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Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 12/16/08 - Canada; Wednesday 12/17/08 - U.S.A.
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Philip: Things are going to change? What are you talking about?
Melanie: I'm talking about my newsworthy news. Guess where I just came back from.
Stephanie: The bus station? Finally get that one-way to Canada?
Melanie: And it makes jokes, too. Really, Philip, she's a keeper.
Philip: What's your news, Melanie?
Melanie: Okay, so, I just got back from visiting my friend Nick.
Philip: In jail?
Melanie: Right. Bummer, I know. Being in jail's a big time suck, but he's making the most of it. And, uh, you know that alternative-fuel project of his?
Philip: What about it?
Melanie: He's fixed it. Got the kinks out. Yay, Nick! Come on, Ph-- Philip, this is awesome news. I mean, Titan's gonna finally be able to get the ball rolling.
Philip: Yeah, but Nick's not going to be able to enjoy one cent of that money -- not while he's in jail.
Melanie: I know. I know. Well, I'm not in jail.
Stephanie: What's that supposed to mean?
Melanie: Nick signed over the project to me.
Stephanie: He what?
Melanie: And you would be a fool to ignore me now, Philip.
Bo: Yeah, she just went down. Heh. Pretty wiped out from all the sledding. No, no, I sat and watched her. Fancy Face, I am taking it easy. No, I'm not gonna take a nap. I am fine. I fell, I hit my head, but now I'm fine. I will. I will. Love you, too, Fancy Face. [Child screams] Ciara.
Chelsea: All right, Theo, wait till you see this tree. It's ginormous. It's even bigger than last year. Max, are you okay?
Stefano: Oh, yes, I am aware that I canceled initially, Dr. Heisman, but I, uh, have changed my mind. You see, I want to re-enlist your services. That's correct. I want you to be the primary obstetrician for the mother of my future heir.
E.J.: Hang up that phone, Father.
Nicole: Oh. Hey.
Daniel: Hey, Nicole.
Nicole: Dr. Jonas.
Daniel: Oh, O.B. appointment?
Nicole: Oh, no. No, actually, I was just -- I was visiting Chloe.
Daniel: Oh, well, she's gonna be tied up for a while.
Daniel: Uh, no, we're just running some tests.
Nicole: Well, I guess I'll just -- I'll come back later.
Daniel: Nicole, I don't want to pry, but is there a reason you missed your last couple prenatal checkups?
Nicole: Uh, oh, gosh. You know what? Man, when I don't write stuff down, it goes [Whistles] right out my head, you know? Poof! Guess that happens with us pregnant women, huh?
Daniel: Yeah, well, you know what else happens with pregnant women?
Daniel: Doctors' appointments. And, you know, you're already here, and I've got some time, so why don't I check you out right now?
Nicole: You, uh -- you want to do a checkup now?
Nicole: You -- you see, the thing is, um, I have to get Pookie to the groomer's in like 20 minutes, so what I'll do is I'll call and I'll reschedule, okay? Would you tell Chloe I stopped by?
Daniel: Nicole, why are you avoiding these appointments? You know it's important for you, for the baby.
Nicole: Of course. I'm not an idiot.
Daniel: No, not at all. But you are very edgy and nervous. What is wrong, Nicole?
Stephanie: Nick wouldn't do that. He wouldn't just sign everything over to you.
Melanie: Would and did.
Stephanie: You're so full of it, Melanie.
Melanie: And you are like a little fly buzzing around my head.
Stephanie: Could you get her to leave, please?
Melanie: Why would he want me to leave? This is really important stuff, Steph. Oh [Chuckles] say that five times fast. Stuff, Steph. Stuff, Steph. See, it's hard.
Philip: I don't get it. I mean, why would Nick -- he doesn't have the legal right to sign the shares over to you without an attorney. And why would Mickey Horton support anything that benefits you?
Melanie: Ooh, he definitely wouldn't, but here's the deal -- turns out Mickey -- not the only lawyer in Salem. Weird, right?
Philip: [Sighs] So, you mean that --
Melanie: I mean my very clever friend Nick hired a new guy who's working on the paperwork, and it's a done deal. Signed, sealed, delivered to yours truly. Oh, come on, guys. Don't be such a buzzkill. This is awesome news. All of Nick's hard work has finally paid off.
Stephanie: For you? I would say that is the exact opposite of exciting.
Melanie: Stephanie, that is no way to talk to your superior.
Stephanie: My what?
Melanie: I'm thinking corner offices and really good parking and an assistant. Two assistants.
Stephanie: Do you believe this?
Melanie: And I think we should eight-six the internship program. I know, I know, right? Who's gonna restock the fridge? But the interns we have now -- clueless with a capital "C." What do you say, partner?
Stephanie: Say something, Philip.
Melanie: I mean, now that, you know, I own most of the rights to the alternative-fuel project, I'm gonna have a lot more say when it comes to Titan.
Stephanie: Maybe get her to shut the hell up.
Melanie: So I guess you're stuck with me.
Philip: [Chuckles] I don't get stuck with anyone. I call the shots, and as of now, you are out on your ass. [Chuckles]
Bo: Hey, Abe. Come on in.
Abe: I almost turned around and went back to the office.
Abe: Come on, Bo.
Bo: Well, it's not like we're going behind Hope's back.
Bo: You don't want to stay here, fine. Take off.
Abe: You know, all I'm saying is when someone tells you to relax, they usually infer that they would prefer you not to work.
Bo: You know what? Fine. Bad enough Hope is treating me like an invalid. I don't need a lecture from you. I fell last night. I hit my head. It hurt for a while. Now it doesn't. I'm fine.
Abe: No, you're not, Bo. Now, something's going on. You better tell me what it is.
Bo: Just f-- feeling a little cooped up in this place, that's all.
Abe: It's more than that.
Stefano: Dr. Heisman, are you still there? Yeah, no, no, no. It was just my son. He was talking to somebody else, you see. Now, I want to -- what the hell is wrong with you?
E.J.: I told you to hang up the damn phone.
Stefano: How's that? Is that better?! Does that help you?! You don't come in here with your insolence and hang up the phone on me. I am your father, you damn fool. And I own this place, this house, that phone. You don't come and hang up a phone on me like that. What are you turning this into?
E.J.: I'm not turning this into anything. You're being a control freak and a bully, not that that should be any surprise to anyone.
Stefano: I know what is good for my grandson.
E.J.: No, you don't! We told you we do not want to see Dr. Heisman. I thought Nicole made that point perfectly clear. And yet you appear to have not one iota of respect for her life or our baby.
Stefano: This is a very risky pregnancy.
E.J.: I know that. Thank you. But it's not your pregnancy. So until such time as you have your own high-risk pregnancy to worry about, I suggest you stay the hell out of ours.
Stefano: [Chuckles] You're not as witty as you think, Elvis. You know that, don't you?
E.J.: I'm not trying to be witty. I'm trying to show you what an ass you're being. And I'm shocked, actually, because I thought Nicole made that point rather clear.
Stefano: Dr. Heisman happens to be the best there is. Don't you want the best for your child, you fool?!
E.J.: Of course. And I trust the mother of my child to know exactly what is best for my child. And if you hope to have any part in said child's life, I suggest that you start treating us with a little bit of respect.
Daniel: Everything's wrong? Nicole, I am your doctor.
Nicole: No, stop, stop, stop. I-I didn't mean that. Well, I did mean it, but -- this is not about me. This is about you.
Nicole: You're Victor's Godson. God only knows what you're reporting back to him.
Daniel: That's what this is about? You're accusing me of breaching confidentiality?
Nicole: I don't mean to offend you, okay? I just feel like this is a conflict of interest. I just would be more comfortable seeing another doctor.
Daniel: Well, I'll give you some names.
Nicole: That really won't be necessary because I already found one.
Daniel: You did? Here? Right at the University Hospital?
Nicole: No, no, he's not affiliated with this hospital. And, you know, a couple weeks ago, when I had that scare, he saved my baby's life. He's a miracle worker.
Daniel: Well, I'm glad you found someone you like.
Nicole: Me too. And, again, no offense to you.
Daniel: No, no offense taken. So, um, who is he?
Nicole: Well, what do you mean? Like, his name?
Daniel: Yeah, got to give him your medical records.
Nicole: Well, you know, actually, um...I'm gonna be seeing him later, so why don't you just give me the records? Save you some trouble.
Daniel: No, you know, it's no trouble at all, Nicole.
Nicole: Well, if you send him the records, it's gonna take a couple of days, right? And -- and if he's gonna check me out this afternoon, then he should probably have the charts right in front of him. Right?
Daniel: Right. I'll get them for you.
Nicole: Thank you.
Melanie: What part of this aren't you getting? This project is a gold mine.
Stephanie: Didn't you hear him? He's not interested.
Melanie: Okay. Then he's an idiot. And if you want to sit there and watch me take the project to another company, that's totally fine. You can let your competition earn the profits, okay?
Philip: How'd you do it, Mel?
Melanie: Do what?
Philip: How did you manipulate Nick into signing over the rights?
Melanie: No manipulating involved, actually.
Stephanie: I'm sure you just laid it on with a trowel. "Oh, Nick, baby, I miss you so much. I just can't wait to be together again."
Melanie: The funny thing is, none of that happened. You see, Nick had already decided to sign it over to me before I even got there, and if you don't believe me, you can go ask him yourself.
Philip: I will. I'm gonna go see him right now.
Melanie: Sweet. Do it.
Philip: And when I see him, I'm going to expose you for the liar that you are. And I'm gonna get him to change his mind about signing over the rights. And there's nothing you can do about it. Once he knows the truth, he'll change his mind.
Max: Chelsea, what are you guys -- you didn't -- you didn't think I was gonna --
Chelsea: No, no, no. No, of course not. I just -- well, we didn't except to run into you, did we?
Max: Ah. What's up, little buddy? I like your jacket.
Chelsea: We were, uh, heading to Salem Place to see the tree lighting.
Max: Oh. Cool.
Chelsea: You should come with us if you want, you know -- if you're not doing anything.
Max: Uh...I, uh...
Chelsea: Is -- is that the box that your dad gave you with the little toy dog in it?
Max: Charlie, yeah.
Chelsea: What are you doing with it at the pier?
Max: Was debating whether or not to set him free.
Chelsea: But I thought that you'd made peace with your father -- I mean, well, with his memory. You said that you didn't want him to have power over you anymore.
Max: Yeah, that's what I said. Don't look at me like that.
Chelsea: Like what?
Max: Like you think less of me because I'm hanging on to all this anger. I can't keep Charlie because it reminds me of him.
Chelsea: Max, I am the last person to pass judgment on you. I think that you need to do whatever gives you peace of mind.
Abe: So, what's going on?
Bo: That's the thing, Abe. I...I don't know. It's -- it sounds kind of out there.
Abe: What, I'm gonna judge you?
Bo: Well, yeah, you might.
Abe: Tell me.
Bo: All right, um... I was looking at the tree earlier, you know, just looking at the tree, and then all of a sudden, I hear this kid crying -- screaming, really.
Bo: No, I ran up, and, uh, she was sound asleep.
Abe: Maybe she was having a nightmare.
Bo: No, no, it wasn't -- it wasn't her. I'm sure of it.
Abe: What about the TV?
Bo: Hasn't been on all day. Here's the thing, Abe -- this -- this kid sounded like they were in trouble. I mean, it sounded like their life was in danger.
Melanie: Everything that is brown or beige has to go because this is my work space and I want it bright and fun and stimulating. I'm thinking white leather couch and pinball machine and give me one of those Andy Warhol prints. Hang it up right there. A-list that for me. And I want us to put out a nationwide search for my, um, new secretaries, but in the meantime, call the temp agency and get someone to cover until we can find someone a little more permanent. [Clears throat] Shouldn't you be writing this down?
Stephanie: What's the point? It's all gonna be over in a blink of an eye. As soon as Philip talks to Nick, you're gonna be out on the street looking for the next poor guy to seduce and manipulate.
Melanie: Oh. This coming from the intern who got caught making out with her boss?
Stephanie: I did not make out with Philip.
Melanie: Ooh, louder, Steph. There's someone in accounting who didn't hear you.
Stephanie: I did not make out with him.
Melanie: You know, I never really would have pegged you for the kind of girl who tried to sleep her way to the top.
Stephanie: You little...ugh!
Melanie: And you certainly moved on from Max quite quickly. Of course, he's just a lowly bartender, whereas Philip -- guy's got money in the bank.
Stephanie: You're the gold digger, Melanie, not me.
Melanie: It's kind of gross watching you drool over Philip. It's a little embarrassing and cringe-worthy. And the way you dress, I feel like you should apply for a job at, like, Hooters or something. There's an idea! It's not gonna work, Steph. Philip's not gonna fall for your lame come-ons, okay? He's, um -- he's smarter than that.
Stephanie: Oh, you know what? He is smart, all right -- smart, successful, hot, and cute, and you just can't stand that he and I get along. You're insane with jealousy.
Philip: Hey, Nick. Good to see you.
Guard: No contact.
Nick: He's fun, isn't he?
Philip: Thanks for seeing me.
Nick: I'm guessing you talked to Melanie.
Philip: I did. I understand you worked out the kinks, finished up the project.
Nick: Had a lot of time on my hands. [Clears throat] Look, I know why you're here, Philip. You're upset because I signed over the rights to Melanie, but I owe it to her.
Philip: You don't owe her a damn thing, Nick. Look, if Melanie has any kind of power, we're all in trouble. She will be a major headache. I can guarantee that -- worse than a major headache. She could screw it up -- no patent, no distribution.
Nick: Don't you think you're exaggerating just a little?
Philip: If you want to sign the rights away, do it to someone else who will benefit -- your family, charity, whatever. I don't care. Melanie is a succubus.
Nick: A lot of people are gonna benefit from this, not just Melanie. We're gonna breathe cleaner air. We're gonna save money on fuel. It's a win-win.
Philip: In theory, yes. But we may never see those benefits if Melanie is attached.
Nick: I understand you. I get the point.
Philip: I don't think you do, Nick. Look, whatever you thought you were gonna gain by signing over the rights to Melanie, it's not gonna happen. She used you, Nick, and she's gonna keep using you. Come on, man. You're smarter than this. I mean, look, your life right now -- it's tough. I know. But don't let your obsession with Melanie make life tougher for everybody else.
Dr. Baker: Nicole?
Dr. Baker: What are you doing back here?
Nicole: Somebody needs to work on their bedside manner.
Dr. Baker: Look, I really don't have time for this.
Nicole: Oh, that's okay. This will just take a few minutes.
Dr. Baker: What is this?
Nicole: My medical records from university hospital.
Dr. Baker: What do you want me to do with them?
Nicole: You're going to pretend to be my obstetrician.
Dr. Baker: The hell I am.
Nicole: Well, that's a disappointment.
Dr. Baker: I need you to leave.
Nicole: Oh, come on. It's Christmas. Don't be such a Grinch.
Dr. Baker: I'm not gonna compromise my job. I already compromised my ethics by not telling the father you lost the baby. Now you want me to further debase myself by playing your doctor?
Nicole: I was gonna help you, remember -- with those alimony payments, those greedy three ex-wives, the kids, those pesky college tuitions?
Dr. Baker: Yes. The thing is, you didn't help me. We never got a chance to discuss the details before your boyfriend walked in.
Nicole: Yeah, that was bad timing. But that's why I'm back -- so we can pick up where we left off and -- I don't know -- come up with some sort of plan.
Dr. Baker: But this time it's about playing your doctor, lying to other doctors, lying to so many people.
Nicole: Mm, that's why I'm willing to sweeten the pot.
E.J.: We are not gonna play by your rules. This is my family, and I get to decide what is best for them. Why are you smiling?
Stefano: Well, this, uh... assertiveness you seem to have found -- I...I like it.
E.J.: [Chuckles] Great. I have work to do. If you'll excuse me.
Stefano: There's something else, also, Elvis. I, uh -- I want you to know that I-I do trust you to be the father of my future heir. Oh, I know that you mock me for using that word, but, you know, if the truth were known, it kind of captures the, uh -- the meaning, the gravitas, the seriousness of what it means to me to be a father, a grandfather. I mean, it makes me feel as if, well [Chuckles] my legacy continues.
E.J.: I've heard all that before, Father.
Stefano: If it will make you happy, I will try to stay out of your affairs. Now [Chuckles] I can't promise anything because I don't think I'm very good at it, but at least I will try.
Nick: It's not like that, Philip. I'm not obsessed with Melanie anymore. I'm off the drugs. My head is clear.
Philip: Then why the hell did you sign those papers?
Nick: Because I owe it to her. I destroyed her life. I think it's the least I can do.
Philip: You still feel guilty. I understand that. But you've owned up to what you did.
Nick: And that's supposed to make everything better? I should have owned up the night that I killed Melanie's dad, but I didn't. I sat back, and I let everybody else take the blame so that I could get closer to her. She was vulnerable, and I used her, and I'll never forgive myself. No, don't try to talk me out of this, Philip, because there's nothing you can say to make me change my mind.
Melanie: Think I'm jealous of your flirtationship with Philip?
Stephanie: I have work to do, Melanie.
Melanie: Okay, first of all, yes, Philip is hot, all right? But a couple of dimples are only gonna get a guy so far. And second of all...there's just not that much that I need to be jealous about. I hate to break it to you, honey, but he is just not that into you.
Stephanie: What is this, Melanie -- junior high?
Melanie: Hey, I'm just trying to help you out before you make a bigger ass of yourself.
Stephanie: It's killing you, isn't it? Philip actually cares for me as a person, and he can give a damn about you.
Melanie: Well, you wouldn't be saying that if you saw us a couple weeks ago in my bedroom. Did I just say that out loud? Bad Melanie!
Stephanie: Do you mean, did you just make that up out loud?
Melanie: I don't think I'll ever forget that night. I doubt Philip will, too. I was being falsely accused of murder, freaking out about my Dad, and Philip was there to comfort me.
Stephanie: You're such a liar, Melanie.
Melanie: That was a really special time with Philip. I just don't think I'd ever lie about it.
Abe: Have you heard this before -- this screaming?
Bo: Yeah, last night when I came home from the hospital. I was just sitting here looking at the tree, and all of a sudden... I've never had something like this happen to me before.
Abe: Was Hope around?
Bo: No, she was in the kitchen.
Abe: So she didn't hear anything?
Bo: No, and I-I haven't told her yet. You're the first person I've talked to about this. So, what do you think? Am I losing my mind?
Abe: Bo, you might want to consider going back to the hospital. It could be that that bump on the head was more than a concussion.
E.J.: Dr. Jonas.
Daniel: Ah, E.J., how you doing?
E.J.: Good. Listen, you haven't seen Nicole, by any chance, have you? I think she's turned her cellphone off. She said she came here to see Chloe.
Daniel: Well, she was here, but she left about a half-hour ago.
E.J.: Damn it. All right.
Daniel: Is something wrong?
E.J.: No. Well... I'm trying to give her a heads-up about my Father. He has this obstetrician that he wants her to see. She made it very clear that she wants absolutely nothing to do with him. You probably know all about this. You're her consultant.
Daniel: Well, not anymore.
Daniel: No, Nicole decided to go with another doctor.
E.J.: Did she? Did she?
Daniel: And she did not discuss that with you?
E.J.: No, she did not. Um, would you happen to know who it is?
Daniel: Well, whoever it is, he's not on staff here. All Nicole said was that this guy saved her baby's life and, well, called him a miracle worker.
E.J.: I see. Thank you, doctor.
Daniel: Well, good luck.
E.J.: Thank you.
Dr. Baker: When I first agreed to keep the truth from the baby's father, I wasn't thinking.
Nicole: I hate it when that happens.
Dr. Baker: You mentioned... alimony, my children's tuition. It was tempting to just have that all be taken care of.
Nicole: But it's not tempting anymore.
Dr. Baker: No. It's not. I've thought better of it. I want no part of it. Good luck to you, Nicole.
Nicole: Oh, you know, you're gonna need a little of that luck, too, doc. When E.J. finds out the truth -- you do realize he's a DiMera. You lied to him and told him the baby was healthy.
Dr. Baker: You're not serious?
Nicole: Oh, I'm serious. Now, the way I see it, if E.J. finds out the truth now, you're gonna be in a lot more trouble than me. In fact, you will probably lose your medical license, and that's nothing compared to what will happen once Stefano DiMera's through with you. Just -- just a little something to ponder. You okay, doc? You look a little pale.
Dr. Baker: I'm pondering. I can be convinced to lie for you -- again -- under one condition.
Philip: I tried everything, Steph. I tried everything. Damn it!
Stephanie: I'm sorry, Philip.
Philip: I mean, guy's in his own world, I swear. I mean, he wouldn't budge. Saying, "I owe Melanie this. It's the least I can do." I don't know what else to do.
Stephanie: I guess you'll find a way to work around her.
Philip: I don't even want to think about that right now. I got enough on my plate. Any messages while I was gone?
Stephanie: Uh, yes. Uh, your secretary called. Your 3:00 has been moved to 5:00. The caterer called. Mr. Bratton stopped by. These need your signature. And one more thing -- did you sleep with Melanie?
Chelsea: We should probably talk about something else.
Max: Right, right, right. Yeah. So, tree lighting, huh? It's gonna be awesome. I did that when I was a little kid. You know, my big brother Bo -- he took me, and Santa was there and all the elves were there. And everyone got a candy cane. [Gasps] What's that? Can I give it to him?
Max: Do you want it? I got it from one of the bell ringers. What, did you want one, too? I mean...
Chelsea: You're really good with him, Max.
Max: I -- probably because I'm a big kid myself still. But, uh, you -- you're -- you know, you're, uh -- he loves you. You have this amazing way with him. It's great.
Chelsea: I don't know about that.
Max: Come on. Just take the compliment. Geez.
Chelsea: All right.
Max: I mean, he's -- you know, kids love you. You're gonna be a great mom someday, too. I'm telling you. Oh, my God. I'm -- I'm sorry. I didn't -- I didn't mean --
Chelsea: No, it's -- it's fine. It's not like I'm the only woman in the world that can't have her own kids. And, you know, I'm not even anywhere near that phase in my life anyway.
Max: Right, right.
Chelsea: Besides, you know, I could always adopt.
Max: Definitely. Definitely. You can -- you can follow in the footsteps of Brad and Angie.
Chelsea: I was thinking more of, like, Shawn and Caroline Brady.
Max: No, but, seriously, any kid would be lucky to have you as a mom.
E.J.: Hello. Could you tell me if Miss Nicole Walker is there, please? I'm supposed to be meeting her. I'm stuck in traffic. She is? No, no, no. There's no message. Thank you.
Nicole: Okay, let's hear it. What do you want?
Dr. Baker: $750,000 cash, up front, unmarked bills.
Nicole: [Laughs] You got to be freakin' kidding me. $750,000. I don't have that.
Dr. Baker: The DiMeras do. It's pocket change to them.
Nicole: Oh, oh, okay. I'll just go home and check under the sofa cushions -- see what they got.
Dr. Baker: It's funny. You offered me money the last time you were here. What happened? Did you get killed in the stock market?
Nicole: That is totally unreasonable.
Dr. Baker: $750,000. Not a penny less.
Nicole: I just -- I-I can't.
Dr. Baker: All right. Then there's not a hell of a lot I can do for you.
Chelsea: Well, I suppose I should probably have a guy in my life before I start going out adopting kids.
Max: Yeah. How's that going for you -- the guy thing?
Chelsea: Oh, it's fantastic. No, I've got like millions of them just pounding at my door.
Chelsea: Right now, Theo's my main man.
Max: Right. It's hard, though, huh -- being alone for the holidays?
Chelsea: Yeah, I mean, it can be awkward going to Christmas parties by yourself.
Max: Nosy relatives. "So, Max, do you have someone special in your life?"
Chelsea: Oh, my God. How annoying is that?
Chelsea: Like, if you didn't have someone special, you wouldn't tell them?
Max: [Laughing] Yeah.
Chelsea: Well, maybe you wouldn't.
Max: Yeah, probably not. Probably not.
Chelsea: I don't know. I was thinking maybe I'll give up on the whole guy thing and get a dog.
Max: There's no issues with dogs.
Chelsea: Mnh-mnh. [Laughs] You don't have to worry if they'll call you back or text you back.
Max: Right, right. There's no worrying in general. They just -- they -- they just do.
Chelsea: So, speaking of dogs, have you decided what you're gonna do with Charlie?
Max: I don't know. I mean, it's... I hate to part with him, you know, but...I mean, these memories, they're just --
Daniel: M.R.I.'s normal. No swelling. No sign of a tumor.
Bo: That's good. What do you think we're dealing with here?
Daniel: It could be any number of things. Um, how's work going? You under a lot of pressure?
Bo: Yeah, kind of nonstop.
Daniel: Well, one word, Bo -- stress. I think that's the problem here.
Philip: No. Of course I didn't sleep with Melanie. Why would you say that? Oh, my God. Did she tell you that? What did she say?
Stephanie: She implied that you two were together.
Philip: And you believed her?
Stephanie: No. I mean, not really.
Philip: Stephanie, come on.
Stephanie: I'm sorry. I know. I know she is a liar. It's just when she told me, I got all these thoughts in my head, and...I know I shouldn't let her get to me like that. I just -- I couldn't help it, Philip. I guess a part of me is just still a little bit insecure around you.
Philip: Hey, hey, hey. There's no need to be insecure.
Stephanie: [Chuckles] Easy for you to say.
Philip: Easy for me to fix.
Philip: Like this.
Melanie: Hello! Did you guys miss the memo? Office relationships -- big-time no-no.
Stephanie: I've got some copies to make.
Melanie: Hold on, hot lips. If this is gonna be a conflict of interest -- you kids working so closely together -- maybe Stephanie should be my intern.
Chelsea: He said Charlie's name. I don't believe it.
Max: Hey, Theo, do you -- do you like Charlie? I mean, it just so happens he might be looking for a new home. So...he's all yours.
Daniel: You got to lower your stress level, Bo. Now, I'm not gonna presume to tell you how. I'm guessing you'll figure it out.
Bo: Yeah, I think I can do that. Thanks.
Daniel: Look, I know it's tough to cut back on the hours. You got a big job, obviously. But if you could at least try to relax on the weekends, maybe get some exercise, that'd be helpful. Try to watch the caffeine, the alcohol.
Daniel: I guess I did presume after all.
Bo: No, no, no. Don't worry about it. I appreciate it. Thanks.
Daniel: Well, if this is still happening in a couple weeks, just come back and see me.
Bo: Yeah, will do.
Daniel: All right. Take care.
Bo: Yeah, you too.
Paramedic 1: What do we have?
Paramedic 2: Kid's unconscious.
Paramedic 1: What's his B.P.? This child's not breathing.
Stephanie: I'd quit before I ever worked for you.
Melanie: See? So, she's not a team player.
Philip: You haven't even been here a week, so stop acting like you run the place.
Melanie: Maybe not yet. But who knows what the future will bring, right? Speaking of, how'd your sit-down with Nick go? Did he change his mind? Sweet. Looks like I'm getting that corner office after all. You have the list, right? Go on. Get going.
Philip: Don't talk to her like that.
Melanie: I'm sorry, Philip. Does the office slut have special kickbacks --
Stephanie: How dare you talk to me like that? You were the one who was bragging about having sex with Philip.
Philip: Yeah, but that never happened, did it? Because I'd rather stick my hand in a garbage disposal before I slept with you. I don't want your project. Take it. And I definitely don't want you.
Nicole: Don't you think E.J. will be a tiny bit suspicious if I ask him for $750,000?
Dr. Baker: It's not my problem.
Nicole: All right, all right. Can't we work out some sort of payment plan, like $1,000 for the next 750 years?
Dr. Baker: I don't have time for this.
Nicole: Okay, okay. Dr. Baker, please, please. There has got to be some other option.
E.J.: Nicole. What the bloody hell are you doing here?
Rafe: My identity's been compromised.
Sami: You're stuck in here with me through Christmas?
Rafe: It means it's time to get you a new guard.
Marlena: Is everything all right?
John: I need your help, Blondie.
Nicole: You're clearly a DiMera, and the DiMeras should be feared.
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