Days Transcript Friday 3/11/11

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 3/11/11 - Canada; Monday 3/14/11 - U.S.A.


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Gabi: You bitch, it was you. You stole my earrings.

Kinsey: Oh, dear, is this that Latin temperament we're supposed to find so endearing?

Gabi: You took the earrings that Will gave me, and you're stupid enough to be wearing them.

Kinsey: Okay, can we start the wild, baseless accusations after I've had my latte?

Gabi: Those are mine.

Kinsey: Get this psycho off of me.

Bo: Whoa, whoa, whoa, hey, hey, come on. Whoa, hey, hey. What the hell's going on here?

Kinsey: She attacked me for absolutely no reason at all. And I want to press charges.

Man: Oh, hey, if you're here to reclaim those earrings, you're too late.

Dario: I'm not. I'm here to pawn this stuff.

Jennifer: Come on in.

Adrienne: Don't you just hate when people just drop by without even calling?

Jennifer: Yes, I do very much.

Adrienne: Well, would you forgive me if I had a really good reason?

Jennifer: Probably not. I'm kind of mean.

Adrienne: [Laughs] I have some news, and I want my sister-in-law to be the first to hear it.

Jennifer: Okay.


Adrienne: Justin and I are get married again.

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness, Adrienne. That's so incredible.

Adrienne: I really think we can make it work this time.

Jennifer: Yeah.

Adrienne: Are you crying?

Jennifer: No, no. I'm so happy for you.

Adrienne: But my little bombshell made everything worse.

Jennifer: No, I'm so happy that you and Justin are getting married again. I just--I wish I could find Jack.

Adrienne: Oh, honey, you miss him?

Jennifer: No, I want to find him so I can divorce him.

Nathan: No, okay, so but is there a reason why I wasn't told that Melanie was checking out? I found out from my cousin.

Woman: Sorry, doctor.

Nathan: She's not strong enough to go home yet. She's--

Maggie: Why, Nathan, I had no idea you were so old-school. Something happens doctor doesn't like, said doctor yells at nurse.

Nathan: You're right. She's always right. And I'm--I'm sorry.

Woman: At least you're cute.


Maggie: Honey, if you don't think that Melanie is strong enough to take care of herself, I can stay with her.

Nathan: That's not what I really meant. Look, neither Daniel nor Dr. Strickland would let her go if she wasn't medically okay.

Maggie: But?

Nathan: She's--look, she didn't know which end was up before she lost the baby, and now...

Maggie: Well, so then you think that the case will be that if she stayed here in the hospital, she'd be fine.

Nathan: Well, it's a controlled environment.

Maggie: Controlled environment?

Nathan: Well-ordered.

Maggie: Nathan, you're talking to me here. I think what you mean is that, if she stayed, then you could see her whenever you wanted.

Daniel: Come on. I'll make a bed up on the couch, and then I'll make you some dinner, and you'll be just fine, okay?

Melanie: Sounds good. Can I shower?

Carly: Yeah. And if you need anything, just call us, okay?

Melanie: It's okay. I can handle the shower.

Carly: Okay.

Melanie: Thanks.

Carly: I'm really worried about her.

Daniel: I know.

Carly: No, she's so reserved, she won't let me in.

Daniel: Yeah, I wonder where she gets that from.

Carly: What are you talking about?

Daniel: Carly, you're in pain, and, as usual, you just go on as if nothing happened.

Johnny: Rafe, should I try to talk to Reed?

Rafe 2: Why? Sounds like a real jerk to me.

Johnny: I mean, before I hit him.

Rafe 2: Well, okay, listen up. The way I see it, you two have already talked. So no. You know? This guy starts giving you any more grief--hey, listen up. If he gives you any more grief, you smash his face, okay? You beat the crap out of him.

Sami: What did you just say to my son?

Rafe 2: Hey. Didn't hear you come in.

Sami: Obviously. Where's Sydney?

Rafe 2: Oh, she's down for a nap.

Sami: Hey, Johnny. Hey, sweetheart, I need you to go play in your room quietly, okay? Don't wake up your sister.

Johnny: Are you and Rafe gonna have a fight?

Sami: We're just gonna talk, okay? So go play in your room, sweetheart.

Johnny: Sorry.

Rafe 2: What's got you so fired up?

Sami: Are you serious? You seriously don't know? I mean, come on. I come in and see you telling my little boy to beat the crap out of another little boy.

Rafe 2: Well...

Sami: And what's with the ice cream anyway? What did they have for lunch?

Rafe 2: I guess I'm in the doghouse now, huh? I screwed up this time.

Sami: You think this is funny?

Rafe 2: Well, no, I sure as hell don't think it's serious, though. I mean, come on. By the way, Johnny, I don't know if you noticed, but he's a boy. Okay? So sorry if when you walked in the door, we weren't eating health food or talking about feelings.

Sami: Stop it. Do not run over this like it's not important, because it is. You were telling Johnny to attack another child.

Rafe 2: Yeah.

Sami: That isn't you. That is not the man that I married. It is not part of the man that I know. What are you doing? What has happened to you?

Jennifer: So tell me--you still haven't told me, what is the date, when is this gonna happen?

Adrienne: God, Jennifer, it means the world to me that you're so happy for me. But I don't want to talk any more wedding stuff, not until we cover the really important question here. How big a jerk is my brother Jack now?

Jennifer: Oh, Adrienne, you know what, I don't want you to say that, 'cause I know how much you love him.

Adrienne: I always will. But it doesn't make me blind or stupid. Jennifer, you're married. You have a family. You've got kids, and you go through what you went through, and you don't even hear from him?

Jennifer: All right, well, when you say it like that, yeah, he's a jerk.

Adrienne: Honestly, I did everything I could to get in touch with him. I was gonna consult an ouija board until that stupid blog popped up and proved he was still alive.

Jennifer: Adrienne, oh, yeah, he's alive. He is alive and sharing.

Adrienne: I can't imagine anyone feeling so lost, so dumb as to want to hear anything Jack has to say.

Jennifer: And, you know what, I left him a message on that blog. And he either doesn't read them, or he just doesn't care to answer them.

Adrienne: I'm so sorry, baby.

Jennifer: You know what's really scary? I really stopped wanting him to care.

Daniel: So you're not gonna talk to me?

Carly: Daniel, I appreciate your concern, but it's misplaced, okay. We need to focus on Melanie right now.

Daniel: You know what I hate?

Carly: People who pop their gum. Me too.

Daniel: No, people who explain me to me.

Carly: Well, then you would never do that to someone else, would you?

Daniel: I wouldn't do it if I didn't think it was important. Carly, when you were with Lawrence, you were good. You were very good. Just going it alone and just keeping it all inside.

Carly: Well, I find it a very useful skill.

Daniel: Well, you know what, I saw you crying. And it wasn't just about Melanie, was it?

Carly: What would happen, Daniel, if I just opened up and told you everything? I mean, I start crying again. How does that help her? It doesn't.

Daniel: Well, that's cheating.

Carly: Well, whatever works. Listen, I have a favor to ask. I started a conversation with her. I'd like to finish it. Could you give us some alone time, even if it means I'm kicking you out of your own apartment?

Daniel: Yeah, whatever works.

Carly: [Laughs]

Daniel: You know, I got something to do.

Carly: What's that?

Daniel: Oh, I don't know. Just some stuff. See you later. If you won't talk to me about Bo, I'll go to him to talk about you.

Bo: Will, why don't you and Gabi wait for me over here? You, come here.

Kinsey: Wait, that's it?

Bo: A regular.

Kinsey: She attacks me without any provocation at all, and all she gets is a time out? No, I don't think so.

Bo: I'm thinking you watch a lot of reality TV with those girls and their finger-wagging attitudes. Let me tell you something. That's not gonna work here. Gabi's brother's a cop. And I'm the police commissioner. So you might want to think about changing that... attitude of yours, okay? Where'd you get the earrings?

Kinsey: I bought them at a pawn shop. I still have the receipt, sir.

Bo: Good. I'd like to see that receipt.

Kinsey: Well, I don't have it on me, but I'll get it for you.

Bo: Okay. We'll be in touch. And, yes, you have every right to press charges. But let me warn you, it's a very tedious and not very productive process. And Gabi's been through an awful lot lately, and I'd take it as a personal favor if you'd cut her a little slack.

Kinsey: Okay. But she did start it.

Bo: Okay. I'll talk to her about that. Thank you. Gabi... what were you doing?

Gabi: She took my earrings.

Bo: If those are your earrings, someone else took them. But I've got a lead on it.

Will: What's the lead?

Bo: Thanks, Will. I'll take care of it. And you stay away from her. I don't want you to be dragged down to the station on your brother's first day back. Later.

Gabi: So that's it. We just--we just do nothing?

Will: Well, right now, you do. But I'm gonna go talk to Kinsey.

Man: Like I said, you get more money if you have receipts.

Dario: Well, it's my mom's stuff. They're things from a long time ago. She didn't keep the receipts.

Man: Pity.

Dario: Look, I might be back, okay? She kind of needs the money, but she's just too proud to come down here herself.

Man: Well, ain't it just so sweet she has such a dutiful son.

Dario: This is gonna take longer than I thought.

Sami: It's a real question.

Rafe 2: Uh-huh.

Sami: What's happened to you?

Rafe 2: You know, I guess I could ask you the same question. What's happened to you? You didn't used to question everything that I said, or did, for that matter.

Sami: Because you didn't used to do stuff like this. I just don't understand it. I'm not trying to control you. I just want to understand. Because I cannot accept you telling Johnny to attack a kid like that.

Rafe 2: Huh.

Sami: I mean, one of the things I used to love about you is that you weren't a bully. I mean, you had all this strength, and you would never abuse it.

Rafe 2: Well, okay. How about we stop talking about who I used to be, what I used to do, and start talking about Johnny and how he is now? Oh, and the real world that he lives in. You want to know what the worst thing is you can be when you're a kid? Different. And now Johnny is frickin' different. And all the kids in his class, they're gonna pick on him because of that, you know that? And he feels scared, and he feels puny, and you know what? He has a right to. So maybe he needs someone like me telling him that he can beat the crap out of 'em. That they made a mistake underestimating that little guy.

Sami: Really?

Rafe 2: Yeah.

Sami: So he's going through something like that, and you teach him the DiMera solution? To use brute force? To hit first, ask questions later? The thing you used to hate about EJ the most was that he was a bully. All said and done, he's just a big bully. But now you're teaching Johnny the exact same thing. When he needs you most. You're just like Stefano training EJ.

Rafe 2: Huh. How about that, Stefano? She's not gonna stay married long to a dude that reminds her of you.

Melanie: Thank you.

Carly: You're welcome. Your dad had to run some errands. Are you starving?

Melanie: I'm okay. I'm kind of glad we have some alone time. I wanted to thank you for... listening to me earlier.

Carly: Well, you know what a burden it is for me to listen to you.

Melanie: No, it's just you made everything clear. You know, that I can't go back to the way things were.

Carly: Are you taking about Nathan?

Melanie: It's over. But the good news is, because it's over, you don't have to hear me talk about it--

Carly: I never have a problem listening to you talk. Ever.

Melanie: I just don't think I want to talk about it anymore. Um, can you do me a favor? Can you not tell dad? I want to be the one to tell him.

Carly: Okay, it's your call. You know he's gonna understand.

Melanie: I know. He's, like, the most understanding guy I've ever met. You know? When I was thinking about going back to Philip, he was like Switzerland. I know he wanted to kill him, but he just kept saying, "whatever you want, sweetheart."

Carly: He really is something, isn't he?

Melanie: Yeah. I don't know how he always manages to keep his cool.

Bo: So run a search. See if there's any other reports on small-time jewelry theft. Check insurance claims too, okay?

McCarthy: Got it.

Daniel: Is there somewhere we could talk privately?

Bo: Yeah, sure. Right over here. So what's up?

Daniel: Oh, not much. Just thought I'd drop by and tell you you're a complete jerk.

Rafe 2: Oh, yeah.

Sami: You're still here.

Rafe 2: Well, I wasn't sure if you were done yelling at me yet.

Sami: I never yelled at you. I'm upset. I'm just trying to make sure you understand why.

Rafe 2: Oh, yeah, I understand. In fact, I heard it loud and clear. You think that I am corrupting your son.

Sami: Now he's my son?

Rafe 2: Did I get that wrong?

Sami: No, you just used to always care so much about them. You thought of them as your kids.

Rafe 2: I do. I-I do, Sami. When you--when you're pissed at me about how the way you think I'm raising them, it's not cool.

Sami: All right. I have always appreciated how wonderful and supportive and generous you have been with my children, that you did think of them as yours. And I can see how you thought you were doing what was best for Johnny. You were trying to help him learn to protect himself. But I don't agree with that technique. I don't think that's the right thing for my son. He is going through... and that is not the way to handle it.

Rafe 2: [Snickers] Okay, I mean, what, you think--

Sami: He cannot go around punching people and getting aggressive and spending the rest of his life thinking that violence is the answer.

Rafe 2: Come on, it's like, what, you think I took him to the shooting range or something? Jeez.

Sami: It isn't funny. This is not a joke to me. My son's condition is not a joke to me.

Rafe 2: All right. I'm not laughing, okay? I don't think it's funny at all, but, I mean, come on, you're kind of over-reacting here a little bit.

Sami: This is not me over-reacting. Okay? This is a big deal. This is the rest of my son's life, and I want him to grow up believing in the best in people.

Rafe 2: To be pushed around, you mean?

Sami: I do not think that believing that there's good in people and being pushed around has to be the same thing.

Rafe 2: Yeah, but--

Sami: In fact, that's not even logical.

Rafe 2: If he's not fighting back against bigger kids, you know what's gonna happen? The kid's doomed.

Sami: You know what... obviously neither of us should have this conversation right now. You have to go to work. It's a big day. I want it to be a good day for you, so why don't you just--

[Cell phone ringing]

Sami: It's my sister.

Rafe 2: Oh, answer it, 'cause I'm out of here in two minutes anyway. Go on.

Sami: Hi, Carrie. Yeah. How are you? How's Austin?

Rafe 2: All right. Obviously, since my home life is in the toilet, I should just immerse myself in my job. [Sniffs]

Man: Do you have the money?

Dario: I, um, I have to talk to you about that.

Adrienne: Um, I love you.

Jennifer: I love you.

Adrienne: [Giggles]

Jennifer: God, this is ridiculous. This is stupid. I am not gonna sit here and feel sorry for myself. I am not gonna do it. Not one more minute.

Daniel: Well, that's not how I intended to start.

Bo: That wasn't ambiguous.

Daniel: No, you know, I'm just really worried about Carly.

Bo: Yeah, well, so am I. I call her pretty much every day. She doesn't pick up. I leave a message. She never returns my call.

Daniel: Yeah, well, why would she?

Bo: Right. Why would she? [Sighs] Since I'm the jerk in this situation, I want you to know I never meant to aban-- the last thing I ever wanted was to hurt her. That was never my intention. As you know, it's a complicated situation. She's always known that. I've known it. And she's been very understanding. And, believe me, I would have liked things to have been very different.

Daniel: Yeah, me too. You know, I'm just very protective of Carly obviously, and I guess I was foolishly impulsive to come here. I thought I was... I don't know what I thought.

Bo: You're just trying to help her.

Daniel: Yeah. Right, by being hard on you, and what does that accomplish?

Bo: I'm glad she's got you in her corner.

Daniel: Really? Well, you know, I don't know about me, but, you know, Melanie needs her right now, and I think--I really think that gives Carly purpose in life.

Maggie: What aren't you telling me?

Nathan: She says she doesn't want anything to do with me and that it's over between us.

Maggie: I see. Well, I guess that's why she's been avoiding my calls. I'm so sorry.

Nathan: No, don't be. Melanie and I are meant to be together, and I know that, deep down, she feels the same way. And right now she's being pulled in so many different directions. You know, and, I mean, she's so sad about that baby, and--

Maggie: And? And?

Nathan: And I--and I pushed, okay, too hard, too fast. And I know that, and I was-- I am so angry with Philip Kiriakis.

Maggie: Honey.

Nathan: Well, look what he did to her. Look what he put her through.

Maggie: Okay, honey. Listen to me. Like you said, she is dealing with a lot. And maybe on top of all of that, she can't deal with your anger too.

Nathan: Yeah. I'm angry with Philip. I love her.

Maggie: Whatever. She needs time. Quiet time.

Melanie: For me?

Carly: Yeah, open it. I bought it for you on my trip.

Melanie: Oh, Mom, it's beautiful.

Carly: It's your birthstone. There was this particularly boring session at the conference, and I took a walk. And I went by this antique shop, and that was in the window. And since it's your birthstone, I thought you were fated to have it.


Melanie: It's so pretty. You did not have to do this.

Carly: Are you kidding? Do you know how happy it made me where, after all these years all I got to do was dream about you, I can look at something and go, "yeah, that's Melanie"? [Cell phone rings] You sure you want to talk to people?

Melanie: Um, I don't want to hide. Hello?

Nathan: It's me.

Sami: [Coughs] You're still here?

Rafe 2: Yeah. I don't want to leave like that. So? How's your sister?

Sami: Same as always.

Rafe 2: Oh, good. Listen, I got to go. I just wanted to--I just want to make sure we're good.

Sami: Yeah, we'll--we'll talk later.

Rafe 2: All right.

Sami: I-I have your coffee. Don't forget your coffee I got you.

Rafe 2: Yeah, you see? Coffee. Too good to me, you know? Okay.

Sami: What's wrong?

Rafe 2: Nothing. Nothing. It's just--it's cold.

Sami: You like it cold.

Rafe 2: Yup. I do. It's just--it's not cold enough. So I'm gonna take it with me. Hey, I'm off to get the bad guys. Okay.

Sami: How does something like that change? He hated that coffee. Johnny? Come out here for a second. Mommy needs to talk to you.

Melanie: Nathan, I don't want to talk to you.

Nathan: I don't--I don't think you meant what you said, and I'm not giving up.

Melanie: I did. You're wonderful. I'm sorry. But it's over.

Carly: Hey. Are you okay?

Melanie: No.

Carly: I know. It's a silly question. Let me rephrase that. Are you sure you want to end things with Nathan?

Melanie: Yeah. I'm not gonna change my mind about him, Mom. I can't.

Jennifer: No. I'm not gonna do it. I'm not gonna bury my rage in a cheeseburger. And onion rings. And a chocolate shake.

Daniel: Whoa.

Jennifer: Hi.

Daniel: Hi. Wow, you're, like, everywhere. You're a busy girl. Must be feeling good.

Jennifer: Yeah, you know these hearts, they're a great thing. Can't tell you how much I'm enjoying mine right now.

Daniel: Well, that's good to hear. You never paid your medical bill. Maybe you should buy me a cup of coffee.

Jennifer: That's funny. I was on my way out.

Daniel: Of course you were. You're busy. Head on out.

Jennifer: Actually I'm not busy. I'm trying to resist temptation because right now I am craving a cheeseburger.

Daniel: You're craving a cheeseburger? Well, why don't I make a little diversion for you? We'll shoot some darts.

Jennifer: We will?

Daniel: That's right. Yeah. Yeah, I need to leave Carly and Melanie alone. You need to be diverted. And the answer, as it often is, darts.

Jennifer: Darts?

Daniel: Darts.

Jennifer: Darts.

Daniel: However, I detect a little lack of enthusiasm in your response.

Jennifer: You know, you just, you don't seem like a dart kind of guy.

Daniel: Well, why wouldn't I seem like a dart kind of guy?

Jennifer: Because I just didn't think you were a complete dork.

Daniel: [Laughs] Wow. Darts.

Man: Hey. You want to make this little lady happy, I got some beautiful engagement rings right here.

Will: Actually, we were hoping we could find some information.

Man: Sorry, that's the one commodity I don't trade in.

Will: Okay, I guess I am gonna have to call Uncle Bo.

Gabi: Well, you don't have to call the police commissioner just to get my earrings back.

Man: You say police commissioner?

Will: Yeah, he's my uncle. And like I said, I didn't want to bother him, but we're just looking for information, so...

Gabi: Why don't you just call your grandfather? He's the police commander.

Will: Yeah, I should have thought of that.

Man: What do you want to know?

Gabi: Well, there's this girl. She talks like this. And she bought some earrings here, diamond studs. Remember her?

Man: Yeah. Real charmer? I don't know her name or anything, though.

Will: Actually we want to know about the person who sold you the earrings in the first place.

Gabi: Do you remember what he looks like?

Dario: I know you said it was more than this, but I can get it. I just need a little more time. Okay?

McCarthy: It is so good to have you back. Your desk is just the way you left it.

Bo: That is not exactly accurate. McCarthy here did all your paperwork while you were gone. So you've got the only clean desk in the room.

[Telephone rings]

McCarthy: Oh.

Rafe 2: Well, it's good to be back.

McCarthy: McCarthy.

Bo: Not so fast.

Rafe 2: I thought you said that blondie did all my paperwork for me.

Bo: Yeah, well, this is the paperwork from this morning.

Rafe 2: Okay.

Bo: Um, good to have you back. Call me if you need anything.

Rafe 2: Yeah. Thanks.

Bo: Oh, um, did you bring back all those DiMera files that you took home with you? Uh...

Daniel: So you're telling me you think darts are dorky?

Jennifer: And the men who throw them.

Daniel: Hmm. Really? It is a game of skill. Of strategy, of stamina.

Jennifer: Stamina?

Daniel: Oh, yeah.

Jennifer: It's chubby guys in cardigans. They throw them in a bar. It makes bowling look like a triathlon.

Daniel: Ah, I see. You mock what you do not--

Jennifer: Ah? What's ah?

Daniel: Ah is you mock what you do not do.

Jennifer: I don't want to do it.

Daniel: No, you can't do it. You tried. You were no good at it, so you threw in the towel, and now you just resort to sarcasm.

Jennifer: Okay, yes, my secret's out. The shame, the shame. I cannot throw a dart.

Daniel: All right, that's what I'm here for. I'm gonna show you. Right? You want to know what the trick is? You do. I can see it in your eyes. You look at a board. And you got to visualize something you want to hit.

Jennifer: Is that right?

Daniel: Oh, yeah, that's right. Yeah, I once won $300 visualizing that fan who interfered with the catch-- Alou, Wrigley Field, Cubs out of the World Series.

Jennifer: Okay, so you're saying all I have to do is visualize something that I really want to hit.

Daniel: Ommm.

Jennifer: All right. Let's go, dork man. Come on.

Melanie: You know what, I'm gonna go get that takeout that we ordered.

Carly: Honey, I'll do it.

Melanie: Yeah, I could use the walk.

Carly: You take your phone and call me if you get tired?

Melanie: You don't have to worry about me, Mom.

Carly: I may not have to worry, but I always will.

Man: He had a blue shirt. He had this brown zip-up thing, pullover. About all I can tell you.

Gabi: Well, that's some description. I mean, that could be anybody.

Will: Well, maybe that's all you can tell us, but there's more you can show us. Why don't we take a look at the footage in that camera?

Man: Oh, no, there ain't no tape in there. It's just a deterrent.

Will: Too bad. If there was, I wouldn't have to call Uncle Bo.

Man: I'm really starting to dislike your Uncle Bo.

Rafe 2: Oh, yeah, the--the DiMera files. You know, yeah, you know what, I forgot 'em at home. I'll bring 'em tomorrow.

Bo: Okay. Don't forget again.

Rafe 2: Okay.

Bo: Like I said, good to have you back.

Rafe 2: Okay. This is quite a program. Now I have access to all the criminal files of every perv in the state. This ought to be interesting.

Sami: So let me get this straight. You had ice cream for lunch?

Johnny: With sprinkles.

Sami: And Rafe told you you should punch Reed?

Johnny: He showed me how you got to keep your wrist straight.

Sami: Whoa. Really?

Johnny: Rafe's just the best. So which one tasted better?

Daniel: Focus.

Jennifer: Okay. Oh. [Gasps] Oh, my God.

Daniel: What are you, like a hustler? That was like--you're like an Olympic dart thrower.

Jennifer: No, I just did what you said. And I was aiming at Jack.

Daniel: Ah, then Jack's a wise man to stay away from Salem. So still think darts are dorky?

Both: Um... no.

Daniel: And the man who's teaching you?

Jennifer: Well, let's just say...

Daniel: Oh, boy.

Jennifer: The light of dorkiness would take eight million light years to hit you.

Daniel: [Laughs] Wow.

Jennifer: [Laughs]

Daniel: That's good. That's good. You should laugh, though, more. You got a pretty smile. Keep that up. That's good.

Jennifer: Thank you.

Daniel: Yeah.

Jennifer: I'm glad I ran into you.

Daniel: Likewise, I'm sure.

Jennifer: Oh, I just--I take everything really seriously. You should know that. And, I mean, this whole thing with Jack and Adrienne and Abigail and--you have no idea what I'm talking about, but I'm taking it all way too seriously.

Daniel: Really? Well, let me help. 'Cause I'm notoriously not a serious man.

Jennifer: I'm not so sure about that. But, you know what, you're really fun. And that's not nothing. So thank you.

Carly: Nathan.

Nathan: I need to see Melanie.

Carly: She's not here. She really--she really isn't here, okay?

Nathan: Please.

Carly: Listen to me. Look, she doesn't want to see you. Nathan, unless she asks, please don't come by again. I'm sorry.

Nathan: [Sobs]

Man: That's him right there.

Gabi: Oh, my God. It can't be him.

Sami: So remember how I was telling you that Rafe still has trouble remembering some things? Like you're not supposed to have ice cream for lunch. But it's also really important for you to know that you're not supposed to hit. Okay? No matter what happens, you are not supposed to get in a fight at school. Okay?

Johnny: But Rafe said.

Sami: I know. I know. But remember? Rafe is just not sure about things all the time right now. Okay? So if you have any questions, or if anything bad happens to you at school, you come talk to mommy. And we'll talk about it, okay? Just shouldn't bother Rafe about it until he's better.

Johnny: But I don't want Rafe to get better. I want him to stay just the way he is.


Rafe 2: Yeesh. I never did like that picture of me. Well, that's all over now.

On the next “Days of our Lives" --

Dario: Call the cops, and I'll throw you in the river.

EJ: This is over, all right. I've had enough.

Taylor: I don't want to take your husband away from you.

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