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Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 12/2/08 - Canada; Wednesday 12/3/08 - U.S.A.
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Provided By Eric
Proofread By Niki
Sami: Bringing back a lot of memories?
Rafe: Yeah. But I had no patience for this place at first. I came in here with a chip on my shoulder, cynical, angry.
Sami: Until Sister Agnes got ahold of you.
Rafe: She whipped me into shape.
Sr. Theresa: Colleen. How nice to see you again.
Sami: Uh, hi. Hi. Sorry. I hope I'm not bothering you.
Sr. Theresa: Of course not, dear. And who is this gentleman?
Sami: Oh, this is Ryan. Ryan, this is Sister Theresa.
Rafe: Nice to meet you.
Sr. Theresa: A pleasure.
Sami: So, I was wondering if we could continue our conversation from yesterday. Is there a private place you and I could speak?
Rafe: Private? Forget it. I'm not leaving your side.
Kayla: Hey, Marlena.
Marlena: Hi, Kayla.
Kayla: Are you looking for someone?
Marlena: Well, I was hoping that John would -- would be here. Yeah, he would be with an older man, but I --
Kayla: Well, I haven't seen him, but I've only been here a few minutes. Is everything all right?
Marlena: Oh, sure. I just wanted to, uh, talk to John about something.
Kayla: You know, Marlena, I'm John's doctor. I know that he's very private about his condition, but if there's been a change or there's something different, don't you think I should know about it?
Marlena: John has agreed to see someone. It's an old professor of mine.
Kayla: Well, that's a good thing, right?
Marlena: Yeah. It will be if he agrees to follow through.
Charlotte: John, I'm fine with this -- moving our meeting here. But I'm just wondering -- was the pub not private enough? John?
John: My appointment was with Dr. Kenneth Taylor. You don't look like a Kenneth to me.
Charlotte: That was my Father. He passed away last month.
John: Yeah, tough break.
Charlotte: I will be taking on his case load, so if you do decide on therapy, it will be with me.
Nicole: E.J., I know you're worried, but the doctor's just gonna tell you the same thing I already told you.
E.J.: Oh, here he is now. Dr. Baker, thank you. I appreciate you taking the time to see me again.
Dr. Baker: Yeah. I see you brought Miss Walker.
E.J.: Yes, I did. So feel free to discuss any of the details of the case with me. And I would like to know everything about this scare that Nicole had.
Dr. Baker: Is that all right with you, Miss Walker?
Nicole: Yes. Tell him everything.
E.J.: Thank you.
Dr. Baker: Why don't you wait in the exam room? And I will get your file.
E.J.: Okay. Thank you, doctor. Hey, and thank you, too. I know that you don't think this is necessary, but it's just gonna give me some peace of mind, okay? I just want to hear the doctor say that everything's okay, that I can relax, that our baby's thriving, and that you're fine. Then I'll be happy.
E.J.: Are you all right? You seem nervous. You're not having another twinge or anything, are you?
Nicole: No. No. I just -- I hate doctors. I can't even watch "E.R." [Inhales, exhales deeply] I wonder what's taking so long.
E.J.: Hey, come on. I realize this pregnancy's had some complications, but everything is basically okay, right?
Nicole: Actually, E.J... things are far from okay.
John: So you're the only other shrink in all of Salem?
Charlotte: No, of course not.
John: Did your old man die suddenly?
Charlotte: No. His health deteriorated over the illness came as a surprise to a lot of people. He was a very private man. He didn't even want a funeral or an obituary.
John: Funerals are overrated. I had one last year.
Charlotte: Anyway, when the office contacted me about your case, I did try to call you. Things are just a little chaotic right now. I'm sorry if there was confusion.
John: The story of my life.
Charlotte: I am up-to-date on your file, so shall we get started?
John: Anything new on the mayor's killer?
Steve: I'm sorry, man. Almost every lead's turned out to be a dead end.
John: I see. So that means Samantha's still a target.
Sami: Uh, Sister Theresa, would you mind giving us a moment to talk?
Sr. Theresa: Of course, dear.
Sami: What the hell -- I mean, what the heck is the matter with you?
Rafe: I'm just doing my job.
Sami: Your job? I just want to talk to the nun in private.
Rafe: Okay. About what?
Sami: The whole point is that it's private. Why would I tell you?
Rafe: Because I brought you here, and I need to know.
Sami: Oh, why? Why? For my protection?
Rafe: Yes, for your protection.
Sami: Okay. I want to talk to her about spiritual things.
Rafe: Yeah. "Spiritual." You a Madonna?
Sami: I am a catholic, for your information. I'm a practicing catholic. I go to mass.
Rafe: Oh, let me guess. Christmas and Easter?
Sami: How dare you judge me. And what makes you so damn -- darn -- perfect?
Rafe: If you want to talk to the sister, I'm going to be there.
Sami: You would follow me into the confessional, wouldn't you? I just want five minutes. You can wait right outside.
Rafe: Forget it.
Sami: I'm not gonna try anything.
Rafe: Why is this so important to you?
Sami: It just is. Please.
Rafe: No. No. Okay? I have already risked way too much. I can lose my job over this, you know?
Sami: How are you gonna lose your job? Nobody knows this is happening.
Sami: She doesn't even know our real names.
Rafe: Oh, okay. I guess we're safe then.
Sami: She is a sweet, innocent nun.
Rafe: Okay, what part of "no" didn't you understand?
Sami: Look at her. She's gonna find out that we're up to something.
Rafe: How do you figure that?
Sami: Because she knows that I want to talk to her in private. And if you're butting in, she's gonna get suspicious.
Rafe: You think so?
Rafe: Excuse me, Sister?
Sami: What are you doing?
Rafe: Can -- can you come here? Can I talk to you for a second, please?
Sr. Theresa: Is there a problem?
Sami: Uh, actually --
Rafe: You know, I -- Colleen here told me that she had come and met you, and I just can't tell you how much it means for me to be here right now.
Nicole: This is hard for me, E.J. -- Coming back here. Just bad memories, you know?
E.J.: I know, sweetheart. I'm sure, going through a scare like that. I should have been there with you. I should have been with you and not been on that bloody plane to Argentina.
Nicole: Okay, just don't blame yourself.
E.J.: No, no, no, no. You shouldn't have been alone.
Nicole: E.J., I want to tell you something.
E.J.: Look, just hear me out for a second, okay? I am so, so sorry that I let you down. You know, we were supposed to have a nice, romantic weekend together, and I get talked off into going on some stupid, pointless business trip to nowhere.
Nicole: This is not your fault. What could you do?
E.J.: I could have said "no."
Nicole: To your father?
E.J.: To my Father. To anybody. Darling, you and this child are my number-one priority. You're the most important thing in my life, and I give you my word -- I'm never going to leave you again. I promise. I just can't get it out of my head. Just imagining how frightened you must have been when you started bleeding.
Nicole: [Crying] What's happening?
Brady: You're gonna be okay. You're gonna be fine. We're gonna get you out of here. Come here. You're gonna be fine.
Nicole: Please don't let anything happen to my baby.
Nicole: Oh, I hate that lodge. I wish I had never stepped foot in that place.
Kayla: I heard about what happened the other day at your place.
Marlena: John almost killed somebody right in my living room.
Kayla: But he saved your life, right?
Marlena: I am profoundly grateful, but it was his expression, the look in his eyes.
Kayla: Well, how's he been with Brady?
Marlena: Distant, detached. I'm hoping that it'll get better, at least improve, if John does go into treatment.
Kayla: But you don't think he will?
Marlena: I don't know. He's been so reluctant, even resentful. I know that he feels manipulated. But if anybody can help him, it's Dr. Taylor.
Steve: I still got one contact to follow up on. I got to tell you, it doesn't look promising.
John: Keep looking.
Steve: I will. I just don't want you to get your hopes up. I gave Blondie my word. I don't care what it takes.
Steve: Who's the woman?
John: Keep me posted.
Charlotte: Are we ready to begin?
John: Aren't you gonna ask me what that was all about?
Mary: Mr. DiMera, this just came for you.
Stefano: Ah, thank you, Mary. Where's Elvis?
Mary: I don't know, sir.
Stefano: Check and see if he's upstairs, please.
E.J.: So...you don't want to go back to the lodge?
Nicole: No. I can't.
E.J.: Okay. I-I don't understand. I mean, you know, there are a lot of amazing places to go away, but...I was going to make reservations there for another weekend.
Nicole: Didn't you hear me? I can't go back there again.
E.J.: I-I did hear you, but why?
Nicole: Because it ruined everything.
E.J.: What do you mean, "it ruined everything"?
Nicole: This was supposed to be our first trip away together. I had all these expectations. A romantic dinner by the fire. Candles and music. Just the two of us -- no interruptions. We were gonna make love, and I was gonna make you so happy.
Nicole: And then this -- this scare happened, and it changed everything, and now I can't -- I can't be with you anymore. I mean, not -- not until the baby is born.
E.J.: Well, we talked about that. It's fine, you know? I don't mind being patient.
Nicole: You don't understand. I have feelings for you that I have never felt before. And knowing that I can't express those feelings --
E.J.: But you can express those feelings. So can I. Think about it. I mean, we can lie in bed together. We can talk. We can make each other laugh.
E.J.: So we have to wait to make love. It's just gonna make it all the sweeter. And you know what?
E.J.: We don't have to wait that long. [Smooches]
Nicole: I want so much to believe you.
E.J.: Then do.
Dr. Baker: Well, I think we can get started now.
Nicole: Actually, doctor, we can't.
Rafe: This place, it -- it hasn't really changed much.
Sr. Theresa: You were here before?
Rafe: A long time ago. Did you know Sister Agnes?
Sr. Theresa: My predecessor. I was still in Dubuque when she was here. That was a long time ago. This place was still an orphanage then.
Rafe: Yes, yes, that's right.
Sr. Theresa: Colleen and I were just talking about that yesterday. Weren't we, dear?
Sami: Yes, yes. You didn't tell me you'd been to Dubuque. Do you ever go to the riverboat casinos?
Sr. Theresa: No.
Sami: Oh. Well, I was just wondering. Isn't it funny that they call them "riverboats," 'cause, really, they don't go anywhere?
Rafe: Hey, who the hell are you, huh?
Man: Get off me.
Sami: What are you doing?
Sr. Theresa: Let him go.
Man; Get off me!
Rafe: Who are you?
Sr. Theresa: Stop it, please! He's a friend.
Rafe: You know this guy?
Sr. Theresa: Yes. Please, take your hands off of him.
Man: What's your problem, man?
Rafe: I-I'm sorry, okay? I over-reacted, obviously.
Sr. Theresa: This is the Lord's house. That kind of behavior is not acceptable.
Rafe: All right. I'm sorry.
Sami: Look, look, he -- he was just trying to protect me, okay? He just has trouble with his temper sometimes.
Sr. Theresa: I can see that.
Rafe: We should go.
Sr. Theresa: Yes, you should.
Sami: No, we can't, okay?
Rafe: Come on.
Rafe: Come on.
Sami: Okay, uh, I'm sorry. I'm really sorry about this.
Dr. Baker: Is everything all right, Nicole?
Nicole: It's just, uh, I thought you would do a follow-up -- you know, make sure everything's okay.
Dr. Baker: I-I thought we did a checkup earlier.
Nicole: It'll just take five minutes, E.J. [Cellphone ringing]
E.J.: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have brought this in.
Nicole: Wow. It's your father. Could be important.
E.J.: What is it?
Stefano: "What is it?" Is that any way to greet your father, "what is it?"
E.J.: Okay, well, I'm sorry. I'm just gonna have to call you back.
Nicole: No. No. Uh, go ahead. Take it. We'll -- we'll do the exam while you're talking outside.
E.J.: Just one second, Father. I'm sorry. I want to be here for this.
Nicole: I know. It's really not necessary, not to mention I get a little self-conscious, so, please, go. Go on.
E.J.: All right. Okay?
E.J.: This had better be important.
Dr. Baker: Is, um, something going on?
Nicole: I, uh... I didn't tell E.J. about the miscarriage. And you can't, either.
Stefano: As I was saying, Elvis, our business in Argentina resulted in some rather interesting --
E.J.: Can we just talk about this later, please? I'm in the middle of something.
Stefano: "In the middle of something"?
Stefano: Who is not in the middle of something? I was in the middle of a sentence.
E.J.: Can we talk about this when I get home?
Stefano: We will discuss it now.
Dr. Baker: So you want me to...lie for you?
Nicole: Please. Just until I figure out a way to tell E.J. the truth. This baby meant everything to him. He'll be crushed. I need to find a way to break it to him.
Dr. Baker: I'm sorry. It would be unethical of me to lie for you.
Nicole: No, no, it wouldn't. It would be kind and helpful. Please. I do want to tell E.J. the truth. I just want to be stronger before I do it, especially since this is all my fault.
Dr. Baker: This is not your fault.
Nicole: Yes, it is my fault. I know why this happened. Because of my past -- because of all the horrible things I did.
Dr. Baker: No, listen to me. Look, I don't know you. I don't know what you did. But these things happen. I mean, they are random. They're most often caused by the fetus not being viable.
Nicole: No. No. Please. Will you just stop? I don't want to hear any more of your boring medical explanations. If I can't find a way to forgive myself, how can I expect E.J. to forgive me?
Dr. Baker: You know, the longer you put on this charade, the tougher it's gonna be for both of you.
Nicole: I already lost my child. And I know when I tell him, I'm gonna lose the man I love. Do you understand that?
Dr. Baker: I do... but I can't help you.
Steve: No, dude. No. Listen, man. Just give it to me straight, okay? You got nothing on the mayor's killer? Uh-huh. Well, not as sorry as I am. Shoot. [Exhales deeply]
Kayla: Shh! Shh! Shh! Shh! [Singing softly]
Steve: Hey, Sweetness.
Kayla: Shh! Shh! Shh! Shh!
Steve: Shh! Shh! Shh! Shh!
Kayla: I just got him asleep.
Steve: Why does that baby sleep so much?
Kayla: Well, he should, after last night.
Steve: Maybe it's the wine you're giving him.
Kayla: That's Marlena's.
Steve: Oh, Marlena's here?
Kayla: Yeah. We were just having a little chat about John.
Steve: I just saw John.
Charlotte: So, it says here in your file that Dr. Evans --
John: You're really not gonna ask me about that shady-looking guy with the eyepatch?
Charlotte: Does it relate to why we're here?
Charlotte: Then, no, I'm not.
John: I thought all you shrinks were nosy.
Charlotte: Well, I guess you've met the exception. Now, can we get back to why we're here? Dr. Evans believes that your behavioral problems stem from a lab experiment that was done against your will. Do you agree with that assessment?
John: Well, let's just say that I'm not the guy I used to be. But if Dr. Evans is implying there's something wrong with me, I do not agree with that.
Charlotte: Neither do I.
Rafe: I knew we should have never gone there.
Sami: It was a misunderstanding.
Rafe: It's just when I saw that guy, when he was coming towards you --
Sami: Yeah, you were just trying to protect me. You were just doing your job.
Rafe: Well, if I was doing my job, we would have never left here in the first place.
Sami: Don't worry about it. I'll go talk to Sister Theresa tomorrow and straighten things out, help her see reason.
Rafe: [Chuckles] You're -- you're not serious.
Sami: Well, she's a nun. She has to forgive you, right?
Rafe: You are serious. [Sighs] All right. Let me just make something very clear, okay, Sami? You are under no circumstances ever going back to that church.
Kayla: So, you saw John earlier?
Steve: Yeah. We had a little meet about the P.I. work I'm doing for him.
Kayla: So, what's the latest?
Steve: Well, there isn't really any good news, so don't mention anything when Marlena comes back. And here she is. Marlena, how's it going?
Marlena: Hi, sweetie. I must say that your baby is an absolute angel.
Steve: That's because he takes after his mama.
Kayla: Ha ha.
Marlena: I knew that already. You know, when Belle was small, if I didn't have her by the hand walking around, tried to put her in the stroller, whew, two minutes, complete meltdown. She was a little handful.
Kayla: Yeah, so was Stephanie. I think we got lucky this time. [Joe crying]
Steve: Ah, spoke too soon.
Kayla: I think he needs changing.
Steve: Let me take care of it.
Kayla: No, no. I'll do it. I got it. I'll be back.
Steve: That woman loves to change diapers.
Steve: So, I haven't seen you around much lately.
Marlena: You know what? I went to Colorado to visit Eric for a few weeks.
Steve: Yeah? How's he doing? Is he coming home for the holidays?
Marlena: I don't know. He has a chance to go see Austin and Carrie.
Steve: Oh. Switzerland or Salem -- tough choice, huh?
Marlena: Yeah. It's gonna be kind of a quiet Christmas this year. You know, the kids are all living their own lives, and...
Steve: I heard the divorce went through. I'm sorry.
Marlena: Don't be sorry about it.
Marlena: I think it might be for the best. Now that we're no longer married, John is a little more motivated to get himself well.
Steve: Because you won't take him back until he does, right?
Marlena: Whatever the motivation, I think he may be getting the help that he needs, even as we sit here.
John: Did you just say that there's nothing wrong with me?
Charlotte: It's not uncommon for someone who has gone through such profound trauma such as you to develop a different personality -- a type of amnesia.
John: Tell Blondie that.
Charlotte: It is also not uncommon for friends and loved ones to be very resistant to this change. They grieve for the person that they feel that they have... lost.
John: That sounds about right.
Charlotte: Sometimes -- most cases, actually, from what I've found -- these friends and loved ones can go to great lengths in order to bring the old person back, if you will, and sometimes they're successful...if the patient is cooperative.
John: You mean if he wants to assume his previous personality?
Charlotte: Exactly. If the patient has no desire, then it's kind of a lost cause.
John: So in that case, what kind of advice would you offer those friends and loved ones?
Charlotte: It -- it varies from case to case, of course, but, um, I guess I feel that if the patient has become very comfortable in who he or she is now, that that's valid, too. That should be respected. The patient should be deferred to.
John: Let me get this straight. If I don't want to change, you're okay with that?
Charlotte: It's your life, John. It's your decision.
E.J.: Damn it, Father, why is this always about you?
Stefano: About me? It is about your job, Elvis, your responsibilities, the future of this company.
E.J.: What about my life, hmm? When do I get to attend to that?
Stefano: Not when we have urgent business to take care of.
E.J.: Well, I'm sorry, but I'm in the middle of some urgent business of my own at the moment, so I can assure you it's much more pressing than anything going on at DiMera Enterprises.
Stefano: Why are you yelling, and what the hell is this emergency?
E.J.: I am at the doctor's with Nicole.
Stefano: The doctor's?
E.J.: There's been some complications with the pregnancy.
Stefano: Oh, my God. I-I hope it's nothing serious.
E.J.: I don't know. If your call hadn't demanded my urgent attention, I might have been able to get an answer about that!
Nicole: Look, Dr. Baker, if you don't do this for me --
Dr. Baker: Listen, I understand how difficult it must be.
Nicole: No, you don't understand. The second E.J. finds out I lost our baby, he will walk out on me.
Dr. Baker: He was the baby's father. He has the right to know.
Nicole: Yes, and I just need a few days to sort that out.
Dr. Baker: In the meantime, you want me to just, what, mislead him, lie to him?
Nicole: Well, technically, it's not a lie. It's just prolonging the truth.
Dr. Baker: [Sighs] I'm sorry, but I just can't do it.
Nicole: You know... I didn't want to do this, but you leave me no choice.
Dr. Baker: "No choice"? What are you talking about?
Nicole: Well, I wanted to cover all my bases, so I called a friend and had him do a background check on you. You seem like a pretty decent fella. Only you have a few skeletons in your closet, or should I say ex-wives -- three, to be exact?
Dr. Baker: Miss Walker, what exactly are you trying to stir up right now?
Nicole: That's a heck of a lot of alimony there. Hmm. Gosh. What's this? Five -- five kids in private school? Ouch. No wonder you're up to your eyeballs in debt. Geez, I wonder what other gems I'll uncover.
Dr. Baker: You want to blackmail me?
Nicole: Good heavens, no. That would be unethical. It's just a "I scratch your back, you scratch my back" deal.
Dr. Baker: This is crazy.
Nicole: How is this crazy? Dr. Baker, I can wipe out all those ugly debts in one fell swoop. All you have to do is one little favor. So, what do you say?
[Knock on door]
Dr. Baker: Come in.
E.J.: Hey. You all done?
Nicole: Uh, yeah, we are. Right, doctor?
E.J.: Okay. So, what's the verdict? How's our baby?
Steve: Yeah, yeah, yeah! That's the way to do it!
Kayla: Not so loud. Shh! Quiet.
Steve: Is he out again?
Kayla: That's what a clean diaper will do for you. Where's Marlena?
Steve: A patient called. She said she'd be right back.
Kayla: Isn't she just too much? Here it is, you know, her day off, and she's fielding work calls. She's an amazing woman.
Steve: You're pretty amazing yourself, you know that?
Kayla: You didn't think so last night when I didn't record your basketball game.
Steve: Who needs basketball?
Kayla: [Chuckles] Who are you, and what did you do with my husband?
Steve: You have any idea how sexy you look right now?
Kayla: You don't set the bar very high, you know?
Steve: Let's get out of here. Let's go home, put Joe down, get you all liquored up.
Kayla: Liquored up?
Steve: Light some candles, put on some Barry White.
Steve: What do you say, baby?
Steve: You want to do that? Yeah? Yes, you do. I know you do.
Kayla: Well, maybe, yeah.
Steve: Is anybody looking?
Sami: You have to let me go back to that church.
Rafe: I don't have to do anything.
Sami: This is all your fault.
Rafe: What isn't?
Sami: What do you mean? You're the one who attacked that homeless person. If you hadn't, none of this would have happened.
Rafe: Oh, my God, are you serious? You talk about a flip-flop. A minute ago, you said it was a "misunderstanding."
Sami: Yeah, well, this is so unfair.
Rafe: Yeah. You want to know what's unfair? Actually, I'll tell you what's unfair -- is you constantly trying to manipulate me.
Rafe: Yeah. [Imitates crying] "Gee, Rafe, I can't do this. I can't be here over the holidays away from my kids. Maybe if I could just go to the church and pray, do something spiritual, I'd feel so much better."
Sami: I really meant that. I meant every word.
Rafe: Well, maybe you did. But the fact of the matter is, I should have never let you leave this place or even go outside that door.
Sami: Oh, come on. You're talking about torture -- keeping me in here.
Rafe: Yeah. Maybe I am.
Sami: All right. You have to let me go back to that church. I have to see that nun again.
Rafe: Nun? What is it about Sister Theresa that is so important to you?
E.J.: So everything's okay with our baby, right?
Dr. Baker: Your baby's fine.
Nurse: I'm sorry to interrupt, doctor, but a young boy just came in. A snowmobile accident.
Dr. Baker: I'm right behind you. If you'll excuse me.
Nicole: Let's get out of here, huh? Come on. Let's celebrate. Kiddie cosmos on me.
E.J.: Nicole, don't be like this, please.
E.J.: Don't hide the truth from me.
Charlotte: Exactly. So, why don't you let me know what time works well for you? I'm pretty flexible right now.
John: Oh, I'm flexible, as well. I say the sooner we get started, the sooner I can get this over with.
Charlotte: I am really happy to see that you're taking this session with such an open mind.
John: Oh, believe me, if my mind is anything, it's open.
Charlotte: We'll find out about that.
John: You think you're good, don't you?
Marlena: Hello, John. Hi, there. I'm Dr. Marlena Evans.
Charlotte: So good to finally meet you. I'm Dr. Taylor.
Marlena: No, that's impossible.
Rafe: Why do you want to see that nun again?
Sami: I don't know. I just do. That's all.
Rafe: That's your answer? 'Cause that is very compelling.
Sami: Okay. You want to understand? You're not the only one with a messed-up childhood, okay? I had a rough childhood, too, and she reminds me of one of the nuns that I had in CCD class -- Sister Bridget. And she helped me when I was a kid, and I was definitely troubled. I was one of the "needs to work on her self-control" on my progress report.
Rafe: That's a surprise, isn't it?
Sami: Okay. Fine. If you don't want to hear it, don't listen.
Rafe: No, please. Carry on.
Sami: Okay. So, as I was saying, um, one night I had to stay late after CCD, and I was in trouble -- again -- and so I thought I was gonna get smacked with the ruler or, um, have to write lines on the chalkboard a million times. But Sister Bridget was in charge, and she said that wasn't her kind of punishment. She told me I was gonna have to work. So she took me across the street to the church, and... and I got to help her decorate the altar for Christmas. That was my punishment. It was really cool, you know? Being with her and spending that time like that. And after that, it became a tradition for me. Every year, I helped the nuns decorate the church for Christmas, and... I guess maybe that's why I went to the church -- 'cause I want that kind of familiarity right now, because I'm away from my home, away from my family. Can't you understand that?
Rafe: It is a very compelling story, but I am sorry. Your rendezvous with the nun is gonna have to wait until we capture our killer.
Rafe: I'm not gonna change my mind.
Sami: Oh, come on. How can you be so coldhearted?
Rafe: End of story.
Rafe: Heard that.
Sami: [Exhales deeply] Sorry, but my little reunion is gonna happen whether you want it to or not. It has to.
Nicole: Whatever's on your mind, we can discuss it on the way to the car, okay?
E.J.: Nicole, you've been acting strangely ever since we arrived.
Nicole: I told you -- this place brings back bad memories.
E.J.: You can stop pretending.
E.J.: Nicole, I know that you are more concerned than me about the health of our baby.
Nicole: I suppose. Call it maternal instinct.
E.J.: That's great. You know, I'm really happy that we can share that. But we just got some wonderful news, so can you please smile? Be a little bit relieved. Bigger smile. Bigger.
E.J.: This is great. You're healthy. Our baby's healthy. This is a blessing. Come here.
Nicole: Yes, it is. A blessing.
Stefano: I do not know the specifics, Dr. Heisman, but I do know that I want the very best for my future heir. No, no, no. Don't concern yourself about the details. Naturally, you're going to be well-compensated. As a matter of fact, my jet is en route to Zurich right now to pick you up. Yes. And as soon as you arrive here, I will arrange for a full examination with the patient -- the mother of my son's child.
Lucas: Are you sure you're happy?
Chloe: Yes. I really am.
Kate: I think you're putting too much pressure on yourself.
Daniel: This is only about you.
Stephanie: I got tested. I know it's probably a long shot, but you never know.
Philip: You never know.
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