Days Transcript Thursday 11/3/11

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 11/3/11

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Bo: Yikes. I thought wedding flowers were no assembly required.

Hope: [Laughs] Don't worry. The florist will be here later to take care of all of that.

Bo: Why are we here?

Hope: To accept deliveries while Melanie and Maggie have their facials.

Bo: Facials? The wedding isn't for, like, a day and a half.

Hope: Oh, my gosh, Brady, seriously. I mean, haven't you been around enough weddings to know how much preparation is actually involved?

Bo: Yes, I have. But my bride didn't need that Much preparation. You can't improve on perfection. Good, huh?

Hope: That was really good.

Bo: Yeah. I can't believe that Maggie is marrying Victor.

Hope: I know.

Bo: Is it true what they say--opposites attract?

Hope: Have you forgotten that's what people used to say about us?

Bo: Mmm. Yeah. Big tough motorcycle guy and the Salem socialite.

Hope: You know, I don't know if we've been together so long in spite of it or because of it. But I want you to know, Brady... marrying you was the smartest thing I ever did. And I would marry you again... in a heartbeat.

Bo: Mmm. Thank you for that. We have had some practice.

Hope: No kidding. How many times--oh! You know what? I better go check to make sure we're not supposed to put any of these beautiful flowers in water. I'll be right back, okay?

Bo: Okey dokey.

Rafe: Oh, Sami, there's no problem if you've got to work late, because I have got dinner covered. [Laughs] No, we're not having takeout. I'm making homemade enchiladas. Yeah, that's right. No, my special recipe. Yeah. No. I know, the laundry--it's in the washer right now. Yes, I know what time I've got to pick up the kids. I've got it. Honey, this house-making stuff, it's easy. I got it. I love you too. Okay, I'll see you later. Bye. Okay. [Muttering] Shoot.

[Knocking on door]

Rafe: All right, I'm coming. Hey.

Gabi: Hey! Whoa! What? You look like you've been dipped in salsa. What's going on?

Rafe: It's a minor setback. I got it under control here.

[Microwave chimes]

Gabi: Uh--

Rafe: Okay, I got that. I got it. Oh! You're kidding me.

Gabi: Oh! Wow, uh--

Rafe: Shh! [Groaning]

Gabi: Ah. Minor setback number two.

Rafe: It's not a problem.

Gabi: Yeah?

Rafe: I got it.

Gabi: What about the oven?

Rafe: No, no, no, no, no. Don't touch that. That's the flan that's in there--it needs to set.

Gabi: Oh, fun.

[Cell phone ringing]

Gabi: Mommy's flan?

Rafe: Yeah. Timer's for the...kids that need to be picked up already. Where does the day go? [Sighs]

Gabi: Ah, Rafe, this is such a mess. Hey, before you go, is will home yet?

Rafe: I don't know.

Gabi: What's that smell? Oh, my god! There's a fire here!

[Alarm beeping]

Rafe: What?

Gabi: Oh!

Rafe: Oh, no!

Gabi: Oh, my god!

Rafe: [Coughs]

Gabi: Oh, Rafe!

Will: Hey! What's up? Okay, what's the emergency? I'm supposed to meet Gabi.

Chad: Well, we have a serious problem with the website.

Will: Okay. Let me text her and ask her to meet me here, then.

Both: No, no! Don't, don't.

Sonny: Her brother's a cop.

Chad: Dude, put your phone away. Put it away.

Will: What does that have to do with anything?

Chad: Well, because the police can't find out about this.

Will: Okay. What's going on?

Sonny: Our website has been majorly hacked. And if we don't get a handle on it fast... we could be arrested.

John: Aah! I'm going stir-crazy here being under house arrest. Trying to get my body in shape is about the only way I can take control of part of my life. You know, I'm so damn frustrated. I should be out there trying to clear my name from these damn embezzlement charges.

Marlena: Why don't you focus on all the people that believe in you? Even roman and Bo, although they're--they're supposedly working against you, believe you're innocent. And they will get the evidence, and you will be exonerated.

[Doorbell rings]

Marlena: Hmm. Hello. Welcome home.

Carrie: Thank you.

John: Hey, Carrie.

Carrie: Hi. [Sighs]

Maggie: How was your trip?

Carrie: Good. My plane just landed. I came straight here.

John: Is there a problem?

Carrie: [Sighs] I'm worried about the witness I found in Switzerland.

Maggie: You mean the man that was--

John: He's all right, isn't he?

Carrie: I hope so. I-I tried to check on him when my plane was delayed in new York and then again when our plane landed here, and he's not answering. I can't reach him.

John: [Sighs]

Rafe: Well, the pan's ruined. Don't tell mommy I did this to her flan recipe, okay? She'll kill me.

Gabi: You know what? It's okay. Do you know that if you press the convection button, it'll cook twice as fast?

Rafe: No, I didn't know "if you press the convection oven," because I don't have one of those in my studio apartment!

Gabi: [Laughs] Hey! I'm sure you didn't even step foot into that kitchen.

Rafe: No, I didn't, 'cause that's what takeout's for, sis.

Gabi: Ay, yi, yi.

Rafe: My head. This place looks like a frickin' hazardous waste area.

Gabi: I think you were a little bit overly ambitious?

Rafe: The kids, the kids!

Gabi: What? No, no, no!

Rafe: I'm supposed to pick them up!

Gabi: Relax. Time-out! Listen, we'll just call them, and we'll tell them that you're running late. You know what? In fact, I'm going to pick up-- stop. I'll pick up the kids, okay? You just do what you do best, and I'm not talking about the housework.

Rafe: Yeah, what I do best--what do you mean? Investigative work? Because I don't know if you remember, but I was fired from the force.

Gabi: I know, but just because you got fired from the police doesn't mean you can't do your own investigating.

Will: Why do you think our site's been hacked?

Chad: Well, it's not just that gotgame48 is posting odds, will.

Sonny: We're also seeing that they're starting to place bets.

Chad: That's not possible.

Sonny: No, it is. Chad and I just saw that somebody--

Chad: We just saw it. We just saw it. And within a few minutes, it disappeared.

Sonny: And it gets worse. 'Cause we're seeing posts from gotgame48 with big numbers listed.

Chad: You know what? What if--what if that's the amount they're paying out, you know? What if someone's hijacked our website and is using it to run a book?

Will: Okay, let me check it out. [Exhale deeply]

Chad: [Scoffs] This is a nightmare.

John: Could Stefano have gotten to this guy?

Carrie: I don't know.

Marlena: You know, I realize that we don't have any real proof that Stefano is involved in this.

John: It's the only logical explanation.

Carrie: Whoever framed John, this clinic employee is critical to our case. I mean, he's the only witness we have who can prove that John wasn't in paris when this incriminating money transfer occurred.

[Cell phone rings]

Carrie: [Sighs] I'm so glad you called. It's our witness.

Marlena: Oh, thank goodness.

Carrie: No. No, no, no, no. It's okay. And everything's fine? Good. Okay. Well, I'll be in touch soon, with the final travel arrangements for you to come to the states to testify. Great. [Sighs] He's safe. He accidentally turned the ringer off on his cell.

Marlena: I must say, I'm not thrilled that John's case hinges on one witness.

Carrie: I wish we had more to go on too. But I completely vetted this witness, and I think that he's reliable. John can't have been in two places at the same time. I mean, that will create reasonable doubt in the jury's mind, and with that, they can't convict him.

John: I need more proof than that, that I didn't steal that money.

Hope: Bo? Bo?

Bo: [French accent] Oh-ho-ho! Good afternoon, mademoiselle. Oh, a beautiful lady like yourself, it is obvious... that you're waiting for a very lucky gentleman, huh? But if I may be so bold, this particular gentleman does not deserve... this. [Clears throat] There's no accounting for taste. Follow me. Sit, sit, sit. Right here, please. Merci, merci. [Normal voice] Hey, would you like some, uh... [Clears throat]

Hope: [Laughs]

Bo: Some champagne?

Hope: What is th--yes, I would love some.

Bo: [Clears throat]

Hope: Thank you.

Bo: Where is that lousy waiter when you need him? Can't get good help these days.

Hope: What is going on?

Bo: We'll just have to pour--

Hope: What are you doing?

Bo: Well, I...it occurred to me that you never got the fancy proposal that you deserved. So, you know...

Hope: You certainly got me down the aisle...

Bo: Heh!

Hope: On more than one occasion.

Bo: Yeah... I did. But... I can't jet you off to, uh, paris, so maybe this... mmm. This will make up for it. [Clears throat] Have you ever heard of the hope diamond?

Hope: The hope diamond?

Bo: Yes.

Hope: Wow!

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hope: It's certainly big enough.

Bo: Yes.

Hope: Um...you do realize that they say the hope diamond is cursed.

Bo: Well, this is a different hope diamond. This one is named after the most beautiful woman in the world... the woman that... this undeserving man wants to marry.

Hope: Well, um... I don't think this suits me.

Bo: Ah, come on. I worked on it. I found the pipe cleaners.

Hope: I actually prefer these. Would you do me the honor? Put them back where they belong?

Bo: You're, uh... you're ready for this?

Hope: I'm remembering something that, um, I said to you at oak alley. And it's as true today as it was all those years ago. After everything that we have been through and after everything...everything that has happened to us... I just love you more, Brady.

Bo: Hope... will you marry me again?

Hope: I would marry you again... and again and again and again.

Bo: Put this back on... where it belongs.

Hope: I love you.

Bo: I love you. As long as I can remember I've had sensitive teeth.

Bo: Um, I'm glad you agree to marry me. Because I already paid the minister.

Hope: [Laughs] Hmm. Kind of reminds me of the gentleman who married us, in new Orleans. Good afternoon, kind sir. Mmm, another strong, silent type.

Bo: Yeah. They must be related.

Hope: You're crazy.

Bo: Yeah, and you've already noticed, so I better march you down the aisle before you change your mind. [Grunts]

Hope: What are you--what are you-- what are you doing now? What are--what are you doing?

Bo: Well, we have tied the knot in some pretty spectacular ways. My favorite was oak alley. What about you, fancy face? What was your favorite?

Hope: You want me to choose?

Bo: Yes.

Hope: I don't think I can.

Sonny: I think of what my family will do if I get arrested for racketeering?

Chad: Well, that's a no-brainer. Your father will probably disown you, and uncle Victor will probably disinherit you.

Sonny: Yeah, because your dad and EJ wouldn't do the same thing.

Chad: Ah! My father will probably be proud of me. And EJ, not so much, only because it'll probably screw up his campaign for mayor.

Sonny: Isn't that one of his campaign promises, huh? Start new businesses?

Chad: Yeah, but not illegal gambling.

Sonny: Yeah, but you have more important things to worry about than EJ's campaign. All right, what if Abigail's dad finds out?

Chad: Yeah, she'll probably be upset.

Will: Can you guys chill out for one second, please? I'm trying to work.

Chad: Whoa, whoa.

Will: I'm on to something.

Chad: Okay, what is it?

Will: I used a reverse directory to find out gotgame48's I.P. Address, and it's coming from a dorm at Salem U. So whoever this gotgame48 guy is, we can probably find him there.

Chad: What are we waiting for? Let's go, let's go, come on.

Rafe: Yes. Friend's mom are going to drop the kids by because she has to come into town to get some milk.

Gabi: Nice. Oh yeah, I heard about that storm forecast. You good on the milk situation?

Rafe: I'm good on the milk. Yes--fully stocked.

Gabi: Hmm.

Rafe: I don't think the storm's going to hit anyway, though.

Gabi: Oh, well, now that you don't have to do any grocery shopping, you can work on your case, right?

Rafe: Aw, aren't you optimistic. Yes, but did you not hear about the recession that's hit? How am I even going to find a case, huh? Right.

Gabi: Well, uh, you could do some pro bono work to get started.

Rafe: You mean volunteer?

Gabi: Rafe, you don't have to go far to find some place that you're needed.

Rafe: Yeah, what are you getting at?

Gabi: Look, you were fired because you were so passionate about John's innocence, right? You still think he's innocent?

Rafe: Yeah, definitely. Oh. I see where you're going. There's nothing stopping me from investigating his case.

Gabi: Exactly.

Rafe: So I can work on proving his innocence.

Gabi: That's the brother I know and love. Do anything to help his family and friends.

Rafe: Well, thank you for setting me straight, sis.

Gabi: No problem. Any time, brother.

Rafe: I'm going to get right to work on that. Soon as I clean up this--

Gabi: No, no, no, no, no. You listen to me. No, no, no, no, no--

Rafe: No, I got--

Gabi: Look, you go and do what you got to do, and I will stay here and wait for will, okay? Come on.

Rafe: Really?

Gabi: Yes, really.

Rafe: You sure?

Gabi: Yes, positive.

Rafe: I owe you.

Gabi: Come on! Yeah, I know you owe me, and I owe you a hundred, so just go, before I change my mind.

Rafe: Phone.

Gabi: Oh, right. Here--phone.

Rafe: You're the best.

Gabi: See you.

[Door closes]

Gabi: [Sighs]

Carrie: Austin, I'm back in Salem now. I'm at John and Marlena's, and, uh, I can't wait to see you later. Bye.

Marlena: Honey, I should tell you that I spoke to Austin while you were away.

Carrie: I hope it didn't end in an argument.

Marlena: No, no. He--he wanted me to understand that he's not turning his back on John or the family. And I do think he's disturbed that this job with the S.E.C. Is driving a wedge between the two of you.

Carrie: I'm glad he said that, but things would be a lot less tense if he wouldn't be so obsessed with the numbers on a page.

Marlena: Well, I've been talking to him, honey, I'm persuaded that he's just trying to do his job the best that he can. Oh, honey.

Carrie: John.

John: Hmm?

Carrie: Before I forget, I wanted to ask you if you were satisfied with the guard service protecting the premises.

John: Absolutely, yeah, they're doing a good job, even when they have to think on their feet.

Carrie: I'm glad to hear it, because we're gonna need them to provide more security once our witness comes to town. The trial starts soon, and I need to arrange that now.

John: All right, so what's your plan?

Carrie: Keep our witness under wraps, try to keep him from the prosecution for as long as possible.

John: Smart strategy. Like playing our cards close to our vest. Especially since my whole case is hinging on this one witness.

Marlena: And I hope that's enough. As Carrie said, the burden of proof is on the prosecution. All we have to do is create some reasonable doubt.

John: Well, unfortunately, without irrefutable evidence, the public also has reasonable doubt. Therefore, even if I am found innocent, the public's always gonna wonder, "did he steal that money?"

Marlena: John, you don't know that.

John: Yes, I do know that. The only way to erase that doubt in the public's mind, is for me to find proof that I've been set up.

[Doorbell chimes]

Rafe: Hi.

Marlena: Huh, look at him.

John: Hey, good timing. Look who's back.

Rafe: Carrie. Glad you made it home safe.

Carrie: Oh, yeah. Well, once I secured the witness, my work was done. Thank you for the tip. I'm just sorry you lost your job from helping me.

Rafe: Naw, I told you, it's not your fault. Besides, I'd do anything to help John. That's what family does.

Marlena: We appreciate that so much.

John: And because of your hard work, we're one step closer to proving me innocent.

Rafe: Well, it's actually funny you should mention that. Since I'm no longer a Salem P.D., I've got a little extra time on my hands. So if you need anything, any legwork, I'm your man.

Carrie: Actually, there's definitely something you can do to help.

Hope: Asking me to choose my favorite wedding, is like [Laughs] Asking a parent to choose their favorite child. I can't do it.

Bo: Yes, you can.

Hope: Okay, um... I still have to pinch myself, because I-I still can't believe that we had a real wedding, in London--in London. At Westminster abbey. It was amazing. And, um, I still melt when... when I think about the love in my dad's eyes... when he walked me down the aisle... at our Christmas eve wedding.

Bo: Your birthday wedding.

Hope: Mm-hmm. So choosing a favorite wedding, I--it's really tough. But you know what? If you had asked me which is my favorite marriage, that's easy.

Bo: What's your favorite marriage?

Hope: Our marriage right now. Because this... this is the marriage that will last forever.

Bo: Yeah.

[Hope sobs]

Rafe: Well, I'm here to help. Whatever you want, you name it.

Carrie: I want you to let my firm hire you as a private investigator.

Rafe: [Laughs] Okay, when--when you said that you wanted to help me with my employment status-- okay, uh, I'm speechless.

John: No, what you are is the perfect guy to find rock-solid evidence that Stefano set me up.

Carrie: I need an investigator, like yesterday-- you need a job.

Marlena: And you know the case and the players. And you know what a dog Stefano is.

Carrie: I won't have to waste precious pre-trial time getting a new investigator up to speed. Will you do it?

Rafe: I have to process all this. Oh...you want me to launch a full-scale investigation?

Carrie: Right away. And the silver lining is that I can pay you, which will help me feel better about all of this. And I completely understand if you want to discuss this with Sami first.

Rafe: I'll talk to Sami about it later.

John: Why don't you give her a call right now?

Rafe: I don't need to talk to her. What's there to talk about? I need a job, and I want to help you. It's a win-win.

John: Is it?

Marlena: What does that mean?

John: There's a reason why you don't want to run this by Sami, isn't there?

Marlena: John, for heaven's sake.

John: Oh, come on, doc. Roman, Austin, Rafe, Carrie--it's like a revolving door of visitors around here. Sami's been keeping her distance. Come here, doc. I know that something else has been eating at you lately. And now I just figured out what it is. Sami's like everybody else in this town is, isn't she? The reason she's staying away is because she thinks I'm guilty, doesn't she?

Sonny: All right, remember. Whoever's misusing our website, he's probably a linebacker, okay, and he weighs more than all of us combined.

Chad: Okay, I'm not afraid of some roided-up jock. All right? Let's go.

Sonny: Have to be careful so no one gets hurt. And when I say "no one," I mean us.

[Knocks on door]

May I assist you gentlemen?

Chad: Excuse us.

Will: Is this your room?

Yes.

Will: Wow, this is a lot of hard drives.

Uh-huh.

Will: Do you mind if I take a look?

Now's not really a good time--I'm working on my thesis proposal.

Will: Thesis? Oh, that's great.

Sonny: Yeah, we don't want to keep you from that fascinating work. We just have a question for you.

Chad: Yeah, what the hell are you doing with our website?

Gentlemen, I have no idea what you're talking about.

Will: Salem u athletic department.

I wouldn't waste my time there. Now would you please go and let me get back to work?

Chad: Not...till we get some answers first.

Will: Does the name, uh, gotgame48 sound familiar to you?

Sonny: You run a book on our website?

Chad: Answer the question.

Rafe: John, listen to me. You know Sami, right? She has a unique way of looking at things. Doesn't mean she thinks you're guilty though.

John: No, she just doesn't want you working to clear my name? I'm not an idiot, Rafe.

Rafe: No, you're not.

Marlena: John, I spoke to Sami. She--she, uh, she doesn't think you're guilty, not literally speaking.

John: What the hell does that mean?

Maggie: She knows about Stefano and all the terrible things that he's done to you, and she was wondering--

John: Wondering what?

Marlena: If you've done the things you're accused of doing and don't remember them.

I don't know anything about your website. I've never even attended a sporting event at Salem U. Well, unless you consider chess a sport, which it should be. I'm a grand master, and I can tell you--

Sonny: This isn't about chess. This is about someone posting odds and numbers on our website, for illegal gambling.

Chad: Listen, the number we found posted on the site was an I.P. Address we traced back to this room, so there you go.

Will: Okay, uh, grand master, you need to stop stalling us. I have an entire family in law enforcement that I will turn loose on you.

Bo: I told you at oak alley that I would always love you, and that we'd always be together. I feel very, very lucky to be where we are right now.

Hope: We are very lucky.

John: I've put all of Stefano's mind games behind me. I don't even want to think about that time in my life anymore.

Marlena: It is behind you, honey. And Rafe is right. I mean, Sami has such a peculiar way of looking at things.

John: I just wish you would have told me about this before.

Marlena: To what end? I didn't want to upset you.

Rafe: Yeah, that's right, Sami doesn't either. That's why she hasn't been around. But trust me, when this evidence comes to light, she will be here, she will be celebrating with the rest of us.

Carrie: We're definitely getting there. I mean, we now have a witness who can prove that you were at the Swiss hospital when this photo was allegedly taken. That's proof that there's more going on here than meets the eye.

Rafe: And I'm on it.

Carrie: John, I promise you, we have just scratched the surface. With Rafe on our team, we are going to find the evidence to clear your name with the jury and the public.

Marlena: Thank you both, for everything.

Carrie: We should get to work.

Rafe: Yes.

John: I don't want to be the cause of any problems between you and Sami.

Rafe: No, trust me, you're not.

John: All right. Then thanks again.

Rafe: My pleasure.

Carrie: I need to go. We'll be in touch soon.

John: All right.

Rafe: All right. See you soon.

Marlena: Welcome aboard.

Rafe: Thank you.

I'm not a terrible person. I wouldn't hack into someone's website. I've been working on my thesis 24/7--I eat, sleep and breathe quantum theory.

Chad: Do you know who I am? Yeah, I figured that. I'm a DiMera. Does that ring any quantum bells? So unless you want my family coming down on you, I suggest you level with us right now.

The police, the DiMeras-- this is too much.

Chad: Yeah.

Okay, I'll tell you what I know. But you have to understand that I'm not the guy you're really looking for.

Chad: Okay, why don't you just start off by telling us.

You've got a lot more to worry about than me. I'm just a pawn in a much bigger game. And a lot more dangerous than you know.

Chad: Why don't you just cut the crap? What the hell's going on?

I think it'll be easier if I show you.

Bo: Every morning... when I wake up next to you, I look forward to the day we're going to spend together. It really doesn't matter what we're doing, you know. Working on a case... hanging out with sierra-- the day is better because I spend it with you. And the happiness I feel, it just--it doesn't diminish. It just gets bigger and bigger. All I have to do is look at you, and my heart is filled with joy. You know, someday, when we're in those rockers, watching our grandchildren play, our great-grandchildren play, I will feel fulfilled... because I couldn't have picked a better partner to spend my life with. Can I put this back on your finger?

Hope: [Sniffles] You said something to me... at our wedding in England, during our vows. And it still stands today. I look into your eyes, and... I see all I need to see. I love you, Brady. I've never--I've never loved another man. And I never will love another man. Thank you... for everything wonderful you brought to my life. Especially our beautiful children. And I'm so grateful. Not just for the--the passion that we share... but for our great friendship. I love you, Beauregard Brady.

Bo: I love you too, fancy face.

[Hope sniffles]

Bo: This might not have the pomp and elegance of our London wedding... but it does have a certain charm, don't you think?

Hope: Yes.

Bo: May I have this dance?

Hope: I thought you'd never ask.

Will: Okay, so what do we got?

Sonny: Let's go in the chat room.

No, let's take a little detour.

Will: What the-- it's the back door to a whole nother website?

Sonny: I can't believe this.

Chad: Who the hell did this?

Will: What is it? Oh, let me guess, um... click on the basketball.

You're good at puzzles.

Chad: Huh, well, looks like a dead end to me, so--

It is a dead end. Unless you know the password.

[Keyboard keys click]

Will: Oh, no.

Rafe: Where should we start?

Carrie: Before we do, I just want to ask you something.

Rafe: What's that?

Carrie: Are you sure Sami's okay with you working on this case?

[Both chuckle]

Rafe: Okay, well, let's consider my options here, shall we? I looked at every legitimate lead in the classifieds. Came up with zilch, and I had my mister mom card revoked today because I nearly burned down the kitchen.

Carrie: Oh-ho, no. Big mess, huh?

[Both laugh]

Rafe: You have no idea. Yeah. So, this way, I have a paycheck coming in, and stay out of the kitchen.

Carrie: It's a good idea.

Rafe: Yeah.

Carrie: Yes. But you--do you know what being on the opposite sides of the case has done with...Austin and me?

Rafe: Yeah. Well, all the more reason that we need to focus on this evidence, and find out exactly what we've missed. That way, we put this case behind us, move on. What?

Carrie: Um, I'm just so happy that you're helping me with this--that we're working together. That's great.

Rafe: Yeah. That's good. Well, listen, tell you, I want to prove that Jon's innocent just as much as you do.

Carrie: Let's get started.

Rafe: Okay.

[Both laugh]

John: Doc.

Marlena: Hmm?

John: You know, when I said earlier that I needed proof to convince the judge, proof to convince the people that... lost all their savings. I also need proof for myself. I need proof that I wasn't the one that stole that money and destroyed their lives.

Marlena: John, I'm so sorry about Sami, and I don't want you to pressure yourself about it. We both know that you're innocent.

John: Yeah, but when your family starts doubting you, you're whole family--

Marlena: I don't care what Austin or Sami think. Sami has issues that cloud her judgment. I know in my heart you would never hurt anybody. And you know that too.

John: Yeah, but--

Marlena: And Rafe is going to get the evidence we need, and Carrie will tell the jury what's happening, and you will be exonerated. And that's the way it's going to be. And I...I've forgot the milk. I'll be right back.

[John groans]

Marlena: John, what is it?

Hope: I hope Victor and Maggie will be as happy as we are.

Bo: Me too.

Hope: Thank you for my special wedding day.

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hope: It's the last thing I ever expected today.

Bo: Yeah. And I wish I could whisk you away on a honeymoon.

Hope: Me too.

Bo: How about a romantic wedding night?

Hope: Mmm, I love the sound of that.

Bo: Okay.

Hope: You're crazy.

Bo: Crazy in love with you.

Will: That's incredible.

Chad: Never seen anything like this before.

Sonny: There's gotta be over 1,000 sporting events, all over the world, to bet on.

Exactly. Your site is now a portal for a multimillion dollar gambling operation.

Chad: Oof!

And the guys running it, trust me... they play for keeps.

Rafe: Well, the phone records and the witness can't both be right. John couldn't have been in two places at the same time. But assuming that this photo was not doctored, then...

Carrie: We must be missing something obvious.

Rafe: Or not so obvious. We need to start at the beginning. We need to go over everything till we figure this out.

John: Cafe in paris. I was there. I remember being there.

Marlena: John, how can you be so sure? We were all over Europe. We've been to dozens of cafes just like--

John: It was that cafe! Blue and white tablecloths. I remember thinking they were Yankee colors.

Marlena: Blue and white tablecloths? What difference could that possibly make?

John: Doc... I've been having these thoughts. Almost subliminal, like I'm remembering something. It's just very--very vague and--and fleeting, like I can't--I can't--I can't grasp, but it's like a déja vu. I never said anything before, because I didn't know what it meant, but-- when I just looked at this picture, it hit me. I have been there.

Marlena: John, maybe the photograph was altered, you know? And even if you were at that cafe at some point, does not mean that you used your phone to transfer funds.

John: You're right. I would never do that. But that robot Stefano created, that John, would do that. So what if Sami's right? What if she's right? What if I am guilty?

Rafe: Just because you are free from being a hostage, doesn't mean you are free.

Jennifer: This is really bad. We're going to be here for a long time. Jack! Jack, are you okay?

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