Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 3/19/09 - Canada; Friday 3/20/09 - U.S.A.
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Fr. Matt: Nicole, please give Sydney Ann to her godparents.
Nicole: Okay. Here you go. Yeah. There you go, sweetheart.
Lexie: Hey, there.
Nicole: Let me fix her.
Fr. Matt: Godmother, are you prepared to help Elvis and Nicole in their duty as Christian parents?
Fr. Matt: Godfather, are you prepared to help Elvis and Nicole in their duty as Christian parents?
Nicole: Excuse me?
Nicole: What about her?
Tony: Nicole, darling... we both know that she's not your daughter.
Lexie: Are you okay?
Tony: Oh, yes, yes. I'm sorry. Uh, could you please repeat the question?
Fr. Matt: Godfather, are you prepared to help Elvis and Nicole in their duty as Christian parents?
Tony: Oh, well, of course. I'm ready to do whatever is necessary.
Caroline: Uh, this looks like a table set for two. Did you get stood up?
Will: Not exactly. Grandma Caroline, girls are weird... very weird.
Mia: You can take her. She'll be better with you.
Nicole: Thank you.
Mia: I didn't know it would hurt this much. I didn't know how bad I'd want to hold her.
Rafe: She doesn't seem real happy today.
Sister Theresa: She's been fussy. I guess it's that rash.
Rafe: I think it's because she misses her mother.
Stefano: [Clears throat] A simple "I will" would have sufficed.
Tony: Yeah. I do have a tendency to say too much. For example -- this child here, the newest DiMera...
Lexie: Okay, everyone, please back up. E.J., give her some room.
Nicole: Look, I'm fine, okay? I just got a little dizzy.
Tony: Her color's awful. You know, she should get a complete physical, don't you think?
Nicole: Look, really, I'm fine, all right? I'm just not getting a lot of sleep lately, and it's really hot in here.
Lexie: Did you have breakfast this morning?
Nicole: No. No, I didn't. I was running late, and I forgot to eat.
Sami: Here, uh, I'll take her.
Tony: Oh, but she and I were getting along so nicely.
Sami: Yeah, but we don't want her to get upset, do we? Come on, sweetheart. It was scary, wasn't it? Mommy's okay. She'll be all right.
Nicole: I'm fine. Really, I --
Lexie: Nicole, look, Tony's right. Why don't we get you to the hospital and run a few tests?
Nicole: I'm not going to the hospital, and that's final.
Mia: I know I don't really belong here, and I haven't been to church in a really long time. And I've sinned. But I don't know where else to go. Blessed mother, please -- please look after my baby and help me to stop missing her so much.
[Sighs] Help me stop thinking I've made the worst mistake of my life.
E.J.: Okay. Look, sweetheart, please. Can you just -- just calm down? Just for a moment, please?
Nicole: I am calm, all right? It's everyone else who's making a fuss.
E.J.: Darling, Lexie doesn't make fusses. If she says you need to go to the hospital, you need to go to the hospital.
Stefano: He's right, you know. We have to keep you healthy, at least for Sydney's sake.
Nicole: E.J., if one more of your family members chimes in and tells me what I should or should not do, I am going to scream, okay? Look, my daughter is not christened yet. That is why we are here.
E.J.: They're worried about you. That's all.
Nicole: What the hell is she doing holding my baby?
Sami: Oh, I was just trying to help.
Nicole: Hi, hi.
Sami: I need my earring back, sweetie.
Nicole: Well, this is not the red cross, Sami.
Nicole: Hi, princess.
[Sighs] Can we get this show on the road, please?
Fr. Matt: Of course. If the godparents will take their places, and if you would give the baby back to the godmother...
Nicole: Do we have to do this again? I mean, can't we get to the water and stuff -- the important part?
Fr. Matt: My dear, this is a sacrament. Everything is important.
Tony: Yes, we don't want to rush the ceremony, now, do we, Nicole -- this sacred ceremony?
Nicole: Okay. There you go, pumpkin. There you go. You got her?
Lexie: Yeah. Nicole, um...
Nicole: There you go.
Lexie: ...Why don't you sit down, hmm?
Nicole: I'm fine...just fine.
Fr. Matt: Now, where were we?
E.J.: Oh, um, you were about to ask my brother to do his Christian duty.
Tony: Yes, and I said, "but of course."
Fr. Matt: Yes. Well, then... Sydney Ann, my dear child, the Christian community welcomes you with great joy. I now trace the sign of the cross on your forehead...and I invite your parents and Godparents to do so in turn.
Tony: Oh, and she'll be safe now, won't she, Nicole?
Sister Theresa: [Sighs] Rafe, I don't like stirring things up, but I think this is all very dangerous. A biological father who doesn't know about the existence of his child? He's got a lot of legal clout if and when he finds out.
Rafe: Well, that's why we have to make sure that he never does... for Grace's sake and for her mother's.
Mia: [Exhales sharply]
Lexie: Oh, I am so sorry. I need to, uh, call the hospital and check in. It'll only take a couple of minutes. I'm so sorry.
Nicole: It's okay. It's okay. Hi, sweetie. Whee!
Tony: It makes you wonder what else could go wrong, doesn't it, sweetie?
Lexie: Oh, excuse me.
Mia: Sorry, um, I didn't know anyone was in there. Is there a wedding or something going on?
Lexie: A christening.
Lexie: Yeah, my little niece. I've got to make a quick call and get back in there. Um, excuse me.
Mia: A christening. Oh, my God. My baby.
Will: She's gone.
Caroline: You know, you seem worried.
Will: It's just...she kept asking me questions about me and us and my family, but she would never talk about herself.
Will: And that's unusual for girls, you know.
Caroline: Oh, I see. Well, then, we girls are all exactly alike, huh?
Will: No. [Chuckles] I didn't mean it like that. She said she was hungry. Girls -- they... are all different and unique.
Caroline: [Laughs] That isn't what you were gonna say. [Chuckles]
Will: Girls -- they never let you know when they're hungry. And I actually liked that about her -- that she would say that she was hungry.
Caroline: Well, that's spoken like a true Brady man.
Will: [Sighs] I can't believe she would just leave like that, though. I mean, do you think something happened?
Caroline: Well, I think you should phone her. Do you have her number?
Will: Phone number? I don't even know her name.
Fr. Matt: Brothers and sisters, let us ask the lord Jesus Christ to look lovingly on this child who is about to be christened and on her parents and Godparents and on all the christened. Lord, hear our prayer.
All: Lord, hear our prayer.
Rafe: It's funny. I mean, it kind of crept up on me, you know? Now the way I feel about her...
Sister Theresa: Sami?
Rafe: And the baby. Now, you talk about falling hard -- I mean, Grace had me at "hello." She can't even say "hello."
Sister Theresa: Babies can do that to you.
Rafe: Yeah. You know how I feel about those DiMeras? I think they're arrogant... the way they shove people around, the way they do what they want... I really hate that. I'm not gonna let them ruin her life... or Grace's. I swear to God.
Fr. Matt: And through this sacrament, we renew the Grace of christening in each one of us. God, who is rich in mercy and love, give us a new birth into a living hope through the sacrament of baptism.
Mia: Are you okay?
Sami: Who are you?
Mia: Uh, I -- I'm nobody. You okay?
Sami: Yeah. I was just a little emotional from the ceremony.
Mia: The baby's beautiful, isn't she?
Sami: I shouldn't say this. I have three beautiful babies myself, but, um... it's the most beautiful child I've ever seen.
Fr. Matt: Dear parents and Godparents, you have come here to present this child for christening. By water and the holy spirit, she is to receive the gift of new life from God, who is love. Nicole, Elvis, on your part, you must make it your constant care to bring her up in the practice of the faith. See that the divine life which God gave her is kept safe from the poison of sin. If you are ready to accept his responsibility, renew the vows of your own baptism, reject sin, profess your faith in Christ Jesus. This is the faith of the church. This is the faith in which this child is about to be christened.
Nicole: Dear God, I love her so much. Please don't take her away from me.
Fr. Matt: Do you reject sin so as to live in the freedom of God's children?
All: I do.
Nicole: I do.
Fr. Matt: Do you reject Satan, father of sin and prince of darkness?
All: I do.
Sister Theresa: You know who you remind me of? St. Joseph.
Rafe: St. Joseph. St. Joseph. Yeah.
[Sarcastically] I hear that all the time.
Sister Theresa: [Chuckles] He took care of a woman and her baby, too.
Rafe: He must have been really good-looking.
Sister Theresa: Oh, you just can't stand a compliment, can you?
Rafe: Well, I don't much see the point in them.
Sister Theresa: Yeah, well... [Chuckles] When I pray for you, I -- I pray to St. Joseph.
Rafe: You pray for me?
Sister Theresa: I think you're heading into some pretty dangerous waters.
Rafe: Well, I think you should be praying for Sami. I wonder where she is. She didn't answer her phone. Wonder what she's doing right now.
Fr. Matt: I christen you in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit.
Fr. Matt: See in this white garment the outward sign of our Christian dignity. With your family and friends to help you, by word and by example, bring that dignity, unstained, into everlasting life. Amen.
Rafe: Well, I better get going. So long, Grace. See ya, sister.
Sister Theresa: [Sighs] Joseph, you're gonna look out for that poor boy, right? [Sighs] No offense, but I'm calling in the big guns. Our father, who art in heaven...
All: Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come...
Sami: Oh, I've got to get out of here.
Mia: You're leaving in the middle?
Sami: I should never have come.
Mia: Me neither.
All: ...As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
E.J.: You know, they say you're never really a father until you have a daughter.
E.J.: I don't think I want to let this girl out of the house.
Stefano: Now, listen, you could keep her safe. We could put her in a tower or send her to a convent. How about that?
E.J.: A convent. Excellent. We should do that.
Stefano: Ah, Nicole, are you sure you're okay?
Nicole: You know, I really wish everyone would stop asking me that.
Stefano: Well, I would, but, you see, I'm worried. But look -- here's Elvis and I pontificating like patriarchs, okay? We are being totally chauvinistic, and there's not even the least little bit of feminist peep out of you.
Nicole: Well, maybe I am a little tired.
Stefano: Ah, well, perhaps we drink.
Tony: Yes. Ah, what was that movie where the baby's godfather is renouncing Satan at the same time he's mowing down all his enemies with machine guns?
E.J.: Tony, thank you for bringing a little bit of joy to our day.
Tony: Ah, well, I -- I just wanted Nicole to know that we're not that kind of family. [Chuckles] Well -- well, not exactly.
Stefano: How many of these have you had?
Tony: None, none. As the Godfather, I thought I should propose a toast. Lexie, will you join us?
Lexie: Okay, thanks. Bye. Yes.
Stefano: There you go.
Lexie: Thank you.
Lexie: Nicole, are you all right? You still seem pale.
Nicole: No, I -- I feel much better. Thank you. No. None for me.
Tony: Oh, it's sparkling water. I always take good care of you, Nicole. No? Okay. Fine. Well, first and foremost, I would like to propose a toast to Sydney Ann, welcoming her to the DiMera family.
Stefano: Hear, hear.
Lexie: Hear, hear.
E.J.: Hear, hear. To Sydney.
Tony: And to Nicole, for everything that she has gone through...to bring us this little miracle. To Nicole.
Lexie: To Nicole.
E.J.: To Nicole.
Stefano: To Nicole.
Nicole: [Clears throat] Maybe I will sit down.
Lexie: Nicole, I want you to promise me that you will get some rest this afternoon after you've had something to eat.
Nicole: I will. I -- I promise.
Nicole: She was beautiful, wasn't she? And it was a nice service.
Lexie: Yes. Yes, it was. I'm sorry I had to dash out like that.
Nicole: No, it's okay.
Lexie: Oh, there was some confusion about a dosage, and they couldn't reach the doctor on call, so...
Nicole: It doesn't matter, Lexie. I'm just glad you were there.
Lexie: Oh. Well, I -- I'm glad you feel that way, Nicole.
Nicole: She's so little. She hasn't been with us that long, and already I understand how you feel about Theo.
Lexie: Mm. It's pretty fierce. I mean, we would do anything to keep them safe.
Lexie: Mm-hmm. Hey, want to hear a compliment about Sydney?
Lexie: Okay, well, when I went out to make my phone call, there was a girl in the vestibule. And when I came back in, she was watching the ceremony, and she said that Sydney was the most beautiful baby she'd ever seen. She was in the back, so I invited her in, but she was really shy.
[Chuckles] She was watching the ceremony as if it was her baby.
Nicole: Really? Um, well, how old was she? What did she look like?
Lexie: Oh, she was pretty, um, blonde, teenaged.
[Chuckles] If you'll excuse me, I just -- I have to do something. I'll be right back. Thanks.
Nicole: We need to talk.
Tony: Why, Nicole... I'm all ears.
Caroline: I'm glad your concern about your friend didn't spoil your appetite.
Will: [Chuckles] A wise woman once told me it was a sin to waste food.
Will: [Sighs] This is good, though. Food in Switzerland -- bad in three languages.
Caroline: [Laughs] It sounds like you're glad to be home.
Will: Yeah. Sure.
Caroline: Wow. What enthusiasm. How are you and your dad getting along?
Will: Um, me and my dad are good.
Will: He's in Vegas right now, getting married -- again. We always seem to get along when we're in different countries or states.
Caroline: Oh. How do you feel about your dad marrying Chloe?
Will: I feel like it's none of my business.
Caroline: Oh, but I think it is.
Will: Oh, it's fine. It's no big deal.
Caroline: What about your mom? How's that? Did you two have a fight?
Will: It's hard to fight with someone who's never around.
Caroline: Well, that doesn't sound like Sami. She's always so happy to spend time with you.
Will: Even when we're in the same place, she always seems to be thinking of something else. I just keep getting that old feeling.
Caroline: What old feeling?
Will: That she's...in trouble again.
Rafe: Okay, what now?
Sami: You're gonna be mad at me.
Rafe: That never stopped you before.
Sami: I went to the christening.
Rafe: E.J.'s kid?
Sami: He asked me to go. I mean, it wasn't like that. It was just that Nicole and -- and E.J. were there waiting for Johnny, and then Fr. Matt showed up, and he asked, in front of everybody, if I was gonna go, and so E.J. just didn't want things to be awkward.
Rafe: Ah. Wow. Well, isn't he just something?
Sami: Oh, come on, Rafe, it's just that we share a child together.
Rafe: Right, right. So he thought you would feel more comfortable if you saw him with the new kid and his new -- whatever the hell she is.
Sami: No, no. It wasn't his idea.
Rafe: Hey, was Daddy there? You know. Remember -- the one who tried to have you killed?
Sami: Okay, stop it. You're making things worse.
Rafe: No, I am not.
They are. You know what I mean? This g-- I'm sorry. They make me mad.
Sami: I know the feeling. [Sighs]
Rafe: I know how stressed out you are over all this, okay?
Sami: It's not about the stress, Rafe. It's not. It was that christening. It was so beautiful. [Voice breaking] And the whole point of the ceremony is to welcome this little girl into the world and to introduce her to the people who are gonna be looking after her and loving her and taking care of her. It's a very important day, and -- and it's wrong that I am not doing that for Grace. I have to go back. I have to go get her and bring her home.
Caroline: So, I guess that's all I'm gonna get out of you. Hmm?
Will: Well, there's nothing else to talk about.
Caroline: Well, you could talk about how you feel about it.
Will: [Chuckles] Hey. Looking for these?
Mia: Great. You got them. My cousin would have killed me if I lost her spare set.
Caroline: [Clears throat]
Will: Oh, uh, this is my great-Grandma Caroline.
Caroline: I can never get used to that. Hi, I'm Caroline Brady.
Mia: I like your place -- the pub.
Caroline: Thank you.
Mia: I like how it feels.
Will: Is that why you ran out without telling me earlier?
Caroline: You know, this food is really cold. I'm -- I'm gonna warm some up for you.
Mia: Oh, actually, I can't. I'm late.
Caroline: Oh, no, it will just take a minute. Get her a soda. Get her a soda.
Mia: [Laughs] Uh, you -- you don't have to. And, look, I'm sorry I took off like that. I --
Will: No, look, you don't have to explain. I hate explaining things.
Mia: Ugh, me too.
Will: [Sighs] And I'm glad you forgot your keys. I didn't get to introduce myself. Will Horton.
Mia: Nice to meet you.
Will: Usually, when someone tells you their name, you're supposed to tell them yours.
Mia: Ugh, right. Mia. I'm Mia.
Rafe: Sami, we talked about this. Now, listen, I know how strong the urge is to just act, but you've got to wait.
Sami: I can't.
Rafe: No, you have to. For Grace's sake.
Sami: Come on.
Rafe: No, no, no. You know, I can't even believe, first of all, that you even went to the christening. I mean, really? The hypocrisy of it all didn't bother you -- you, of all people -- after what they have done to you and all the other people, and to have the thing in a church?
Sami: It was nice.
Rafe: It w-- it was nice? I mean, do you want them to take Grace from you?
Rafe: Okay, then I want you to think about this, okay? Think hard. The father of this child -- he does not even know that he has a child. In fact, you have gone to great lengths to keep this from him. You have lied. You have manipulated.
Sami: Okay, okay. Why are you doing this to me?
Rafe: Because I want you to think. I want you to think about what would happen in a custody hearing if this was put in front of a judge. Now, they could say that you endangered the child's welfare.
Sami: I didn't.
Rafe: Well, they would say that. Sami, Sami... we need to wait. We need to wait until we know for sure that E.J. Would not be suspicious about you having this new baby. Now, I know that you know in your heart that that's the right thing to do.
Sami: Are you sick of talking me off the ledge?
Rafe: I'm sick of seeing you so unhappy. Now, look, I saw Grace today. She's happy. She's doing fine. And we're gonna bring her home, but we're gonna do it for good.
[Cellphone rings] I got to take this.
Sami: Okay. Thanks.
E.J.: Samantha, it's me.
Sami: Oh, hey, E.J.
E.J.: Uh, look, I'm sorry to bother you, but Johnny has an ear infection.
Sami: I'll be right there.
Tony: You know, I keep saying this to you, but you seem very agitated. You should have Lexie check you out.
Nicole: Would you stop it? We need to talk.
Tony: What can I do for you?
Nicole: That's a little backwards, isn't it? I need to know what you want from me.
Tony: I don't know what you mean.
Nicole: You know what? I am so tired of these games, tony, and all your -- your little funny double entendres. Look... E.J. Is not going to believe you if you tell him I am not Sydney's mother.
Tony: Really? You don't think he's gonna check this out? He's a DiMera, dear. He's got this "fruit of his loins" thing going on.
Nicole: Oh, this is not funny.
Nicole: What do you want? How much?
Tony: How much?
Nicole: [Sighs] That little performance at the church -- that wasn't to up the stakes, drive the price up?
Tony: You're beginning to sound a tad delusional.
Nicole: You won, okay? I am here asking you to name your price.
Tony: I don't have one! Your situation is a lot more serious than you think. You don't have anything I want...anything at all.
Will: Oh, what, so, you're like Beyoncé? No last name?
Mia: [Chuckles] Her last name is Knowles.
Will: Uh, well, so you're a pretty private person, right?
Caroline: Well, now, one of these burgers is medium rare, and I can run it under the oven if you want it more cooked.
Mia: Uh, I'm sorry, but, ms. Brady, see, uh, I can't pay.
Caroline: Well, of course you can't pay, 'cause you're will's guest.
[Chuckles] Uh, don't steal all her fries, you know.
Will: Ketchup or mustard?
Mia: Uh, no. I -- I can't do this. I -- I can't take...you know.
Will: Well, I may not know your last name...but I do know you're kind of a jerk.
Lexie: E.J., your baby is beautiful, your son will be much better tomorrow, and I've got to run.
E.J.: Thank you. I know how tough it is for you to get any time. I appreciate it.
Lexie: I wouldn't have missed it for the world. Goodbye, Father, and, boy, am I relieved that you were not struck by lightning standing in that church. Praying?! Ah, my goodness! [Laughter] Bye-bye.
Stefano: Oh, all right. Ciao. [Laughs] I cannot tell you how I enjoy having my children together -- all this wit.
E.J.: Well, I have to admit -- hearing you renounce Satan is a little bit like listening to Keith Richards preach moderation.
Stefano: Ah, you wound me.
E.J.: I know. You're so sensitive. I have to go upstairs and check on Johnny.
Stefano: All right, look. Before you go, a quick word...
Stefano: ...About Nicole.
Tony: I have all the money I want, Nicole. That's not what I'm looking for.
Nicole: If it's not money, then what?
Tony: Revenge, perhaps. I don't know.
Nicole: Against me?
Tony: [Laughs] Nicole, you're the least of my concerns.
Nicole: E.J. You're jealous that he's so successful.
Tony: Oh, I'm not. Look, if you work for my father and you're successful, it's because he wants you to be. But if you fail, that's because he wants you to fail.
Nicole: But you said you didn't want any part of the family business.
Tony: So, what do you think? I'm gonna sit around while he attempts to humiliate me? I use the word "attempts" because he's not going to succeed.
Nicole: Tony, what are you gonna do to my family?
Sami: Where is E.J.?
Stefano: Well, didn't you notice that she was on edge? I mean, for God's sakes, she fainted.
E.J.: Well, father, come on. You know as well as I do she doesn't like big family affairs.
Stefano: You think that's all there is to it?
Tony: Sami, you're just in time to eat cake.
Sami: I don't want cake. I want my son. So, where is E.J.?
E.J.: Now, of course, the next time we're gonna have a family gathering will be at St. Luke's for the wedding.
Stefano: Ah. Oh, Samantha. Well, always a pleasure. Uh, excuse me.
Nicole: Wait. We're not finished.
Tony: No, we're not.
Nicole: You almost told everyone at the christening, but you decided not to. Why?
Tony: Timing is everything, Nicole. Might as well use it to my advantage.
Mia: Great talking to you.
Will: Mia, wait. Wait. I'm sorry. That came out wrong.
Mia: Actually, I heard it pretty clearly. You think I'm a jerk.
Will: No, look. It's just -- if you think Grandma Caroline's just giving you charity, you're wrong. She's just friendly and likes feeding people.
Mia: I really have to go.
Will: Well, let me wrap this up for you. It will only take a second.
Mia: Will? Thanks.
Nicole: You're gonna tell E.J. what you think you know about Mia.
Tony: I know what I know. And the truth always comes out.
Nicole: [Scoffs] So that defenseless baby in there -- you don't mind making her collateral damage?
Tony: Oh, the child's gonna be fine, Nicole. It's you -- your life -- that's gonna be blown to hell.
Tony: And it will happen, Nicole, but if you're in such a hurry that you can't get over the suspense, I will do it now.
Rafe: Sami, guess what. Sami? Where the hell did she go?
E.J.: Hey. I, uh, didn't hear you come in.
Sami: Clearly. It's nice to hear you so happy, celebrating, planning your wedding while our son is so sick.
E.J.: Samantha, he's fine.
E.J.: Look... I upset you, and I'm sorry. I thought by inviting you to the christening -- well, I suppose I really didn't think, so it didn't occur to me that it would be as hard as it was, emotionally.
Sami: Can you get Johnny, please?
E.J.: I'm sorry. Was it something that I said?
Sami: It has nothing to do with you, actually. Um, I really don't want to talk about it.
E.J.: Okay, um, would you mind keeping an eye on Sydney, please, while I go?
Sami: Of course, she's the only member of this family I like.
E.J.: Okay. Thanks.
Sami: You poor kid. You're gonna need all the friends you can get.
Sister Theresa: Hello?
Sami: Sister Theresa, hi. How's Grace?
Sister Theresa: Oh, Sami, I don't want to alarm you.
Sami: What? What is it?
Sister Theresa: She's a little fussy, and we've run out of your frozen milk, and we wanted to know if we could give her formula.
Sami: Yeah. Yeah. No. Of course, I guess.
Sister Theresa: And...I think her diaper rash is a little worse.
Sami: What, really? Even with the new cream I got her?
Sister Theresa: [Sighs] I'm not sure she isn't having some sort of reaction.
Sami: That's it. I'm coming over there.
Sister Theresa: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to upset you, Sami.
Sami: You didn't upset me. You woke me up. I'm coming to get Grace. I'm bringing my baby home.
E.J.: What do you mean -- bring "my baby home"?
Lucas: What the hell are you doing here?
Kate: I would think that would be obvious. I'm here for the wedding.
Rafe: She could really use someone she could trust right now.
Brady: She's still in trouble, isn't she?
Sami: I've decided to adopt a baby. That's incredible.
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