Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 11/7/11
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Maggie: Oh, come in, come in. Isn't the snow beautiful?
Bo: I'm glad you like it. Ordered it special just for your rehearsal dinner.
Maggie: Oh, thank you. It's like a scene from the Nutcracker Suite.
Bo: Oh, yeah.
Henderson: Were the roads bad?
Bo: Not quite yet, but I hear it's getting pretty intense up north.
Hope: Hey. How are you? Are you good?
Maggie: I really can't believe that tomorrow I'll be Mrs. Victor Kiriakis. I'll have a new husband and maybe a new son.
Hope: I saw Daniel's car outside. How are you two doing?
Maggie: Well, he's really been wonderful tonight-- charming, easygoing. I know this has to be as strange a night for him as it is for me.
Hope: And wonderful. And wonderful.
Hope: Maggie, I want you to be as happy as you deserve to be, and that would be very, very, very, very happy.
Maggie: Okay, stop it, or I'll start crying, and then my makeup gets washed away. Yes. Oh, god.
Bo: Thank you, sir.
Justin: So this could be our first big snowfall of the year.
Bo: I think it is, yeah.
Victor: There she is. I was beginning to think you made a break for it.
Maggie: Oh, I got snowed in. Didn't you hear? You're stuck with me now.
Victor: Rushing things a bit? I thought that was for the reception.
Bo: Are you getting all shy on us now?
Maggie: Whoa! Okay. Mm.
Melanie: She seems happy, huh?
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, she does, indeed.
Melanie: And how are you doing?
Daniel: Me? Oh. You know what, I'm fine. Yeah, don't have a care in the world.
EJ: Salem is a city where all are welcome--grandparents, children, grandchildren, great-grand--great-- really?
[Clears throat] Okay. Okay. Ah, but that will only be possible if we are prepared to work hard and embrace change. We must accept new ideas, roll up our sl-- really? Who wrote this crap? I sound like a used car salesman.
Nicole: I wrote that crap. You know, EJ, it's never a good idea to insult your writers. We have ways of exacting exquisite revenge.
EJ: That's good writing. Right? I mean, why isn't that in any of my scripts?
Nicole: I don't know. Okay, if that's the way you feel, maybe you hired the wrong person. I should go.
EJ: I'm s--Nicole, I'm sorry. Okay, I'm sorry. Look, the last thing I meant to do is just push you away.
Brady: You are still here.
Madison: Your grasp of the obvious is truly remarkable.
Brady: Thank you. The storm is really bad. You might want to get while the getting's good.
Madison: I can't. I sent all my staff home, and I've got a pile of work to finish, snow or no snow.
Brady: I don't think it's the snow. I think it has something to do with you being a workaholic.
Madison: You know, I think we have that in common, Brady.
Brady: You're right. We do have that in common. Um... listen, I-I've been doing my best at trying to respect the fact that you want to keep everything autonomous in the office.
Madison: You better be.
Brady: But I was wondering if we could make any small exceptions such as... shared working dinner. I was gonna order some food. I was wondering if you would like to by any chance--
Madison: Sold. I'm starving.
Brady: All right. Great.
Both: Do you like Thai food?
Brady: Looks like we have something else in common.
[Rapid winding sound]
Jennifer: Come on, Jack. Are you giving up on that already?
Jack: It has to work. We have to know when the storm will be over so we can get the car out.
Jennifer: Are you kidding me? It's worse. There's ice on top of the snow now. We're not getting out of here.
Jennifer: No service.
Jack: We have to be able to get out.
Jennifer: Yeah, tell me about it, Jack. Aunt Maggie's wedding is tomorrow. I can't miss that. And we are here--we're trapped.
[Hyperventilates] No, we have to get out of here!
Jennifer: What are you doing? Jack, what are you doing? We can't get out of here. What are you doing?
Jack: I can't stay in here. I can't stay in here. I have to get out. I have to get out. I have to get out. I have to get out.
Bo: You have to leap--
Maggie: That's it. That's it.
Melanie: You know, it's got to be hard laughing and joking around when really the whole time you're just wondering, "is the woman on the other side of the room my biological mother or not?"
Daniel: Okay, you know what, sweetie, I'm fine.
Melanie: You're fine?
Melanie: You keep saying that, but I don't think he needs any more champagne.
Daniel: You know what, I will have something stronger.
Melanie: Something stro-- really? Stronger?
Daniel: Yes, I will.
Melanie: Okay, that's--
Maggie: Hi. Maybe you and I could have a little talk.
Jennifer: Jack. Jack. Jack. Look at me. Look at me. Talk to me. Talk to me and tell me what's wrong. Jack.
Jack: [Yells] Get away from me!
[ Female announcer ]
From the moment we arrive...
Jennifer: Jack. Look at me. Jack. Listen to me, all right? Listen to me. Whatever you think this is... whatever you think this is, you're gonna be okay. All right? Just tell me. Tell me where you think you are. Tell me.
Jack: I'M...in a hole. I'm in the hole. I got to get out. I'm trapped and I can't get out.
EJ: Okay, I tell you what, I will stop talking to myself like an idiot if you stop listening in doorways like a sneak.
Nicole: It's the only way I know how to get the truth out of you.
EJ: Look, I'm telling you the truth. All right? I don't want to push you away. I'm sorry for what I said.
Nicole: I'm not. Look, you know, if you don't-- if you don't like what I wrote, you just have to tell me. Okay, you know what, maybe I should go and give it a--
EJ: Nicole, most likely it was my delivery, darling. Most likely it was, okay? Look, why don't we just put this issue on the backburner for the time being? Please stay. I need you.
Nicole: You need me?
EJ: Yeah. I mean, I have a huge amount of interviews next week, and I could really do with somebody to prep them with me. A few of them are bound to be fairly contentious, and, as I recall, when you and I disagreed...
Nicole: Ha, when has that ever happened?
EJ: [Laughs] You were a very worthy adversary.
EJ: You know, sometimes I miss our little contretemps.
Nicole: You mean our conversations with the flying plates?
EJ: I mean our conversations with the flying plates. Oh, speaking of plates, are you hungry? I'll get some dinner while we work.
EJ: You know what we could do here if you like. We could sit down in front of the fireplace. I know you used to like that.
Nicole: Yeah, yeah, it's great, but... I don't know, EJ. I mean, the roads, they're gonna get pretty bad, and, look, I can drive in snow, but I don't do ice.
EJ: Ah, well, then we will just have to eat fast, won't we?
Madison: Is that wine?
Brady: I have a choice to offer you. I have merlot or I have merlot.
Madison: Actually, I prefer merlot.
Brady: Good, 'cause that's all I got.
Madison: What, do you have ESP or something? How did you know I was sitting here, dreaming about red wine?
Brady: Because, during snowstorms, everyone thinks about red wine and fires and that kind of thing. By the way, I'm fresh out of fires, though, so don't ask for that.
Madison: Well, it looks really bad out there. I guess you don't have ESP, or else we wouldn't have ended up in this position, would we?
Brady: I never claimed to have esp. But if I did, I certainly would have avoided a lot of awkward moments with you lately.
Madison: Oh, you mean that little talk we had about my company's autonomy within titan.
Brady: Mm, I think talk is a bit of a euphemism.
Madison: Okay, look... now that we're alone, I feel comfortable telling you you had some really good ideas.
Brady: Wow. You could have fooled me.
Madison: I'm sorry. It's just I'm used to doing things my own way. And I have a very specific vision for my company. I'm not willing to compromise that.
Brady: Oh, I can definitely see that.
Madison: Guess that's why I've never really had a partner. It's probably why I wouldn't be comfortable with one.
Brady: Just to confirm, are we still talking professionally?
Maggie: Daniel, mm, I think there was an elephant in the corner of the room in there. And I'm not the kind of person that can pretend that she doesn't see the elephant.
Daniel: Yes, yes, I already know that about you.
Maggie: I'm sorry. This must be a very difficult time for you.
Daniel: Okay, you know what, Maggie, really, and I mean this sincerely, I am so happy for you and Victor, I am, I am, but d-- please don't let this--this situation and my reaction to it ruin your night, 'cause it's your night. It really is. I'm--you know me, fine. In fact, I'm really fine. So--
Maggie: Well, thank you for trying. I appreciate it. Daniel, not talking about this doesn't make the elephant go away.
Daniel: Right. Okay. Look, this situation here, it really--it sort of upended what I believed about two people I love, who I in fact still love. Very much. Just--
Maggie: You do know, don't you, that I'm not trying to take anyone's place? I mean, I know you. And that makes me know your parents were wonderful people.
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, well, you didn't always have these warm feelings toward me, so...
Maggie: Okay. But, see, people who don't make mistakes are boring. But people who learn from their mistakes are worth knowing. Daniel, I hope, I really hope, that we don't lose the friendship that we have over this. I mean, if this--if this turns out to be true, then I want you to know that the ball is in your court. So... we can take this or not just as far as you're comfortable taking it.
Daniel: Yeah, thank you.
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Today...is the day
Madison: What other way to talk is there besides professionally, Brady? Do you think the delivery guy is lost or something? It was a while ago that you called.
Brady: I'll call again. Hi, this is Brady black. I was checking up on my food order, please. What? You're kidding me. Oh. All right. Well, thank you. Have a good night.
Brady: The roads are closed. There will be no deliveries tonight.
Madison: Looks like we're stuck here.
Nicole: So you don't think the voters are gonna be worried about putting a morally bankrupt DiMera in charge of their legal system, their educational system?
EJ: Wait a second. Umm... morally bankrupt?
EJ: That's harsh. Umm...okay. I am not running for a legislative position where decisions about right and wrong are made. I am running to be mayor, which is an executive position and one that requires A... non-sentimental, pragmatic person to make sure that the funds are available for the legal and the education system. And furthermore, look into my history with DiMera enterprises. Nobody who invested in my company ever lost money, thank you.
EJ: What do you think?
Nicole: Hey, that's great. I mean, I know you're a rat and I still want to vote for you.
EJ: Well, I pay you to say that, so...
Nicole: Well, maybe you're wasting your money. Just kidding actually. No, I think you're more than ready for these interviews.
EJ: I wish it was you on the other side of the camera. I mean, we just, you know-- we spar so well together. You really bring out the best in me, you know that? Oh! We're out of champagne. I'll go grab another bottle.
Nicole: Oh, wait a minute. Whoa, whoa, whoa. You're getting it yourself? What, are you trying to prove to me you're some average Joe?
EJ: No. Father and Kate are out of town. And I sent the staff home before the roads got bad. I wanted to make sure everybody made it okay.
Nicole: Everyone but me.
Nicole: I don't believe this. This is all a setup. Now you think you have me exactly where you want me.
Justin: Just got off the phone with sonny. It's still really nasty out there. He said that he and Adrienne aren't sure they're gonna make it after all.
Bo: I talked to Doug earlier. Same thing with him.
Victor: Damn it. I wanted everything to go perfect for her tonight.
Justin: I guess we have to tell her.
Victor: No, not yet. Let her have her moment with Melanie.
Melanie: Oh, wow. This is so beautiful.
Maggie: Happy, happy birthday, darling. I think it'll look beautiful with your dress tomorrow.
Melanie: Mm. You didn't have to do this. You have so many things you're supposed to be worried about already.
Maggie: Do you really think that I would ever forget your birthday? Can I tell you something? No matter what the results are, it doesn't matter. I couldn't love you anymore than I do.
Melanie: I feel the same way. Can I have another birthday present?
Melanie: Can I call you grandma?
Maggie: Now that's your present to me.
Jennifer: I need you to listen to me, okay? I need you to listen to me. You are not in a prison. All right, listen to me. You are not in Afghanistan. You're with me, Jennifer. We're together the way we used to be, remember? Hey, do you remember the last time that we were in a cabin together? Do you remember? You delivered our baby, Jack. You were my hero. Remember, you sang her--you sang her the sweetest lullaby, Jack. Please try to remember, Jack. Please. You were so happy, truly. You were truly happy. Please just try to feel that, okay? Do you remember the lullaby that you sang? Do you remember it? Hush, little baby don't say a word mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird and if that mockingbird don't sing mama's gonna buy you a diamond ring yeah, what, Jack? What? Do you remember, Jack? Come on!
Jack: Where are we?
Jennifer: We're--we're together. That's where we are, Jack.
Jack: It was like I was there.
Jennifer: I know. I know.
Jack: I was there. I was in the cave. I was in the hole. And I--it was... the smell. And the cold... and the heat sears in my head. And my heart. And my soul.
Jennifer: I know.
Jack: I was there. I was right back there. It was so real.
Jennifer: You're not there now.
Jack: It was so real.
Jennifer: No, this is real. This is what's real. Okay? Just the two of us, this is what's real.
Daniel: Uh, hey, Jen, it's me. You know, just checking in with you about the wedding tomorrow to see if we're still on or off or, you know, I don't know. So, well, I hope you're having a, you know, okay time anyway. Okay. Thank you. You know me well.
Victor: No, thank you. Listen, I know this is a big adjustment for you, Daniel.
Daniel: I love Maggie.
Daniel: What, oh, you? You know, you--you're all right. I don't know. Look, Victor, are you sure that my parents never said anything about, you know--
Victor: Daniel, as I told you, when Bo and hope told me what they found out, it's the first I heard anything about that.
Daniel: Okay, well, I know. I mean, I know that, but just, you know, maybe one of their friends, someone you had a conversation with--
Victor: Again, Daniel, I haven't heard anything from anyone.
Daniel: Okay. Oh, yeah, sure, that's cool. I just--Maggie and Melanie, they seem pretty happy about it, right?
Victor: Well, that doesn't mean that you have to be.
Victor: I mean, this is quite an adjustment.
Daniel: Yeah, you can say that again.
Victor: Look, if Maggie is your mother and it turns out that you develop a new, deeper relationship, if your parents are watching down over you, and I think they are, they're not gonna feel betrayed. They're gonna feel joy.
Madison: Oh, my goodness. That's quite a haul you got there.
Madison: So do you really carry around that much change, or...?
Brady: All right, don't tell anybody, okay, but I actually didn't use coins. I took a crowbar, and I broke into my own vending machine.
Madison: Are you telling me you're putting me in a position of receiving stolen snack foods?
Brady: You know what, I think we're gonna get away with it, so don't worry.
Madison: What if I turn on you and turn you in?
Brady: I own the company. They can't fire me.
Madison: There goes my plan to blackmail you.
Brady: Blackmail? You're gonna fit in so well into this town, you have no idea. Okay, ma'am, would you like... potato chips for an appetizer? That might be nice.
Madison: Yes, I think they would go very nice with a nice merlot. Don't call me ma'am.
[Laughs] Oh, stop--you're gonna--hey. You're gonna break a nail. Let the man do that.
Brady: Heck, Madison, I can't even open it either. There we go.
Madison: That was really funny. Okay. I like this one. Do you want to try it?
Brady: Thank you.
Madison: You're welcome.
EJ: I certainly did not set this up.
Nicole: Save your sincerity for your voting public. Okay, I know how you operate.
EJ: Oh, really, did I schedule the storm?
Nicole: You knew about it.
EJ: Did I? And what's the big problem with staying here, hmm? You know exactly how many bedrooms we have. Believe me, sweetheart, I'm sure your virtue will be quite safe.
Nicole: Oh, I'm safe because I have your word for it? More than anyone in this world, EJ, I know what your word means.
EJ: I know what this is. Oh, yeah. You don't trust yourself to be alone with me.
Nicole: Don't even joke about it.
EJ: Come on, it's funny. Oh, look, okay, fine, listen, I'm sorry. We get on wonderfully. All right? I really enjoy your company. And I absolutely depend on you. The last thing I want to do is screw... things up.
EJ: Look, okay, if you want to go home, I'll find a way to get you home, all right? Get you a Zamboni if I need to.
Nicole: Oh, god. You know what, fine. All right. It would be a shame to waste a wonderful dinner.
EJ: That's my girl. That's my wonderfully empowered, brilliant, smart, strong, successful pr...
Nicole: Okay, okay, that's-- that's good. Thank you.
EJ: Good. Now where were we?
Nicole: Wow. As if on cue. Who wants some holiday tunage?
Again, a travel advisory is in effect for the entire state. Salem has been particularly hard hit. The streets are icy and very dangerous.
EJ: [Clears throat] Well, looks like you're gonna need that Zamboni.
Nicole: Oh, yeah? How are you gonna call out for it? There's no phone service anywhere.
EJ: I was gonna volunteer you to go up to the roof with a couple of semaphore flags.
EJ: You're cold?
Nicole: Yes. I hate being cold.
EJ: Mm. You didn't seem to like being hot either as I recall from the last time--
Nicole: Okay, I hate blackouts in general.
EJ: All right. I'll see what I can do.
Nicole: Where are you going?
EJ: We have some generators that are attached to the household grid. I'll see if I can get them working. Would not want you to be uncomfortable.
Nicole: Well, hurry back.
EJ: I will.
Madison: I still don't have an internet connection.
Brady: [Clears throat] Internet connection? Wait, try this, try this, hold on.
Madison: No. Hey, no, no. Stop, Brady.
Brady: Wait a minute, stop it. You have big Lebowski wallpaper?
Madison: Do you have a problem with that?
Brady: You mean beyond pacifism?
Madison: I found a fan. Yes!
Brady: Come on, it's the best love story between a man and his rug ever. We have a lot in common. You understand that?
Madison: I have to tell you something. It's more than my favorite movie. The big Lebowski is like-- it's like a relationship test for me. I don't think I could ever be serious about a man who didn't love this movie as much as I love this movie.
Brady: Mm, I guess I passed then.
Madison: Okay, well, I think I should keep looking for the internet service and make sure that we get that. Mm.
Brady: Yeah, you keep doing that. I'm gonna go find a radio.
Madison: Okay. Hey, Brady.
Madison: I like your style, dude.
Brady: Yeah, I got the whole cowboy thing going on.
Madison: [Laughs] Yeah, you do.
Jack: I learned not to let them see anything. No emotion. If they could see you're scared... they came back, and it got worse. They--it was worse. I hate you seeing me like that.
Jennifer: No. No. It's okay. It's okay.
Jack: Mm. I just don't know what triggered it.
Jennifer: I don't know. I was talking about us being trapped. Maybe that's what did it.
Jack: All of a sudden I was-- I was back there. And they were there. And they were coming at me.
Jennifer: You're not there now. You're here with me, and you're safe.
Jack: No, we're not safe. We're trapped. We're trapped.
Jennifer: Yes, you are. You're safe. You are safe with me. You're safe. You're safe.
[ Sue ] Wow!
Maggie: So I feel better that Daniel and I talked. I mean, you know me, I like to have everything out on the table.
Victor: Yes, I do know that about you.
Maggie: Victor, can I ask you something?
Maggie: Tomorrow, when we get married, I just want to make sure that there are no secrets between us. I mean, I think--I hope that I have been completely open with you. So now I want to give you a chance to tell me anything that you might have felt you had to hold back. I mean, I won't judge you, I promise. But, like I said, I just want to make sure that everything is out on the table.
Brady: Could not find a radio. Ooh, I like that, though.
Madison: Yeah, that's my "stuck in the snow" playlist. There is nothing to be done for us. I have decided that I am just gonna have to sit here and just wait, which, for the record, I don't like.
Brady: Yeah, me too.
Madison: [Clears throat] What? What are you laughing about?
Brady: No, I was just thinking to myself that, if this were a movie, this would be the part where the two people who were stranded, nothing to do, that's when all the secrets start spilling out.
Madison: Yeah, except I don't have any secrets. I'M... you know, just your normal, average, everyday life.
Brady: You know, Madison, I don't think that running your own company that you started from scratch is everyday or normal at all.
Madison: I didn't really have a choice about that, you know. See, I was the oldest of four kids, and...
Brady: And what? Tell me.
Madison: I had to take charge early on. And then when I was... like, 12 years old, my father took off with some stripper that he met, and-- the son of a bitch. He took everything we had with him, so my mom had to work two jobs, you know... to take care of us. So, at 12, I was taking care of three younger kids.
Brady: I'm sorry.
Madison: Oh, it's-- you know, it's fine. It was good for a while. It worked, you know, till my mom got sick and then-- on the official death certificate, it said that she died of cancer, but I always thought that it was being abandoned like that. You know? Working like a dog for her kids. And wondering why she was never good enough for my father. So, when she was dying, I just made a promise to myself that I would never be anyone's victim. I wasn't gonna end up like that. And here you are. See? Normal, average, everyday life.
EJ: Okay. Good news, bad news. Bad news--couldn't get the generators working. Good news--we have gas. So I was able to make you some hot chocolate.
Nicole: You put marshmallows in it.
EJ: I did.
Nicole: And those little chocolate shavings.
EJ: Yup. That's how you like it, right?
Nicole: That's exactly how I like it.
Nicole: Okay, what's going on here?
EJ: What do you mean? You were cold, I just got you a hot chocolate. Here.
Nicole: How do you know how I like my cocoa?
EJ: Nicole, we've been in a relationship for the better part of three years.
Nicole: I know that, EJ. I just never thought you were actually...
Both: Paying attention.
EJ: Of course I was paying attention. Do you really think that I didn't care about you? Really?
Nicole: EJ, you have proved you don't care over and over and over again. You know what, I'm not--I'm not doing this. I'm not doing this.
EJ: You--you're not doing what?
Nicole: You know what, EJ. This.
EJ: I don't know. My sister's new boyfriend told her that he thinks
Victor: You got me.
Maggie: [Gasps] So you do have something to tell me.
Victor: Yes, I have a secret. And I will not only tell you but I will announce it to the whole world. I love you more than life itself.
Maggie: [Sighs] So you said.
Victor: Oh, so it's not a secret. Still I think it bears repeating.
Maggie: [Laughs] [Sighs]
Henderson: I just heard on the radio, sir, there have been rolling blackouts throughout the city, street closures, and they say it's going to get worse.
Victor: Well, I guess we're gonna have some houseguests. Get rooms ready for everyone. I'll crack open another bottle of champagne.
Maggie: Well, thank goodness Doug and Julie decided not to risk it.
Hope: Hey, sweetheart, it's mommy. Yes.
Justin: No, I'm sorry you and sonny aren't here. The champagne is flowing.
[Cell phone rings]
Melanie: Looks like we're the only ones who don't have to make a phone call.
Melanie: Really? What? What?
Maggie: It's true. I knew it. I knew it was true.
Madison: I'm so antsy. I can't stand this.
Brady: Well, I know how we can work off the energy.
Madison: Oh, I bet you do.
Brady: I do. I do. They say--they say, "if you don't have to work, then dance."
Madison: Who says that?
Brady: I don't know. Somebody said that.
Madison: No, I'm a horrible dancer.
Brady: Madison, all we got-- look, we got--we got wine. We have candy.
Madison: Wine that you spilled all over me, thank you very much.
Brady: I didn't mean to do that, by the way, but we have no work. There's nothing productive to do, so we might as well. Just dance with me.
Oh, this moment
Brady: Come on.
Brady: Yeah, really. Come on. Give me your hand.
Madison: I'm a little tipsy.
Brady: Come here, it's okay.
Madison: Ooh, what is this?
Brady: I got you. I don't know, but I like it.
Madison: Okay. Should I lead or--
Brady: No, I'm gonna lead. [Laughter] This is not business. It's just dancing.
Madison: Okay. Professional dancing.
Against the trees that bend and blow the wind tries to whisper what I already know you're dark and beautiful like December rain December rain December rain
Nicole: I have been so, so, so clear. I signed on to run your publicity, and that's it.
EJ: All right, it seems to me you're making quite enough out of a cup of cocoa.
Nicole: Do you think this happens in a vacuum? Do you think you get to make a gesture like that and it doesn't mean anything? So what do we do, EJ? We just pretend that everything with Taylor never happened? Do we pretend that you never blackmailed me so that I'd marry you so I could be with Sydney? Pretend that you let me fall in love with you when you didn't love me back?
EJ: Right, well, that's it. You figured me out. I set up this whole thing. I arranged the blizzard. I called up the power company, and I said, "please, let's have a blackout." I could point out that you came around here uninvited, but I'm sure you'd find some way to say that that was all part of my grand manipulation.
Nicole: I don't know. EJ, I wouldn't put it past you.
EJ: That's not even what's bothering you.
Nicole: Then what is bothering me?
EJ: The fact that you've been here for hours and I haven't done this.
Jennifer: I'm sorry. I am so sorry for everything that you went through. I can't even imagine how horrible--how horrible it must have been, Jack. And I didn't trust you when you said you wanted to change, and I was wrong. You fought like hell to get back to us... to our family, to our life. I was so afraid, Jack. I was afraid to tell you that I really missed you. But you needed to know that. You need to know that. [Sniffs] And you need to know... that I will always love you and that you are in my heart. You are in my heart forever.
Maggie: Well, it may not be the wedding I planned, but, as long as I'm marrying you, I couldn't ask for anything more.
Victor: Maggie must never learn our secret.
Maggie: Do you think I should cancel or not?
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