Days Transcript Friday 10/21/11

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 10/21/11


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Maggie: Where is it?

Hope: Looking for something?

Maggie: Oh...

Hope: I found them on the table in the foyer. Hi.

Maggie: Oh, thank you. Well, so far today I've lost my phone and my sunglasses, and I think I'm gonna lose my mind next.

Hope: No, you're not gonna lose your mind. It's okay. You're just a little distracted. Take a deep breath.

Maggie: I'm not really distracted. I only think of one thing every waking moment. It's that child of mine.

Melanie: Did you talk to Melissa? That's great, actually. Hi, Hope. I just downloaded this program on my little tablet here that will help us organize the seating list.

Maggie: Well, actually, I'm not sure about Melissa yet.

Melanie: I thought you said-- that's okay. Get your list of people, and then we'll start working on this. This'll be so fun.

Maggie: I want to thank you so much for all your help with the wedding.

Melanie: Sure.

Maggie: But we were about to go out to a meeting.

Melanie: Oh. Oh, that's okay, you guys go. I'll get a start on this, and then you can just redo it all later. Although, you'd think the hospital would give you a little bit of leeway since you're planning your wedding.

Maggie: It's not a hospital meeting.

Melanie: Hmm.

Maggie: I have to tell her. I feel like I'm lying if I don't.

Melanie: Whoa, tell me what?

Maggie: Melanie... honey, I just found out that I have another child.

Jennifer: Closed? That's so strange. I guess we'll have to go somewhere else.

Jack: No, no, no, no.

Jennifer: I hope Caroline's okay.

Jack: No, no, it's closed for a private party.

Jennifer: Wait. But, Jack, it says it's closed. You can't go--

Jack: Private party for us. After you.

Jennifer: Well, I guess we won't have any trouble getting a table.

Jack: No, but that is our table right down there.

Jennifer: With all the cookies on it?

Jack: The cookies and the frosting and the sprinkles... and the sugar-colored... you know, I remember how much our kids loved having cookies with their names on them.

Jennifer: Yeah, when they were little. I remember. But you know, if you think that nostalgia and cookies is gonna work to get Abigail to come around, you're wrong. It's probably impossible, Jack.

Jack: No, no, I know that. Trust me. But these cookies aren't for our kids. They're for you and me. These cookies are a part of our date.

Jennifer: Are you gonna dive into them like you did in the cake at Horton Square?

Jack: No, I'm not planning on wearing these cookies.

Jennifer: Then I'm almost afraid to ask-- what are we gonna do with these cookies, Jack?

Bo: Hey, hey, sorry to barge in on you like this.

Marlena: Not a problem. John is finishing up his exercises.

Bo: Oh, okay. I saw your statement on the tube.

John: And?

Bo: It's impressive. Bold move. Unexpected.

Marlena: Well, we didn't expect it to change the outcome of John's trial, but if it changed the mind of one person in Salem about John's guilt, it was worth it.

John: I had to do something.

Marlena: Bo, you didn't come here to talk about that, did you?

Bo: Yeah, I've got some news about Rafe Hernandez.

John: Yes, he did find something, didn't he?

Bo: No, it's bad news. He's been fired from the Salem P.D. and as the FBI liaison in your case.

Marlena: Well, Rafe was actually helping us.

Bo: Yeah, well, he was helping a little too much. He was feeding Carrie information to help the defense. Someone found out and leaked it to the FBI.

Marlena: Who would do something like that?

Sami: Austin's here. He's gonna be staying with us for a little while.

Rafe: It was you, wasn't it?

Austin: What?

Rafe: Huh?

Sami: Whoa!

Rafe: That's for getting me fired.

Sami: Rafe!

Austin: You don't know what you're talking about.

Rafe: Oh, you got a lot of nerve coming in here. Think you're gonna move in here after you cost me my job?

Austin: Rafe, you're wrong.

Rafe: Is that what I am? Am I wrong? Am I?

Sami: Stop it! Rafe, what is wrong with you?

Rafe: You.

Sami: Hey, hey. Okay. So just calm down and tell me what happened.

Rafe: Your father fired me. I'm not on the force anymore, I'm not the liaison of the FBI because of him!

Austin: I didn't do anything.

Rafe: And now you want to move in here? You want to move in here? Is there anything else you want? You want the keys to my car? Huh? Do you want my wife? What do you want, the lease to my loft?

Austin: Rafe! Rafe! Rafe... I swear, I didn't even know you were fired. And I didn't have anything to do with it. You understand me?

Sami: Why would my dad fire you? Why?

Rafe: Why? Well, that's a great question. I'll tell you why. Because I wanted to make sure that John was getting a fair deal in all of this, so I went off the record, and I talked to Carrie, and he turned me in.

Austin: Yeah. And for the record, you know Carrie didn't talk to me before she left town.

Rafe: Yeah, she didn't. Oh, and that pissed you off, didn't it? So you went and you found something in her files, and, boy, then you just had to rat me out. Isn't that right?

Sami: Is that true? Did you get my husband fired?

Marlena: Well, couldn't they just take Rafe off John's case and not fire him?

Bo: Roman saw his actions as a serious breach of ethics.

Marlena: Sami and Rafe have been so much, and now Rafe getting fired?

John: Yeah, because of me. I hate this.

Bo: Well, Rafe made a decision. He's paying the consequences. It's not your fault.

John: It sure as hell feels like it, Bo.

Bo: You're lucky it came out at this point. If it had come out during the trial in front of a jury, that would have been a disaster.

John: It is a disaster, for Rafe, for his family, for his kids.

Marlena: Bo, help me with something. Who is taking over for him? I mean, is it somebody, undoubtedly, who is determined to make John pay for things he never did?

Bo: No, it's me. I'm taking over this investigation. I'm the cop on the case now.

Maggie: Mickey and I had always wanted to have children together. So I had some eggs harvested. I never really knew what happened to them. But Bo and Hope, bless them... they found a letter that Alice started to write to me before she died. And she said that a child was born from one of my eggs.

Melanie: Oh, my God. Do you know who it is?

Jack: What are we going to do with them? We're going to transform them into works of art.

Jennifer: Oh, okay. And then what are we going to do with our works of art?

Jack: We're going to deliver them to sick children stuck in the hospital on Halloween.

Jennifer: Oh.

Jack: Because it's one thing to be a kid and stuck in the hospital. It's another thing to be stuck in the hospital on Halloween and miss trick or treat.

Jennifer: That's really nice.

Jack: Thank you.

Jennifer: Did you think of this?

Jack: Oh, yes.

Jennifer: Or was this Caroline's idea?

Jack: This was my idea.

Jennifer: I don't mean to insult you, I just--

Jack: Oh, no, no, no, I'm not insulted at all. I don't blame you for not knowing who I am anymore.

Jennifer: I see.

Jack: And I was hoping that you could see your way clear to thinking of, uh-- well, thinking of this as a first date--a real first date. Not like the first of this cycle, but a real first date, where we're meeting for the first time. You're meeting a brand-new guy. I swear to you, that's what I am.

Jennifer: I mean, do you think it's realistic for us to pretend that we have never met before? That we don't have this history together, that we don't have children? I don't know if I can pretend that we never existed before this.

Jack: I understand that. I'm just asking you to humor me tonight and--and... just look at me in a whole new way. [Sighs] Look, I know that--

Jennifer: Wait. No, Jack, you're gonna waste the frosting. Don't dip into that-- into that...don't...

Jack: It's...yes. And then, so...I'm just hoping that-- look, being with you... I am so grateful for this, for the life that we've had. But I just feel like right now, this minute, the present moment, it's like a whole new life. It's like a second life.

Jennifer: You mean you want a do-over.

Jack: No, no, not a do-over. A--a do-better! I want a do-better. I want to--I want to-- I want to make the things that weren't so...romantic, fun, wonderful between us... just a little bit better. And I know that I'm talking a lot right now, and that's de rigueur for me. It's like, you know, when the tough get going, I get talking. That's how I keep from... you know, dealing with, you know, the talk less, do more thing. But the fact is I-- Jennifer, if I am not the man of your dreams right now, tonight, I'm gonna do everything I can to be that man tomorrow. And tomorrow and tomorrow. And I am going to shut up now and start my cookies.

Jennifer: Okay.

Jack: Give you...

Jennifer: Here, have a cookie.

Jack: Thank you. Right.

Bo: Roman has me taking over for Rafe, but unfortunately, there's... well, there's not a hell of a lot to investigate. The FBI was more than thorough. They made sure they had all their ducks in a row before they proceeded with your arrest.

John: Oh, yeah, they were just waiting for me to land on American soil before they made their move.

Bo: And their confidence in a conviction. It's not really out of line. I saw the evidence they have against you.

Marlena: The evidence is worthless. We all know Stefano is behind this.

Bo: Yeah, well, you have proof of that? Give it to me, I'll run with it.

Marlena: I don't have anything concrete. Of course, I don't. Bo, you of all people should know that John would never do the thing he's been accused of doing.

Bo: What I think is irrelevant.

John: You know what, you know what, I think that we should set up some ground rules here for how we're gonna proceed with this, sweetheart. As long as Bo is on the case here, I don't think we should be discussing our feelings-- our gut feelings. After what happened with Rafe-- listen to me. After what happened to Rafe, I don't want anything said. I don't want to risk that. It could be reported on, possibly it could be taken out of context or misrepresented. Okay? I think we're all gonna have to be...a little careful right now.

Bo: I agree. And I don't like it any more than you do. But that's the way it's gotta be.

Marlena: I understand.

Bo: But before these new ground rules go into effect, I've gotta say something. I'm a cop doing my job, looking at the facts. But, John, you do know that no matter what happens, I will never turn against you.

Austin: I keep telling you I didn't tell anyone about you and Carrie.

Rafe: It had to be you. No one else knew about it.

Austin: Uh, didn't know about it. Didn't know about it, Rafe, because, you know, she didn't share much of anything with me.

Rafe: Yeah, that's right. She didn't share anything. You went into her files and you found the stuff, just like I said. And then what'd you do? You went and you took it to the FBI, didn't you?

Austin: Come on, Rafe, get real, man! You used to be FBI.

Rafe: Yeah.

Austin: You know that they keep a close eye on everyone involved in the case. Even people that are supposedly on their side.

Rafe: Yeah.

Austin: Your job was to investigate John for the prosecution. That's not what you did. You started helping the defense.

Rafe: Anything to win the case, right, Austin? Even if the guy's innocent? Even if it means not supporting your own wife?

Austin: You better watch your mouth.

Rafe: You know who that guy is to Carrie, right? You know that John is like her father. You are aware of that, aren't you?

Austin: Yeah. You know what, what is all this concern with Carrie? Why are you so hell-bent on having private confabs with my wife?

Sami: Actually, I kind of want to know the answer to that too, Rafe.

Jennifer: Can I ask you something?

Jack: Sure, go ahead, shoot.

Jennifer: This whole cookie thing, decorating-- but this is-- this means more than just our first date, right? There's something more to this, right?

Jack: You still do know me. Yes. This cookie date has to do with you...and with someone else.

Melanie: Okay, so how are you feeling about all this?

Maggie: Oh, well, I never really knew what "overwhelmed" meant until now.

Melanie: Yeah. Understandable.

Hope: Listen, I'm sorry to interrupt, but we've gotta get going. We don't want to be late.

Maggie: No. I'm meeting with Alice's lawyer.

Melanie: Yeah. Okay.

Maggie: So here we go.

Melanie: Okay, uh, Maggie?

Maggie: Hmm?

Melanie: Whoever this child is is so lucky to have you as their mom. Okay?

Maggie: I love you. Ah, thank you, sweetie.

Melanie: You'll be fine. You'll be fine.

Maggie: Oh, do you think it'd be all right if Melanie comes with us?

Hope: Absolutely. Are you kidding? You need all the support you can get--let's go.

Melanie: Oh, here. Hey, we could work on planning in the car.

Maggie: Oh, good idea.

Melanie: Is that too much?

Carrie: I can't believe they fired Rafe. I feel like it's my fault.

Marlena: Well, I'm gonna talk to Sami later on and see how they're doing, and maybe I'll ask Rafe what he knows.

Carrie: Please tell Sami and Rafe how sorry I am.

Marlena: I will, sweetie.

Carrie: On the brighter side, I have some good news, for a change.

John: You do?

Carrie: Thanks to Rafe, I have a meeting today. I guess now that Rafe's off the case I can tell you about it.

Marlena: All right, honey, what is it?

Carrie: Rafe told me that there was someone at the clinic that could confirm you were there, John, exactly when you said you were.

Marlena: Wow. Really?

Carrie: I have a meeting with him today, and I'll let you know how that goes. So I'll be back soon after that.

John: Be careful, Carrie. And thanks for everything.

Carrie: Hey, I have not yet begun to fight. So I'm gonna sign off for now. I haven't been able to reach Austin. I'm gonna try one more time before this meeting. So hang in there.

Marlena: Uhh! Do you suppose this nightmare is almost over?

John: I don't know about that. Nothing wrong with a little glimmer of hope, though.

Marlena: Ahh...

Rafe: This isn't about Carrie. This is about trying to help John.

Austin: Oh, please. Come on! There's a whole system in place to make sure he's treated fairly.

Rafe: Oh, give me a break. You know damn well if I hadn't taken that information to Carrie, if it had gone through the prosecutor, it would have been too late. You know that.

Austin: That wasn't your call.

Rafe: Well, I decided it was. Damn prosecution's been working on this case for months, and Carrie just got this information, so excuse me if I'm just trying to help an innocent man prove his innocence! If that's a crime, so be it.

Austin: It may not technically be a crime, but there's a right way, and there's a wrong way to do things.

Rafe: Well, I have no regrets, and I make no apologies. Because to me, family comes first.

Austin: Oh, God, this isn't about family. Not to you, pal.

Rafe: You're just so damned convinced that John is guilty you don't care what happens to him or Marlena. Or your own wife, for that matter.

Austin: I haven't turned against anyone. Least of all my wife.

Rafe: Well, it sure seems that way to me.

Austin: Can't you see that this isn't about whose side we're on, Rafe? This is about how we do our jobs. So maybe instead of blaming me, you should take a good, hard look at yourself and, I don't know, take responsibility for your own actions.

Rafe: You smug son of--

Sami: No, no, Rafe-- Rafe, stop it. No, cut it out! Okay? I believe him. He didn't get you fired. He didn't, okay? He's not trying to hurt Carrie, and he's definitely not trying to crucify John.

Rafe: So you're on his side?

Sami: Rafe, I am not taking sides. I'm just telling you that he's trying to do his job.

Rafe: He put his job over everything else, Sami. Everything.

Sami: At least he still has one.

Rafe: Oh, you--

Erin: I'm so sorry to have kept you waiting.

Hope: Oh, not at all. Miss Hewitt, this is my Aunt Maggie and our good friend, Melanie Jonas.

Melanie: Hi.

Erin: Erin Hewitt. Pleasure to meet you.

Maggie: Please, you know where my child is?

Erin: Uh, Mrs. Horton--

Maggie: Look, if you know something, anything, you have to tell me.

Erin: Mrs. Horton, I'm really sorry, but as I explained to your niece and her husband, I-- I'm not permitted to breach the attorney/client privilege. Mrs. Horton...left specific instructions that she be the one to disclose the information. She had a very definitive time line in mind.

Maggie: But you knew her. She never intended anything like this to happen. She wouldn't have put me through this agony. And, make no mistake, that's what this is. It's agony.

Jack: So there I was in Afghanistan... at this open-air hospital, right there in the middle of the square, looking for the source for my story. And I'm going through there, and I'm going from tent to tent, and I open the flap on this tent and there was this kid-- this kid named Amir. And he said, "Hey, mister, are you an American?" And I...

Jennifer: Jack?

Jack: Uh, yeah, he said, "Are you an American?" And I was. And he was way younger than JJ, and really messed up. But he smiled, and he was so happy to see me. And that's after losing everything-- losing his family. And his body, he was so-- he was so injured, he couldn't even move.

Jennifer: Jack, that's horrible.

Jack: Yeah. But he-- I just started spending time with him. There were, um-- there were a lot of kids like him, with nothing left. No family. Nothing. And no future. So...I got this old wire photo of Derek Jeter, and I was gonna pin it to the top of his bed. So I have this photo, and I race on over there, and I lift up the flap and I look in and-- and he's not there. He's gone. And the bed is-- it's waiting for another little kid. And there was this nurse, this really great nurse. Overworked, tired, but loving those kids. And he told me that Amir had died that morning from his wounds. And he knew it, they all Knew it.

Jennifer: I'm so sorry. I'm sorry.

Jack: Yeah. I'm sorry too.

Jennifer: I just feel like you-- you went through so much while you were over there that maybe it would be really good to talk to somebody about it.

Jack: I just did talk to someone. I feel great now. I feel-- I'm so glad to be here. I am so grateful to be back here with you and everyone else.

Jennifer: Maybe you should just write down what happened to Amir.

Jack: To... I... I don't know about putting it into words.

Jennifer: I think you just did a really good job of that.

Jack: To write down what I saw-- to... what they went through, and they still go through with the poverty and the sickness and-- and the war... and to turn it into a story... uh, no. No, I--I-- I can tell you what happened to him, but I could never write it down, what happened to him, what happened to all of them. And I'll never forget what happened to all of them. [Sighs] All those years ago, when Abigail was sick and she needed me--

Jennifer: No, John, we-- no, we don't have to go there again. Fresh start. Remember?

Jack: I left because I felt responsible. But I was responsible.

Jennifer: That's not true. The doctor said that we would never know for sure what caused Abigail's illness. You know that, Jack.

Jack: I know it was my fault. I put profits over people, and my daughter paid for it, and she almost died for it. And I didn't know what to do with that.

Jennifer: I know. I didn't either. We just didn't.

Jack: So I decided to leave and let you deal with it. And so I was left with myself... dealing with myself. And I didn't know what to do with that. So I-- I even--I even started volunteering at this little hospital, reading to sick kids.

Jennifer: You did? I didn't know you did that.

Jack: Well, it was as much for me as for anybody.

Jennifer: That's great, Jack. The kids probably loved that.

Jack: Yeah. I had ulterior motives. I was, uh-- I was trying to feel closer to you.

Jennifer: How so?

Jack: Well, I--I-- I think of you in your little candy striper outfit working alongside Maggie and Alice... of course, you were always helping people.

Jennifer: Jack, I--

Jack: It's your way.

Hope: My grandmother wanted Maggie to know everything, and she was trying to do that before she passed away. Doesn't that mean anything?

Erin: I'm sorry, I can't tell you anything. I can't tell you about anything that's in these files. Oh, now, if you'll excuse me, I have to take care of something in the outer office. I trust that you won't go through my files while I'm gone. For about five minutes, okay?

Hope: I knew she had a heart. All right, Bo, go through those.

Melanie: Maggie, you ready for this?

Maggie: I don't know. Yes. Yes.

Marlena: John, I thought I heard the door... does this mean what I think it means?

John: And what might that be?

Marlena: Well... strawberries and whipped cream. We have sort of a history with them.

John: I ordered this earlier, but... maybe now isn't the right time.

Marlena: Au contraire. I think it's the perfect time. Strawberries and whipped cream. Wow. How many times have we actually done this? I don't know, somehow it still feels like the first time. John, do you remember the first time?

John: Of course, I remember the first time. The problem is, we haven't been together in so long, I don't remember the last time. And I have missed being with you so much.

Marlena: [Gasps]

John: Are you cold?

Marlena: No. I'm not cold. I'm not cold. I've missed you so much.

Hope: A lot of this seems to cover what we already know. The confidentiality contract, the phony address to the supposed storage facility.

Maggie: This--this just can't be another dead end.

Melanie: No, hold on. The lawyer wouldn't have opened up her file for us to see that it was a dead end.

Maggie: I don't know. I don't know how much more of this I can stand.

Hope: Wait a minute. This is new.

Maggie: What?

Hope: And I think it's exactly what we've been looking for.

Sami: I'm sorry.

Rafe: [Scoffs]

Sami: Rafe, I'm sorry. I know I shouldn't have said that. I know it's not your fault that you lost your job. I know you were just trying to help John. Go ahead, Rafe, just say something.

Jennifer: That was so much fun. That was great. Those kids were great.

Jack: What about the kid who dressed up his I.V. stand like a scarecrow?

Jennifer: I know.

Jack: Smart. Scary smart.

Jennifer: And the nurses dressed up like witches. That was really good.

Jack: Yeah.

Jennifer: You know, when I worked there, I would visit Pediatrics once a day. I'm gonna start doing that again, I think.

Jack: I think those kids would love seeing you again.

Jennifer: It made me think of my grandpa being there. You know, Grandma and Grandpa, they were so good at making that place not feel grim and scary.

Jack: I think it worked. When you go back there, check on that little Eduardo.

Jennifer: Oh, the little boy that you were talking to.

Jack: The quiet one.

Jennifer: Yeah.

Jack: He was a little sad. I don't know, I didn't think I was getting a smile out of him till I pulled out the big guns.

Jennifer: I know, the cross-eyed funny face.

Jack: Mm-hmm.

Jennifer: I mean, what little kid could resist the cross-eyed funny face?

Jack: If only it were that easy to win you over.

Maggie: Does it say where I can find my child?

Hope: Not exactly, but it's definitely a start. It's the name of the fertility clinic.

Maggie: Thank God. Thank you.

Hope: Maggie, Bo and I are gonna check this clinic out, okay? We're gonna find your child.

Maggie: Okay. Here, you'll need that.

Marlena: I have missed you. Your arms... your skin... your warmth. Oh, I've missed loving you so.

Sami: Is, um... this seat taken? Look, I'm sorry, okay? I'm really sorry. I shouldn't have said it. And the second I said it, I wished I could take it back.

Rafe: Yeah. I know. I'm sorry too. You know, today's been a really crappy day.

Sami: It totally has. I know you feel terrible about losing your job. But we're gonna be okay.

Rafe: Yeah. Well, thank God you still have your job at Madison. At least we can pay some of the bills.

Sami: Hey, don't think like that, okay? You are plenty talented. You're gonna get a job right away, I know it.

Rafe: Oh, yeah. Let's hope so.

Sami: I know so. I know so. And don't worry about Austin, okay? He's gone, all right? We can go home. Hey, Austin. What are you doing here?

Austin: I went back to the hotel, but the room's no longer available. It's because of all the media attention for John's case. The town's full up. No places anywhere.

Rafe: Oh, fantastic. I think there's a room upstairs next to my sister's, isn't there?

Sami: Uh, no, because my grandma's remodeling it.

Rafe: Even more fantastic.

Austin: I didn't know the two of you were here. I was just coming in to grab a beer and figure out my next move. I'll, uh-- I'll go over to the Cheatin' Heart.

Sami: What is your next move?

Austin: I--I don't have one. I mean, Carrie's coming back, and... I know that neither one of you probably wants to hear this, but staying with you guys might be our only option.

On the next "Days of Our Lives" --

Rafe: You want to stay with us after getting me fired? You gotta be kidding me.

Sami: You can at least pretend to be happy about this.

Jennifer: Oh, oh--oh!

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