Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 1/29/10 - Canada; Monday 2/1/10 - U.S.A.
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Bo: No, no, no, you have to draw the picture of the snowman, 'cause you draw so much better than I do.
[Knock on door]
Bo: Oh, I'm sorry, little one. There's someone at the front door, so I gotta go. But I'll talk to you real soon, okay? I love you.
Ciara: I love you, Daddy.
Bo: Hey, hey, good to see you.
Carly: You too. Guess what.
Bo: Uh, well, I'm guessing from the look on your face you have great news.
Carly: Yeah. I spent some quality time with Melanie, and we talked and we got to know each other.
Bo: Oh, that's good.
Carly: Yeah. She's ready. I'm gonna tell her I'm her mother.
Vivian: "The greater the difficulty, the more the glory in surmounting it." Thank you, Epicurus. Hello, Melanie, it's Vivian. I had the most wonderful idea. You, me, a day spa. We can relax and make all kinds of wonderful wedding plans. Call me ASAP. Oh, sorry. Didn't hear you waft in.
Hope: Can I ask you something? Why are you so wrapped up in Melanie?
Nurse Maxine: Good lord, what are you doing here? I thought the future Mrs. Kiriakis would be picking out china or silverware, opening charge accounts.
Melanie: I missed you too.
Nurse Maxine: So you came down for a nice visit? How sweet.
Melanie: Actually, I hurt my finger, and Dr. Manning said I should come get it x-rayed.
Nurse Maxine: Oh, she hasn't started her shift yet, but we have someone on call who can authorize that. Ah, speak of the devil.
Justin: Can I get you another cup of coffee?
Stephanie: Oh, hi, Justin.
Justin: Milk? Sugar?
Stephanie: No, no, no, no. I'm fine. I think I've had enough. Probably too much.
Justin: Mind if I join you?
Stephanie: Of course. Go ahead. I just can't promise I'll be very good company.
Justin: Really? What's the matter?
Stephanie: Same old same old. I think I'm in love.
Justin: Well, that's great.
Stephanie: The problem is, I don't think he loves me back.
Justin: That's not.
Bo: You know, I am really happy that you and Melanie are getting along...
Carly: She's really opening up to me.
Bo: But that doesn't mean you can tell her that she's your daughter.
Carly: No, I think it's okay. Look, not just for me--for her. She's alone, she's young, she's about to get married.
Bo: No, it's too dangerous.
Carly: I'm her mother. I can help her.
Bo: I know your daughter. She's--sh-- she's a very emotional young lady. She will not be able to keep this secret. You'll be making it that much easier for Vivian to find out the truth. I know this is difficult for you, but you can't tell her.
Carly: All the time it's right here, okay. It's like it's gonna pop out of my mouth: "I'm your mother."
Bo: Well, maybe you shouldn't spend so much time around her.
Carly: Are you kidding me? I have to see her. I have to.
Vivian: You used exactly the right word. I am wrapped up in Melanie's life, like a beautiful quilt or an afghan. Wrapped up in joy. Coffee?
Hope: No, thank you. But the question is...why? You didn't even know she existed two months ago.
Vivian: Well, what's time, really? From the moment I saw her, I knew that she completed Philip and that she lit up the room.
Hope: And? What else? Come on, Vivian, what's in it for you?
Bo: You know how much you mean to me. And we will get through this together.
Carly: So you're gonna protect me from myself? Keep me from making another huge mistake? As if I haven't made enough of those already.
Bo: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry you can't tell your daughter the truth.
Carly: Okay, I can't. I know I can't. One of the things I love about her is that everything she thinks and feels is right on the surface.
Bo: Hmm, like someone else I know?
Carly: Hmm. And if she knew that I was her mother, she'd-- Vivian would get it out of her in a heartbeat. I know it.
Bo: I really gotta come up with a way to stop that bitch. I hate her looming over your life like this.
Carly: You know the worst part of Vivian is that you start thinking like her. Hey, I've got this really elaborate plan to bury her alive.
Bo: Can I help?
Carly: Yeah! You help me so much, and I couldn't have gotten through this without you.
Hope: You think that Melanie can help secure your position here. Melanie to Philip, Philip to Victor.
Vivian: Well, if you want to put a negative spin on it... but the fact is I'd like to be a member of this family. And Melanie and I are the new girls, so I think we should stick together.
Hope: Hmm. I wonder why I keep thinking there's got to be more to it than that.
Vivian: Why are you so antagonistic toward me? You and I are both Carly Manning’s victims.
Hope: That is true.
Vivian: I mean, she took your husband Bo. She killed my nephew.
Hope: No, I think that's closer to what's driving you-- the need for revenge.
Vivian: Well, clearly I wouldn't be in this position if Lawrence were alive. If Carly hadn't killed him, I could have left well enough alone.
Hope: That's a very interesting thing to say. What would you have left alone, Vivian?
Maggie: So do you want to come with your grandma, or do you want to stay and finish your fruit?
Ciara: Stay here.
Caroline: We'll be in the living room. Come on in when you're finished.
Maggie: I found a picture of Shawn and Mickey.
Maggie: Yeah, at the pub. I thought you might like it.
Carly: Mm, you must get so tired of talking me down.
Bo: No, no, no. I don't get tired of anything about you.
Justin: If you love a guy and he doesn't love you back, he's an idiot. Which means you've dodged a bullet.
Stephanie: You don't know anything about the situation, yet you already know he's an idiot. You're just like my father.
Justin: Well, fathers don't need to know anything about a situation to pass judgment. He's not good enough for you. And apparently he has terrible eyesight.
Stephanie: What if he's just hung up on someone else?
Justin: Who cares? He's a jerk.
Stephanie: It's Nathan. And you know he's not a jerk.
Justin: No, he's not. Did he tell you that he's hung up on somebody else?
Stephanie: He said that he was, but he's over it now.
Justin: Well, Nathan seems like a pretty straightforward guy. I don't think he'd be lying to you.
Stephanie: No, I just worry that he's lying to himself.
Melanie: I can wait for Dr. Manning, it's no big deal.
Nathan: Well, if you broke any bones, we should probably find out as soon as possible. Are you in pain?
Melanie: No, uh-uh. Don't touch me.
Chad: This what you needed?
Charles: Thanks. I'm due in court. I have to prep the arresting officer, who's now 20 minutes late, and I didn't have time to get home.
Chad: Well, it's no problem. I'm always looking for ways to stay on your good side.
Charles: I can't believe I forgot this.
Chad: I mean, you let me and my friends go to the Olympics. That's, uh--that's pretty cool. So thanks.
Charles: Damn it! Who did the discovery on this?
Chad: Sorry. I'll catch you later.
Charles: Uh, Chad... I'm--I'm sorry. I--I get like this before a trial.
Chad: Well, you'd think I'd have figured that out by now.
Charles: And I heard what you said. I hope you and your friends have the time of your life in Vancouver. You've been through a lot. You deserve to have some fun. Blow out the carbon.
Chad: Well, I think for a by-the-book D.A., you're going pretty easy on me. It's not like I don't have a pretty extensive record.
Charles: That was the past. That's over. You're gonna do great from now on.
Chad: You seem pretty sure about that.
Charles: You weren't the problem, Chad. It was that lying little-- let's just say I'm glad Mia McCormick is out of your life for good.
Kinsey: There is something so lovable about a guy whose family has a condo in Vancouver.
Tad: My family rents storage units. I can get the key any time you want.
Gabi: I still can't believe I'm going. I mean, did Chad really ask me, or am I just imagining it?
Kinsey: Oh, come on. The way he looks at you? You had to see it coming.
Kinsey: Grow up, Gabi. He's not going to Vancouver out of his appreciation for great luging. It's cold up there. He wants to be alone with you in front of a fire and see what he can do to warm you up even more.
Vivian: I would think that's rather obvious. I would have left well enough alone if Carly hadn't killed Lawrence.
Hope: So maybe you are back for revenge.
Vivian: Well, I admit that was my original intention. But then I was welcomed back into the family with such warmth and spirit I-- oh, crap!
Hope: What is it?
Vivian: Well, I lost track of time. I have a hair appointment. I'm trying different looks for the wedding. God forbid I keep Joshua waiting.
Hope: God forbid. You haven't changed one bit. You're still after Carly. But what's Melanie have to do with that?
Carly: You know, there are times, mainly when I'm with you, that I actually feel like everything's gonna be okay. Now I have you, I have my daughter-- my beautiful daughter Melanie.
Bo: Yeah. Just gotta do something about Vivian.
Carly: And live happily ever after?
Caroline: Well, we don't have to go to the park. Let's go see daddy, shall we?
Maggie: Uh, should I call Bo and tell him you're on your way?
Caroline: No, no. Let's just surprise him.
Caroline: Okay. Let's go.
Justin: Okay, I'm gonna go out on a limb here. Why don't you just tell Nathan what you're worried about? Just speak to him honestly about it.
Stephanie: Is that what you and aunt Adrienne do?
Justin: No. We just tell other people to do that.
[Cell phone ringing]
Justin: Hold it here. What a coincidence. This is her. Um, I have to take this.
Stephanie: Go for it. Send her my love.
Justin: I will. And let me know how it goes with Nathan.
Stephanie: I will. Thank you.
Justin: Yeah. Hello?
Stephanie: You heard what the guy said. Just ask Nathan how he feels about Melanie. It has to be better to know for sure.
Chad: So we have tickets for the ski jump, and my dad's making calls to see about figure skating.
Kinsey: How about curling? Do you remember when we watched that on TV? Those brooms sweeping a mile a minute.
Tad: What a rush.
Chad: Yeah, I'll have my dad see about curling too. Hopefully they're not sold out.
Tad: Hey, man, whatever. The fact that you even invited us, incredible.
Kinsey: Totally. Chad, you are the most amazing friend. And adorable too. Is that the cutest face on earth or what?
Chad: Would you stop?
Kinsey: And those eyes.
Tad: All right, quit it, Kenzie. Enough sucking up.
Kinsey: I'm not. I'm being, like, a jillion percent sincere.
Chad: Okay, okay, let's just get back to the trip, huh? Has everyone started packing yet?
Kinsey: Well, I'm pretty much done.
Chad: And what about you, Gabi?
Gabi: Actually, I haven't. I still can't believe this is even happening.
Chad: Well, it is, and soon. So you'd better at least start thinking about what to bring.
Gabi: Well, I've done that. I think about it all the time.
Mia: Will, you know what, I have to go.
Mia: Yeah, I-- I need to go check on Maggie. So I will see you later.
Chad: Did I tell you this condo has this huge fireplace?
Carly: Okay, I gotta go. I gotta--I have a shift at the hospital.
Bo: Aw, come on. Do you have to?
Bo: What, you're saving lives, curing the sick. It's not all that important.
Carly: Well, I'll tell you what. I'll go do that, and you just keep Salem safe for democracy. Okay, commissioner? Bye.
Carly: I do love you.
Carly: I was just leaving.
Bo: Hey there, little one. Oh...this is a surprise.
Caroline: Apparently so. Don't let me keep you.
Bo: Here, let me get that. Pull your coat off. It's always good to see you.
Ciara: I'm gonna go draw my picture now.
Bo: Okay, okay. Um, I got you some new pencils and markers. They're on your desk. Go ahead.
Will: Hi, Aunt Maggie.
Maggie: Hi. I didn't expect to see you this morning.
Will: Well, I was worried about Mia. Um, out of the blue she just said that she really needed to see you, like something was really wrong. Is she okay?
Maggie: Will, I don't know. Mia's not here.
Charles: Yeah, okay. Yeah. Bye.
Mia: Your office said you'd be here.
Charles: What do you want?
Mia: I, uh-- I really need to talk to you about something.
Vivian: Yes, just tell his highness that I've changed my mind. I have better things to do than play with my hair. And charge the cancellation fee to Victor Kiriakis. Thank you. Well, let's see. What can I do to make Melanie's wedding something no one will forget?
Nathan: Melanie, fine, all right? You don't want me to touch you. You need to have someone look at it.
Melanie: I--I didn't say that about you touching me. I just--it's not a big deal.
Nathan: Well, you pulled your hand away like I was going to--
Melanie: Like you were gonna what?
Nathan: This is stupid, all right? Just...you need to have someone look at that, and you obviously need another doctor because we aren't capable of keeping a doctor/patient relationship. So...
Nathan: I don't know, Melanie. That's your problem, all right, not mine.
Melanie: Is it?
Hope: Yeah, I understand. And I really appreciate your concern. I'll talk to my husband about it and get back to you. Thank you. Hey, Henderson, it's Hope. Is Miss Alamain there? She left? No, no, no, no message. Okay, thanks. I hope you're getting the works.
Justin: Just who I was looking for.
Hope: Oh, listen, Justin, this isn't a good time. I'll talk to you later, okay?
Justin: Uh, it's about to get worse. I just got off the phone with Adrienne.
Justin: Yeah, oh. She said you called her to ask if our marriage was really over.
Hope: Oh, hold on a second. I didn't exactly say that.
Justin: Well, that's what Adrienne heard. And she also heard you nudging her to give me another chance?
Hope: I'm a romantic.
Justin: Hope, you're prolonging the agony. Our marriage is over. We both have to just move on.
Hope: Justin, I'm sorry-- I'm sorry, but can we talk about this later? I have something to do and I don't have a whole lot of time to do it, okay?
Justin: This isn't over!
Hope: Actually, I just realized that thing that I need to do, I could really use your help. Come with me. We need to hurry--come on.
Bo: Okay, I know that look. Let me have it.
Caroline: I'd like to ask you a question. Do you ever think about anybody but yourself?
Nathan: Sit here. Sorry.
Stephanie: What for? You're not the one who stepped in a three-foot puddle.
Nathan: Well, that's a little bit of an exaggeration, don't you think?
Stephanie: It was a three-foot puddle, trust me. I can barely feel my toes.
Stephanie: Oh, you don't want to touch my wet foot!
Nathan: This is a medical procedure. Don't interfere.
Nathan: So I know what you're thinking.
Stephanie: You do?
Nathan: Mm-hmm. You're thinking, "I was all so nice and warm and cozy and dry in this nice pub, and this doofus had to come along and call me and say, 'Hey, let's go for a walk and get some fresh air in the middle of February.'"
Stephanie: No, I'm-- I'm glad you called because I was actually gonna call you.
Stephanie: I wanted to talk to you about something.
Nathan: Well, if everything goes to plan, then we'll have a lot of time to talk.
Nathan: I put in for a few days break from the hospital. I got it.
Nathan: Yeah. I figured I was sick of Salem in the winter, so I decided to go someplace, well, even colder.
Stephanie: Well, that makes sense.
Nathan: Yeah. Alpine Valley. I checked out the ski lodge there--it's amazing. It's really cozy.
Stephanie: Oh, yeah, it's like a two-hour drive from here, right?
Nathan: Yeah. You been there?
Stephanie: No, no. I've always wanted to go. A friend of mine went skiing there and said it was beautiful.
Nathan: Yeah, that's what I hear.
Stephanie: Great. You should have a great time there.
Nathan: Well, I know I will, if you come with me.
Carly: Well, you must be relieved everything's okay. It's hard to find a wedding dress to go with a cast.
Melanie: Probably would have just rescheduled my wedding. I want everything to be perfect.
Carly: Of course. It's not every day you get to say "till death do us part."
Carly: Um, so are you two gonna write your own wedding vows?
Melanie: Uh... ye--I--I don't know. No one's really ever accused me of being very deep.
Carly: Well, I'm accusing you right now.
Melanie: Oh, yeah?
Carly: Yeah. Melanie, you've been through a lot in your life, and it's given you character and depth.
Melanie: You think so?
Carly: Yeah, I do. I see it in your eyes. Even when you wanted nothing to do with me, I could tell you were a person of substance.
Melanie: Wow. Well, um, maybe I can write these vows.
Carly: Of course you can. Look, the most important part is that they're heartfelt, right? If you know you love Philip and only Philip, and have no doubt that you want to spend the rest of your life with him, words don't matter.
Melanie: I don't have to fill these out, do I? You're just trying to keep me here? Sneaky. I like your style.
Carly: Okay, look, I butt in. I have a tendency to do that. I admit that. But I saw you with Nathan, and things looked a little intense.
Melanie: Um... that's--that's not really any of your business. Okay, Nathan and I kind of had a thing. I'm worried about him. I think he still has feelings for me. I'm just trying to be sensitive.
Carly: Well, you were being very sensitive. You wouldn't let him even touch your hand.
Melanie: That's his problem, not mine.
Carly: No, right. It's his problem. Just because you don't want to run the risk of having him even touch you...
Melanie: That's not it.
Carly: Look, if you have feelings for Nathan, there's nothing wrong with that. Melanie, you're not in trouble. Not yet, anyway.
Justin: So how long do you think Vivian's going to be gone?
Hope: I don't know. She was trying different hairstyles at the salon. I can't see it taking less than two hours.
Justin: You think that's enough time to get into that stupid box of hers?
Hope: God, I hope so. Whatever Vivian's planning for Carly, whatever's in that box has something to do with it.
Justin: And aren't you going to look like the perfect hero when you give Bo the evidence that will nail Vivian?
Hope: I'm just trying to help.
Justin: Even Carly's going to have to say thank you.
Hope: Ha, I don't know about that. I don't think she wants anyone but Bo protecting her. She really knows how to work that damsel in distress thing, doesn't she?
Justin: So if you slay Carly's dragon, she won't seem so appealing to Bo. I don't know if it's that simple anymore.
Hope: Hey, listen, we're on the clock. Can we talk motivation later? If Henderson or anyone tries to get past you, call me on my cell, okay?
Justin: Good luck.
Hope: I'm sorry if my call to Adrienne made things harder for you. I just want to see you happy.
Justin: I feel the same way about you.
Hope: Thanks. I'm so tired of everything being so complicated.
Justin: The solution could be very simple, Hope.
Bo: I'm a selfish bastard, Ma. My family doesn't mean a damn thing to me.
Caroline: That came out stronger than I meant it to be. God knows I'm not in a position to throw stones.
Bo: Oh, no. [Chuckles] You always say that before the big guns.
Caroline: Okay, the big guns. You think about what it does to Ciara when she comes home and she sees Carly. And then she hears this woman tell her daddy that she loves him.
Bo: Is that any worse than her mommy in their new home doing whatever she does with Justin?
Caroline: We're not talking about that. We're talking about Ciara. And about your responsibility to your daughter.
Bo: Hope took my daughter from me, Ma! She ripped this family apart. Hell, my own ma doesn't even see that Hope is the one who did this!
Caroline: Oh, so that lets you off the hook, huh? Hope's wrong, and anything you do is justified. You tell that to Ciara. That should be a big comfort.
Will: She's not picking up.
Maggie: Well, honey, I really don't think you need to worry about Mia. Maybe she bumped into some friends or something.
Will: No, she doesn't have any friends.
Maggie: Well, that can't be true.
Will: No, it kind of is. Aunt Maggie... since Grace, she's not even the same person. And I really try to understand...
Will: I saw my mom after Grace died... and now I see you now that...
Maggie: My Mickey's gone?
Will: Yeah. I mean, you're still you. You know, you're you, but sad. I'm just-- I'm not sure I still know who Mia is.
Charles: I can't see what you and I possibly have to talk about.
Mia: You know what, I shouldn't have come. It just didn't seem right not to at least say thank you.
Charles: Thank you?
Mia: Yeah. Look, I know you probably blame me for...what happened. But it means a lot to me that Chad and I can still at least be friends.
Charles: I have no idea what you're talking about. Chad told me you were out of his life.
Mia: He didn't tell you about--
Charles: About what?
Mia: You know what, I shouldn't have come. I just--I shouldn't have said anything.
Charles: No, wait. You listen a second. You came here for a reason, and I want to know what it is.
Mia: You didn't even know--
Charles: Know what, damn it?
Mia: That Chad invited me to Vancouver. I just wanted to say thank you.
Stephanie: You want me to go away with you?
Nathan: Yeah. Uh, is that better?
Stephanie: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Much. Thank you.
Stephanie: Wow, I, um... I didn't see that coming.
Nathan: Yeah, no, I know. Because it's too soon, right?
Stephanie: No, no, no. I think it's a wonderful idea.
Nathan: All right.
Stephanie: I can't wait.
Stephanie: So when do you want to go?
Nathan: I was, uh-- I was thinking Valentine's Day.
Stephanie: No, I can't do that.
Melanie: I don't know why I'm still talking to you.
Carly: I thought we kind of made peace.
Melanie: Yeah, but you're kind of butting in again.
Carly: Right. But you know I'm onto something, right?
Melanie: Things are a little more complicated than I'd like them to be.
Carly: I see. So you want a calm, simple life like mine.
Melanie: God forbid.
Carly: Look, you grew up way too fast out of necessity. Maybe... maybe you don't know what young is supposed to feel like. I mean, you have feelings for two different guys, and you're acting like it's a bad thing.
Melanie: I'm getting married.
Carly: You're trying to pin it down and make a decision and move on and be a grownup when, in fact, maybe you should just be a kid, you know? And enjoy the fact that you've got two really good-looking guys in the palm of your hands.
Melanie: You're not supposed to say things like that to me.
Carly: I know. I just don't want you to get hurt. Look, the situation, it's kid stuff right now. It's no big deal. But you get married, and then everything is grownup, and you could end up really, really unhappy.
Melanie: So what, you're saying I should leave Philip and give Nathan another chance?
Justin: What the hell are you doing here?
Vivian: Uh, I live here. I should be asking you that question.
Justin: Your hair doesn't look any different.
Vivian: Why should it?
Justin: Well, Henderson said that you had gone to the hairdresser.
Vivian: You're discussing my hair appointment with Henderson? Justin, you don't have enough to do.
Justin: Where are you going?
Vivian: I'm going to my room to take off my coat. Would you like me to call Henderson so you can discuss it?
Justin: Actually, you can't do that. Not yet. I, um...I, um... I have to talk to you about something very important.
Will: Uh, so, where were you?
Will: I mean, you said you were going to Maggie's, and I went there, but you never showed up.
Mia: Uh, you went to Maggie's?
Will: Yes. I was worried about you.
Mia: You don't have to be. I'm fine.
Will: Okay, so what happened?
Mia: I--I was just-- I decided that, you know, I wasn't in a very good mood, and Maggie shouldn't have to deal with that. So I just walked for a little while.
Will: Okay, well, I would have gone with you. I mean, you could have told me that you were in a bad mood.
Mia: There was nothing you could have done about it.
Mia: Ooh, someone's not having a good phone call.
Chad: But I already asked everybody.
Mia: Well, anyway, for some reason or another, I'm in a much better mood now.
Chad: You guys will not believe this.
Gabi: What happened?
Chad: That was my dad, and out of nowhere cancelled the trip. Said we couldn't use the condo.
Kinsey: What? I'll die. I swear I'll die.
Tad: Shut up, Kinsey. Let him explain.
Chad: Okay, half an hour ago, him and I were totally fine. Now I'm getting the "If I'm gonna act like a child, I'm gonna be treated like a child" crap. I mean, what the hell did I do?
Kinsey: Inconsistency, thy name is parents.
Gabi: Chad, I'm so sorry. I know you were looking forward to this.
Kinsey: He was looking forward to it? I told everyone I know. Everyone I hate.
Chad: Look, I'm so sorry, guys. I know you were really excited about this, I know.
Mia: Hey, guys, come on. It's not the end of the world. You can always just watch the Olympics on TV.
Stephanie: In case you forgot, Philip and Melanie are getting married on Valentine's Day.
Stephanie: So I am helping Melanie plan the wedding, so if we go on Valentine's Day, I'll have to tell her where I'm going. And remember, we're not going to tell her about us until after they're married.
Nathan: I know. I forgot. Sorry.
Stephanie: Well, we can wait until afterwards, right? Skiing on February 15th will be just as fun, right?
Nathan: Right. I guess.
Nathan: Okay. Only if you're there.
Stephanie: I will be.
Nathan: All right.
Vivian: What could we have to talk about?
Justin: I shouldn't have put it that way. I need to ask you a favor.
Vivian: What can I possibly do for you?
Justin: Talk to Victor. As you know, he's pretty upset with me about Hope.
Vivian: Yeah, he gets a little snarky when it comes to coveting thy neighbor's wife, unless, of course, he's doing the coveting.
Justin: Well, I'd really appreciate it if you could just, you know, talk to him for me.
Vivian: Uh-huh. Well, I'll try. Not that you matter to me or anything, but I do like to have people in my debt.
Hope: Oh, Vivian, I didn't know you were back. I--well, I thought you were having your hair done.
Vivian: Why is everybody so concerned with my hair this morning?
Justin: Psst. Did you get it?
Hope: Yeah, but I think we have a bit of a problem here.
Bo: Ma, I'm doing the best I can here.
Caroline: Well, your daughter is really upset.
Bo: Yeah, I-- I can see. I am trying. I am. And I don't know what's going on with Hope these days. Anything I say or do is wrong in her eyes. And I can't talk to her. She just talks at me, and we can't talk about anything, especially Ciara. And I do think about my daughter...
Caroline: I know.
Bo: All the time.
Caroline: I know, honey. I know. I know this isn't easy for you. I know. But I think you have to ask yourself the question-- not what's best for you, but what's best for Ciara. And I don't think the answer has anything to do with Carly Manning.
Carly: I guess I think you should just slow down, you know, and think things through.
Melanie: But Philip loves me and accepts me for who I am. And I love him too. I can make him really happy.
Carly: And do you think he can make you happy?
Melanie: Yes. I do.
Carly: Then it's really none of my business.
Melanie: I don't know why I stopped hating you.
Carly: Uh, 'cause you enjoy being around someone who screws up more than you do?
Melanie: Yeah, that's probably it. I remember when Hope was telling you off that night, I was thinking I have definitely been in those shoes before. I just passed judgment before I knew the whole story.
Carly: No harm done.
Melanie: All right, so Bo is Philip's brother, and he's gonna be at the wedding.
Carly: I know that.
Melanie: Why don't you come too?
Gus: So have you figured out how you're going to eliminate Carly Manning's daughter?
Vivian: Not how. Not yet. But I know when. On her wedding day.
Bo: It has to be a red marker, right?
Ciara: For the snowman's scarf.
Bo: Yeah, well, we've got everything else in the world in here.
Ciara: Did you find what I need?
Bo: No, baby, um...not yet.
Hope: You don't think she's gonna notice the box is gone?
Justin: I say we worry about that once we find out what's inside the box.
Hope: This stupid thing is as weird as Vivian herself.
Justin: I'm just glad she doesn't use a safety deposit box like a normal person.
Hope: I got it. [Whispering] Damn you, Brady. Damn you.
Vivian: She watched Lawrence die. Now she's gonna watch her own daughter die.
Bo: This situation is way too volatile.
Hope: Don't you see? This explains everything.
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