Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 3/17/09 - Canada; Wednesday 3/18/09 - U.S.A.
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Provided By EricPhilip: Listen to me, Howard. The engineers are going to re-create that project.
Philip: I don't care if you lock them in a room. You tell them to do it. It's gonna get done. If you call me up with any more excuses, you're fired.
Stephanie: Philip, don't do this.
Philip: Do what?
Stephanie: Make yourself crazy. The project's gone. There's no way you can get it back.
Max: That's not right. I never leave it on -- oh, man. Damn it! Melanie! God!
Tony: Yeah, listen, parker, thank you very much. I'll give you a call later this afternoon.
Melanie: Hey, tony. Hi.
Tony: Well, good morning, Melanie. I didn't expect to see you here.
Melanie: I cashed my check.
Tony: Well, that's good. No trouble, I hope.
Melanie: No. Except... it wasn't very much, was it? I think I need more.
Brady: I wanted you to know something. I got through to Philip. He finally -- finally -- understands there's nothing going on between us, all right?
Brady: He is not gonna bother you anymore.
Nicole: Oh, that is -- that is great. That is great news, Brady.
Brady: One step at a time, right?
Nicole: Yeah. You -- you were so wonderful. I mean it. And -- and because of you, this is gonna be the best day of my life. Thank you so much. Honey.
E.J.: Brady. What are you doing here?
Nicole: Oh, I guess I forgot to tell you. I invited Brady to the christening.
E.J.: Did you?
E.J.: To a family affair?
Nicole: Well, Brady is family, and it's not a family affair anymore -- not if Sami's gonna be there.
Sami: Hey, so Allie's all set -- crayons, paper. She's good with Grandma. And, um, it's time we get to the church, right?
Sami: Why what?
Will: When Nicole and E.J. First asked me, it sounded pretty cool. But then I started thinking. Why are you going? I mean, that baby -- what's her name?
Will: Yeah. That's Nicole's baby -- not yours. And you hate Nicole. So why would you want to hang out with someone you hate?
[Woman speaking Japanese over intercom]
Ladies and gentlemen, at this time, our flight is making its final descent into Chicago O'Hare international airport. Please make sure your seat belts are firmly fastened and that all seats are in the upright position. Thank you.
Tony: Melanie, please don't take this the wrong way. I-I would love to help you, but I can't give you any more until things are up and running.
Melanie: See, I feel like $10,000 won't keep me going until things are up and running, and I've decided to give half of this to my brother.
Tony: Oh, well, that's very generous of you, but I still can't help you. In the meantime, I have a christening I've got to attend.
Melanie: Really fast -- I just, um -- where's my contract?
Tony: I told you last night.
[Sighs] The lawyers are still drafting it.
Melanie: I feel like a contract should be ready by now.
Tony: [Chuckles] You don't know much about lawyers, do you? Melanie, I appreciate the fact that you have taken this trust with me. I appreciate the fact that, if it wasn't for you, I wouldn't have the fuels project. I'm hoping that this project's gonna go really well, and if it does, I will reward you amply. But right now I can't.
Melanie: I knew it.
Melanie: See, you say you and your brother have nothing in common, but there is one thing.
Tony: What's that?
Melanie: You're both liars.
E.J.: Well, I just didn't think we had room for any more guests.
Brady: Excuse me.
Nicole: [Clears throat] So, uh, where's Johnny? He's not ready yet?
E.J.: No. Johnny's not feeling very well, so I suggested he stay here with Mary.
Nicole: Well, I'm sorry. I know how much you wanted...
E.J.: No, Nicole. I would like to have been informed that Brady was gonna be coming to the church with us today. Now, aside from the fact that I told you very clearly that I did not want you spending any more time with him... you are well aware that there is a tremendous amount of animosity between our families at the moment.
Nicole: I know. But I just assumed that I could invite a friend to my daughter's christening. I mean, if Sami's coming...
E.J.: Nicole, Samantha's not a friend. She's Johnny's mother.
Nicole: That's right. She is not a friend. She's not a friend to me or my daughter. She is no one. So why the hell is she gonna be there?
Sami: Okay. Yes, I hate Nicole, but I certainly don't hate her baby. And, anyway, Sydney is -- is -- is Johnny's half sister. Johnny's gonna be there. It is personally reasonable for Johnny's mother to attend the christening.
Will: Mom, when you hate someone, you hate everything about them.
Sami: Okay. So maybe that's normally true.
Will: Mom, you hate Nicole's guts.
Sami: Yes, I do, and I have admitted that, but that doesn't mean I have to hate her little, innocent child.
Will: Yeah, it does. Mom, I know you. The real you wouldn't even want to look at that kid. But every time it's around, you just -- you act so weird about that baby.
Sami: No, I don't. It doesn't have anything to do with Sydney. It's about -- about Johnny's dad. It's -- it's about E.J., And I'm -- I'm trying to, you know, make peace, okay? It's just a goodwill gesture.
Will: Yeah, we -- we both know that's bull.
Sami: No, it's not. Will, it's not -- we have to go.
Stephanie: Mr. Rinaldi's all nervous. We have to get these signed and faxed to New York by noon.
Philip: And now they will be. You can deliver them to him personally, and he can fax them himself.
Philip: Come right back. I'm not going in today, and I need somebody sane to talk to.
Philip: And I know what I'm doing is crazy... but I just can't accept the fact that the alternative fuels project is gone and --
Stephanie: You just don't want to admit --
Philip: That I failed? God knows that's what my dad thinks.
Stephanie: Well, to hell with him, then.
Philip: That doesn't sound like you.
Stephanie: Well, Philip, I think it's ridiculous that your own father is so hard on you. I mean, he is your dad, so he should try to understand. He should make you feel better about yourself, not berate you or humiliate you. It's ridiculous.
Philip: I'm used to it, Steph.
Stephanie: Has he ever been proud of you?
Philip: I don't know. I'll tell you a story. You know, my dad's all about results -- always has been. Even when I was a kid playing soccer -- and if we didn't win, it was... "Philip, where the hell were you on that corner kick? Were you daydreaming?"
Stephanie: How could he be so mean to his own son?
Philip: I stopped caring about what he thought, tuned him out. What's tearing me up is that I let all of this get out of control, you know?
Stephanie: You mean the project?
Philip: Everything. The business, all that crap with Melanie. My whole damn life. Yesterday I was even thinking I deserve to lose Titan.
Stephanie: Philip, don't talk like that.
Philip: You're right. That's not me. I've got to prove my dad wrong. And like I said, I'm a winner... and I'm going to win this.
Stephanie: Look, whatever happens at Titan... I don't care. Like I told you last night, I fell in love with the Philip that's human and caring and kind...and really cute. I fell in love with the Philip who I can't get enough of, who's always enough for me.
Philip: Thank you. You know what the problem is?
Philip: That Philip isn't enough for me -- never will be.
Melanie: You're just like E.J., Just like Philip, just like my dad.
Tony: Excuse me?
Melanie: Lots of smiles and empty promises and then nothing. Tony, I'm not some weed that you can just pick up and throw away, all right? I want -- I need more money. Speaking of smiles... you have a lovely one. It's a pity the greed in your eyes ruins the entire picture.
Melanie: I need 10,000 more dollars and a contract in my hand by tomorrow.
Tony: I'll tell you what. We're gonna have this conversation another time -- maybe in a couple of weeks -- when you learn to calm down. But you have to excuse me now, because I have a christening to attend to.
Melanie: Hey, bro, what's up?
Max: Melanie, you get down here now -- right now -- and you better have that envelope with you. You got me?
E.J.: So, what is this, hmm? Some kind of tit for tat? The priest starts chatting about the christening. Somehow Samantha winds up getting invited. So you have to go and invite somebody I don't like?
Nicole: Oh. It's okay, sweetheart. Come here, my little sweetheart. Come here. Mommy's here. Oh, yes. Yes. Mommy's here. Mm-hmm. Likey the blankie? Hey, look. Daddy's here, too. Yeah.
E.J.: She's fine. Don't be silly.
Nicole: I know. She's perfect. E.J., you know, this day isn't about fighting. It's about celebrating.
Stefano: Aha. Aha. Aha. Guarda la bella famiglia... tutto insieme.
Stefano: Huh? Huh? That's a perfect picture, huh?
Tony: That's lovely.
Stefano: Well, anyway... it's about time that this christening takes place, huh? Because, you know, to christen a DiMera child -- it's a tradition in our family that's gone back now for centuries, eh? The naming of the child, the claiming of the child as our own. Huh? All under the protection of God.
Nicole: It's okay. It's just grandpa.
Stefano: Why are you crying? You know, from today on -- today, you are now a DiMera. Huh? Now and forever more.
Sami: Look, I just have to say something, okay?
Sami: You're right. I have been acting weird, um, lately, and I have been definitely weird about Nicole's baby, and --
Will: No kidding.
Sami: I just -- I've been through a lot lately, you know? I mean, I was on the run, afraid for my life. I was separated from my family, from my kids. And, um, I guess I'm still sort of dealing with all that emotionally, you know?
Will: Mom --
Sami: So, look -- let me finish. I -- none of that matters. What matters is that I love you, and I hope you know that. I have always loved you, no matter what's been going on. You and -- and Johnny and Allie. And -- and no matter what happens in the future, no matter how weird I am or how disappointed you are in me, I will always love you.
Will: Mom, I'm not disappointed in you. That's a stupid word, anyway. But... I-I know you love me. And I love you, too. Come on. Can we go?
Sami: Uh, you know what? I've been acting weird, and you're right, and I think I'm gonna stop acting weird right this second. I'm not gonna go to the christening.
Will: Mom, are -- are we going or not?
Max: You know, I just -- I-I wish I could -- I could like finally understand what was going on in your head for once.
Melanie: [Sniffles] [Exhales deeply] It's over.
Max: What is?
Melanie: Everything. This is -- this is all we have left. That's your half. [Cries softly]
Max: This is all we have left?
Max: So if this is half of it, then you sold the plans for 10 grand. Who'd you sell them to?
Melanie: Tony DiMera.
Max: Tony DiMera?
Melanie: Uh, yeah. It's pretty stupid, right? I got ripped off all three times.
Max: So wait. Tony -- tony aced you out, too?
Melanie: Yeah. You can count on it.
Max: But he gave you 10 grand, though, didn't he?
Melanie: Yeah, but -- I don't have a contract. He said they're still writing it, which means that he lied to me. I'm a piece of work, huh? I always think I can play with the big boys, and then I always end up a loser.
Max: Why couldn't you have just let things calm down? I mean, if you had waited a few months or something, I would have given you the blueprints. Why did you have to just steal them and go out and sell them?
Melanie: Why do you think, Max?! That project is all I have. I have nothing. I have no future, I have no man, I have no job!
Max: Stop saying that!
Melanie: It doesn't ma-- look... [Sniffles] Nick gave me that project so that I could make something of myself in this world, and I screwed it up, because I wanted money.
Max: Well, now it's gone.
Melanie: Yeah, I know. I know. And now all we have left is that stupid check. [Inhales, exhales deeply]
Max: Look, take it.
Melanie: No, Max.
Max: I don't want -- I'm not gonna cash it, anyway. Just take it. Maybe it can help you just last for a while or something.
Melanie: Unless -- unless...
Melanie: ...I c-- I can do something.
Max: Come on, Melanie. You can't take on tony DiMera.
Melanie: No, it's okay. Maybe I don't have to.
Max: No! Melanie! Whatever you're -- whatever you're thinking, don't do it. Melanie! Mel!
Nicole: Wow. We are way early.
E.J.: I know. We've got plenty of time.
E.J.: You know, why don't you stay here? I'll go and find father matt. Okay?
[Smooches] Mia's baby is so sweet, and I had such a hard time giving her up. But mommy did the right thing. Yes, she did. 'Cause now I have E.J.'S daughter. And like grandpa says... today we claim you as our own.
Tony: You're such a worrywart. You have plenty of time to get to the christening. I'll tell you what. Why don't you call the sitter back, and I'll see you there? Okay, Lexie? Okay. Thank you.
Melanie: Are you ready to listen to me, Philip?
Philip: I don't want to hear anything you have to say. I don't even want to hear your voice.
Melanie: Even if I can tell you I know where you can find a copy of the blueprints? Y-you still there?
Melanie: Look, Philip, it's a now-or-never kind of thing, so do you want a second chance or not?
Philip: Get over here.
Max: Who'd you call?
Melanie: I called Philip, and now I have to run an errand.
Max: What are you gonna do? Are you gonna tell him that tony got the blueprints? Is that what you're gonna tell him?
Melanie: The less you know, the better, okay? You're too honest.
Max: Listen to me very closely. Philip may be dangerous, but tony DiMera is a whole lot more dangerous.
Melanie: I know. So I have to be careful, right? And I will be, okay?
Max: No, you won't, because you never think things through.
Max: No. Mel... mel!
Philip: Good. You're back. I need you.
Stephanie: What's going on?
Philip: Melanie called. She says she knows where I can get my hands on the blueprints for the alternative fuels project.
Stephanie: And you believed her?
Philip: This sounded --
Stephanie: Philip, it's a game. I know her. You know her.
Philip: Look, but if this --
Stephanie: What? She just wants to put salt on the wound, okay? She wants to get her crack-up for the day. Do not trust her.
Philip: This isn't about trust. It's about survival.
Nicole: Pretty. Oh.
Sami: [Clears throat] Um, yeah, hi. I'm -- I know I'm early. I'm just gonna say a prayer or something first.
Nicole: Yeah. Yeah, we came early, too. Lots to do, you know? My little girl's big day.
Sami: Yeah. Listen, um, I-I almost didn't come.
Nicole: But you forced yourself? Oh -- oh, Sami. Okay. Wait. Wait. Wait. Please. Don't go, okay?
Sami: Look, I-I realize father matt put his foot in his mouth, all right? And I wasn't gonna come, because, obviously, it's upsetting to you, and -- [Sighs]
Nicole: Actually, Sami, I, uh, I do want you here.
Sami: Excuse me?
Nicole: This is a big day.
Sami: Yes. And it should be -- for you and E.J. and -- and little Sydney.
Nicole: And for you, too. I know you won't be coming to E.J. and my wedding, so I want you to see this.
Nicole: That E.J. and I are a family -- a real family, a good one. And we're not living in separate houses, divorced, fighting over custody -- anything like that. And, honest to God... we are going to live happily ever after, because, Sami, I will not let anyone -- anyone -- ever pull my family apart.
Mia: Uh... is -- is Nicole here?
Tony: No, I'm sorry. She's not here at the moment.
Mia: How's -- how's the baby? Uh, I mean, is the baby with her?
Tony: Yeah, she has the baby with her.
Mia: Okay. Uh, thanks.
Tony: Wait a minute. We met. You were here. It was the winter, wasn't it? With Nicole. You were working at some youth center. I remember now. We met.
Tony: But I never caught your name.
Mia: Oh. Um, Mia.
Tony: Mia. Oh, hello, Mia. I'm tony.
Mia: Hi. Is -- is Nicole, uh, is she gonna be back soon?
Tony: No. She's gone for several hours.
Mia: Oh. All right. Well, thank you.
Tony: Okay. Oh, by the way, how -- how's your baby? 'Cause I remember you were pregnant at the time. I'm sorry. Did something happen to your child?
Melanie: See, my lawyer dictated that on the phone. He said that if Philip gets a copy of the blueprints, because of what I tell him, then I get my profit that was promised to me since day one and my job back at Titan, with my full salary.
Philip: Well, you know where this will put you, Melanie. [Writing]
Philip: Right back where you started, before you started all that crap about being a better...
Melanie: What can I say? Older and wiser.
Philip: All right. Let's have it.
Melanie: You know, you should be a little more enthusiastic. I mean, E.J.'S destroyed his copy of the blueprints for some big oil company payoff. And since somebody wiped Titan --
Philip: "Somebody." I know who the hell it was.
Melanie: That's fine. It was E.J. We know that. The point is you've got nothing without me.
Philip: Let's have it.
Melanie: Okay. Here's the kicker. Drumroll, please. Turns out nick hid a copy of the blueprints.
Philip: Hmm. Nick did?
Stephanie: That's ridiculous. Philip, don't believe her.
Melanie: Really? You don't think that maybe nick was a little paranoid that somebody would want to steal the blueprints?
Stephanie: I can't even listen to this.
Melanie: All right. That's fine.
Philip: Melanie, if nick hid a copy, where is it?
Melanie: Okay. Um, he didn't hide it. My brother did -- in a safe at the Cheatin' Heart.
Philip: Okay. Call him. Get him over here.
Melanie: I can't do that, because the blueprints were stolen.
Philip: Who stole them?
Nicole: So, have I made myself clear?
Sami: Crystal. So now I think I should make myself clear. Nicole, I have a very full life -- good friends, family, my children. So as shocking as this may seem to you, I am not spending all of my time coming up with ways to tear you and your family apart. I have things to do.
Nicole: Really? You sure about that?
Sami: Very sure. And if E.J. Thinks he can be happy with you, that's his problem. I've got my own issues to worry about.
Sami: Like Johnny, for example.
Nicole: Mm-hmm. Yeah. I know, Sami. I know. I -- for some reason, you think I'm gonna, what, contaminate him? You think I'm gonna sneak into his room while E.J.'S not around and sell him on the benefits of booze? My God, what are you afraid of?
Will: The car's parked. I forgot my tie. Oh.
Nicole: Nice to see you, will.
E.J.: Hi, Samantha. Um, could you and Sydney come and see father matt?
Nicole: Oh, yeah. Of course.
Sami: Hey, um, where's Johnny?
Will: You -- you want me to go get him -- to play with him for a few minutes?
Nicole: You know, I'm -- I'm sorry. He actually had a -- a little fever, so we decided to leave him at home.
Sami: He has a fever? You didn't -- how high? What's wrong?
Nicole: It's okay, Sami. There's nothing to worry about, all right? If you'll excuse me, Sydney and I have to go talk to father matt, right? Yes, we do, precious. Yes, we do.
Will: Mom, Johnny's not here. I'm gonna split, okay?
Sami: Yeah. Yeah, I'll go, too. I just want to say a prayer first, okay?
Will: Yeah, right.
Tony: I'm sorry if spoke out of turn, but, as I recall, you were carrying a child almost as far along as Nicole, if memory serves.
Mia: I was.
Tony: Is your baby all right?
Mia: Yeah. But, uh, I-I gave her away.
Tony: Oh. I'm sorry. I understand. I'm sure you did the right thing. Did you have a daughter, as well?
Mia: Mister, um --
Mia: Yeah. Uh, I-I can't talk anymore. I'm sorry, but I've -- I've got to go.
Tony: Okay. Oh, I'll just tell Nicole that you -- you dropped by.
Mia: No, no, no, no, no. Uh, you see, I ju-- I just saw Nicole's car outside, and I-I wouldn't have rung the bell if I thought anyone else was -- you know, just, uh, please -- please just don't tell her you talked to me.
Tony: But why wouldn't you want Nicole to know that you came by to see her?
Melanie: Well, it was tony DiMera.
Philip: Tony stole the blueprints?
Stephanie: That's a far stretch, Melanie.
Melanie: Well, it turns out tony and E.J. Don't really get along -- something about tony feeling pushed aside. Anyways, he came looking for me after he heard E.J. Giving me the shaft, and he wanted to know if he could get involved.
Philip: So he's working alone?
Melanie: Yes. He seemed really interested on getting his hands on the blueprints, so he made me an offer.
Stephanie: And you actually took it?
Melanie: I'm 18. I'm a little impulsive. Anyways, I-I told him I wanted to think about it, but he talked me into it and made me think it was a good idea. And then he told me I had to accept his offer immediately.
Stephanie: Oh, my God.
Melanie: He's weird. He's a weird guy. I don't know. I felt like if I didn't go along with what he wanted --
Philip: We're done, Melanie.
Melanie: Okay, but I --
Philip: We're done. We're done.
Melanie: Okay. That's fine. We're done.
Philip: Tony DiMera. Who would have guessed? He could be the answer to everything.
Tony: So, why wouldn't you want Nicole to know that you were here? After all, she was a friend to you during your pregnancy. Sort of a mentor, wasn't she?
Mia: Yeah. Yeah, she -- she helped me after the baby came, and -- and then I went to Japan to work on my dancing, but that didn't really work out, so...
Tony: So you've come here to find some more help?
Mia: I just -- I need to --
Tony: What? What? It's okay. It's okay. Look, look, look. I understand you're upset. A-and maybe it would help unburden things for you if you spoke to someone. I'm willing to listen. Did -- did Nicole help you find a mother for your child? Is that why you've come to see her?
Nicole: Oh. Good. I'm glad you stayed. Uh, E.J. Is with Sydney right now, but everyone should be here soon. You know, wait till you see her christening gown. It is so gorgeous. You know what? I'll go get it. Oh. Hey, Brady. Wow. I'm so glad you came. I-I didn't think you were going to.
Brady: Yeah. Actually, uh, I'm not staying.
Nicole: What? Why?
Brady: Listen. Listen. I-I know this day is very special for you, but if I hang around, it's just gonna stir things up with E.J. I don't want to do that.
Nicole: So, he'll get used to it. More than anyone, you helped make this day happen. It's only right that you're a part of it.
Brady: I'll be here in spirit. Listen, you enjoy this day, okay? I hope it brings you every happiness.
Nicole: How can it not?
Tony: So, did Nicole help you find the -- the child's adoptive mother?
Mia: I -- yeah. Well, in a way.
Tony: I see. So you're here because you want to try and find the adoptive mother? Is that why you're here?
Mia: No! No.
Tony: Well --
Mia: I mean... yes.
Tony: Well, do you know who she is?
Mia: I just -- I can't stand it anymore.
Tony: Oh, you poor thing. You're so heartbroken. It's okay. Look at me. Look at me. You miss your baby terribly, don't you?
Mia: Is she here?
Tony: No, I said to you that Nicole is gone.
Mia: Not Nicole. Sydney.
Tony: Sydney... is your baby?
Mia: Nicole lost her baby. I gave her mine.
Tony: [Sighs] Oh, Nicole. You have been a very naughty girl.
Will: Stupid parents. All they do is lie.
Philip: Uhh. Voice mail. That son of a bitch isn't gonna care what I have to say on the phone, anyway.
Melanie: You need to call a lawyer right now.
Philip: No way in hell. Send us into a five-year legal battle over the meaning of some word?
Philip: Tony DiMera is gonna find out what it feels like to mess with me.
Stephanie: Call Bo and get his advice.
Philip: No way in hell. I got Titan into this mess. I'm gonna get us out.
Sami: Get a grip, Sami. It's just a baby. You wouldn't be thinking about her all the time if you had Grace with you.
E.J.: Hi. Oh, that's a good girl. Are you ready for your big day? Oh, sweetheart, look what you did. That's gonna be nice for the photograph later. Let me see if we got something to get that off, shall we?
Sami: Hey, E.J., You need some help?
E.J.: A little.
Sami: I can take the baby while you -- oh -- fix your little problem.
E.J.: Thank you. Oop.
Stefano: It has a long and, uh, very important history.
Nicole: I know. I mean, with your family, it goes back all those generations. And now my little girl is gonna wear the same gown.
Stefano: Yes, yes.
Stefano: Oops. Oh, excuse me. [Sighs] Damn. Perdonime, Signore. Oh, I'm sorry. I have to take this. But I'll be right back. Don't start without me.
Nicole: Okay. Wow. I mean, this is exquisite. It is handmade.
Nicole: Tony? Tsk. Hello.
Tony: So, Nicole, where are you?
Nicole: Uh, I'm at the church. There's a christening, remember?
Tony: Yeah, yes, yes, I know, but w-where exactly in the church?
Nicole: In the vestibule. Why?
Tony: Well, just stay put. Um, we have to talk.
Nicole: Tony, w-we have plenty of time to talk in private -- anytime, anywhere. What?
Tony: Uh, no. Let -- let me tell you this, Nicole. It's very important that you and I have this discussion as soon as possible and in private. Stay put.
Brady: Stephanie? Stephanie, what is wrong?
Stephanie: I tried to stop him. I couldn't even slow him down.
Brady: Hold on. Who you talking about -- Philip?
Stephanie: Yes. He said he was gonna go find tony DiMera. I don't know what he's gonna do to him.
Philip: Tony! Tony DiMera! Get your ass down here now! Tony!
Sami: Come here, Sydney. Come here, pumpkin. You didn't mean to mess up daddy's designer suit for the photos, did you?
E.J.: She's a puke machine today.
Sami: [Laughs] Come on. That's what dry cleaners are for, right, Sydney?
Sami: Right? Are you happy every day? What?
E.J.: I don't know why, Samantha, but, uh... seeing you with her just seems...
Sami: Seems what?
E.J.: It seems right.
Nicole: Hi. Wow. That didn't take long.
Tony: I said it wouldn't.
Nicole: Okay, tony. We're alone. What is going on? This is a very big day for me and for our family. We can have a private conversation anytime.
Tony: I'm so glad I got here in time -- before you stood in front of God and man and lied.
Nicole: Excuse me?
Nicole: What about her?
Tony: Nicole... darling. We both know that she's not your daughter.
Will: Where are you from? Are you from out of town?
Philip: I will get those damn plans back.
Rafe: This whole thing with Sami is different. And what happened before is never gonna happen again.
Sami: She's so happy. It's like she knows me.
Nicole: That baby is mine.
Tony: The truth will come out, Nicole.
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