] How about that?

E.J.: Hello. This is daddy one to baby two. [Chuckles] Hello? Wow. And again.

Sami: Come on. Tell me you didn't feel that.

Rafe: I guess.

Sami: What do you mean you guess? That was a really big kick.

Rafe: Could have been your stomach growling.

Sami: My what?

Rafe: I don't know, okay? It's weird. Just pregnant women and babies, I just, uh -- it's not my thing.

Sami: No, I think that's pretty obvious.

Rafe: What's that supposed to mean?

Sami: Nothing. Forget it.

Rafe: No, no, no, no. No, tell me.

Sami: Okay. You come across like this big, strong, brave FBI man, but, man, you find out I'm pregnant and you freak out and want to call in the National Guard for emergency backup.

Rafe: Okay [Chuckles] I wasn't freaking out. That's not what I was doing.

Sami: Really? 'Cause it's that much harder to guard a woman who just happens to be pregnant?

Rafe: No, of course not. I was just, um, protecting the kid. I thought you would feel the same way.

Sami: Listen up -- nothing is more important to me than protecting my child. Why else do you think I am begging to be stuck here with someone like you?

Max: Please don't make this harder than it is, Steph.

Stephanie: I thought I was doing you a favor. Apparently not.

Max: I have plenty of shirts like this. Just keep it.

Stephanie: I don't want it.

Max: I'm sorry, Steph.

Stephanie: You think I would have learned after the first time we broke up.

Max: I know, and that was totally my fault.

Stephanie: I know it was. And I don't think you realize how devastated I was. I left my friends, my family. I left everything. I'm not gonna let that happen again, Max. I guess one good thing came from that experience -- it definitely made me stronger.

Max: I'm glad for that. I really am. Look, Steph, when people break up, they -- they always say they're gonna be friends afterwards. Usually -- usually that doesn't happen. But, I mean, I really hope we can. We can do that, you know? I really hope we can.

Stephanie: I hope so, too. Someday. Bye, Max.

Chelsea: I just wish that we could see her.

Philip: Hey, as soon as her blood count stabilizes, we will. It could be tomorrow.

Chelsea: There's just a lot that I have to tell her. You know, I want her to know that...I want her in my life. I need her. She's pretty much all I have.

Philip: What about me?

Chelsea: You know what I meant.

Philip: Yeah, I do.

John: Well, I guess if it's really over between us, then you want nothing more to do with me, which means that it's probably wrong for us to be speaking right now or for me to be worried about you out here by yourself. So with that established, I will not take up any more of your time.

Marlena: John, w-wait. Just -- oh, gosh. Um, just because we're not, um, married doesn't --

John: Doesn't mean what?

Marlena: It doesn't mean that we have to avoid each other, you know.

John: Well, it's a small community. I'm sure that our paths will cross.

Marlena: Yeah, and I don't want us to feel awkward.

John: Neither do I.

Marlena: I, uh, haven't talked to you for a while. How are you feeling? Have you had any more of those episodes? Oh. Well, I don't suppose you bothered seeing a doctor, have you?

John: Doctors can't help me. I doubt that anybody can.

Marlena: You said those words to me 20 years ago.

John: Really?

Marlena: It was when I first met you. You didn't know who you were or what your name was, where you came from. All you knew was that you were Stefano's pawn. You were so afraid of hurting anybody then that you pushed everybody away. You finally let me in. Look, I-I-I don't think it's inappropriate, even though we're not together anymore, if I ask you as a doctor and your friend if you would please let me help you...again.

Nicole: [Chuckling] Wow. There it goes again. Ah, so weird. You know, I feel really bad calling our baby an "it."

E.J.: Boy or girl? Do you have a preference?

Nicole: Uh, it -- it doesn't matter. You?

E.J.: Oh, I don't care either way.

Nicole: I just want him or her to have the childhood I never had, you know, to be loved and to laugh a lot.

E.J.: I promise that our child's gonna have all that.

Nicole: Yeah, as long as I don't go to prison for Trent's murder.

E.J.: Stop, okay? Look, let me make something very clear to you. You are staying here with me. You're safe, sweetheart. You're not going anywhere. You got it?

Nicole: Yeah.

E.J.: Got it?

Nicole: Yeah.

E.J.: Really? Sure?

Nicole: Yes. I'm sorry I put a damper on this evening.

E.J.: How could you possibly put a damper on my evening? Hmm? [Johnny crying]

Nicole: [Chuckles]

E.J.: Sorry.

Nicole: That's okay. Go ahead.

Rafe: So, you want to be here with me, huh?

Sami: That should just show you how bad the alternative is. And it is torture being without my kids. I'd rather be on death row again than be separated from my children.

Rafe: "Death Row"?

Sami: I was framed.

Rafe: Okay. By the DiMeras, no doubt.

Sami: No, though, obviously, it wouldn't be surprising if they were behind it. They're behind everything else. If anyone deserves to be on death row, it's Stefano DiMera after everything that he has put my family through. I mean, he -- he made everyone think that my parents were dead. And he -- the man who raised me, John, he brainwashed him and other people. He -- he did terrible things, and now my son Johnny is living there under his roof. And to make matters worse, Nicole Walker is probably there, too, if she's not in jail for murdering her husband. But of course I don't know whether she's there or not because you're too afraid to let me find out.

Rafe: Well, I'm just looking out for your best interest.

Sami: My best interest? Only interest I care about are my children. And it kills me to know that I had to abandon two of my children to look out for this one.

Rafe: I thought you never wanted to go back home.

Sami: I didn't say I didn't want to. I said I can't.

Rafe: Not ever?

Sami: Maybe someday.

Rafe: What's your plan, Sami? I mean, what are you gonna do? I mean, this guy -- what's his name -- E.J.? He's gonna find out that you're pregnant sooner or later. Okay, listen, you want to be the one to tell him or should I?

Philip: Hey. Mom isn't giving up. And we can't, either. Listen, the next time you see her, you need to be --

Chelsea: I know. Positive and upbeat.

Philip: Good.

Chelsea: I should go. I have a paper due tomorrow.

Philip: You okay getting home?

Chelsea: Yeah, thank you.

Philip: All right, I'll talk to you in the morning, okay?

Chelsea: Okay.

Stephanie: Philip?

Marlena: Will you let me help you, please?

John: I'm fine on my own.

Marlena: You're still trying to protect me. You don't want to get involved in my life because I might get hurt again. You care about me, don't you? Oh! John, John. Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. Easy, easy, easy, I got you.

E.J.: I'm sorry about that.

Nicole: Oh, that's okay. Is Johnny asleep?

E.J.: Yes, he is, finally.

Nicole: I was just thinking that I'm on cloud nine about this baby. I don't know. You've done this before, so it's probably not a big deal to you.

E.J.: Nicole, this is a very big deal to me, okay? I promise you, I'm every bit as excited about this child as you are. I-I cannot tell you how fortunate I feel to be here at the beginning, you know? And, hopefully, to be a part of our child's life and to be A... part of the mother's life, too.

Sami: E.J. is not gonna find out about this baby until I am good and ready. And when he does find out -- if he finds out -- it is not gonna be from the FBI or anyone else.

Rafe: Well, I got news for you. It's not gonna be that much longer before it's pretty obvious.

Sami: Why do you think I'm hiding out here?

Rafe: That's funny. I thought you were hiding out here because you were hiding from a killer.

Sami: See? There's lots of good reasons for me to be here.

Rafe: Stop with the excuses. Ever since you got here, you've been trying your damnedest to get out. You know, honestly, I think part of you is dying for E.J. to know that you are having this baby.

Sami: Don't you dare ever say that to me again.

Max: Hey, we're closed. Chelsea. What's wrong?

Philip: Hey, Steph.

Stephanie: Philip, my Mom told me Kate was having a rough time with the treatment. I'm really sorry.

Philip: She's hanging tough. She's gonna be fine. Look, I got to go, so...

Stephanie: Not so fast. You were there for me the other night when I was going through some bad stuff. Now it's my turn. Buy you a drink?

Sami: You don't anything about my relationship with E.J.

Rafe: So you're admitting there's a relationship.

Sami: No! Would you stop twisting my words?

Rafe: Well, you must have some sort of feelings for him. Look how upset you're getting.

Sami: Look, you would be upset, too, if you were in my situation. I honestly don't know which is worse -- the fact that there's a hit man out to get me or the idea of another one of my children being raised as a DiMera. Our future is in your hands. But if you can't handle the pressure, I mean, I know how much you want to ditch this place and go back to your real job, your real life, then fine. Sell me down the river. Go ahead. Make the call. Put an innocent child in the hands of the DiMera's. Let that be on your conscience.

Nicole: I feel like the right tackle for the Bears.

E.J.: Would you like to know what I see? I see a strong, attractive, healthy woman who needs to learn to stop being so hard on herself.

Nicole: So you don't think I look bad, huh?

E.J.: Didn't you hear what I just said? Did you?

Nicole: Yes.

E.J.: Do you want me to say it again?

Nicole: Okay, okay. All right, I-I will not worry about what I look like. I'll just enjoy these next few months. You know, I've been petrified that I won't know what to do when this baby is born, but, I don't know, lately I feel like we've had this bond, you know, like we're really getting to know each other.

E.J.: Just like you and me.

Nicole: Yeah. [Cellphone ringing] [Chuckles] Aah!

E.J.: One second.

Nicole: Sure.

Chelsea: I don't even know why I'm here.

Max: I'm glad you are.

Chelsea: Yeah, me too.

Max: Look, I know you're having a tough time with all this, but Kate -- she's a really strong person, you know?

Chelsea: She is. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to dump all this on you.

Max: It's okay.

Chelsea: I really didn't think that anyone would be up this late and then I could just sneak in and out without being noticed.

Max: Yeah, well, I'll probably be here till 00 in the morning doing all those dishes.

Chelsea: Which is my subtle hint to go.

Max: No, no, no, no. You -- you have to -- you got to finish your tea.

Chelsea: Okay. But only if we can change the subject.

Max: Deal. Deal.

Chelsea: So...how are you and Steph?

Max: Uh...there is no me and Steph anymore.

Chelsea: Oh, come on. You guys break up and get back together all the time.

Max: There's definitely no me and Steph.

Chelsea: Well, I'm sorry.

Max: Me too.

Stephanie: How stupid was I the other night? I mean, did I say anything that I would regret?

Philip: You -- you told me you could "cake tare" of yourself.

Stephanie: No.

Philip: It was kind of cute. Definitely nothing to regret.

Stephanie: Hmm. Well, I am no longer having flirtinis, and tonight it's strictly soda. I have to be completely on my game tomorrow.

Philip: What's tomorrow?

Stephanie: Well, my internship just ended, so I have to start looking for a new one. I just wish it wasn't in the middle of the semester.

Philip: Well, I know you said you'd never work for me in a million years, but --

Stephanie: That's not what I said. Not exactly.

Philip: Well, the offer still stands if you're interested. We could use a few good women like you at Titan.

Marlena: You feel better?

John: Yeah.

Marlena: John, what were you thinking right before that happened? If I could understand that, maybe I could --

John: I don't remember.

Marlena: All right. Will you be all right getting yourself home?

John: I'm not going home. I'm going to walk you to your door, and I don't want to take no for an answer.

E.J.: She what?

Nicole: Who is it?

E.J.: Hello? I don't -- one second. That's better. I can hear you now. Ron. No, no, no, it's fine. Not a problem at all. So what's going on? Okay, listen, don't do anything, okay? Even if she calls, don't answer the phone. Don't do a thing, and we will take care of this in the morning, all right? No, it's fine. Don't worry about it. Okay, bye.

Nicole: Wow, that sounded intense.

E.J.: Yeah, it's a client. He's going through a bitter divorce. Well...it's a really good thing this wasn't an "official" date.

Nicole: Yeah.

E.J.: All these interruptions. So, where exactly were we?

Rafe: Well, you're right. I am anxious to get back to my other life, but I am not gonna compromise your safety to do it. See, I was hired to protect you, not to be your doctor.

Sami: I'm not sick, and I'm not asking you to be my midwife. I'm just like any other woman that you would be guarding.

Rafe: Ha!

Sami: Oh, come on. Give me one good reason why you have to tell your boss that I'm pregnant.

Rafe: Well, I can give you a lot more than one. Trust me.

Sami: Come on. Look, Rafe, this is serious. My life is in your hands. My baby's life is in your hands. I know that all you want to do is protect us, but that includes protecting us from the DiMera's. Please. I'm begging you not to make that call.

Rafe: Well, you do have a good point about the DiMera's. I'll tell you what -- I'll sleep on it.

Sami: Thanks.

Chelsea: Do you have any idea how jealous I used to be of you and Stephanie? It was so bad.

Max: I kind of sensed that.

Chelsea: It's weird now. We're best friends.

Max: Stranger things have happened.

Chelsea: Oh, you mean like you and me?

Max: We had some good times together.

Chelsea: I was so not good for you. I was not good for anybody.

Max: Come on. Don't say that. Don't say that. That's not -- whoa, hey, hey.

Chelsea: I'm sorry.

Max: No, it's fine. Great.

Chelsea: I'll buy you a new one.

Max: No, it's totally fine. It's, uh -- it's, uh, just a real old rag.

Stephanie: You'd still want me to work for you after everything I said?

Philip: Well, you were right. I am a tough boss, probably too tough sometimes, but that's what it takes.

Stephanie: I could probably learn some things from a guy like you.

Philip: Well, you'd learn a lot more than how to answer phones and fetching coffee. I can guarantee you that.

Stephanie: Sounds intriguing.

Philip: So, what do you say? Will you work for me?

Stephanie: You haven't even seen my résumé, and chatting over beer nuts hardly qualifies as an interview.

Philip: Well, it's good enough for me.

Stephanie: Seriously?

Philip: I think I'm a pretty decent judge of character. And you'll have plenty of time to prove yourself.

Stephanie: How can I say no?

Philip: Excellent. Welcome to Titan.

John: You seem different.

Marlena: How?

John: I don't know. Just...not like yourself.

Marlena: You could be right. It's hard going home to an empty house, you know? I worked all day and then didn't know what to do with myself --

John: So you came out here to get mugged? [Both laugh]

Marlena: I did. Well, no. Didn't know what else to do or where to go, so... the kids are all grown and gone now. Gosh, Brady's in Austria. Sami's -- I never know when I'll see her again.

John: Why do you say that?

Marlena: She went into the witness protection program after the shooting.

John: I didn't know that.

Marlena: Yeah. I'm scared sick for her. I just don't know how to help her.

John: I think I have an idea.

Rafe: You must be exhausted.

Sami: I forgot how pregnancy can really wear you out.

Rafe: Tell me about it.

Sami: What did you say?

Rafe: I was just saying if you want to go change in the bathroom, go ahead.

Sami: Oh. I'm not gonna leave the door open.

Rafe: Okay. No funny stuff, then.

Sami: Okay. I promise. Hey, um, listen...Rafe, thanks again for not making that call. I really appreciate it.

E.J.: I've nearly managed to put you to sleep.

Nicole: No, no, it's -- it's this pregnancy. It's way more exhausting than I ever imagined.

E.J.: Mm-hmm, that and some kiddy cosmos. How many of those did you end up having?

Nicole: Ooh, four or five.

E.J.: That's quite a sugar crash. Maybe next time, we should cut you off at three, eh?

Nicole: Mm.

E.J.: Listen, why don't you let me take you upstairs and tuck you into a nice, warm, comfortable bed?

Nicole: No, I don't want to get up. I'm comfortable right here.

Rafe: Sami.

John: Selected a private investigator. They're gonna help us track down whoever killed the mayor and shot at Samantha.

Kayla: Stephanie told me that she hasn't seen much of you lately, that you haven't really been yourself since Melanie came to town.

Melanie: Well, Nick didn't tell me about any Willow. What happened to her?

Maggie: She died.

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