Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 10/28/11
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Hope: Careful, careful! Oh, there we go. [Laughter, shouting] Oh! Oh! There's my little pirate girl! Oh, my gosh, they haven't even been trick-or-treating yet. In an hour, they're going to be sugared up to the ceiling.
Bo: $20 says I can settle them down.
Caroline: You're on.
Hope: Good luck.
Bo: Hey, kids. Kids? Who wants to hear a scary, scary ghost story, huh?
Children: I do, I do, I do.
Bo: Okay. Let me tell you the tale of Margaret Hawthorne.
Hope: Listen to the story.
Ciara: Who's Margaret Hawthorne?
Bo: Well, Margaret Hawthorne and her husband, Jacob, lived right here in Salem 200 years ago. And they were very, very happy right here, until one day Jacob was accused of cattle-rustling. That means they thought he stole their cows. But Margaret knew her husband would never do such a horrible thing. And she assumed that all her friends and neighbors knew the same thing about her husband, Jacob, but she was horribly, horribly wrong... because he was found guilty. And Jacob was sentenced to be hanged in the town square. And you know what? 200 years ago, the town square was in the same exact place that our town square is now. So, on All Hallows’ Eve-- that's what they called Halloween back then-- Jacob was hanged in front of all of Salem. And Margaret Hawthorne cried that they hanged an innocent man. And she swore that, somehow, someday, she would get revenge. And then on Halloween, she disappeared and was never heard from again.
Johnny: Is that the end of the story?
Bo: On Halloween every year, it is said that the ghost of Margaret Hawthorne roams the Town Square, dressed all in black, mourning her beloved Jacob.
Johnny: Cool. I want to see her.
Bo: Oh, no, you don't, Johnny Boy... because it is said that Margaret Hawthorne is still looking for revenge. And she will gobble up anyone who crosses her path.
Allie: Even kids?
Bo: Oh, especially kids. But don't you worry, because when Margaret Hawthorne's ghost is near, there is a warning. On Halloween night, when she appears, the lights begin to flicker.
Chad: Fair maiden, may I buy thee a brew?
Abigail: Okay, that costume is going straight to your head. What--what happened to Frankenstein?
Chad: I, uh, just couldn't go through with it.
Abigail: You know, Melanie said something about you having some childhood monster trauma?
Chad: It's no big deal. Really, I just wanted to be the perfect partner to my beautiful lady.
Abigail: Well, perfect you are.
Melanie: Ooh, hi, lovers.
Abigail: Oh, I don't believe it. Did you get your costume at Moe's Costumes on Market Street? I--he promised me I would be the only French maid here.
Melanie: No, we got it at Spooky Palace, right, Chad?
Chad: Yeah, um...
Chad: You should have showed me your costume. We could've, uh... prevented this disaster.
Melanie: Oh, well... it's not a disaster. I mean, mine's--yours is-- uh, and we're still friends, right?
Abigail: Well... yes, of course we're still friends!
Melanie: That's... not funny. [Laughter] So I'll--I'll keep--I'll keep my distance.
Abigail: Oh, no, don't worry about it. We are so alike anyway, I should have predicted it. We're practically the same person.
Melanie: That's true. When we were growing up, we both had a little tiny cat named Boots.
Chad: No, get out of here.
Abigail: It's true, and we both hate it when people text during movies.
Melanie: That's true.
Chad: I stopped. I promise.
Melanie: We also both hope my dad will end up with your mom, right?
Abigail: Yeah, yeah, totally.
John: Eight... nine... ten.
Marlena: Hey, how many sets are you doing of those?
John: Hell, I'm up to three now.
Marlena: I can recall when you couldn't even do one or two reps.
John: And I remember when you used to love to get dressed up for Halloween.
Marlena: Well, not this year.
John: Yeah. Even though there's a huge party at the new Horton center and all your friends and family are going to be there.
Marlena: Ah, Bela Lugosi, big bowl of Parmesan popcorn, you, me under the blankets, lights are low.
John: [Chuckles] Yeah. I am the one under house arrest here, not you.
Marlena: Yeah, I know--I want to be here doing it with you.
John: I figured you'd say that. That's why I called in reinforcements.
John: Bo and hope. They're on their way. They're taking you to the party tonight.
Marlena: I'll call them and cancel that.
John: Doc... you need to get out of the house tonight. I mean it.
Marlena: Why? Is something going to happen tonight?
Nicole: EJ! It's time to shake, rattle, and roll. We're going to be late for the party.
EJ: Nicole, listen, all right? I don't think this is a good idea.
Nicole: It's brilliant. Trust me.
EJ: Sweetheart, does it matter to you at all? I mean, I find it humiliating to go out in public like this.
Nicole: Would you just stop whining and get out here, please?
EJ: Fine. All right, I need to know what you think, and you better be honest with me.
Nicole: [Laughs] Yes. Look at you, Elvis.
EJ: Stop it.
Nicole: A hunk of burning love.
EJ: Stop it.
Nicole: You have to spin.
EJ: I hate you...
Nicole: I know.
EJ: Just so you know.
Nicole: Yes. Ow! Sorry, you look great.
EJ: It's ridiculous.
Maggie: Here we go. Oops, sorry.
Caroline: So here's your first candy of the night.
Bo: You kids remember to be on the lookout for the ghost of Margaret Hawthorne.
Caroline: Knock it off with that ghost stuff. They're going to have nightmares.
Bo: These kids are brave, right?
Hope: I have to tell you, great job with the story.
Bo: Yeah, you should have told me you were going to do the thing with the flickering lights, I would have built up to it more.
Hope: I didn't do anything with the lights, did I?
Maggie: Me neither.
Caroline: What? No.
Bo: Uh, must have been a coincidence, then.
Hope: Yeah, it...
Bo: A coincidence.
Hope: Yeah. It had to be.
Jennifer: Oh, you got it! Did you get it? You did! You got it! You did it! That was great. Here, here, let me help you.
Daniel: That's great. Now, what do I--
Jennifer: Oh, that was great.
Daniel: What do I win?
Jennifer: You win the apple.
Daniel: What? You're kidding--you're kidding me, right? I spent five bucks on a freakin' apple?
Jennifer: [Laughs] That is what I love about you. You dress up, you bob for apples, you just--you just do it all.
Daniel: Yeah, I do it all-- replace the occasional heart... yeah, that's me, all right.
Jennifer: Yeah, yeah.
Daniel: Now untie me.
Jennifer: Oh, no, you're good. You're good.
Daniel: What are you talking about, I'm good? No, no, no, no. No, it's your turn. Now untie me.
Jennifer: Oh, no. No, I-I don't bob for apples.
Daniel: I'm sorry, what? What do you mean you don't bob for apples?
Jennifer: No, because I have makeup and hair--I don't do that.
Daniel: You're a princess, not a diva. Now, come on, here we go--untie me.
Jennifer: No, I am not bobbing for that apple, 'cause look what it got you. It got you a lousy apple. I know the game.
Daniel: Yeah, that and rope burns. Now... untie me.
Jennifer: I think that you are being a really good sport in the situation I find myself in.
Daniel: Yeah, well, what am I going to do? My hands are tied.
Jennifer: Yes, they are. I hope you know I'm not loving this.
Daniel: Do you mean me and Jack going after you?
Jennifer: I am, uh... going to make a decision really soon--I am.
Daniel: Well, I hope so. Don't make me lock you in the highest tower of my castle. I'll do it. There'll be gators and a moat.
John: Doc, hey, come on, relax. Nothing's wrong. I mean, well, nothing else is wrong.
Marlena: You sounded pretty serious just now.
John: I seriously believe that you need to get out of this house and go have some fun.
Marlena: We could have some fun right here.
John: Please, for my sake?
Marlena: I hate this. I hate that our lives are being turned upside down by these made-up charges.
John: Eh, it's not going to be this way for much longer.
Marlena: Really? How do you know?
John: Well, because Carrie's got a real lead now. She's going to come back here and clear this whole thing up, and then our lives are... well, our lives are just going to get back to normal. You remember normal, don't you?
Marlena: Wh--do-- oh, wait. Normal.
John: Yeah. Normal's pretty good, isn't it?
Marlena: Normal is very good. Very good.
Nicole: Come on, give me a little lip.
EJ: No, come on, d-- Nicole, just stop it, all right?
Nicole: Yes, come on, we have to send a picture to your mom. You're finally living up to that name she gave you. One smile.
EJ: Okay, just put the camera down.
EJ: No, please, come on, just leave it.
Nicole: Hey, wait, wait, wait, wait, where you going?
EJ: I'm going to get changed.
Both: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
EJ: No, no, uh-uh--
Nicole: Not so fast. You are going to that party tonight, and you have to go in costume.
EJ: Fine, I'll go to the party. You know what I'm going to go as? I'm going to go as a wonderful political candidate. I'm going to wear a lovely custom-made suit.
Nicole: Oh, yeah, good. Great, uh huh. That'll convince the people that you have a sense of humor and you're willing to poke fun at yourself just a little bit.
EJ: My dear, my, uh... threshold for public humiliation is quite low.
Nicole: [Sighs] Do you know how many Elvis lovers there are out there?
EJ: Oh, my goodness.
Nicole: And, uh, P.S., my research says that people think you're a little stuffy and humorless, and they have a hard time relating to you.
EJ: But that's fine, because I'm looking to be their mayor. I'm not looking to join their... bowling league.
Nicole: Abe Carver is going to be there... pressing flesh, kissing babies, and you can bet your butt he'll be doing it in costume, looking like a man of the people. But you are The King.
EJ: Don't forget that. All right. I'm not gyrating my hips, all right?
Nicole: Why not? Your mom was a huge fan. I bet you know all the words to all the songs, Elvis.
EJ: Shut up. Let's get going.
Nicole: Thank you. Thank you.
EJ: Do you know where my dog is?
Nicole: Yeah. Yes, I do.
Hope: Hey, Maggie. How are you doing?
Maggie: I'm okay. Yeah, yeah, of course, yes.
Bo: Did you get any chance to talk to Victor, tell him what happened?
Maggie: Uh, no. Um, he had to, uh, fly to Houston on a business meeting. I'd like to talk to him, because he always knows the right thing to say.
Hope: Well, you can talk to us till he gets back--how's that?
Maggie: Thank you. I don't guess you heard anything more about Lillian Parker?
Hope: We just want to make sure we have the right Lillian Parker.
Bo: We'll get all the answers you're looking for soon.
Maggie: Okay. I keep trying to tell myself not to think about this, but--
Hope: How can you not? You're human.
Maggie: I don't even know how old my child is... let alone what they're--I don't know, what he or she is like.
Bo: Y-you'll have those answers soon.
Hope: I think you should tell her.
Hope: I think you should tell her.
Maggie: Tell me what?
Bo: There is a chance... you'll know who your child is by the end of tonight.
Abe: Excuse me, everyone. On behalf of the city of Salem and the Horton family, I would like to welcome you all to this first Halloween celebration in this revitalized town square. Now, all of you have a howlingly good time.
[Cheers and applause]
Abe: And n-now, remember... remember, be safe.
[Cheers and applause]
Lexie: What's going on? That looks like... no! It can't be.
Nicole: Hey, y'all, I want to introduce you to The King and your next mayor of this fair city, EJ-- I mean, Elvis DiMera. Whoo!
Jennifer: Ooh, la la, that is quite the costume.
Melanie: Thank you.
Daniel: Yeah, aren't you a little cold there, young lady?
Melanie: I'm not cold. I'm fine. And we're indoors. You guys couldn't look cuter.
Jennifer: Thank you. Hey, have you seen Abigail? I didn't get to take her picture.
Melanie: Oh, yeah, yeah. I saw her and Chad out by the cafe, but you can take a picture of me, because we're wearing the same costume.
Jennifer: I'm going to go find her and see if she needs a sweater. I'll be right back.
Melanie: Uh, is she--wh-- so... how are you two?
Daniel: Oh, we're fine. Haven't beheaded Jack yet.
Daniel: Not that this is a competition or anything.
Melanie: Well, you are competing with a whole lot of history, not to mention two kids--
Daniel: Okay. You're not really helping me.
Melanie: Just playing the devil's advocate. Have you ever thought of bowing out?
Daniel: Oh, yeah, sure, sure, but then I think about what life would be like without my, uh, beautiful, fair maiden.
Melanie: Well, then you'd just be stuck with your old-maid daughter.
Daniel: Okay, you are not an old maid. You're not. You're beautiful. You're a beautiful young lady, and the guys in Salem will be just lining up to date you. You watch, you'll see.
Melanie: Yeah. Okay.
Daniel: No, it's true. It is true. It's also true that Jack and Jennifer could live happily ever after.
Melanie: Come on, she's got to know he's going to screw it up again.
Daniel: Oh, you would think, but on his date with her, they, uh... decorated cookies.
Daniel: Yeah. For kids in a hospital...
Daniel: In Afghanistan.
Melanie: Yikes. He's good.
Daniel: Oh, yeah, he's good. But I love her, he loves her, and we may have to just duel to the death.
Melanie: Well, you'll beat him.
Daniel: [Grunts] Get home.
Melanie: [Choking, laughs] I'm not going.
Jennifer: Oh, hey. There you are.
Abigail: Hi, Mom.
Jennifer: I was looking all over for you.
Abigail: You look great.
Jennifer: Thank you. Well, that's--that's--it's little. Where do you put the house key in that?
Abigail: Mom, they're in Chad's pocket.
Jennifer: Okay. Where is Chad?
Abigail: He went to make a phone call, but I'm glad that we get a minute alone together, because there's something that I need to say to you. I... I'm so sorry. I apologize for getting so angry with you for giving Dad a second chance.
Jennifer: Thank you. Thank you so much. That really, really means a lot to me.
Abigail: I was just telling Chad that what I want more than anything is for you to be happy. And Daniel is... great.
Abigail: But Dad... Dad's...
Jennifer: He's D--he's Dad, you know? He--he has his own charms. I know this whole situation seems crazy, that I am... I am dating these two men. And it is--it's weird. It's really weird.
Abigail: Yeah, it is weird, Mom. You can say that again.
Jennifer: Yeah. And if I had known what happened with your dad in Afghanistan, I never would have fallen for someone else, ever.
Abigail: I know. I know that.
Jennifer: And you have to know that--that I did. I did, and I love them both. And I have to make a decision sooner than later.
Abigail: Yeah, you do.
Jennifer: But no matter what decision I make, you need to mend things with your dad, because he's your dad, and he loves you, and you need your father, do you understand?
Abigail: But I'm not a little kid anymore. Mom, I'm not, and Dad doesn't want to understand that. Where is Dad, anyway? I figured that he'd be here.
Jennifer: He... no, he's in London. He went to see your brother.
Abigail: What? Now?
Jennifer: Honey, your brother has missed your dad like crazy. You know that. He needs to be there.
Abigail: Yeah, I know. But it's just so not like him to be right in the middle of this big push for you and give the other guy the advantage. It's...
John: Marlena will be ready in a minute. You guys look great.
Hope: Thank you.
John: Can I get you some beer or wine, or would you like-- what would you like?
Hope: Nah, we're good. Thank you so much. We had enough to drink today.
Bo: Enough ale. We got to keep our wits about us tonight.
John: That's going to be hard to do.
Bo: Yeah, how you doing?
John: I'm--I'm fine. I'm fine, you know. She's the one I'm worried about. You know, she's trying so hard to keep my spirits up. I can tell this is getting to her. So, thank you for taking her out of here.
Hope: Of course.
John: You know, Halloween's always been one of her favorite holidays.
Hope: I bet it is.
Bo: No problem.
Hope: Don't you worry. We're going to make sure she has a fantastic time.
[Bo and hope imitating pirates]
Marlena: Oh, my gosh. Look at you!
Hope: Look at these boots.
Marlena: You look gorgeous.
Hope: Thank you.
Marlena: And you are--you know, you look fine.
John: Look at you. You know what? I just think I made a really big mistake here. Uh, why don't you two go on? I think this woman's going to stay home with me.
Hope: Come here, pirate. [Growls]
Marlena: That's what I told you I wanted to do in the first place.
John: That was my attempt at a really bad joke. Now, will you just get out of here?
Marlena: I think you're really trying to get rid of me. Are you going to be okay?
John: I'm going to be fine. If I need some company, I got the nice guard outside the door. Now... be sure you have fun. That's an order.
Bo: We'll take good care of her--let's go.
Hope: Come on, Marlena, follow us. Wish you were joining us, John.
John: Thank you.
Marlena: Bye, honey.
EJ: Now, as I know you all discovered earlier, nobody wants to hear a politician talk at a party. However, I would, uh, just like to say how wonderful it is to see my friends, my family here this evening, celebrating Halloween in this wonderful town square that we have. I think it reminds us all of what a fantastic place Salem is to live, and I know that, with your support and with your vote, we can make it even better. Thank you. [As Elvis] Thank you very much.
[Cheers and applause]
Nicole: Okay, and if, uh, you ladies and gentlemen of the press would like to ask questions, uh, to Mr. DiMera, he would be happy to answer them now.
Reporter: Yeah, how about a picture of you two as Elvis and Priscilla?
Nicole: Uh, I am not his date. I'm--I'm just his publicist.
Reporter: Well, now, you know a photo op is a photo op, right?
Nicole: Uh-huh. The man has a point.
EJ: Uh, well... I mean, maybe we can do something, uh, like this.
Reporter: A little tame. How about a kiss?
EJ: You said, um...
EJ: All publicity is good publicity, right?
Nicole: [Sighs] Fine. No tongue.
[Cheers and applause]
EJ: Ah, how was that?
Hope: Make way for the pirates! Aye-aye! Arr!
Abe: So glad you're here.
Lexie: And you, you made it!
Marlena: It's so good being with close friends. I love this. I'm loving this.
Bo: Ah, sorry to interrupt. Um, if you'll excuse us for a second, we got to go talk to Maggie.
Hope: We'll be back.
Marlena: Oh, sure, of course. Of course. Well, did I miss anything good?
Lexie: [Sighs] Just my brother making a fool of himself.
Marlena: Oh, I'm really sorry I missed that.
Abe: Yeah, at least you're here now.
Lexie: Yeah, don't--don't worry. It's bound to happen again, probably within minutes. Yeah, yeah.
Marlena: Perfect. I can't stay too long. I hope he does hurry up. Actually I left John back at the house, and I worry about him just sitting there staring at the four walls.
Maggie: See, I was hoping when you got back that you'd have some news.
Bo: Oh, we just, uh, picked up Marlena. So... no new news.
Maggie: Oh. What makes you think that you're going to find something out tonight?
Hope: I'm going to tell her.
Hope: We narrowed down the search. We found out when the eggs were implanted, so Bo and I started checking the names of patients in obstetrics units all over this area nine months later.
Bo: Hey. We did find a Lillian Parker who had a child during the time in question.
Maggie: Whoa, whoa, whoa, what else does it say? Where's my child?
Abigail: Chad! What the hell are you doing?
Chad: Oh--oh--oh, my God. I--the--the--the--the costumes, uh...
Melanie: Yeah, we're just--I-
Chad: Wow, this was--this was a mistake.
Abigail: You just went with it?
Melanie: Well, not went...
Chad: Abigail, I'm so sorry.
Melanie: Not per se. I mean, we look the-- he thought I was you. We're wearing the same outfit.
Chad: Wh--look, you-- you got to trust me on this one, okay? I--this was--it was a mistake.
Melanie: Yes, completely. I'm gonna let you guys--okay. All right, okay.
Lexie: That's better.
Jennifer: Hey, cowboy.
Jennifer: Hi, are you, uh, still in the market for a campaign publicist?
Abe: Tonight more than ever.
Lexie: Oh, Jennifer, please say you'll do it.
Jennifer: I want you to know that I would love to do it.
Lexie: All right, thank you! Listen, um...u I hope there are no hard feelings.
Jennifer: Oh, Lexie, please, everything that happened at the hospital--I-I mean, I just... I just hope you understand the circumstances around all of that.
Lexie: No, I-I understand, you were helping a dear friend. You were terrific at your job. I-I hated losing you. You're smart. You're loyal. And just so you know, you were Abe's first and only choice.
Jennifer: Well, I will tell you, that is so good to hear, especially since I've never done anything like this before.
Abe: Well, I'll tell you, your first order of business is to stop EJ from stealing all my thunder.
Jennifer: Okay, I'm on it. I'm on it.
Lexie: Well, if you need help finding skeletons in the closet, come get me.
Jennifer: I'm going to come to you. I am so excited. I back you 100%, Abe. I know that you are the right man for the job, and I can't wait to get started.
Abe: Thank you so much.
Jennifer: I really can't.
Lexie: Oh, fantastic.
Abe: I'll call you in the morning, and we'll set up a meeting with the rest of the staff.
Jennifer: Great, great.
Lexie: We better go and check on Theo--he's probably making Austin a little bit overwhelmed right now.
Jennifer: Oh, no.
Lexie: Thanks again, Jennifer.
Jennifer: Thank you. Thank you. Bye.
Abe: Thank you so much. See you in the morning.
Jennifer: Okay, Abe.
Jennifer: You know what? You know what? It's really rude to stare. Yeah, I'm talking to you. Do you think I don't know that you've been following me around the whole night? Who are you? Who are you? What is your problem?
Marlena: Okay, one, two, three. Very nice. I'll get that to you.
Sami: Be bop, be bop, bop bop bop. [Giggling] Careful, careful!
Marlena: I'll get that to you--that's just wonderful.
Marlena: One, two... I'm sorry, do I know you?
Sami: I'm sorry, Mom, I know I haven't been around lately.
Marlena: Yes, neither have your children.
Sami: Right, well, you know, I have this new job, and it's been really keeping me busy, with the kids and everything.
Marlena: Yeah, and having Austin move in and coming to Halloween parties.
Marlena: Your father says he asked you to call. I see that you haven't been able to get around to that either.
Sami: I'm sorry.
Marlena: Hey, it's not about me. But John could certainly use your support.
Sami: So maybe Daddy didn't explain that the reason I haven't been around, the reason I haven't called, is because I don't know that I can lend my support to John.
Marlena: What does that mean?
Sami: Look, I read the paper. I've seen the evidence. I don't know that he's innocent.
Marlena: I don't believe this.
Sami: I'm sorry. It's a hard thing to say.
Marlena: I would hope it is.
Sami: There is a strong case against him.
Rafe: Yeah, there is, but look at the case. It's too neat and tidy. The thing's manufactured. I'm telling you, I know it is.
Marlena: Samantha gene... look at me. You disappoint me.
Sami: I shouldn't have brought it up. This isn't the time or the place, and I apologize.
Rafe: Sa-- I'm really sorry about this. I had no idea that she felt this strongly.
Bo: Maggie, I'm... I'm really, really sorry, but I can't tell you where your kid is.
Maggie: Why not?
Bo: The P.D.--the computer crashed--again--before my guy could get all the information off of it.
Maggie: [Groans] No.
Bo: Well, hold on, hold on. I do have some details. Uh, Lillian Parker is deceased. But she is survived by a son whose birthday is December 18th.
Hope: A son.
Maggie: I might have a son? Oh, that's incredible. Well, when--when are you going to get more information?
Bo: Probably won't be till tomorrow, but at that time, um, I'll be able to tell you hopefully everything about your son and this Lillian Parker.
Hope: Oh, Maggie.
Melanie: Lillian Parker? Why are you guys talking about my grandma?
Maggie: Lillian Parker... is your grandmother? [Gasps]
Chad: I swear to God. I saw Melanie standing where I left you. I was sure it was you. So I grabbed her, closed my eyes, and in my head, I was kissing you.
Abigail: You seem like you're upset.
Chad: I am upset. My girlfriend caught me kissing someone else.
Abigail: Not just kissing her, Chad. Kissing her and dipping her and--
Chad: Okay, you're right. You're right. The costume, it made me... crazy. I know. Please... will you forgive me?
Abigail: I'll let you off the hook this time.
Chad: [Sighs] Thank God.
Abigail: But if I ever, ever catch you kissing another girl again--
Chad: It's not--it's not going to happen, 'cause the girl I want to kiss is right here in front of me. The girl I want to kiss is you.
Abigail: I love you.
Chad: I love you, too.
EJ: It's nice to see you two. Are you having a good night?
Sydney: Yeah. [Babbling]
EJ: What's that?
EJ: Ah, I don't know what costume that is. But your costumes look fantastic.
Johnny: Mommy got them.
EJ: Well, good for her. Good for Mommy.
Johnny: Who are you supposed to be?
EJ: [Laughing] Um, I'm supposed to be a rock-and-roll singer called Elvis.
Johnny: That's your name!
EJ: That is my name. That's because, uh, my mommy was a huge fan of Elvis, so she named me after him. And your Uncle Austin's waiting for you, so maybe you should go and say hello to him.
Sydney: Bye, Daddy.
EJ: Can I--can I give you guys a quick kiss before you go, hmm? Is that okay, Johnny? [Growls playfully] Mwah! Okay, off you guys go. There we go. Don't eat too much candy. Love you. Just missed, uh, Johnny and Sydney. I think they're scared of me or something.
Nicole: You mean someone's been telling ghost stories?
EJ: No, no, no, no, no, I mean they're scared of me. It tears me up inside.
Nicole: I know. It won't last for long.
EJ: [Clears throat] Right. I hope not.
Nicole: Maybe this isn't a good time to ask... what happened back there?
EJ: Oh... the kiss.
Nicole: EJ, I told you. I'm your publicist, not your girlfriend.
EJ: Well... I think, uh, legally speaking, you're actually still my wife.
Nicole: Yeah, we should fix that. Should I... call the lawyer, or do you want to? Think about it.
Marlena: How dare you touch me like that? Who do you think you are?
John: I want... a trick-or-treat.
Marlena: Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh, what are you doing here?
John: I decided to give myself a night off, okay?
Marlena: But what if somebody sees you?
John: That's what this is for.
Marlena: This is a very bad idea. We have to--we'll go back to the house. I'll distract Charlie. And then you can sneak back in--
Marlena: Did you say no to me?
John: I want a night out with my beautiful wife.
Marlena: No, no, it's much too risky.
John: Haven't you learned by now I would risk anything for you?
Bo: Your grandma's name is Lillian Parker?
Melanie: Yeah. I mean, I never met her, obviously. But that's why Chloe named her son Parker. What does this have--why are you-- oh, why was Lillian Parker's name on a piece of paper at your house?
Hope: Wait, wait, Daniel's last name is Jonas.
Melanie: Right, Parker's his mom's maiden name. What does this have to do with my dad? You're--stop, you're freaking me out. What's--are you gonna-- what's wrong?
Hope: When's your dad's birthday?
Melanie: Uh... December 18th.
Hope: Oh, my God.
Bo: Oh, wow.
Maggie: Oh, my God. It's true.
Melanie: What's true? Why--what--you're fr-- what are you talking about?
Hope: Melanie, you--you know that Maggie just found out that she has a child out there somewhere.
Melanie: No! [Laughing] Of course. That's all you've been-- are you s--is she saying-- are you saying--
Bo: [Laughs] The name of the woman who made the switch with Maggie's eggs is Lillian Parker. And she had a son, and his birthday is December 18th.
Maggie: I think your father... I think he's my son.
Jennifer: I believe I asked you a question. Who are you? Oh, no, don't even try it. I know that you've been following me--you've been watching me all night. Why? What are you looking at? Why are you so interested in me and my daughter? Jack? No way.
Daniel: There you are.
Jennifer: Yeah, hey.
Daniel: I've been looking all over for you.
Daniel: What is it? Something wrong?
Rafe: Sami, come on.
Sami: I know what you're going to say, and I don't want to hear it.
Rafe: Okay. Look, I don't want to fight with you. What, you really think that John did it? Really?
Sami: I've known him a lot longer than you have, and, of course, I don't want to think that he did it. But I've seen the evidence. It's definitely a possibility.
Rafe: Wait, you know who you sound like right now? Austin.
Sami: And what's wrong with that?
Rafe: Nothing. I just didn't realize he had such an influence on you.
[Laughter and cheering]
John: Okay, give us another kiss.
Marlena: No, no, I'm not going to kiss you, John. Listen, if I'm seen kissing at all, people will think I'm cheating on my husband.
John: All right, well, then let's just play "damsel-in-distress meets the mysterious stranger."
Marlena: Oh, I like that one the best.
John: I know you do.
Marlena: John, wait a minute. Aren't you at all scared about this? I mean, if anybody sees you here--you could get caught.
John: I'm not going to get caught.
Marlena: EJ is right over there. We have to get you out of here.
John: All he will see is a man in a mask and assume that I'm just another secret admirer.
Marlena: I'm not kidding about this. I'm really not kidding. If he figures this thing out, you go back to jail. You might never get out this time.
Melanie: Bo, are you sure about this?
Bo: Well, we won't be 100% sure till we do the DNA test, but it all fits, yeah.
Melanie: So, if Daniel's your son...
Maggie: That would make you my granddaughter. I don't know what to say. I don't know how to tell him. Well, it seems like I found my son.
Daniel: I'd like to set up a DNA test.
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