Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 11/1/11
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Jennifer: Hey, good morning. I made you some coffee and something to eat.
Melanie: Oh, coffee, good.
Jennifer: How ya doin'? Did you, uh... did you sleep at all?
Melanie: Um, well, we talked about the, uh, possibility of sleeping.
Daniel: And then just started talking again. I'm sorry if we, uh, kept you up.
Jennifer: No, no, not at all. How did it go? Did you figure anything out?
Daniel: Uh, no, not really.
Melanie: Well, I knew that Maggie had a son or daughter floating around there somewhere. I just didn't know that that would be my dad.
Daniel: Yeah, and I really can't wrap my head around it. I mean, my mom's not here to-- sorta help me understand, sort this out, so I don't know.
Melanie: Look, we can talk about this until our faces turn blue, but you need some answers.
Daniel: Maybe I know how to get them.
Victor: [Knocks on door]
Maggie: I have to go. I love you both very much. Okay, bye.
Victor: Were you on the phone?
Maggie: Yeah, I was talking to Melissa and Sarah. Telling them everything that's happened. Come on in, come on.
Victor: Did you get any sleep?
Maggie: Not much. I couldn't stop thinking about Daniel and Melanie.
Victor: It's funny how those things work out, isn't it?
Maggie: Yeah, isn't it? I've always had the strongest connection to that girl ever since she came to Salem.
Victor: Yeah, well, she certainly has changed a lot since then.
Maggie: Boy, has she ever. Mm.
Victor: That's because she knew you.
Maggie: Hmm. Well, she changed me too. She helped me see that it was okay to love you after I lost Mickey. And I might have a granddaughter.
Victor: Enough to make a person believe in fate, isn't it?
Maggie: And you know what gets me is that you're a part of this too.
Victor: How do you mean?
Maggie: Well, your Daniel's godfather.
Maggie: [Laughs] And you knew his parents.
Maggie: What were they like?
Victor: They were very, very good people. Devoted to each other, and to Daniel.
Maggie: So you didn't have any idea that Daniel wasn't his mother's biological son?
Abigail: [Sighs] Okay. Uh, what leaders were known as the "Council of Four" in Paris, 1919? Okay, Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd George, somebody Orlando? Oh, what was his first name?
Chad: Why, hello, there. Ready to talk about the end of World War I?
Abigail: Sure, Chad. But we're on the beginning of World War II.
EJ: EJ DiMera. I'm running for mayor. I hope I can count on your support.
Nicole: And I have literature on Mr. DiMera's campaign, for what he wants to do for this city as your mayor.
Quinn: Well... I definitely know who you are.
Nicole: Quinn Hudson, what the hell are you doing here?
Quinn: That's all you have to say? Aren't the two of you gonna welcome me back to Salem?
Chad: Okay, did something happen?
Abigail: No. Why would you say that?
Chad: Well, it just seems that you're, I don't know, upset.
Abigail: Upset? What could I possibly have to be upset about, Chad?
Chad: I don't know.
Abigail: Oh. Oh, yeah, that's right. You know, it could be that I walked in on my boyfriend sticking his tongue down my best friend's throat.
Chad: Okay, okay. I told you, I thought she was you. And last night, you said you understood.
Abigail: Yeah, I did. Last night. But then I--I started thinking about it.
Chad: Abigail, it was just a kiss.
Abigail: It was not the kiss, Chad, it's how into it you were.
EJ: I thought you left Salem.
Quinn: I did.
Nicole: With my sister. Where is Taylor? What happened to her great job in Paris?
Quinn: And Taylor took it. That's where she is.
Nicole: Oh. And you're...
Quinn: Back here.
Nicole: So you two--
Quinn: Are over.
Nicole: Yeah, okay. She got tired of trying to reform you, huh?
Quinn: Taylor's a very ambitious woman. Once she started her new job, she fell in love with it.
Nicole: Yeah, that's what she said when I talked to her.
Quinn: It requires her to travel extensively.
EJ: Let me guess. You didn't feel like sitting at home, staring at the Eiffel Tower.
Quinn: We made a very painful decision to go our separate ways.
Nicole: So she dumped you.
Quinn: Well, if that's the way you wanna look at it, fine. But it was mutual. So I decided to come back to Salem. And I'm getting the uncomfortable feeling you two wish I hadn't.
Daniel: I am going to arrange for DNA testing for Maggie and me.
Jennifer: Yeah, you know, you need to know for sure. And so does she.
Daniel: I know. Well, the thing is all it does is tell us if we're related. Doesn't really tell us why.
Jennifer: Yeah, but in vitro wasn't that common the year that you were born, was it? I don't know.
Daniel: Exactly. But that's exactly it. I mean, I have no idea how my mother had access to the eggs that Maggie stored. I mean, nobody was using egg donors back then. Maggie specifically said that she intended those eggs to be for her. Because Mickey, he was--he was sterile.
Melanie: Yeah, we get that, Dad. I mean, I keep trying to tell him if he has to find out his biological mom isn't the one that raised him, at least he finds out it's Maggie.
Daniel: I know, I know, I get it, I do. I get--I just--it's just...
Daniel: I don't know. I mean, if this is all true-- I mean, if--if--if this really did happen, why would somebody do this to Maggie? Why? And was my father in on it? And if he wasn't in on it, I mean, do I have a biological father out there somewhere? I mean, how--
Jennifer: I wish we had these answers. I do.
Daniel: If the DNA test proved to be positive, I'm just-- hmm. Look, I know Maggie would be so happy at the possibility. And so would you.
Daniel: Yeah, well, I don't know if I can feel the same way. Ever.
Chad: If I seemed into it, it was because I thought I was kissing you. It had nothing to do with Melanie.
Abigail: Okay, Chad, lemme get this straight. So, you walk up to her, you see her from behind, you grab her, kiss her, and you still never get a look at her face?
Chad: Okay, well, first of all, you guys were wearing the same Halloween costume. Look, I--come on, Abby, I said I'm sorry. I mean, what else do you want me to do?
Abigail: Okay, fine. How would you feel if you walked in, and I was locked in some hot kiss with one of your best friends?
Chad: Well, I mean, I would be pretty upset if I caught you kissing will. He is your cousin, after all. And you're so not Sonny's type.
Abigail: This isn't a joke, Chad! You know what I mean.
Chad: Yeah, I do. And, I mean, I'd hate it. But if you told me you made a mistake, I'd believe you. I don't know what to do. I don't know how to make this right.
Abigail: Maybe we can't.
Melanie: I guess I understand that this is probably easier for me, since I've never really had a grandma before, and for that grandma to be Maggie...
Daniel: I know, look, that would be perfect. I get it. All right? I get it, but I'm afraid she wants this relationship that I-- y'know, I don't even know if I'm capable of doing that.
Melanie: Why? What do you mean, capable?
Daniel: Because I had an awesome mom.
Daniel: Growing up, I had an awesome mom. And now that I'm grown up, boom.
Jennifer: I know, you feel like you don't need another mom. I get that. I understand that.
Daniel: That's right. I don't, I really don't. Look, I'm sorry, honey, but I'm good on the mom thing.
Melanie: Don't be sorry. It's just that--I understand. But--but--if--if--if Maggie is your biological mom, wouldn't it be nice to have her in your life?
Daniel: She--honey, is already in my life.
Daniel: Right? And I'm satisfied with that. I really am. Yeah, I am. As scary as that sounds, I'm satisfied. I just wish I could talk to my folks, that's all. Maybe, you know, ask them what happened. Maybe they know.
Melanie: All right, okay. Look, I-- you know what, I might... I might know of someone you can talk to.
Victor: Daniel and his parents didn't live in Salem, so even though I was his godfather, I didn't really see that much of him.
Maggie: Thank you. So you're sure that they never mentioned having trouble conceiving a child?
Victor: No. But then I'm not the type of person people come to for that kind of conversation.
Maggie: Yeah, but they didn't tell Daniel either.
Victor: Yeah, well, that's tough, you know. How do you tell a kid that he started out in a petri dish?
Maggie: [Laughs] That's never easy--mm. I think kids like hearing that they're here on this earth because their parents had sex.
Victor: You know, I once told Philip he was hatched in an egg in the forest. Thought it was preferable to having him know that Vivian was his incubator.
Maggie: Mm. [Sighs] Daniel's parents probably assumed that this would never come to light.
Maggie: Poor Daniel. He wants to do DNA testing.
Victor: Don't you?
Maggie: Uh, well, I hope it'll bring both of us some peace of mind.
Victor: It'd certainly alleviate all of his doubts.
Maggie: I've given myself a good talking-to. I'm going to back off. I'm gonna give him all the time that he needs to deal with this. 'Cause I think that's the only way that we're--we're gonna build a relationship.
Nicole: Why would we care about you one way or the other? Hmm?
Quinn: Well, I'm a reminder of a fairly unhappy time in both your lives.
EJ: Oh, that time's over.
Nicole: Uh, yeah. And Taylor's done with you, and your mom hopped on a broom and left town, so I really don't get what's left for you here.
Quinn: I rather like Salem. I was thinking about putting down roots here until it was suggested that I might be happier elsewhere.
EJ: Really? Suggested by the police, as I recall. I don't think you have much of a choice, given your line of work.
Quinn: Well, I'm sure I'll be able to work something out. Once I assure the police I'm no longer in that line of work. And, uh, I wouldn't take that tone with a registered murderer if I were you. I have a feeling you're gonna need everyone you can get.
EJ: [Clears throat] Nicole, would you be a dear and leave us alone for a minute, please?
Nicole: Are you sure you're gonna be okay?
EJ: Mm-hmm, I'll be fine, thank you. You hurt her?
EJ: Who do you think? Taylor.
Quinn: Taylor's fine. She's a part of the past now. For both of us.
EJ: So what're you doing here? And what, exactly, do you want with me?
Melanie: You could talk to Victor.
Daniel: Oh, gosh.
Daniel: You were there. What did he say?
Melanie: It doesn't matter. I'm sure you could come up with a few more questions to ask him.
Daniel: He said he knows nothing.
Jennifer: But your parents made Victor your godfather. They must've been close friends.
Daniel: Uh, yeah, they were.
Jennifer: Okay, so, they must--maybe they said something at the time that just didn't register with him, something.
Melanie: It wouldn't hurt to go give him another shot.
Daniel: Okay, okay, okay.
Daniel: All right, all right. If the DNA test results are positive--if--then I will talk to him. Then I will talk to him.
Melanie: You know, I'm going to Victor's house right now, if you want me to lean on him.
Daniel: Oh... no, please don't lean on him. All right? And why are you going to Victor's house?
Melanie: I just have to talk to Maggie about her wedding.
Daniel: Her what?
Melanie: Her wedding. Their wedding, the wedding.
Daniel: You gotta be kidding me.
Daniel: No, I know they're getting married. This is-- that would mean that now my godfather...
Daniel: Would be--
Jennifer: Your stepfather. Victor becomes your stepfather.
Daniel: Okay, all right, this is getting weirder and weirder. This is absolutely wrong.
Melanie: Look, I know this is weird, but it's not bad-weird. You know, it's actually kinda great-weird. You get a mother figure. And I get a--a grandma that's, like, right outta my fairytale. Just like my dad. Look, um... Maggie's not gonna replace your mom, but I don't think she's gonna try and do that, okay? I think if anybody knows better about that, it'd be Maggie.
Jennifer: Yeah. She does know about that. She knows about that because she has an adopted daughter. And she knows that a mother is the one who tucks her child in at night.
Melanie: It's true. I know how you feel, though. If you recall, uh, when Carly came back into my life and told me that she was my biological mother--does that ring a bell?
Daniel: Yeah, it rings a small bell, yeah.
Melanie: So, lemme just ask you this question: Who was it that told me I should let Carly into my life? Okay? C'mere. I love you.
Daniel: I love you. I love you.
Jennifer: Bye, sweetie.
Daniel: I'm tellin' ya...
Quinn: I don't know why you're being so hostile. I did take a rather inconvenient business enterprise off your hands.
EJ: You still haven't answered my question. What're you doing here? Really.
Quinn: I told you. Taylor and I split up, so I thought I'd like to settle down in Salem.
EJ: In spite of the fact that you are a pariah in this community. You have no family. You don't even have any friends. And Roman Brady gave you a choice--that you either go to prison, or you leave town.
Quinn: Yeah. Well, my lawyer assures me he can take care of that.
EJ: I see. And how do you think you're going to earn a living? The only thing that you're good at is selling drugs and women.
Quinn: People can change, mate. Hey, look at you. Running for mayor.
EJ: I'm not your mate. There's a big difference between you and me.
Quinn: Yeah, and what's that?
EJ: I'm a DiMera. We have options. You're a drug-dealing pimp with no pedigree. It's tough out there for people like you.
Quinn: I wonder what the voters will think of your illustrious pedigree. I mean, my gut tells me that if they haven't already seen your true colors, they soon will. And then your dream of becoming mayor will just become a pathetic joke on you.
Chad: Okay, what do you mean we can't work through this? If you don't know how I feel about you by now, what're we doing?
Abigail: Okay, maybe I'm overreacting a little bit. But ever since you danced with Melanie at that party, I've walked in twice, and I've found you all over her.
Chad: Okay, well, I was dancing with her at the party because you asked me to. Okay, you asked me to. And the first time you caught us, we were goofing around. The second time was a big mistake.
Abigail: Do you have a thing for her, Chad?
Chad: No. I--I don't.
Abigail: Okay, because if you do, I just--
Chad: Look, Abigail, I don't--I'm getting a little sick and tired of trying to defend myself here.
Abigail: I know, I'm sorry. Uh, I don't know why you put up with me. [Sighs]
Chad: Well, it's a good thing you're not so hard to look at. Especially when you smile.
Abigail: Which I haven't been doing a whole lot of since my dad showed up. Or since my mom decided to date both him and Daniel at the same time and pick a winner.
Chad: Yikes. Well, midterms don't help either.
Abigail: I can't concentrate, and I could totally blow this exam, which I never do. It's all--it's just freaking me out. And stupid dates of who was where in 1919, it's just making me a little crazy.
Chad: You know, you are in luck, because that is the one thing that I can help you out with right now.
Jennifer: You okay?
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
Jennifer: It's a lot, you know, it's a lot to take in.
Jennifer: Timing stinks.
Daniel: Yeah, I mean, because of you and Jack? Timing? Hey, look, don't worry about it. I'm gonna take this one step at a time, and the first step I'm gonna take is finding out if this is even true.
Jennifer: Okay. But you know what, you're still gonna be the same man you've always been. And even though your family tree's gonna look a little bit different, it's not gonna change the man that you are. And it's not gonna change the love that you had for your family that raised you.
Daniel: Yeah, I know. Ugh, you know what? They could've told me the truth, though, right?
Jennifer: All right, well, maybe they didn't know how.
Daniel: I don't know, a clause in a will--something. Just the truth.
Jennifer: If they couldn't tell you themselves, why would they want you to find out that way, Daniel?
Daniel: You know what, if it was your kids, would you tell them?
Jennifer: Yes, I would, but--
Daniel: You would, right? Seems a little selfish, don't you think? I mean, especially in terms of knowing my medical history.
Jennifer: I know, but as parents, you do everything--you do anything to protect your kids.
Daniel: I'm sure they wanted to. Well, at least they, you know, died believing they pulled it off, so there you go.
Jennifer: You know what? I really hope that, at some point, you will see the upside of all of this. You're not losing a family, you're gaining a second mother. A beautiful woman who, I am telling you, is just realizing more and more how much she loves you.
Maggie: You know, you keep saying that you're the lucky one.
Victor: Everybody knows that.
Maggie: Yeah, well, I think you're wrong, 'cause I think I am. Because it may turn out that I have a son that I always wanted, and if that's true... mm... I'm gonna be a grandma again. And on top of all of that, I'm about to marry the most wonderful man. So I'm definitely the lucky one.
EJ: You would be wise not to threaten me.
Quinn: All I'm saying is that if I know the truth about your business dealings and personal life, how long do you think it will be before the media digs it up? That could make life hell for your family. You have small children too, don't you?
EJ: You leave my kids out of this.
EJ: You still haven't told me what you want.
Quinn: I'm just trying to help you avoid a lot of bad press.
EJ: Oh, helpful, right, that would be you. What do you want in return for this, um, generosity?
Quinn: The business I bought from you. At a hefty price, I might add. Has been shut down, eliminated. I'd like your help in starting a new one.
EJ: Oh, well, you know me. I'm all about helping small business owners.
Quinn: Oh, great. Then we're on the same page.
EJ: It better be legitimate.
Quinn: I wouldn't have it any other way.
EJ: So I give you my assistance, and you keep your mouth shut.
Quinn: Of course. So, do we have a deal?
EJ: Just remember, you stick to the terms. I'm not a man to cross.
Nicole: [Clears throat] Okay, so, it looks like we have a break in schedule. Let's go get a bite to eat, huh?
Quinn: Mind if I join you?
Nicole: Yes, I do. I have some things I wanted to discuss with EJ.
Quinn: Let me put this another way. I'm joining you. I'll meet you at the outdoor cafe in a few minutes.
Nicole: Oh... what the hell just happened?
EJ: Hmm? Oh, don't worry about him. I'll handle it.
Nicole: Yeah, right.
Melanie: Oh, yeah, go, Victor.
Maggie: Uh, don't be so fresh, young lady.
Melanie: Yes, ma'am. Uh, I just stopped by to do a once-over with the checklist one more time. But I'm a little early, so I could just--while you guys...
Victor: No, you stay right where you are. Maggie's happy to see you. And I'm sure you two don't need me to discuss flower arranging.
Melanie: No, nonsense.
Maggie: Thank you.
Melanie: The caterer called. He needs a final head count.
Maggie: That can wait. So, how you doing?
Maggie: How's your father doing?
Melanie: Not so great.
Daniel: Right here?
Daniel: Okay, you know what? I don't know how you do it. I don't.
Jennifer: How I do what?
Daniel: You have this sort of amazing ability to stay positive. Make everything seem like, "It's okay, just have a seat, it's fine."
Jennifer: I'm glad that's all you noticed.
Jennifer: I have my moments. You know that.
Daniel: Yeah, you do.
Jennifer: But I think it's important to find the good in every situation. I think it makes it better.
Daniel: Is that it? Is that the magic--
Jennifer: Yes, that's it.
Daniel: Okay, I'll have to keep that-- you do know this isn't about Maggie, though. I mean, the kind of person she is, right?
Jennifer: Of course, I know that.
Daniel: Okay. It's just this whole thing. It throws everything off. I mean, believing in me, and my life, and...
Jennifer: I know, I get that. I mean, sometimes the most wonderful news can be really hard to take. You know, just because of what it does to your life.
Daniel: Uh, you are talking about Jack.
Daniel: I'm just guessing. All right, look, I know this isn't easy for you either. I do. It's hard. But I wanna thank you for standing by me right now.
Jennifer: There's no other place I'd rather be.
Nicole: Well, I don't see our friend Quinn.
EJ: Here, allow me. No, I don't see him either.
Nicole: Well, do you think he was playing us?
EJ: I doubt it. Maybe something came up.
Nicole: Well, I hope so. Considering the way you've been acting since he showed up.
Quinn: Sorry I'm late.
Nicole: Oh, no problem.
Quinn: I was just walking around, checking out the new town square. Awesome achievement.
EJ: Isn't it?
Quinn: Hey, I, um--I had a chance to read some of your literature. The small business owners are going to be very appreciative of all the incentives you say you'll put in place. If you're elected.
Nicole: That's what they keep tellin' us.
Quinn: Yeah, I'm thinking of becoming one of them.
Quinn: I've been working on a new venture. And after walking around here this morning, I think this may be just the location for it.
Nicole: Oh, okay, well, I don't think the founding fathers envisioned a "hooker stroll" in the town square, but hey, you know.
Quinn: Did Taylor ever mention that I have an extensive background in martial arts?
Nicole: No, she left that out.
Quinn: I'm thinking of using my skills, and applying them to a business.
Nicole: A martial arts studio?
Quinn: Well, I'm thinking of it more as a wellness center. Maybe lifestyle spa would be a better name for it. It would have Thai massage, yoga, beauty treatments, as well as martial arts training.
Nicole: Well, that's novel. Good luck with that. But that's gonna be a real change for you, isn't it?
Quinn: When things ended with Taylor, a big change sounded like a good idea. The more I think about it, the more I think Salem would be the perfect location for what I have in mind.
Nicole: However, your former earnings--how do I say this? Were off the books, so how do you expect to get financing? Just wondering.
Quinn: Money's not gonna be a problem. Thanks to EJ.
Chad: Okay, Miss Abigail Deveraux, why did President Wilson think the League of Nations would help solve the problem of disarming Germany and the other defeated nations after the war?
Abigail: Okay, uh, because-- because the league would provide so much security on its own that the nations would be more likely to cut back on their armed forces.
Chad: Whoa, see? You know this stuff.
Abigail: I mean, yeah, I know the big picture stuff, but not all the dates and names.
Chad: Well, you'll never learn them just by cramming them into your head. Think of it as one big story. And the dates and names will be part of the story.
Abigail: But this isn't really the kind of story that interests me.
Chad: See, that I get. I think I know a way to make this a little more interesting.
Abigail: Oh, do you?
Chad: Yeah, I mean, it's too bad we're in a public place.
Abigail: Well, next time I'll have to make sure that we're not.
Chad: Well, see, that's an excellent idea. I'm gonna do something for you. Wait here.
Abigail: Wait, Chad, no.
Chad: I'll be right back. I'll be right back. No, no, no. You'll see.
Nicole: Well, EJ, you never mentioned that you were underwriting Quinn's business.
EJ: Seems like a good investment. It's a way for the DiMera family to be seen to be creating jobs and contributing to the revitalization of Salem.
Nicole: Well, it'll get ya publicity, that's for sure.
EJ: No, this does not go public.
Nicole: And any publicity is good pub--why?
Quinn: I don't want it public either.
Nicole: Why not?
Quinn: All right, sorry to run, but I have a lot to do. I made an appointment to check out that space across the square. If I decide to go ahead...
EJ: Text me your information, I'll wire you the money.
Quinn: Will do. Nicole.
Nicole: Quinn. You're bankrolling that pimp?
EJ: He's on a leash. That's all that matters.
Nicole: Do not treat me like I am an idiot, EJ. That bastard is blackmailing you, isn't he?
Melanie: Sorry if I upset you earlier.
Maggie: Oh, you know, I knew when I asked the question that you weren't gonna tell me that Daniel had become crazy about the idea overnight.
Melanie: Well, it's not that it's you.
Maggie: I know, but he's probably wondering the same thing I am. How in God's name did this happen?
Maggie: I told him that I was gonna give him as much time as he needed. And I meant that.
Melanie: Good. You know who doesn't need any time?
Melanie: Me. I'm quite fond of the idea. I mean, everybody knows you and I have had a connection since I got here. I love you so much.
Melanie: I'm down, I'm down!
Maggie: You are so bad!
Jennifer: You're awfully quiet over there. What're you thinkin'?
Daniel: Just wondering if Melanie's on to something here.
Jennifer: How so?
Daniel: I don't know. You said it yourself. I mean, maybe Victor knows more about this than he realizes.
Jennifer: Yeah, I mean, think about everything that he and Kate went through to get Philip. You know, I mean, you said that your parents were close friends, right?
Daniel: Mm-hmm. That was more my dad than my mom, but--
Jennifer: All right, so think about it. Men at that time talking about having children, and maybe not happening. Maybe they sort of talked around the whole thing, you know?
Daniel: Yeah. I guess it makes some sense.
Jennifer: All right, but did they have any other friends?
Daniel: After I was born, I-- coworkers, uh, dinner parties, but I really don't remember any--any close friends but Victor.
Jennifer: All right, well, then, maybe you were their whole life, but before then--listen. There have to be other people out there who can give you answers.
Daniel: Yeah. Maybe Victor knows those people too.
Jennifer: Right, so talk to him again. He loves you. I mean, I can't imagine that he would want to keep any of this from you. Why would he do that?
Henderson: Mr. Kiriakis, this was just delivered.
Victor: Just put it over there.
Henderson: Are you busy, sir?
Victor: I'm playing online poker, of course, I'm busy. What do you want?
Henderson: I noticed, when I came down this morning, that someone had made themselves a bromo during the night.
Victor: That was me.
Henderson: Are you feeling ill?
Henderson: Then, perhaps you're upset.
Victor: Don't be ridiculous. I'm about to marry Mrs. Horton.
Henderson: But there is the situation between her and Dr. Jonas.
Victor: What's your point?
Henderson: I thought perhaps your stomach was upset... [Sighs] Because you're the one who arranged for Dr. Jonas's parents to receive Mrs. Horton's eggs. Perhaps you're thinking that you should tell this to Mrs. Horton.
Maggie: Tell me what?
EJ: Look, I don't like Quinn Hudson, but he has a good idea, all right? And I know a good investment when I see one.
Nicole: Don't give me that.
EJ: Nicole, you knew who you were dealing with when you agreed to work with me.
Nicole: Yeah, and I also told you you needed to tell me the truth. I need to know if something bad is coming our way so I can be prepared. What the hell does Quinn Hudson have on you?
EJ: Don't worry about us. Okay? I have the situation completely under control.
Quinn: I'm back, and we need to talk. I think there's a way we can both help each other.
Abigail: There you are. I thought maybe you weren't coming back.
Chad: What, you kidding me?
Abigail: Okay, this isn't exactly what I had in mind for us.
Chad: Well, you study first, then we'll play later. That keeping you motivated?
Chad: Okay. What we're gonna do is we're gonna cut out pieces from the history book, and make them into...
Abigail: Yeah, fine, you can say it--flash cards.
Chad: So you can see history. Focus on this, not have to think about anything else.
Abigail: You mean like Melanie?
Chad: I'm sorry, who?
Abigail: You know, you really are the best.
Chad: And you're gonna rock this exam. What is it?
Abigail: I was just hoping that maybe, um, I could get a little preview of what I'm working towards here.
Chad: Oh, yeah?
Maggie: Henderson, what is it that you think Mr. Kiriakis should tell me?
Victor: All right, I'll come clean. I was just telling Henderson how happy I am because I'm about to marry the love of my life.
Maggie: Oh, Victor.
Victor: And Henderson thought that perhaps I should impart this information to you.
Henderson: Yes, that was it.
Melanie: Okay, I'm gonna call the caterer. Actually, Maggie had some questions about the appliances in the kitchen. Would you be in on the call with me?
Henderson: Yes, of course.
Victor: I want you to know that I am not at all upset that I am not the love of your life.
Maggie: You're one of them.
Victor: You have a hard time believing this is really happening.
Maggie: You took a long time. We had a lot to get through.
Victor: Yes, and I'm glad that's all behind us. I'll tell you this... I am not going to let anything spoil what we have now.
Daniel: Thank you for listening to me.
Jennifer: It's no problem. God knows you have listened to me a lot lately.
Daniel: Yeah. The thing that gets me is that I can be in the O.R., there's a victim of a gunshot wound, a car accident, right there. And I'm cool and as calm as can be.
Jennifer: I know that. I'm living proof.
Daniel: Yes, you are. But news like this, it just-- y'know, it kinda throws me.
Jennifer: Yeah. I'm sorry.
Daniel: I wanna tell you I am so glad that you're here to take this in with me. So glad, in fact...
Daniel: I know that you've gotta sort things out with... that guy. Um, but I am--I am gonna say this... I want you in my life forever.
Brady: You think I'm attractive?
Madison: I did not say that, Brady.
Brady: By the way, Madison, you're blushing.
Sami: I'm sorry! I'm sorry if I was interrupting something. Please leave Madison alone. Brady breaks women's hearts. He'll break yours.
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