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Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 11/12/08 - Canada; Thursday 11/13/08 - U.S.A.

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Lexie: So, Theo, what do you want to do today? Any ideas, hmm? We can go to the playground or the zoo or the merry-go-round. You name it. I'm all yours today. Okay. Why did you do that? Did something upset you? Sweetheart, honey, honey, answer me.

Theo: No!

Lexie: Okay. Oh, okay, okay. All right, okay, okay. It's okay. Sweetie, we'll just go home.

Theo: No, no, no, no! No! No! No!

Chelsea: Lexie, can I help? Lexie. Hey, buddy. Hey.

Maggie: Oh, good morning, Nicholas.

Nick: Aunt Maggie. I didn't know you were back.

Maggie: Got in late last night. Didn't want to wake you.

Nick: Welcome home.

Maggie: Good to be home. [Chuckles]

Nick: How was the, uh, convention?

Maggie: It was so wonderful. Mickey and I go some great ideas for Chez Rouge. I mean, we're gonna be greener than ever.

Nick: So, wait. Is, uh -- did Uncle Mickey already leave for work?

Maggie: He's in New York on business.

Nick: Oh.

Maggie: Yeah, he left yesterday afternoon.

Nick: You should have gone with him. You know, you might have -- you might have had some fun.

Maggie: Well, yeah, sure. I mean, I love that city, but I had to get back to work.

Nick: Speaking of which, I should probably get back to work, too. Excuse me.

Maggie: Nick, wait. We need to talk.

Nick: What about?

Maggie: Melanie. I didn't expect she'd still be here.

Nick: Is that a problem?

Maggie: Actually, it is.

[Knock on door]

John: Too early?

Marlena: Uh, no. I just wasn't expecting to see you this -- but you know what? Come on in.

John: I'm just following up on last night.

Marlena: Last night?

John: I have selected a private investigator. He'll be meeting us here this morning.

Marlena: Someone's coming here?

John: Yes, they're gonna help us track down whoever killed the mayor and shot at Samantha. Once we find him, no more witness protection for your daughter. Problem?

Marlena: No. No, I-I -- no. Gosh, just for a moment, you sounded like you... [Knock on door]

John: That's him now.

Marlena: Oh! Brady! Oh! Oh! Oh, my goodness! Oh, my goodness! Look at you!

Kayla: [Humming] Hey, Maxwell.

Max: Uh, you got a minute?

Kayla: For you, absolutely.

Max: Um, so, I'm guessing Stephanie told you about our breakup.

Kayla: Is that want to talk to me about?

Max: No. I want to talk to you about my family and how I've been treating you.

Kayla: I don't understand.

Max: I just -- I just wanted to say I'm sorry.

Marlena: I had no idea you were coming by. You should call me.

Brady: I thought I'd surprise you.

Marlena: Well, it's such a wonderful surprise. [Giggles] John... it's Brady. Your son's home.

Brady: I went to see you first. The doorman at the hotel said that I just missed you, and I had no idea you'd be here. It's great to see you, Dad.

John: Yes.

Brady: How are you doing?

John: Not much has changed since we spoke on the phone. Listen, Blondie and I were in the middle of something.

Brady: Okay. No, no, no, no. Forget it. I can come back.

Marlena: No, no, no. The discussion we were having we can always pick up later.

John: Yes, whatever you say.

Marlena: Whatever I say? What about what you say? John... your son is home.

Chelsea: Theo, Theo, hands down. No hurting yourself, okay?

Theo: No! No! No! No!

Chelsea: The farmer in the dell, the farmer in the dell, hi-ho, the derry-o, the farmer in the dell, the farmer takes a wife, the farmer takes a wife yeah, you like my awful singing, don't you? He's one of my very few fans. Come on, let's go sit by Mommy, okay? Come on.

Lexie: It's a good thing came along when you did.

Chelsea: You want to play with your truck now, Theo?

Lexie: Um, I should, um, try that. Singing, I mean, when he has a tantrum.

Chelsea: Well, as I'm sure you know, I just recently learned, um, children with autism have unusual sensitivities to music.

Lexie: Yeah, yeah, I read that. I just never thought to apply it. Listen, I want to thank you for all you've done for Theo. He's lucky to have you.

Chelsea: Lexie, I know I tell you this all the time, but, really, I feel like the lucky one. I love working with him.

Lexie: And he loves you, obviously.

Chelsea: Yeah, that's your truck, huh?

Lexie: Sweetheart, show Chelsea how the truck opens up and --

Theo: No, no! No! No! No! No! No! No! No! No! No!

Kayla: I'm sorry. You want to apologize --

Max: To you. That's right. To you. I mean, we had that conversation before I went to France about how we weren't related by blood, but all my family was here in Salem.

Kayla: You know, I know I said that, but come on. You needed to go find your sister. I'm glad that you did.

Max: I know, but I hurt a lot of people in the process -- you and Ma and pretty much everybody I've known since I was a kid.

Kayla: You know what? You didn't hurt anybody looking for Melanie. I mean, if we were ambivalent at all, it was because we were worried that you were gonna be hurt, and you have been.

Max: Well, I'll be fine.

Kayla: Of course you will be. I'm just sorry that, you know, it hasn't been a happier time for you.

Max: Yeah, well, don't be sorry. I mean, it's for the best.

Kayla: The best?

Max: Yeah, it's time to move on in life and in love.

Maggie: I was under the impression that Melanie was only gonna stay for a day or two while Mickey and I were gone.

Nick: Yeah, that's actually what I thought, too, but, I mean, she doesn't have anywhere else to go. She's broke. I mean, she's been through so much between Marseille and what happened with her dad and being harassed by the police.

Maggie: Yeah, well, that's what concerns me because wherever she goes, trouble seems to follow.

Melanie: Hi, Mrs. Horton. Welcome back. How was your trip?

Maggie: Uh, lovely. Thank you, Melanie.

Melanie: No, thank you for letting me stay here.

Maggie: Oh, uh, well, I hope you're comfortable.

Melanie: I am. This place is very -- well, your home is very cozy and welcoming.

Nick: [Chuckles]

Melanie: And don't worry. I won't be -- I won't be any trouble. You won't even know I'm here.

Nick: That's true. She's very low-key. Now, if you two lovely ladies will excuse me.

Melanie: Where are you going?

Nick: I just got to run a quick errand. I won't be long. Great to have you back, Aunt Maggie. Be nice.

Maggie: [Hums] [Door closes]

Melanie: Well, I'm just, you know, gonna go get dressed.

Maggie: Not so fast. Um...as long as you're gonna be staying here, Melanie, we should get a few things straight.

Nick: Okay, maybe you don't understand, nurse. I'm in a lot of pain here. I'm dealing with a gunshot wound. You know what? You know what? Just -- if you can't phone it in for me, I'll find somebody who will. Thank you.

Marlena: I was a little worried about you when I hadn't heard from you, and so I called your counselor and he said everything was fine, but you were in some sort of an outpatient program.

Brady: Yeah. I spent the last six months working on a farm outside Vienna. [Chuckles] I tell you, I thought rehab was tough.

Marlena: Yeah. John, coffee?

John: None for me.

Brady: It was -- it was good. It was good for me, though. I mean, it was manual labor. It gave me some time to think.

Marlena: Yeah. John, will you sit with us, please?

Brady: My...my addiction hurt a lot of people -- not just Chloe and me, but family and friends, and I knew when I was finished, the first place I had to go was home to make amends and -- which is why I needed to see my Dad first.

John: I have to go.

Marlena: John.

John: I don't want to miss my appointment.

Marlena: I thought they were coming here.

John: Well, things have changed. I need to set up something... more private.

Marlena: Fine, all right, well, thanks for coming by.

John: Welcome home.

Brady: Thanks. [Door closes]

Marlena: I'm so sorry.

Brady: No, don't be. I knew what the deal was coming in here. I just hoped there had been some improvements since I last spoke to him.

Marlena: Well, there has been.

Brady: I'll have to take your word on that one.

Marlena: Look, he just takes a while to warm up -- I mean, his own brand of warming up to people that are unfamiliar to him. That's all.

Brady: I guess we should be grateful that he's alive and he's healthy.

Marlena: Brady, I should tell you something. Your father seems to be ill.

Dr. Whitaker: Nick.

Nick: Hey, there you are, finally.

Dr. Whitaker: So, what's going on?

Nick: Well, I tried to get a refill on my meds from your nurse, but she wouldn't give it to me, so I'm hoping you will.

Dr. Whitaker: So this would be for the pain medication.

Nick: Yes, it's gotten very, very bad.

Dr. Whitaker: Well, sorry, Nick, but I can't refill your prescription until I re-examine you.

Nick: But you saw me last week.

Dr. Whitaker: Well, why didn't you ask me then?

Nick: Because I was trying to tough it out, but it's gotten a lot worse, as I said. In fact, it's pretty much unbearable.

Nurse: Excuse me, Dr. Whitaker, um, they need you in trauma.

Dr. Whitaker: Thank you. I'll do it this one time, Nick. It's only gonna be for half.

Nick: Okay. Um, but what if I need more? I mean, half isn't gonna last me very long.

Dr. Whitaker: That's the idea. This is all you're getting until I see you again.

Nick: Okay. Thank you, doc. I'll make an appointment.

Kayla: Hey, Nick. How are you?

Nick: Good. Um, I'm actually in a big rush, though, okay?

Kayla: Wait, wait, wait. What -- are you all right?

Melanie: Is something wrong, Mrs. Horton?

Maggie: Let's just say I was surprised when I got the message from Nick asking if you could stay with us.

Melanie: It wasn't my idea. And Nick, he wouldn't take no for an answer. But don't worry. I mean, if you're worried that you know, Nick and I are...we're not. We're not. We're just friends. See?

Maggie: Well, he gave you a ring.

Melanie: Oh, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no. It's, um -- it's a friendship ring. He gave it to me for my birthday. It means a lot to me since he's my only friend.

Maggie: Nick has a very big and generous heart. And sometimes that's to his detriment.

Melanie: I'm -- I'm sorry. What is that supposed to mean?

Maggie: Well, there was another young girl [Chuckles] that he befriended not long ago. Willow. Yeah, she didn't have very many friends, either.

Melanie: Okay. Why are you telling me this?

Maggie: Because he went to extraordinary lengths to help her, too. And all she did was take advantage of him.

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

Maggie: She died.

Chelsea: Hey, Theo. Theo, look at me. Nobody's trying to take your truck away, okay? But you know what would be fun? I have a great idea. Why don't you show us how the truck moves? Do you want to do that?

Lexie: What am I doing wrong, Chelsea?

Chelsea: Lexie, you're being too hard on yourself.

Lexie: I think he senses my impatience.

Chelsea: No, I'm sure that that's not it.

Lexie: Well, then, why does he respond so much better with you?

Chelsea: I'm not his mom. Kids act out more when they're around their parents. That's a universal truth. Because, instinctively, he knows that you're gonna love him no matter what.

Lexie: Yeah, well, that's certainly true.

Chelsea: You know, um, I could actually use some time with Theo. It would cheer me up.

Lexie: Well, are you saying that, um --

Chelsea: I could take him to the playground, you know, and you're more than welcome to come with us if you want, or you can go to the Brady Pub and have some coffee and relax. Whatever, it's up to you.

Lexie: I guess I'll go to the pub for a little while. Um, I think Theo likes being just with you.

Chelsea: Lexie, you're his mom. You are the most important person in the world to him.

Lexie: Thank you for saying that.

Chelsea: It's the truth.

Lexie: Sweetheart, Mommy will be back in a little while, okay? Chelsea's gonna take you to the playground. Sweetheart? Honey, will you look at me? Honey, please? Okay, um...you, uh, call me if you need me, okay?

Chelsea: Of course. And you just call me when you're ready to pick him up.

Lexie: I will. Thanks.

Chelsea: All right, Theo, you want to go play on the swings? Come on, let's go. Grab my hand. All right, let's go.

Melanie: I'm sorry. She -- she died?

Maggie: She fell. She hit her head. It was an accident.

Melanie: Oh, my God.

Maggie: Terrible tragedy. It was very upsetting to h as you can imagine.

Melanie: Okay, so you said he tried to help her?

Maggie: He did everything he could, riding to her rescue, but in the end, he was the one that got burned. And I'd hate to see that happen again.

Melanie: I have no intention of hurting him, Mrs. Horton.

Maggie: Good. Because if you do, you'll answer to me.

Nick: I just came by to see my doctor, get a refill on my prescription.

Kayla: Nothing serious I hope.

Nick: Oh, no. It's just my old war wound acting up again.

Kayla: Still feeling pain in that shoulder?

Nick: It comes and goes.

Kayla: Mind if I take a look?

Nick: Uh, no. Not at all. I didn't get very much of them. I guess that stuff can be addictive?

Kayla: Very quickly, in fact.

Nick: Yeah, well, I don't take that much of them, just every once in a while.

Kayla: I hope that's true. You have to be really careful with this.

Nick: Definitely. I better get going, though.

Kayla: Um, you know, Nick, are you sure there's nothing else wrong? I mean, Stephanie told me that she hasn't seen much of you lately and, um, that you haven't really been yourself since Melanie came to town.

Nick: That's crazy. I'm the same old Nick. It's everybody else who's changed.

Brady: Ill. Well -- he seemed fine just now.

Marlena: I know. He's been having episodes -- headaches, seizures.

Brady: Oh, my God.

Marlena: Kayla ran a C.A.T. scan on his brain and came back with some abnormal results.

Brady: "Abnormal results"? What does that mean?

Marlena: We don't know. We would have to do more tests.

Brady: Well, what's the holdup?

Marlena: He will not accept any more treatment.

Brady: Why? Why would he not want to get treatment?

Marlena: He's afraid of doctors. He's afraid of hospitals.

Brady: After what was done to him in Stefano's lab, right?

Marlena: Mm-hmm. I think he has another fear also. I think he's afraid of what might turn up if they look at him too closely.

Brady: Can you try to convince him?

Marlena: I have. He wouldn't even do it for me. That's the reason I went ahead and filed for divorce. If he's not willing to help himself to get better, to be who he was, I have to move on.

Brady: So you went through with it? The divorce?

Marlena: I did. He's not the man that I married. He's not the man that I love. It's just that simple.

Brady: Still, I mean, you can't give up on him, right? I mean, there's always a chance.

Marlena: Oh, Brady, I'll never give up on him. I just realized that I can't -- I can't do it alone.

Brady: Let me help. Let me help, please.

Max: Melanie? [Chuckles] You okay?

Melanie: Yeah, like you care.

Max: [Chuckles] What is it this time? Your latest living arrangement blow up in your face?

Melanie: No. And you couldn't be more wrong. Nick's been amazing. He's been acting more like family than you ever have.

Max: Listen, there's a reason for that.

Melanie: Yeah, there is. He believes in me.

Max: He more than believes in you, Melanie. He told me flat-out that he's in love with you.

Nick: Hi.

Maggie: You're home.

Nick: Yeah.

Maggie: Did you get what you needed?

Nick: Kind of. Is Melanie around?

Maggie: No, she went for a walk, which is good because I'd like to talk to you before I leave for work.

Nick: About Melanie? Why? Did something happen?

Maggie: I, um, put her on notice.

Nick: You what?

Maggie: Well, I warned her not to hurt you. That's all.

Nick: That's all? My God, Aunt Maggie, I'm not 5 years old, all right? You didn't need to tell Melanie not to hurt me. She's a good person. I know her. She's just been hurt a lot herself. [Cellphone rings]

Maggie: Excuse me. I have to take this. Yeah, no, you did the right thing. Listen, of course, if they can't guarantee organic and we have to go elsewhere -- what's this? I'll call you back. Nick, um...what are you doing with these pills?

Kayla: [High-pitched voice] No more monkeys jumping on the bed.

Lexie: [Chuckles] Well, look who's here. Hi, Kayla.

Kayla: Hey.

Lexie: Hi, Joe. Oh, my goodness. He's getting so big.

Kayla: I know. Just like his Pop, he likes to eat. [Both laugh]

Lexie: I thought you were working today?

Kayla: Oh, it's my half-day. So I picked up Joe and I thought we'd come by here and grab a bite to eat. Hey, you want to join us? Well, that is, if our dear first-lady elect can work us into her schedule.

Lexie: Oh, well, I'd love to, darling. [Both laugh]

Kayla: Please.

Lexie: I can't stay long. I'm just going to get some coffee. I have to get back to Theo.

Kayla: Where is he?

Lexie: He's at the park with Chelsea. I planned on the two of us spending the day together, you know, just me and my little boy, but it didn't work out that way.

Kayla: Did something happen?

Lexie: Unfortunately, nothing unusual. Theo had a meltdown, I tried to calm him, but I'm just not as skilled at that as I wish I were. Luckily, Chelsea came along and saved the day. I know I should be grateful to her, but, uh...

Kayla: But what?

Lexie: Sometimes I feel like Theo would rather be with anyone but me. I think it's because he senses that I'm anxious when I'm around him, that I feel guilty that he has this disorder.

Kayla: You know this is not your fault.

Lexie: Intellectually, I do. Autism is random. We don't know what causes it, only that it afflicts 1 in 150 children. I know that in my head. But in my heart, I feel like there's something I could have done to prevent it, Kayla. Like there's something I should be able to do now to change it, to make it go away.

Kayla: You and Abe are doing everything you can. There is not much more you can do.

Lexie: I've wanted so long to have a child, and I just always assumed that being a good mother would come naturally to me.

Kayla: And it does.

Lexie: No. No, it doesn't. I'm impatient. I'm selfish. I'm not a good mother, Kayla. You know what? I'm terrible, in fact.

Melanie: I'm, uh -- he's in love with me?

Max: Are you really that surprised?

Melanie: Well, yeah, obviously. Well, come on, I mean, I knew he had a crush on me, maybe.

Max: Ooh. Ooh, I see you're sporting some new bling. Let me guess.

Melanie: It's a -- no. It's a friendship ring that he gave me for my birthday.

Max: Oh, yeah, of course. 'Cause I give all my friends rings for their birthday.

Melanie: Yeah.

Max: Yeah.

Melanie: What do you want, Max?

Max: I want you to do the honest thing for once, okay? I want you to give the ring back to Nick, and I want you to leave him alone and stop leading him on.

Melanie: I'm not leading him on. And I'm sick and tired of everybody thinking I'm just this scheming bitch.

Max: Oh, okay, so you're telling me that you're in love with him, too, then? Hmm?

Melanie: W--

Max: Yeah, that's right. That's what I thought.

Melanie: I got to get going.

Max: Don't you dare hurt him, okay? You hear me?

Melanie: Loud and clear, big bro.

Maggie: Answer me, Nick. Why are you taking these?

Nick: Because...my shoulder's hurting. It's not a big deal.

Maggie: It is a big deal, Nick. They're highly addictive.

Nick: Only if you take them for a long time.

Maggie: Which you have, obviously. You hurt your shoulder weeks ago, months ago.

Nick: Can we not freak out about this?

Maggie: You were on this medication when you were arrested, weren't you, for drunk driving?

Nick: What? Oh, my God. Aunt Maggie, I can't believe you're asking me that.

Maggie: You were, Nick.

Nick: Don't look at me like that. I can't stand it when you look at me like that.

Maggie: Nick, wait. Listen, I think I have a little experience with addiction here, being a recovering alcoholic.

Nick: Just save it, Aunt Maggie, all right? How many times are you gonna say it? You're worried. The pills are addictive. You've been there. You've done that. Blah, blah, blah.

Maggie: [Chuckles] Well...you've never spoken to me that way before.

Nick: First time for everything.

Maggie: I was just trying to help. That's all I was doing.

Nick: I know that, all right,  I was a jerk, okay? I'm in a lot of pain, and sometimes I have a temper, and I'm sorry. Will you ...forgive me?

Maggie: Just promise me you'll take care of yourself.

Nick: I promise.

Maggie: Um, I have to get to work. We will, um... ...we'll talk about this later.

Nick: No. We won't talk about this later, Aunt Maggie. 'Cause Melanie and I are getting the hell out of here and taking a little trip.

Melanie: We're taking a trip?

Lexie: Thanks.

Kayla: I am not going to let you beat yourself up over this.

Lexie: I'm not a patient person, Kayla, and that's what my little boy needs.

Kayla: No, what Theo needs is love first and foremost. Sure, every child needs our patience and our forbearance because it gets really difficult sometimes even if our child doesn't have special needs.

Lexie: That's exactly what I'm saying.

Kayla: Let me finish. You know, there are times that all of us fail in this way.

Lexie: Somehow I just can't picture you ever failing.

Kayla: Well, then, you don't have a very good imagination. You know, let me give you an example. When Stephanie was a baby, she was colicky and she cried all the time until, finally, I was crying. That's how much patience I had. And the only person who could comfort her was my Mother. And even though I was so grateful, I have never felt more inept in my entire life.

Lexie: Mm-hmm. When did it change?

Kayla: When Stephanie finally got older. She stopped crying. I mean, stopped continually crying. And I think I started to have a little faith in myself as a mother. And I started to realize that maybe -- maybe I couldn't comfort her always the way she needed it. But I think I felt that in her heart, she knew that her happiness was everything to me.

Lexie: Theo knows. He must.

Kayla: He feels your love. It's in his heart. It will always be there.

Chelsea: Hey, Theo. Look who's here.

Max: What's up, guys? [Chuckles] Uh...

Chelsea: He wants you to give him high five.

Max: Oh, right, yeah. If you give me one, you got to give it back, though. Oh, right! Way to go, man! How you doing? I didn't know you were watching him today.

Chelsea: Yeah, just for a little bit. Uh, Theo, do you want to play with your truck while we wait for your mommy?

Max: [Chuckles] So, I see he's, uh, lifted your spirits.

Chelsea: Yeah, he tends to do that. And just for the record, you did that last night, too.

Max: Oh, well...

Chelsea: Sorry for being such a mess.

Max: Just glad I was there.

Chelsea: Me too.

Max: Mm-hmm. So, have you, uh -- have you seen Kate? How's -- how's she doing?

Chelsea: No, she's not allowed to have visitors yet. Maybe tomorrow. How are you?

Max: I just had another run-in with Melanie, but other than that...

Chelsea: Is she still staying with Nick?

Max: Yeah.

Chelsea: Well, I wish I could talk some sense into him.

Max: Yeah, you and me both. But, uh, I don't know. He's just so wrapped up in her, he can't see straight.

Chelsea: It's pretty predictable what's gonna happen, huh? She's gonna end up breaking his heart even more than I did.

Nick: I didn't know you were back.

Melanie: Do you talk to yourself a lot or...

Nick: I was just -- just thinking out loud. You know, now that Aunt Maggie's back, it might be a good time to get out of town, you know? Maybe go up to the Green Mountain Lodge.

Melanie: I don't think that would be a good idea.

Nick: No, come on, come on. We can build a fire and take a dip in the hot tub.

Melanie: No, Nick, I don't think so.

Nick: I'm sorry I pushed.

Melanie: No. Well, no, Nick --

Nick: You know what? I need some fresh air.

Melanie: Well, way to go, Mel. Way to push away your only friend. [Sighs]

Brady: Just tell me what I can do. Really, no, anything.

Marlena: I don't know. Maybe just try to stay close to him. That might help.

Brady: How's that gonna happen? I mean, he couldn't wait to get away from me just now.

Marlena: Oh, well, we'll sort that out. But right now, go back to the hotel, get your things, and come over here.

Brady: Wait, Marlena, you don't have --

Marlena: Don't even go there with me. I insist. I would love to have you stay here. I've got lots of room. And it also might help John to see you more as family.

[Knock on door]

Marlena: Oh, I'm sorry, sweetie.

John: Well, I met with my contact. He's on the case. So you're still here.

Brady: Afraid so. You better get used to it, Dad, because I'm not going anywhere.

John: Stay, go -- whatever. It's your call.

Marlena: John, this might be a good time to spend a few minutes together, get reacquainted.

Brady: Yeah, we could go to lunch. No big deal.

John: I'm sorry. My agenda is very full. Perhaps another time.

Brady: Sure. Another time.

John: I'll be in touch. [Door closes]

Marlena: Are you okay?

Brady: Sure. I'm fine. It's just that I'm a stranger to him. He doesn't even know me anymore.

Marlena: That will change.

Brady: Maybe.

Marlena: What were you thinking?

Brady: There was just a part of me that was hoping that when he saw my face...

Marlena: Oh. I know. It must be so painful being dismissed by your dad. But you know what? You're my family, too. And I am so glad you're here. Not just because I love you so much, which I do, I think that it will be good for your dad, too. I think one day he's going to look into your eyes and he's going to see some part of himself. Then he'll be back. That'll happen. It will, it will, it will.

Kayla: You know, I have a bit more experience as a mother, so this has given me a little wisdom.

Lexie: I say a lot of wisdom.

Kayla: You know, I read this quote once that said, "there's no way to be a perfect mother, but a million ways to be a great one."

Lexie: Mm. I like that. I'll try to remember it.

Kayla: Theo is very lucky to have you and Abe in his life.

Lexie: No, we're the lucky ones. I mean, as much as I complain about the times that Theo doesn't listen to me and that he seems to reject me...there are times when he looks into my eyes and...my heart just melts. When I feel his love, I know he feels mine. Thank you.

Max: Come on, Chelsea, you know you didn't break his heart. Okay, maybe you did. But you didn't mean to, and the fact of the matter is that he survived and he's moved on.

Chelsea: Yeah, and I've pushed him right to somebody that's gonna hurt him even more than I did. What?

Max: No, I was thinking about Nick. Nick just gave Melanie a ring.

Chelsea: You're kidding.

Max: She said it was just a friendship ring.

Chelsea: Because Nick goes around giving all of his friends rings.

Max: I don't know what to think.

Chelsea: If this is what Nick wants and this is honestly what makes him happy, then...I wish him nothing but the best luck.

Max: Me too. 'Cause I have a feeling he's gonna need it.

Melanie: Maybe I can still catch him.

[Cellphone ringing]

Melanie: Nick's phone. Hello?

Maggie: Melanie? Is that you?

Melanie: Mrs. Horton?

Maggie: Ah, I'm trying to reach Nick.

Melanie: Nick just left. Um, I have his phone. Can I leave a message?

Maggie: Uh, yes, please. Uh, tell him to call me A.S.A.P. It's important.

Melanie: No problem. I'll write it down just in case we miss each other.

Maggie: Please don't forget.

Melanie: I'm doing it right now. Have a nice day. Nick.

Daniel: Do you have any questions?

Nicole: Actually, I do.

Daniel: Shoot.

Nicole: Sex.

Sami: Are you keeping something from me?

Brady: This should cover it.

Chloe: Brady.

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