Days Transcript Thursday 10/27/11

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 10/27/11


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Brady: Well, it looks like, uh, you ladies have made yourselves right at home. Is there anything you need me to get you before I head out?

Sami: No, we're good. We're settling in for some product testing.

Madison: Thank you so much, by the way, for letting us use this beautiful space as our temporary home for Mad World, and I promise we will be out of your hair as soon as our offices are ready.

Brady: It's all right. Stay as long as you like. You know, the whole office is actually talking about what kind of cosmetic miracles you guys are cooking up in here.

Sami: [Laughs] Well, we are all set up to do some product testing, and this is our new model.

Brady: Yeah, uh, him. Wait, wait, wait, cosmetics for men--a whole line of them?

Madison: Yeah. It's my next big thing for the company.

Brady: Ah... well, you know what? I'm--I'm all about creativity, but, uh, please tell me you're joking. In what universe would any man use this stuff?

[Knock at door]

Jennifer: Oh. Okay. Hey.

Daniel: Hey. Your designated date for the evening has arrived, and he's going to make every minute of this count.

Jennifer: [Giggling] Wow, wow, wow.

Daniel: Mm.

Jennifer: Our mystery date is off to a great start.

Daniel: I agree. Yes.

Jennifer: But the suspense is killing me. What are we going to do?

Daniel: All will be revealed in good time. Yes.

Jennifer: Really? I want you to know that I have been having chick-flick fantasy dates in my mind all day long, so just give me one hint.

Daniel: Uh, no.

Jennifer: Just one!

Daniel: Nope.

Jennifer: Please. What about--how I'm dressed? Am I dressed okay?

Daniel: Okay, one--well, perfectly, as always. And... no, I'm not going to tell you any more--that's it. That's it for now. Yep, so... 'cause you have a big decision to make about a job offer that Abe offered you?

Jennifer: Yes, and I haven't made it yet, but I have taken your excellent advice. I've put it into consideration.

Daniel: Yes?

Jennifer: And I've spoken to my family and friends.

Daniel: And?

Jennifer: And I can't find anyone that disagrees with you.

Daniel: Not even Jack?

Jennifer: Not even Jack. In fact, everyone thinks that I would be crazy to pass up the opportunity to head up the publicity for Abe's campaign.

Daniel: Yeah, but see, something's still holding you back, like, I can hear it in your voice.

Jennifer: Daniel, it's hard, I'm a reporter. I don't have any experience getting a candidate's campaign message out there. It's a completely different job.

Daniel: Yeah.

Jennifer: And I don't want to let Abe down. I don't want to do that.

Daniel: No, no, no, you're right, yeah. You know, I thought you might be feeling that way, so, uh... maybe... maybe this will help you. I don't know.

Jennifer: What is this?

Daniel: It's a business card.

Jennifer: Whose business card is this?

Daniel: Well, hopefully the guy who will answer everything you need.

Melanie: I think the movie was pretty good. I mean, I would venture to say it's the best I've seen all fall.

Maggie: Well, it was fun. One too many car chases for me.

Melanie: Ah, fair enough. It's still pretty early, if you want to go get a spooky dessert.

Maggie: [Laughs] Oh, I don't think so, honey. I wouldn't mind going by the Brady Pub, though, for some tea.

Melanie: Done. I'm just glad we're hanging out.

Maggie: Me too.

Melanie: So you don't think the movie will be an Oscar contender, even with all those special effects?

Maggie: You're very sweet. You've been working very hard all night to get my mind off of everything that's going on.

Melanie: It's not working, is it?

Maggie: I love you for trying. But I don't think anything can stop me from obsessing about the fact that I have a child out there--my child. We never met. No, Melanie, never.

Bo: The guard isn't due back for another 37 minutes. That should give us time to do what we got to do.

Hope: I just wish there were an easier way to get the name of the woman who was implanted with Maggie's eggs.

Bo: Yeah, well, if the administrator hadn't basically kicked us out, we would have gotten that hours ago.

Hope: Well, or if she was actually willing to help us. [Sighs] Hey.

Bo: Ow, ouch.

Hope: I know--little surprise. Thanks for going along with my plan. I know it's pretty risky for both of us.

Bo: Like I had a choice. Let's see what we've got over here... electronic keypad.

Hope: We should be able to figure that combo out, right?

Bo: Uh-huh. Here, hold this.

Hope: Okay, just hurry.

Bo: Let me take a look at what keys were touched and run all the permutations.

Hope: Come on, Brady.

Bo: A little patience.

Maggie: You're such a sweetheart for taking me out tonight, 'cause if you hadn't, I would have just been pacing the floor at Victor's, waiting to see if Bo and hope had any luck getting a warrant.

Melanie: I'm pretty sure you're going to find some answers soon.

Maggie: [Sighs] If Alice had just been able to tell me about this before she died... and now it's just... [Sighs] it's just all so complicated.

Melanie: It's good complicated, though, right? I mean, you're excited about having another kid.

Maggie: Another child? Yeah, I am. It's a miracle... to realize that those fertility treatments weren't for naught. I mean, a baby... was born and grew up and then...

Melanie: And then?

Maggie: Oh! You know, when I think about everything that's happened, I just...

Melanie: I know.

Maggie: I just pray that I'm barging into this... this child or... or this adult's life... it won't be a truly unwelcome development for him or her.

Melanie: Oh, my gosh, don't be silly. It's you.

Maggie: Oh, now there you go, being so sweet. I think I'm getting ahead of myself, 'cause it may never happen. But you know what's going to happen? I promised you some tea.

Melanie: That's right.

Maggie: Come on. So do you think Bo and Hope will be able to find out something? They seem kind of negative about the prospects of getting a warrant after all these years.

Melanie: Well, if I know Bo and Hope--and I do--I think they'll do everything in their power.

Maggie: I like the way you think.

[Both laugh]

Bo: Maybe this is it. Ah. There, got it.

Hope: The administrator said all the clinic records were transferred to the computer system, right? So... the name that we're looking for should be right here.

Bo: The trick is going to be finding a password so we can log on. Maybe they wrote it down here someplace.

Hope: It's surprising how many people actually do that. A locked door's enough to keep out the riffraff.

Bo: What'd you call me?

Hope: Riffraff. We're in.

Bo: How?

Hope: Well, also surprising-- how many people actually use the word "password" for their password. Crazy, huh? Look.

Bo: Aw, you're so good.

Hope: I know. Nah, we're good.

Bo: All right. No, no, I think you--go back.

Hope: No, wait.

Bo: Go back a little bit.

Hope: Okay.

Bo: You might've missed it.

Hope: Bo, I'm in charge of the computer.

Bo: [Sighs]

Jennifer: "Mansfield Wilcox, consultant."

Daniel: Mm-hmm.

Jennifer: Is he a friend of yours?

Daniel: Ah, no, he's a cousin of one my patients. But he is a professional political operative. He's done it all when it comes to campaigns. And apparently his specialty... is publicity.

Jennifer: Oh, so do you-- and do you think that Abe should hire this guy instead of me?

Daniel: What--instead of you? Wh--no! No, no, no, this guy-- he has been working at the national level for the last two decades-- I mean, with everyone from Bob Shrum to Mary Matalin.

Jennifer: Who?

Daniel: Oh, my God, you're killing me.

Jennifer: No, I'm kidding! I'm kidding.

Daniel: Oh, my God.

Jennifer: You know, when I was an intern at the Spectator, I mean, I loved the whole political beat, and Jack would get so mad at me, you know, being the son of a senator and... I'm sorry. I shouldn't have gone there. That was--sorry.

Daniel: No, no, no, no. No, it's okay. It's okay.

Jennifer: Okay. What I was saying is, you know, covering the news is so different than actually being the one making the news. You know, your thoughts have to be so organized, and your words--you really have to measure them, and I'm not really sure that I can do that. I don't know--

Daniel: Okay, you are an honest person, just like Abe. But if you're not certain about what to expect with this gig, Wilcox is the guy to ask, 'cause he knows every side, every angle, every issue. I mean, he's on it.

Jennifer: Okay, this is a really terrific idea. But like you said, I mean, he-- he's the main guy on the national scene. Why would he even make time for someone--like, a rookie like me? H-how would he even do that?

Daniel: Yeah... oh, he already has.

Jennifer: What?

Daniel: What?

Jennifer: When?

Daniel: What--oh, oh, uh, well, 20 minutes from now. Yeah. He's waiting for you at the Mandalay cafe.

Jennifer: What?

Madison: You know I wouldn't have gotten so far so fast if I didn't understand the market aspects of my business, right, Brady?

Brady: Of course, and I think you're brilliant... when it comes to the women's line, but, honestly, men... a little soap and water, that's all we need. I think you're going to find most men will agree with me completely.

Madison: Actually, more and more men are realizing that products like this are essential in this very competitive marketplace. Men need all the help they can get, Brady. Appearances count for everyone.

Sami: I actually took some samples home for Rafe. He loved them. So did I.

Brady: Okay, that's gross. T.M.I., Sami.

[Women giggling]

Madison: Brady, do you wear deodorant?

Brady: Do I--

Madison: Deodorant.

Brady: Why would you ask me-- of course I wear deodorant.

Madison: Well, how about aftershave?

Brady: Yes, I wear aftershave. Where are you going with this?

Madison: You know, there was this older gentleman. He was an executive, and he was one of the guys in our focus group. And he said that he actually wished that these products had been around much earlier, you know, when he was younger, so that he could take full advantage of them.

Brady: Mm-hmm.

Madison: It's very important, you know, for men to look and feel their best. They're very essential right now.

Brady: [Sighs] All right, all right, all right. I cave. I give up. You've obviously done your research.

Madison: Of course I've done my research, and why would you doubt that I know what I'm talking about?

Brady: That's a very good point.

[Cell phone rings]

Brady: I guess I should stick to Titan business, and I'll leave cosmetics into your capable hands.

Sami: Oh, my God. Madison, uh... the model just canceled.

Madison: What? What happened?

Sami: I-I guess he was stuck at a photo shoot in Chicago.

Madison: Okay, we got to figure out a way to get somebody else quickly. Do you have any ideas?

Sami: Yes, yes, I'm calling the agency.

Brady: Uh, good luck with that, you guys. I hope you, uh--

Madison: No, you don't. Uh-uh, you're not going anywhere. Sami, I think we found our man.

Melanie: Anything that's going on, I want you to just hit me with it. Just tell me everything that's in your head, and I--and I will be here to listen and--and--and talk about everything that's going on.

Maggie: Well, as much as I appreciate your support, I really do have to stop dwelling on this every minute.

Melanie: Oh, okay, fair enough. Let's talk about wedding music... or canopies... party favors. Wedding favors? Wedding favors.

Maggie: You know, actually... [Clears throat] I would like for you to fill me in on what's happening with you.

Melanie: Oh, okay, that I can do. Um, shocker, I'm worried about my dad--Jack being back, him and Jennifer. I don't want him to get hurt, again.

Maggie: Well, I don't either, or Jennifer.

Melanie: Sure.

Maggie: But unfortunately we have nothing to do with that. It's up to the three of them.

Melanie: I know.

Maggie: Mm-hmm. And what else?

Melanie: Um, I'm working a lot.

Maggie: Don't work too hard.

Melanie: I won't. I like my job. And I have nothing else to do. [Laughs]

Maggie: Melanie, I get the feeling that, uh, something is missing with this update on your life.

Melanie: What?

Maggie: You. I'm asking about you, not your dad, not your work. So what's going on with Dario?

Melanie: I... don't want to talk about Dario.

Maggie: Okay, I wish you would. But anyway... it will help me, I promise.

Melanie: I don't think complaining will help you.

Maggie: [Sighs]

Melanie: Okay, fine. Um... it's been kind of hard since he moved away.

Maggie: Honey, I'm sorry.

Melanie: It's fine. We were fine at first. We were texting, video-chatting, all that good stuff. And then the distance kind of got in the way.

Maggie: How so?

Melanie: He's just busy. He works all the time. I don't even know when I'm going to see him again.

Maggie: Hmm.

Melanie: It's okay. We just kind of realized we have different lives, you know? So we started drifting apart, which I guess we knew was going to happen, so it's not like it's a big shocker. It just... isn't easy still.

Maggie: So you're saying this is over?

Melanie: Yeah.

Maggie: Are you okay with that?

Melanie: Yeah. Yeah.

Hope: Come on, Gran. Let's get to the bottom of this for Maggie. Help us find the answers you want her to know.

Bo: You were right about Mrs. H guiding us through this process, helping us finish what she started.

Hope: There.

Bo: Is that it?

Hope: Yep, that's it. The computer's searching for the file. Brady, we're almost there.

[Keys jingling]

Bo: [Grunts] The guard.

Brady: No, no, I am not a model. I'm not going to be your model.

Madison: No, we need you.

Sami: Yeah, you'll be fine.

Brady: What are you-- seriously?

Sami: It's not gonna hurt. We just need your help.

Madison: Brady, come on.

Brady: Oh, I'm supposed to sit?

Madison: Yeah, we need you. We really do. You're a model just for today.

Brady: Okay, how can you not tell anyone. If my face is going to be plastered in ads all over the city--

Sami: No, no, no, no, no, it's not that--no, no.

Madison: It's a very handsome face. This is not a print shoot.

Sami: Yeah, you'll be more like, um...

Madison: A guinea pig.

Brady: A what--a guinea pig?

Madison: You're like a guinea pig.

Brady: What are you doing?

Madison: Hey, no false modesty here, Brady. This is business, okay? Unless... unless... you're feeling a little insecure. Is it--is it your manliness that you're worried about?

Brady: Whoa. Okay, all right.

Madison: Aw, are you feeling a little insecure?

Brady: Hold up a second. Hold up. I'm not insecure. I am fine, okay?

Madison: Because if--

Brady: And my manliness is intact, no matter what kind of cream you put on me, all right?

Madison: Are you sure? Because, you know, we could wait and hire a model who doesn't have any of those kind of issues, if you want.

Brady: I see.

Madison: Mm-hmm.

Brady: You know what? I don't have any issues at all. And I'm willing to take one for the team. I don't have a problem with it. So bring it on. Put some cream on me.

Jennifer: Oh, my goodness, 20 minutes. 20 minutes, this is fantastic, this is the most incredible opportunity. Oh, my goodness, Daniel. Wait. This is our date night.

Daniel: No, no, I know. I know, but, uh, tonight's the only night Wilcox is in town, and you, young lady, have a big decision about Abe's job offer.

Jennifer: I know I do. I have a lot of big decisions to make. I think our date night is really important.

Daniel: Thank you for saying that.

Jennifer: I mean that.

Daniel: I know. I know you do. But do you think I want you just walking off into the sunset with Jack? No, I do not. And we--we can have a date, you know, anytime. I mean, anytime that it's my night. Listen, this is your one chance to find out if this job offer with Abe is what you want. If it's right for you. [Laughs]

Jennifer: Have I told you just how incredibly special you are to me?

Daniel: You didn't say it in words, but that thing you just did with the--

Jennifer: I'll tell you again.

Melanie: [Groans] I'm sorry, Maggie--I don't mean to get all emotional on you. Just--maybe this is about more than just Dario.

Maggie: Well, what is it, honey?

Melanie: My curse... Melanie's curse--it struck again.

Maggie: What are you talking about? What curse?

Melanie: I know. There's a curse. It's a bummer. Ending things with Dario made me realize that it's happened again. I just don't think finding love is in the cards for me.

Maggie: Oh, nonsense. Of course, it is.

Melanie: Well, let's look. Dario, Philip, Nathan, Nick-- those are just the boys you know of. How much time do you have?

Maggie: [Gasps] Ooh.

Melanie: I just don't-- I don't think it's going to happen.

Maggie: Well, it hasn't happened yet. That doesn't mean it isn't going to.

Melanie: I think maybe the universe is punishing me for all the bad things I've done, and I think I'll be paying for that for potentially the rest of my life.

Maggie: And what about all the good things you've done, Melanie?

Melanie: Irrelevant. Maybe I've already found the guy that I was supposed to be with and I let him get away.

Maggie: Don't think like that. Everyone has things that they would--they wish they could change.

Melanie: You don't.

Maggie: Oh, you want to make a bet?

Melanie: No.

Maggie: It's not the past that matters. What matters is who you are right now. I mean, you... you are one of the most warm, loving people that I know. And great things are waiting out there for you, honey.

Melanie: You're very sweet to say that.

Maggie: Love is going to find you. Look at me. You see, when I lost Mickey, I was so sure I'd never find love again. And now look. I'm head over heels in love with Victor. So, if love can surprise me, you bet it can sneak up on you... when you least expect it.

Melanie: Yeah... let me see your ring again.

Maggie: Okay.

Melanie: Okay.

Maggie: Want to try it on?

Melanie: Yeah. Oh. Kind of, yeah.

Maggie: You can. You can.

Melanie: [Giggling] Okay.

Maggie: Here you go. All right, go ahead.

Bo: Okay, he's gone.

Hope: That was close. We better wrap this up fast. Okay. Got the file we need. I can't believe we're about to see the name.

Bo: No time to open it. Just copy it, so we can get the hell out of here.

Hope: Yeah, I am. Yeah, you're right. Soon enough we'll know the truth. Okay. Let's go.

Bo: Make sure it's safe.

Madison: Sami, make sure and tell the lab how effective this one was.

Sami: Yeah, why don't I do that right now?

[Door opens]

Brady: What do you mean-- "effective"? What do you mean by that?

Madison: Nothing, just... shh, just relax.

Brady: I mean, don't you think I can put this stuff on by myself? I mean, I could. I could just--

Madison: It's really crucial that I apply the product myself.

Brady: Oh, no, sure.

Madison: 'Cause I need to test the texture... on your skin... and on here, so just be quiet, relax, and enjoy the moment.

Brady: Okay.

Brady: So how do I look?

Madison: Good enough to eat.

Daniel: Is it my imagination, or is there less spring in your last three steps?

Jennifer: No, I'm just, um-- I mean, part of me's really excited, but, you know, part of me is... is really, really nervous. Because I read Mansfield Wilcox's profile.

Daniel: Yeah?

Jennifer: How could I have never heard of him? He--he's the best in the business. I am so clueless.

Daniel: Well, you're cute.

Jennifer: What am I going to say to him, Daniel?

Daniel: You are going to go march over--

Jennifer: [Gasps]

Daniel: What?

Jennifer: There he is.

Daniel: Oh, my goodness, there he is.

Jennifer: Oh, no.

Daniel: Oh, no. You know what? Look at him, though--see?

Jennifer: Yeah.

Daniel: He's just having a latte, reading a best seller, just a regular guy.

Jennifer: He's not a regular guy. He rubs elbows with famous people every single day.

Daniel: We do that. We know the DiMeras.

Jennifer: Oh, yeah. Lucky us.

Daniel: You have no reason to be nervous at all. You're just going to have a little friendly chat with a peer.

Jennifer: A peer? I am a--not even a newbie in this field. I am a never-has-been. That's what I am.

Daniel: That is not true.

Jennifer: Yes, it is true.

Daniel: No, no, you are an experienced reporter. You have this thing about you. You can draw people out and then you get the story. Now you're going to go over there and you're going to do your thing. And you're going to let him tell you what it's like to be one of the country's top political operatives, and then you are going to decide if that's a story you want to live.

Jennifer: You're right. You're right, of course. Here I go.

Daniel: All right.

Jennifer: Kiss me for luck. Okay. Thank you.

Daniel: Good luck.

Melanie: Well, thank you again for what you said.

Maggie: Oh, I wasn't just saying it.

Melanie: No? You really think I could find another guy after all the mistakes I've made?

Maggie: Hmm. Life will always surprise you... if you just let it.

Melanie: Touché. We were supposed to be taking care of you, and I made it all about myself and got all emotional, so I'm going to run upstairs really fast and fix this.

Maggie: Well, you look fine. And all this is just beautiful.

Melanie: Okay, now I know you're lying. I'll be right back.

Maggie: Well, um, take your time, 'cause I'm going to be looking at wedding favors.

Melanie: Oh. Oh! I really love the personalized fortune cookies, but maybe we could add, like, a Greek twist?

Maggie: I don't know about that.

Melanie: Okay.

Maggie: But you know what? Yours might contain the name of your future husband.

Melanie: [Giggles] Liar!

Maggie: [Laughs]

Melanie: Okay, love you.

Maggie: I love you. [Sighs] Okay.

[Doorbell rings]

Maggie: Oh!

Hope: Oh! It's cold!

Bo: Hey, sorry, didn't mean to scare you.

Maggie: I wasn't expecting you at this hour. Any news?

Hope: With any luck... ah, we do, yes.

Maggie: I didn't know you'd be able to get a warrant at this hour.

Hope: Well--

Bo: Yeah, well, shh-- we pulled some strings.

Maggie: So what is... what is this?

Hope: We believe that... that is the name of the woman who took your eggs.

Maggie: How'd you get it?

Bo: It's best that, um... well, the less you know, the better.

Madison: [Giggles] Do you want to see what you looked like during your facial?

Brady: You took a picture?

Madison: I did. And for the right price, it'll stay right here in this room.

Brady: You're damn right it's going to stay in this room. Show me the picture. Come on, let me see it.

Madison: No!

Brady: Got to see that.

Madison: Give me that. We have one more step.

Brady: [Sighs] You're kidding me. I've been--I've been primped and pampered within an inch of my life here--I think I'm good.

Madison: I know, but this is really the ultimate culmination of your entire experience.

Brady: That sounds pretty good, actually.

Madison: It is really good, actually. Okay.

Brady: Well, what have I got to lose?

Madison: That's right.

Brady: What do I do?

Madison: Just lay back... and be quiet.

Brady: Yes, ma'am.

Madison: Relax.

Brady: [Groans] Whatever you say. I'm a little too relaxed to argue with you, anyway.

Madison: Good. I'm going to show you how this works. I want you to imagine yourself someplace exotic.

Brady: Are you asking me to fantasize right now?

Madison: [Laughs]

Brady: In my own office, I'm supposed to fantasize?

Madison: Why not? Hey, just--it helps if you let yourself go. The revolutionary thing about this product... is that it can be used on both the face and the body.

Brady: Mm-hmm.

Madison: So that every part of you can relax. Let me show you. Okay. I want you to feel the warm sandy beach. The sun beating down on your skin...

Brady: Mm-hmm. All right, I'm there.

Madison: You're there?

Brady: I'm there.

Madison: Okay, what do you hear?

Brady: I hear the...the waves crashing at my feet is what I hear.

Madison: Do you feel the wind... cool breeze coming up off the clear water? It's just you and all the elements. Are you hot?

Brady: Uh, yeah, Madison. I'm there.

Madison: Good. Now you feel the splash of the water... cooling your skin... raining down on you.

Jennifer: It was unbelievable.

Daniel: Oh, my God.

Jennifer: It was unbelievable.

Daniel: What, you're finished already?

Jennifer: Yes, yes.

Daniel: What--what--why?

Jennifer: Um, he had a meeting that he had to go to, but he answered every single question that I asked him. He answered questions I didn't even ask him.

Daniel: I'm guessing you like him, maybe.

Jennifer: I am crazy about him. I am in awe of him. Do you know that he has run some of the most famous campaigns in the last 20 years? He is a-a--he's a genius. And he even told me, like, some stuff that he had to deal with, with ex-wives and ex--ex-mistresses and blackmail.

Daniel: Oh, shh, shh, shh.

Jennifer: Yeah!

Daniel: You're not going to have to deal with that, you're working with Abe--good.

Jennifer: Yeah, but look at who his opponent is.

Daniel: Point taken.

Jennifer: Okay, but the point is, he was sharing these experiences with me.

Daniel: Wow, I think he made a favorable impression on you. I mean, I hope this doesn't mean that Jack and I have to now, you know, fight another guy for your affections, now, do we?

Jennifer: Very funny, very funny. Come over here.

Daniel: Yeah?

Jennifer: Thank you for today. Thank you for everything.

Daniel: I'm glad I could help.

Jennifer: More than you know.

Daniel: Good. Well?

Jennifer: What?

Daniel: You can't leave me in suspense here. Are you going to take the job with Abe's campaign or... not?

Maggie: Lillian Parker?

Hope: Do you know anyone by that name?

Maggie: I don't think so.

Bo: Are you sure it's not someone from your past?

Maggie: It's not ringing any bells. Is she from Salem?

Bo: We did a quick search from the P.D. database on the way over here, and it turns out there were several Lillian Parkers who lived here in Salem during the time that this woman was at the clinic.

Maggie: So we're closer than we were, but the answers are still out of reach.

Bo: Yeah, kind of.

Maggie: And even though one of these Lillian Parkers gave birth to my child... well, is there any information on the child? I mean, the name. Is it a boy or a girl or anything? Do we know?

Hope: I'm sorry. I... we were hoping, but, uh... no.

Bo: Tomorrow we will do a more thorough search, narrow down the list of women. We'll do everything we can to find the Lillian Parker that carried your child.

Jennifer: And I realized that when I was talking to Wilcox, I thought, "If I take this job, it--it's just going to shake up my life in--in such an incredible way-- I mean, more than I ever imagined, really."

Daniel: You need to just relax, sit down.

Jennifer: And I mean, I know that...

Daniel: Right here.

Jennifer: Thank you. I mean, I would be on call 24-7, right?

Daniel: Yes.

Jennifer: Right.

Daniel: And--and--and who's going to help you?

Jennifer: You said you would. I know.

Daniel: Exactly.

Jennifer: And I really appreciate that, but it's also completely unpredictable, because I-I would have to really plan out every detail and, at the same time, be able to throw out those plans and improvise on the fly. I mean, I'd be making split-second decisions with nothing but my gut.

Daniel: I know. Yeah, I know, it sounds like...

Jennifer: Yeah.

Daniel: You are going to have a lot of surprises, and you're going to have to be prepared for anything, anytime.

Jennifer: Exactly... which is why this is one of the most exciting things that's ever happened in my whole life. And how could I not do this, Daniel?

Daniel: You can't.

Jennifer: How could I pass up an opportunity like this?

Brady: Wow. All right, I got to admit it. I admit it. I feel great. I mean, everything--everything you said about these products is actually true.

Sami: Think we have a convert.

Madison: Sami, did you get all of our notes together? I mean, I have a few things I want to change still, uh, you know, based on our little test run, but...

Sami: I have it all here. And I will get it to the lab.

Madison: Thank you. I want to meet with them right away, if I could.

Brady: I definitely think these could be million-dollar products, I mean, if you get men to try it.

Madison: Oh, don't worry. Sami and I have been working on a little plan, huh?

Brady: I hope that plan doesn't involve bringing men in here one-on-one and giving them the treatment that I got... although I have to say, if you did, your success rate would probably be 100%.

[Cell phone ringing]

Madison: Is that the lab?

Sami: Sorry, it's my babysitter. She, um, uh, just wanted to know if she should put the kids to bed or if she should keep them up so I can say good night.

Madison: I'm sorry. I've kept you too late already. Go ahead and go home. And give Johnny a little hug from me, if you will, please.

Sami: Thank you. You're sure?

Madison: Yeah. I can take care of everything that needs to be done here.

Brady: Yeah. Good night, Sami.

Sami: Yeah, good night, Brady.

Brady: Have a good one.

Sami: Yeah, talk to you tomorrow.

Maggie: Well, I want to thank you both for everything.

Hope: Hey... we're not done yet. I-I thought for sure I'd have answers tonight, but... we're not giving up, are we?

Bo: No, we're not. And we are getting closer.

Maggie: I hope so. I don't know how much more of this uncertainty I can take.

Hope: I know, I know.

Bo: Just hang in there, okay?

Maggie: I always do.

Bo: Yes, you do.

Maggie: Oh, my goodness, would you look at the time? You two have been working on this for half the night. Now, come on, I'll--I'll walk you out.

Bo: All right.

Hope: Don't worry. We're going to get to the bottom of this.

Bo: We will.

Maggie: Thank you. Good night.

Brady: So when do you think we'll be able to get these, uh, products out into the world?

Madison: When I'm certain that they can't be made any better and not a moment sooner. As I said, there are still a few little changes I want to implement.

Brady: I don't know--I think you've hit perfection, actually. Just don't ask me to give a personal testimonial, Madison, okay? The man who heads up a company called Titan--I can't have people running around saying how much he likes to be pampered, you understand?

Madison: [Chuckles] Your secret's safe with me.

Brady: Good.

Madison: You know what? In fact, I will even delete your picture off of my cell phone.

Brady: Why are you letting me get off so easy here?

Madison: Just to make sure that your "manlihood" is intact, not that there was ever any question about said manliness. So... I got to get going.

Brady: You really have to leave right now?

Madison: I really do. Like I said, I want to make sure I get over to research and development, and give them these notes. We've got to get these products out right away. I thought we were on the same page.

Brady: Yeah, I thought we were on the same page, too. But apparently we're on separate books.

Madison: Excuse me?

Brady: Nothing. It's not important. Don't worry about it.

Madison: If I didn't say so before... thank you. Thank you so much for being our test model.

Brady: Madison... no problem.

Madison: I'm glad you enjoyed yourself.

Brady: I did.

Madison: Good night.

Brady: Good night.

Madison: [Sighs]

Jennifer: I am so excited. I can't wait to tell Abe I'm going to run his campaign. Do you think it's too late to call him? I don't know. I'm not sure. What do you think? I'm really doing this. I'm doing this. It's going to be so great.

Daniel: Yes, it is, and you are going to be great. I'm glad the meeting worked out. I am. You're awesome.

Jennifer: Yeah, but it wouldn't have worked out if you didn't make it happen. You saw what I needed, and you pulled some strings, and you brought it all together.

Daniel: No, no, no, no, I just brought two people together. You--you're the one who asked the right questions, and you figured out that this is something that you want--you.

Jennifer: No, you didn't just pull two people together. You gave up our date night. And you made it happen.

Daniel: Well, seeing how excited you are makes it all worthwhile. And, you know, I'm kind of hoping that maybe I can get a little do-over date sometime soon.

Jennifer: What about right now?

Daniel: Right now? Uh, it is kind of late. And I'm not sure you don't want to just call it a night?

Jennifer: No, I'm not ready to give up my date night yet.

Daniel: Okay, well, you know, I don't really want to overstay my welcome.

Jennifer: No, you could never do that--it's not possible.

Daniel: Well, I haven't eaten and, you know--we should-- haven't had dinner.

Jennifer: That's all right. I can feed you something. There's something here... somewhere. Why don't we just, um...? We'll just pick up where we left off before.

Daniel: That's a good answer.

Melanie: Maggie, I fixed my face. Oh. Lillian Parker? [Chuckles] Why's my grandma's name on this paper?

Marlena: How dare you talk to me like that? Who do you think you are?

Jennifer: I know that you've been following me, you've been watching me all night--why?

Melanie: Why are you guys talking about my grandma?

Maggie: Lillian Parker is your grandmother?

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