Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 6/3/11 - Canada; Monday 6/6/11 - U.S.A.
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Sami: Hey. Piece of garbage, I...
Rafe 2: Hey, babe.
Rafe 2: I was hoping you'd come by.
Daniel: Okay. Okay.
Daniel: This--we, uh, we got to take things slowly here.
Jennifer: You're right. Okay.
Jennifer: Yeah, you're right. Slow.
Jennifer: Slow. It's not working.
Daniel: Mm. [Laughter] We're sticky.
Jennifer: Lips are everywhere.
Abigail: So... how about those cubs?
Dario: You know, Mel, with friends like you, who needs enem--
Melanie: Wait. Just a question. Are we friends, or do you want to be something more?
Dario: What do you think?
Melanie: I don't really know how to respond to that.
Dario: So don't. Forget I ever said anything.
Melanie: No. No, no, wait. Please.
Vivian: I was wondering when I was going to run into you.
Quinn: Sorry I didn't tell you I was here in Salem. I didn't think you'd actually care.
Vivian: Oh, I do care. Very deeply. Now could you please tell me when you're getting the hell out of here?
Caroline: Oh, you.
Rafe: Where's Sami?
Caroline: Listen, Sami can wait. I want your full attention. Somebody has to straighten you out. Might as well be me.
Sami: You better not try to pull anything, 'cause, um, Rafe is right outside.
Rafe 2: What--what, is he parking the car? [Chuckles] What, he let you come to this place alone? Knowing that I was here? Don't think so. I think, uh... you're lying.
Sami: Then why don't you just go? I mean, you know I can't stop you. Just go.
Rafe 2: Yeah, well, I've actually been free for a while. But the truth is, uh... I wanted to see you.
Sami: How could you possibly know that I would show up here?
Rafe 2: 'Cause I know you. We know each other. Right?
Sami: Why don't you just go?
Rafe 2: Why? Maybe I will. First there's something I want to do.
Will: So, uh, is Gabi awake? Can I go in and see her now?
Maxine: Pretty soon. She's gonna be a little groggy, but you might be good medicine for her.
Will: Um, so when can she come home?
Maxine: Well, I don't know for sure. But an appendectomy is pretty straightforward, and there were no complications, so I don't think she's gonna be here that long. Oh, good. You can go in now. You have a visitor, honey.
Gabi: Thanks, Maxine.
Maxine: Call me if you need anything.
Will: Hey yourself. How you feeling?
Gabi: Oh, like I must look awful.
Will: You, uh, look pretty good to me.
Gabi: Liar. Is, uh, Rafe talking to the doctor?
Will: Um, no. Uh, he hasn't come back yet.
Gabi: You mean he left?
Rafe: Okay, look, I know that you're upset, but can we please do this another time?
Caroline: Sami thinks you've changed. It seems to me you're bobbing and weaving just like you did before. You don't want to hear the truth, but you're going to. Maybe you can sweet talk Sami, but your charm totally escapes me.
Rafe: Okay. Okay, listen. I know that you're upset, but I really need to find Sami right now.
Sami: You're a real piece of work. You know that?
Rafe 2: Careful, babe. Careful.
Sami: Hey. Are you kidding me? This is your chance. Get away while you still can. But no. You--you want to stay here, huh? And, uh, do your impersonation of a tough guy one more time? Okay.
Rafe 2: You don't want me to lose my temper now, do you?
Sami: No. No, I want to make you think. For once. Come on, think. This is your time to get away while the getting is good.
Rafe 2: Well, I think it is actually time for us to have one last chat. You know? 'Cause I feel like the last few times we were together... we didn't really connect, you know? And, uh... I was here. I was thinking a lot about it. Just... a person doesn't really get the chance to open up and be themselves when they're restrained. I think we have some loose ends to tie up.
Sami: So that's why you waited around? To tie up some loose ends with me?
Rafe 2: Okay, maybe you should try and be a little nicer. Considering I'm not restrained anymore.
Sami: I swear to god, you hurt me, you so much as touch me, and Rafe will track you down to the ends of the earth.
Rafe 2: Oh. Rafe. Will he? Not really worried about Rafe. I'm worried about you.
Abigail: You know, I just realized I'm starving, so I'm gonna head back into the kitchen, or better yet, the drive-through across town.
Jennifer: Wait, wait, wait, wait. You don't need to be embarrassed.
Daniel: No, you know, actually, we got that department covered. Yeah, it's fine. Oh, look at that. Got a phone call.
[Cell phone ringing]
Daniel: Oh, yeah, I would hate to, you know, be here and disrupt this particular moment, 'cause I wish it could last for, you know, eternity. Oh, there we go. Hello. Yeah. Dr. Jonas.
Abigail: Really, mom, I am so sorry. I had no idea that you would be back this early.
Jennifer: I--I know. We changed plans. We--we didn't go out. Listen, I should really apologize.
Abigail: Wait, you changed your clothes. When I left, you looked like you were heading for Monte Carlo.
Jennifer: Yeah, I did. It didn't work.
Jennifer: Mom, you know in the movies when they say "I'm gonna slip into something more comfortable," they generally aren't talking about sweats, but the stains are a really nice touch.
Jennifer: Oh, honey, it's a long story. Listen, Daniel and I, we got our wires crossed. He left and I spilled root beer all over myself, and then he came back, and...
Abigail: And you started working your feminine wiles on him. Did you, uh, did you play the Barry white albums too?
Jennifer: You know what? Do you remember how nice I was to you when I caught you with that boy with the farm-boy cowlick?
Abigail: Okay, I'm being nice, first of all, and I liked Leo's cowlicks. I thought it was very cute.
Jennifer: No, he needed hair product. It wasn't cute.
Abigail: Okay, how would you like it if I would make fun of Daniel's looks, hmm? Yeah, that's not really possible, is it?
Jennifer: No, not really.
Abigail: I know that you weren't working your feminine wiles. You were you. You were charming and smart like you always are, and he simply couldn't resist you. You are growing up, young lady, and life is offering you so many exciting possibilities.
Jennifer: You are a horrible daughter right now. Horrible.
Abigail: Yeah, well, I try.
Dario: You said you're not interested. And you know what? I'm fine with that. Let's just say good-bye, and...
Melanie: You're not listening to me. I just said I didn't know how to respond.
Dario: You had two options, and you took one.
Melanie: Okay. Every time I try and say something nice to you, you're mean, and then I end up saying something awful to you.
Dario: So don't try. There's no need.
Melanie: I want to-- I want to try. I like you. I like how you got mad about Arianna. I like how you take care of Gabi. And I like how you're not afraid to put Rafe back in his place when he steps out of line. I like how you saved my life. Of course that's always welcome. And--ready for this one? I like the way you look, but don't get cocky. I like that you're not scared of anything. The problem is I... I'm scared of you.
Quinn: You know what I like about you?
Quinn: Not true. Not true at all. I like your lack of pretense. With me. You see, you're basically a con, and not a word that comes out of your mouth can be trusted. Except with me.
Vivian: Well, why would I try to fool you? You just see right through me.
Quinn: You're right about that.
Vivian: Okay. Now that we've had this fascinating analysis of our... relationship, maybe we can get back to the question at hand, and you can tell me when you'll give me the pleasure of letting me see you leave here.
Quinn: I don't see that happening any time soon.
Vivian: Well, maybe I could offer you an enhancement. I'll use my frequent flyer miles to get you an upgrade. I'll give you a lovely departing gift, and save you the humiliation of, uh, setting a deadline.
Quinn: You're losing your grip, Viv. Not a good idea to make threats when we both know you can't back them up.
Vivian: Well, I wouldn't exactly say that, you see, because if I want your life to be miserable, it'll be miserable.
Quinn: Well, maybe it's time I stopped running, stood my ground.
Vivian: Damn it. Why do you have to be so obstinate? My god, of all the puritanical, provincial, backwater places you have to be in. Why couldn't you be in Paris or Istanbul or Tahiti, miles and miles away from me?
Quinn: I've got business here. I'm putting down roots. Trying to make something of myself.
Vivian: Quinn, this place is not big enough for both of us.
Caroline: You screwed up your second chance already. Is that why you're desperate to talk to Sami? Because she found out you have yet another sweetie?
Rafe: No, no, no.
Caroline: Listen, Rafe. Look here. I know that I'm not perfect, but I had feelings when I cheated on my husband. It wasn't just "ha, ha," or whatever that is that drives you.
Rafe: Okay, listen, I'm-- I'm... I'm not bobbing and weaving here, okay? And I'm really sorry about the things that happened. They will never happen again. I promise you that. But I really need to find Sami, okay?
Caroline: Well, you're out of luck. She's not here.
Caroline: Well, she asked me to look after the kids, and she left.
Rafe: Where the hell'd she go?
Sami: You're worried about me?
Rafe 2: Yeah. Spending your life without me. Stuck with Dudley do-right.
Sami: You arrogant son of a bitch.
Rafe 2: Especially at nighttime. If you catch my drift.
Sami: You are stupid enough to stick around here, but you can't possibly be so stupid as to compare yourself to Rafe. Especially in the bedroom.
Rafe 2: Oh, come on. I remember. You were on fire, babe.
Sami: I was trying to make you feel more like a man, which obviously is mission impossible. But I was doing what every woman has known how to do since the beginning of time just to make sure I get some sleep.
Rafe 2: Yeah, right. It's the best sex you ever had. Or ever will have.
Sami: Don't kid yourself. You raped me. We all want our kids to eat their vegetables,
Dario: You think I'm gonna hurt you?
Melanie: Uh, no. No, I think I'm gonna, um, end up hurt. It's different.
Dario: You think too much.
Melanie: Or I don't think enough, because, look, I've-- I've screwed up my life, like, 12 ways from Sunday, and I'm not blaming them, but usually it has something to do with a guy.
Dario: And that's my fault?
Melanie: No, it's not. It's just you're so much like Philip.
Dario: I'm so much like the richest, waspiest, whitest guy in Salem?
Melanie: No, you don't play by the rules. You're dangerous. I don't want that in my li-- I can't have that in my life anymore.
Vivian: Did you come here to exact some sort of revenge against me?
Quinn: Why would I do that?
Vivian: Because you hate me. Because you can't forgive me.
Quinn: I don't hate you. And I'm sorry if this hurts, but, uh, you really don't matter enough for me to hate.
Vivian: So you're not here in spite of me. It's just sort of serendipity.
Quinn: Maybe. Maybe it's more than that. Maybe it's, uh, fate putting us back together for a second chance. And what if after all these years we could start over? Maybe you'll stop being such a self-absorbed bitch and start being my mother what loves me.
Gabi: So Rafe just left?
Will: Yeah. Um, yeah, I think it was something important. I can call him if you want and see where he is.
Gabi: Well, the transformation from jerk Rafe to my considerate brother Rafe didn't last very long, did it?
Will: I'm sorry.
Gabi: You know, I feel so stupid for actually offering him a second chance. He's just as he was before.
Will: Well, maybe--I don't know. Maybe there's an explanation.
Gabi: Well, if there is, well then he's not gonna share it with me. You know, I went by to talk to him. It's like he didn't even want to see me.
Will: He's a jerk.
Gabi: You know what the weird thing is, though... your mom was, like, the same way. She blew me off too. And that's not like her.
Will: My mom did?
Gabi: Yeah, it was like she was in this hurry to get someplace.
Rafe: Okay, I know that you don't trust me, but hand on the bible, this is for Sami. I have to find out where she went.
Caroline: Well, I don't know. She didn't say. Do you think she's in trouble?
Caroline: That's--that's Sydney.
Rafe: So you're sure you don't know where she went?
Caroline: I'm positive. I have no idea.
Rafe: It's about time I paid him another visit. Maybe this time he'll be more inclined to talk.
Sami: Sounds like fun. Let's go.
Rafe: Damn it. I should have known.
Rafe 2: You're kidding me about this, right? Rape? Rape is when there's no consent. You were begging for it.
Sami: I thought you were my husband. I thought I was having sex with the man I love.
Rafe 2: You thought it was great.
Sami: I was faking it, you moron. I can't believe you didn't catch on. And now I'm gonna have to go get tested for whatever kind of STDs you're carrying around with you.
Rafe 2: Please. I'm always careful.
Sami: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I definitely trust you, 'cause you've been so honorable.
Rafe 2: I know what this is. It's guilt. Yeah, you're attacking me because you liked it so much.
Sami: You ever think what kind of man you really are, that you could do something like that? You could terrify my children the way you did?
Rafe 2: I didn't do that. I didn't terrify them.
Sami: I had to send Allie away because of the way you scared her.
Rafe 2: Well, not Johnny. He loved it. He loved finally having a real man in the house.
Sami: Oh, come on. You think you're a man? You disgust me.
Rafe 2: I know I do. Oh, I know. You think you're so much better than me, don't you? Maybe you are better than me. But guess what? I'll be alive. You won't.
[Cell phone ringing]
Rafe: Damn it. Sami, pick up the phone.
Rafe 2: Well, looks like you're unavailable to take that call.
Rafe 2: You're not going anywhere, Sami.
Jennifer: Hey, how's everything at the hospital?
Daniel: I don't know. I don't really take that medical stuff that seriously.
Jennifer: He's just joking.
Abigail: Yeah, well, he saved your life, mom. He gets to joke. So I'm gonna go up and give you two some privacy. Hope I won't be regretting trusting you, young lady.
Jennifer: Good night. Good night.
Abigail: Night. Oh, and I almost forgot. Uh, uncle Lucas called. He said he needed to talk to you about something important, so call him back.
Jennifer: Oh, okay.
Daniel: Lucas, huh? Have you--have you talked to him lately?
Jennifer: No, no, I haven't talked to him in a while.
Daniel: Well, I bet I know what he thinks is so important.
Melanie: I'm sorry. I don't want you to take this the wrong way. This is me, not you.
Dario: Okay, you did not just say that.
Melanie: Not just say what?
Dario: "This is me, not you." It's a joke. It's a stupid breakup line that people make fun of. Because it's a lie. When you break up with someone, it's because of them. It's because you want to get away from them.
Melanie: Well, okay. Uh, well, I don't really care if people make fun of me for saying that, because "a", I didn't know it was a stupid breakup line. I'm just trying to be honest. And "b", how could it be a breakup line if we're not together?
Dario: I still think it's a dumb thing to say. Even dumber than "I'm afraid of you."
Melanie: Okay, that's fair. That was stupid. What I should have said is "I'm afraid of me."
Dario: That makes no sense.
Melanie: I just, um, Dario, I don't trust myself anymore. Let's, um, let's just--let's look at this for a second here. I married a guy who got my father's wife pregnant. You know? I mean, Philip... acted like he loved me, and I was so needy and pathetic that I... not only loved him back, but I married the guy. Now that I have a little more perspective on all of this, I can't even figure out why I did that, because he wasn't even really my type.
Dario: What is your type?
Melanie: I don't--we-- I don't know why we're talking about that.
Dario: You're the one who brought it up.
Melanie: Okay, fine. I like, um, funny guys.
Dario: Was Philip funny?
Melanie: No. He laughed, you know, at slapsticky stuff.
Melanie: Um, people getting hit in the head or falling down the stairs. Like, the three stooges kind of stuff.
Dario: So somebody made a complete fool of himself and he was, like, really embarrassed?
Melanie: Yep. We didn't laugh at the same things. We didn't like the same people. We didn't like the same music. Which are all pretty important things to not have in common, and there I was married to the guy. 'Cause I just wanted so badly to be part of a family. Guess I didn't care if they were all a bunch of amoral individuals.
Dario: Why are you telling me this?
Melanie: Because I think I just have to accept the fact that I'm attracted to guys who are not good for me. That don't always make the right decisions. Based off of everything that you and I've been through, I'm assuming you're probably not gonna change.
Dario: Really? 'Cause I was thinking about getting my M.B.A. And joining the rotary.
Melanie: Oh. You make me laugh. That's also dangerous.
Dario: So can--can we be done with the talking? 'Cause I so don't like talking.
Vivian: You hate me.
Quinn: No, I just think you were being true to your nature. See, mother snakes slither off immediately after giving birth.
Vivian: I don't suppose you'd like me to try and explain.
Quinn: Well, see, ma, here's the deal. You know, I--I might have been able to concede that you had a reason for needing to fly solo, but you didn't, did you? You devoted yourself to Nicholas and to Lawrence. You picked your family, and I just didn't make the cut.
Vivian: Just because I wasn't actually there in your life doesn't mean I didn't care or didn't think about you.
Quinn: Really? 'Cause you had a damn funny way of showing it.
Rafe 2: You've forsaken me for the last time. Say good night.
[Both Rafes grunting]
Melanie: No, I, um, I don't want you to leave like this.
Dario: You're not interested, you know, and I'm fine. I'm cool with it.
Melanie: No, but I still want us to--
Dario: To be friends. Well, I live across the hall, so we should be friends. Let's just forget this ever happened, okay?
[Cell phone rings] Yeah? Yeah. Yeah. Okay, I'll be right there.
Melanie: Who was that?
Dario: Does it matter to you?
Melanie: No, you're right. It's none of my business.
Dario: So I'll see you around.
Vivian: So... you're starting your own business.
Quinn: You want to invest?
Vivian: No, thanks. I have grave reservations about its possible success.
Quinn: You don't even know what it is.
Vivian: Well, I--I do know that to start a business you can't take what people say at face value. You have to challenge assumptions and look at things from both sides. Well, I--I don't know that much about you, but I--
Quinn: I'll show you my scrap books.
Vivian: I can see that you've bought what your father told you hook, line, and sinker, and I get it. It's much easier to hate the absent, wicked mother than to ask why she left in the first place.
Quinn: Thought it might have something to do with money. You seem to like it a lot.
Vivian: You said that I chose Nicholas and Lawrence for a family. Well, yes, because they allowed me in, and your father did not.
Quinn: You know, he didn't tell me bad things about you. I kind of just noticed that you weren't around. You never called or wrote. You just didn't give a damn. And in that respect, I'm a lot like you after all. See, 'cause you can say anything you want. You can explain it all away. I just don't give a damn.
Will: Well, my mom is not answering either.
Gabi: Well, you know, it's okay. Don't worry about it.
Will: Well, I mean, you're right, though. It doesn't seem like her to blow you off. I mean, she likes you.
Gabi: Yeah, well, I did just show up without calling or anything. I mean, it was kind of bad timing.
Will: Well, okay. Look, I'm not trying to defend her or anything. Uh, it's just that she's been through a lot lately, and, uh, you know, you know how she gets, right? So whatever it is, though, I'm sure it doesn't have anything to do with you.
Rafe: I'll kill you. Kill you.
Sami: God, he wants to kill me. He wanted to kill me more than he wanted to get away.
Rafe: What the hell were you thinking? We said we were gonna handle him together.
Sami: I couldn't stop thinking about what he did to me. I can't stop thinking about it. I... I want to kill him too.
Rafe: All--all right. Just put the wrench down. Sami, we need him alive. At least till he tells us what we need to know.
Sami: He's not gonna tell us anything. We've gotten everything that we are gonna get out of him. It's over.
[ Female announcer ]
There's a new way to let go
Gabi: No, I'm fine. I'm fine, mom. Yeah. You know what? I'm--I'm actually kind of sleepy, so I'll--I'll talk to you later. I love you too. Bye. Thanks.
Will: You're welcome. So I will, uh, go. I'll let you get some sleep.
Gabi: Oh, no, no, no. I'm--I'm not sleepy. I just--I told her that because if not, I'd be on the phone for another hour.
Will: Yeah. You know, um, you lied. You told your mom that Rafe was here and that he'd been great.
Gabi: Yeah, well, she worries when things are fine. Imagine if I told her we can't find him.
Dario: What do you mean you can't find Rafe?
Gabi: Well, I'm feeling a whole lot better. Thank you for asking, Dario.
Dario: I'm--I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I just thought he'd be here.
Gabi: Yeah, well, I don't want to talk about Rafe right now. I'm actually sick of talking about him.
Dario: Okay. I get that. I get that. Are you okay?
Gabi: I'm fine.
Dario: Thanks for being here.
Will: No problem.
Gabi: So where were you tonight?
Melanie: Ah, just the person I wanted to see. Here's my application for the nurse practitioner program.
Maxine: You couldn't afford a stamp?
Melanie: Uh, no, I just wanted to walk and clear my head a little bit.
Maxine: You okay?
Melanie: Yeah, no, it's not a big deal. I just got in a fight. Um... not so much a fight. It's just, like, a thing with this guy.
Maxine: You know, I guessed it was a guy.
Melanie: It's no big deal. I was just trying to be honest about something and he was a jerk, but it's not... it's not a big...deal.
Maxine: And you wished he didn't get to you, but he does.
Melanie: No, he doesn't really get to me.
Maxine: Honey, you just said "no big deal" three times in a row. I think the lady doth protest too much.
Jennifer: You know what Lucas is calling about?
Daniel: Well, me, don't you think? I'm not exactly his most favorite person, and this, he is not gonna be thrilled about... you and I.
Jennifer: You know what? It's okay. It's really none of his business.
Daniel: I don't know. I don't know. I can't just see him. I see him just wanting to warn you about me, and I'm not really proud of what, you know, Chloe and I did, and the way we treated...
Jennifer: You know what? Actually, we did talk about that. And--and he told me that things were never great between him and Chloe, and that them breaking up had nothing to do with you.
Daniel: Well, that doesn't make me his favorite guy, or good enough for his sister. Ugh.
Jennifer: I have to be honest with you. You know, in the Horton clan, there probably isn't a man good enough for me.
Daniel: Yeah? Well, that's probably true.
Jennifer: The liabilities of being a goddess.
Daniel: Do you want to know another liability?
Jennifer: Yes, the hours are terrible.
Daniel: I am not exactly, um, shy when it comes to women, really, but there is something about you that I'M... I don't know. Just it's a little intimidating, uh, for me.
Jennifer: I know. It's the way I dress. It's this outfit right here. H-o-T.
Jennifer: Look. I have a map of Alaska on my leg.
Daniel: No, look, it's just a little intimidating that I just--I don't want to do something to--to hurt you, and, I mean, I want you to keep liking me. That is if you like me now.
Jennifer: I wasn't exactly playing hard to get tonight, was I?
Daniel: Uh, no. No, that--no. Um... no, well, in that case, you know what? I feel a little emboldened.
Daniel: Oh, really, really. Yeah. I have a little proposition, uh, for you.
Vivian: I have to be honest here. See, I don't buy that "I don't give a damn" act, nor that you just happen to be in Salem.
Quinn: You're entitled to your opinion. And by the way, your defense that father was the root of all our problems, it might have been a little more persuasive if you made some sort of gesture, any sort of gesture, when he died. Or is he still running your domestic life from the grave?
Vivian: You're right. I don't have a leg to stand on. You did not deserve a mother like me. You deserved a lot more.
Quinn: Oh, I feel all better now. I'm so glad we had this little chat and broke the ice, as it were. But let's not make a habit of it, okay? Why don't you simply continue to stay the hell away from me?
Gus: Is everything all right, Madame? Was that man bothering you?
Vivian: That man was my son. And, yes, he bothered me. Very much.
Rafe: Hey. Why'd you say it was over?
Sami: 'Cause he's not gonna tell us anything. He's not gonna help us no matter what you do or what you say to him.
Rafe: Well, he must have some price, Sami.
Sami: You don't understand. He only stayed to hurt me. He could have gotten away, but he stayed to get me. Rafe, EJ and Stefano are gonna get away with what they did to you. To us.
Will: Hey, Melanie. I didn't know you were on duty.
Melanie: Hey, I'm not. What are you doing here? Is everything okay?
Will: Yeah. I mean, it is now. Uh, Gabi just had to have an emergency appendectomy.
Melanie: Oh, seriously?
Will: Mm-hmm. Uh, but everything went well, and so, uh, she's gonna make a complete recovery.
Melanie: Good. You must have been so scared.
Will: Yeah, um, well, I knew--I knew she was gonna be fine. She actually just asked me to go sneak her some ice cream right now.
Melanie: Oh, ice cream, the sign of a complete recovery.
Melanie: Uh, is she in there right now? I'll go say hi to her while you're gone.
Will: Yeah, uh, great.
Will: Okay, I'll see you later.
Melanie: Okay. Bye.
Gabi: Dario? Hey, are you all right?
Dario: Uh, yeah. Yeah, sure. I'm fine.
Gabi: Are you crying?
Dario: [Sighs] I just--I hate thinking something bad happened to you. I hate it.
Jennifer: Um, proposition, huh? I don't know. I might like a proposition from you.
Daniel: You might want to hear what it is first.
Jennifer: I'm all ears.
Daniel: Okay, well, I was just thinking that, you know, our--our dates, I don't know if you noticed, but they have a tendency to just, you know, sort of get derailed.
Jennifer: Yeah. I mean, I end up in a hospital, or my daughter walks in on us.
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, yeah, along those lines, yeah. So I was just thinking that it might be nice, um, you know, just to make sure things don't get derailed that, you know, uh, we could have some time to enjoy each other. Maybe just kind of...
Jennifer: Just spit it out, dr. Jonas.
Daniel: Would you like to go away with me for a weekend?
Daniel: I mean, just take your time to think about it, 'cause...
Jennifer: No, I'm ahead of you. Yes, I would like to. I would like that.
Daniel: Did you just say...
Daniel: Yes? Yes? Is that what...
Daniel: What that was?
Gus: That man's your son?
Vivian: I had a... little affair when I was in Australia with this man who swept me off my feet, and I thought he was perfect. Well, he was. He was a perfect monster.
Gus: And you had a child with him?
Vivian: Quinn. Barely know him.
Gus: And he came here to see you?
Vivian: Oh, no, no, no. He came here to start a business.
Gus: I see.
Vivian: Do you? I don't. I don't want to even think about it. But I'm going to have to deal with him.
Rafe: EJ and Stefano are not gonna get away with this. I'm not gonna let that happen.
Sami: He's not gonna help us.
Rafe: Okay, fine. Then we'll come up with a new plan, okay?
Vivian: Stop talking in riddles and tell me what you want.
Bo: Tell me what the hell's going on here.
Nicole: You been doing the horizontal mambo with my sister!
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