Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 11/23/11
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Victor: Why are we doing this again? The mansion has a perfectly good gourmet kitchen. It has a chef and a staff capable of making thanksgiving dinner magically appear. We should be choosing menus, not chopping things.
Maggie: Well, I gave your staff today and tomorrow off. Cooking thanksgiving dinner isn't supposed to be a chore that you delegate. It's an act of love that you share with your family and friends.
Victor: Point taken, but why aren't we doing it over at the mansion?
Maggie: Uh, well, I hate that beast of a stove that you have.
Victor: That's the best money can buy.
Maggie: Okay. Victor, I know to the very last minute how long it takes my pies to bake to have the perfect crust.
Victor: So this is about browning and flaking?
Maggie: Mm, okay, I admit it. I'm attached to my kitchen. I wanted a memory of making thanksgiving dinner for you, my irritable new husband, and Melanie, my sweet new granddaughter, and Daniel, my fine new son.
[Daniel and Melanie laugh]
Victor: All right. Make room for grumpy.
[Maggie and Melanie laugh]
Daniel: Oh, jeez.
Melanie: Come on.
Victor: No wonder I love you. You always get it right. I'm a better man because of you.
Maggie: Why, thank you. But you still have to help.
Victor: Must be losing my touch.
Maggie: Out to the car, and help me get the rest of the groceries.
Victor: There's more?
Maggie: Yes, there's more.
Daniel: Get out there.
Melanie: You have no idea. There's a lot of bags out there. At least they filled the car with it. So are you okay with all of this?
Daniel: Yeah. You know, I'm glad to be getting to know Maggie better, spend some time with all of you. But, you know...
Melanie: [Clears throat] But you are thinking about Jennifer.
Daniel: Yeah, and I'm guessing now that Jack's back, Jen and Abigail are gonna spend the day with him. Yeah, I was such an idiot to tell Jen that I needed a break from us, so I'm guessing that I all but handed Jack the family that I wanted us to have.
Abigail: Okay, so what goes in next?
Lexie: Well, Caroline wants the hot food to go in last so it's on top. Theo's idea.
Jennifer: Oh, brilliant.
Abe: Yeah, what about the cranberry sauce?
Jennifer: Wait, they aren't in here already?
Jennifer: Excuse me. Um, sorry to interrupt--
Jennifer: Your phone call.
Jack: No, no, I'm here. I'm ready to go right now.
Jennifer: Yeah, listen. If you don't want to be here, that's fine.
Jack: No, no, no, no. I am all over this. I love it. Cranberries. I'm on it. I'll be right back.
Abigail: Oh, sorry. It's just, this box--
Austin: No, it's okay. I've got it.
Abigail: Austin. Hey, what are you doing here?
Austin: Well, Carrie's busy with John's sentencing hearing, so I thought I'd come down and help.
Austin: That's a nice hat.
Abigail: Oh, I, um--
Abigail: I didn't realize that I had it until I got home, so thank you for letting me borrow it.
Austin: No, no, no. Here, you keep it.
Austin: Yeah, it looks a lot better on you than it does on me.
Abigail: Oh. Well, thanks.
Austin: So, how can I help?
Abigail: Well, let's see. Uh, that definitely is gonna take two people so, um, do you think that Carrie will be by later to help or--?
Austin: I doubt it. I think the hearing's gonna take a while.
Abigail: Oh. Hmm, that's too bad.
Marlena: Dry cleaners for John Black.
John: [Grunts] That's what I call a service.
Marlena: I got your service.
Carrie: You'll need to shower and change soon. It's just about time. I'll leave you two alone.
Stefano: Well, well. [Laughs] [Sighs] I am as delighted to see you as I am surprised. I thought all the Salem police force was supposed to be around John Black in case there are some, uh, you know, killers out there.
Hope: Well, Abe's made sure that John will be safe, but I'm not here to talk about John Black.
Stefano: You've come to invite Katherine and I for thanksgiving dinner. Is Bo gonna deep-fry the turkey this year?
Hope: I came to ask about this. Look familiar?
Stefano: Hmm. Hmm. Well. Ha! That's heavier than it looks.
Hope: Or heavier than you remember. It's been a while since you've seen it, hasn't it?
Stefano: Has it?
Hope: Now, what I'd like to know is why you gave it to my grandmother.
Stefano: Hmm. Where did you find this?
Hope: My grandmother's attic, along with other items of interest.
Stefano: I would be very curious to know what those other items are.
Hope: I was counting on it.
Melanie: I guess I just don't understand why you would just leave Abigail's mom. I mean, you made it that much easier for Jack to get her back.
Daniel: I don't know. Maybe that's what's supposed to happen.
Melanie: That's not what's supposed to happen, dad. You guys are so good together.
Daniel: Okay, all right. That's it. Enough about your pops.
Melanie: What? I--
Daniel: Yeah, no, what? What about you? Yeah, how's your life now that Dario's just, psht, gone.
Melanie: We're not--you're not gonna change the situ--nothing's--wha--have you heard--why, have you heard something?
Daniel: What? No. What? No. Nothing, nothing. No, just curious. Dad's curious--
Melanie: Yeah, mm-hmm.
Daniel: If, you know, if you met someone.
Melanie: I haven't met-- that's silly. I'm too busy to meet people.
Daniel: Really, you? You're too busy to just meet people?
Daniel: I kind of find that hard to believe.
Melanie: That's not-- that's not... uh, I-I-I may have met someone. There's--I have a crush on him, but nothing's gonna come from it.
Daniel: Really? Why not?
Melanie: I don't want to tell you.
Jennifer: Oh, this is great. Thank you.
Abe: All right. Thank you, thank you. [Laughs] All right. Mmm.
Lexie: [Laughs] Oh, honey.
Abigail: Oh, hey there.
Chad: Uh, where can I put these?
Abigail: Uh, here, I'll take them. Oh, okay.
Jennifer: Stop staring at Chad and Abig--
Jennifer: Stop staring at Chad and Abigail.
Jack: Right. Right, I will, but just for the record, if I was Myles Standish and you were prudence goodwife and our daughter was named virtue, I would make sure that she stopped hanging out with a hormonal troublemaker.
Jennifer: Hormonal what?
Jack: Troublemaker. The troublemaker clan. They came over on the mayflower with all the rest of those puritans and, well, you know what I mean.
Jennifer: I have no idea what you're talking about.
Jack: It's historical fact.
Jennifer: Obviously, you don't have enough to do, so come with me and take your buns.
John: I want to thank you once again for everything you've done for me.
Carrie: I just wish you'd gone to trial.
John: No point in evading that anymore. This will all be over soon enough, and then you can back to your life with Austin.
Marlena: I know that defending John has, uh, put some stress on your marriage. I hope it's nothing that can't be fixed.
Carrie: Every relationship is tested sooner or later. You either make it or you don't. Austin and I are fine.
Marlena: I'm glad, because a good marriage--a great marriage--is to be cherished.
Carrie: I'm gonna go over my speech one more time. I'll see you in the judge's chambers.
Marlena: Thanks, honey.
Marlena: I hope the judge is lenient.
John: Well, if anyone can convince people with words, it's Carrie. You need to be realistic. I don't want you to get your hopes up just to be disappointed.
Marlena: Don't you know this short time away from you has been an eternity for me? I can't bear the thought of it being much longer.
John: We're just gonna take it one day at a time.
[Daniel and Melanie laugh]
Maggie: [Clears throat] Could you look any more miserable?
Victor: Give me a minute. Let me see.
Maggie: [Laughs] Making thanksgiving dinner is supposed to be fun, not an act of contrition.
Victor: Breaking bread into little pieces? Parker could be doing this.
Maggie: Oh, okay. So you want to feel like you're making a bigger contribution to the meal. Okay, have at it, spud. [Laughs] [Kiss] [Laughs]
Austin: So, Jack, who do you like in the turkey day matchup, the cowboys or the dolphins?
Jack: Oh, cowboys by a Texas mile.
Austin: Is that so?
Jack: Oh, that is so so.
Austin: Well, how'd you like to have a friendly wager of five big ones? That's right, Jack. $5.00 that says the dolphins destroy the cowboys as long as you give me the ten points.
Jack: Deal, sucker.
Austin: What about you, Chad? You want in on any of this action?
Chad: Yeah--no, I--yeah-- I-I-I don't gamble, you know, even if it is legal. I-I-I don't, you know--
Jack: Oh, lighten up. Austin didn't accuse you of getting your hands dirty, even if you do come by it honestly-- as a DiMera, that is.
Jack: Oh, sorry. More packing, less talking.
Jennifer: Uh, I'm sorry to say the camera crew is gonna be late getting here.
Abe: Oh, that's fine. It's no big deal. We do this every year. I mean, that's hardly newsworthy.
Jennifer: I know, but Abe, you are up for reelection this year. We need as much positive publicity as we can get. I mean, especially since EJ is playing prince valiant, protecting the people of Salem from the pension-plundering John Black.
Abe: I wonder how the--the hearing's going.
Lexie: Well, I'm sure Marlena will call when there's any news.
Abe: I hope it's good news, 'cause John needs a thanksgiving miracle.
Marlena: It's perfect. You look--you-- I can't believe that you're leaving here to go to prison. I can't even believe it.
John: No, just stop it, stop it.
Marlena: What am I gonna do without you, John? You--
John: You know, you're a lot stronger than you give yourself credit for.
Marlena: I'm not, I'm not.
John: Yes, you are, and I need you to be. Just look at it this way. Every day we're apart is one day closer to being back together. Now, our love has gotten us this far and by god, it's gonna get us through this too.
Hope: The items I found in the attic, along with that paperweight, you were curious what they were.
Stefano: Well, I'm more inquisitive than curious.
Hope: You're dying to know.
Stefano: And you're dying to tell me.
Hope: I know you gave my grandmother that paperweight.
Stefano: I don't remember telling you that.
Hope: If there's no connection between you and my grandmother, then why are you avoiding my questions? Hiding something else? Gorgeous! Her smile is amazing.
Abigail: You know what? Hey, Austin, can you help me with these?
Abigail: Because Chad has something that he needs to do.
Chad: [Groans] [Clears throat] I, um, really care about your daughter, you know?
Jack: Yeah, so she and Jennifer tell me.
Chad: Okay, I get it. I'm a DiMera, and I get that's a problem for you. It was a problem for me too when I found out I was Stefano's son.
Jack: I'll bet.
Chad: You know, I've been working really hard to be my own person, make my own way, but some people can't get over my last name, Jack.
Jack: Yeah, I know I'm not alone in that.
Chad: Look, I swear that I'm not gonna be like the rest of my family, okay? That I will treat your daughter like the amazing person she is, okay?
Jack: For my daughter's sake, I'm going to broaden my thinking about you dating. Just try to keep the, uh, massages out of the living room.
Chad: [Laughs] Okay, deal.
Jack: And you remember, giving your word and keeping it are two very different things. [Sighs] Don't take as long to learn that as I did. You'll save yourself a lot of grief.
[Cell phone rings]
Jennifer: So, then, when the camera crew gets here, let's just do this. Let's make sure we get you putting this in the box.
Abe: Okay, all right. Yeah, that sounds good. That sounds like a good idea. I'm gonna put this in here, right here, and then napkins.
Maggie: [Laughs] Perfect. Well, my legacy of a flaky pie crust lives on.
Daniel: No pressure there, huh, Mel?
Melanie and Maggie: Ow.
Maggie: Now listen, there is just one more part to Alice's secret. Uh, we have to refrigerate the pie for about an hour before we bake it because that way, then the crust gets cold and it doesn't brown.
Melanie: Well, thank you for trusting me with your recipe.
Maggie: Oh, you know, I trust that you'll guard it with your life just as I have.
Victor: Oh, brother.
Maggie: I heard that. I heard that.
Melanie: [Laughs] And thank you for letting me know what it's like to cook with my grandmother and be a part of this amazing family.
Daniel: Well, I second that. Incoming. Come on, coming through here. Yes, indeed. I second that.
Maggie: Oh, I never dreamed I'd have a new son and a new granddaughter to help me share my holiday cooking. This is the best. It's the best ever.
Daniel: Well, you know, it's been a long time since I had a holiday with a family, and this is, um--ooh, what is that wonderful smell? What are you--? Oh, it has been years. [Inhales] Ooh, homemade cranberry relish with orange zest. And this is the exact same way my mom used to make it.
Maggie: I wanted to make something special for you, Daniel. Victor found one of your mother's cookbooks and, lo and behold, that recipe was marked "Danny's favorite."
Daniel: That's--that's incredible. I mean, why, you--you are incredible. You, come here.
Stefano: Really, my dear, grilling me about an old paperweight is really a waste of your time and mine.
Hope: Not when you won't answer my questions.
Stefano: Has John Black been sentenced yet?
Hope: You know he's innocent.
Stefano: You know, if I remember correctly, John and Marlena lived in Switzerland when that money disappeared. Maybe that's where he stashed it.
Hope: You mean, in a Swiss bank account?
Stefano: Excuse me, I have things I have to do.
Hope: I'm not leaving until you answer my questions. Did you or did you not give my grandmother that paperweight?
Stefano: Yes, I did give Alice that paperweight.
Carrie: Leniency would also help every person who lost their savings or pension money.
Judge Weston: How so, ms. Reed?
Carrie: The sooner he's released, the sooner Mr. Black can work to recover the lost billions and repay everyone who was affected, and that, your honor, would be justice for all.
Judge Weston: I'll take your request for leniency into consideration, ms. Reed.
Carrie: Thank you, your honor.
Judge Weston: Mr. Black, have you anything to say?
John: No, your honor.
Carrie: Judge Weston, could we have a small recess while I speak with my client?
Judge Weston: Very well. I'll be back in ten minutes to hear if Mr. Black has anything to say or not, and then I will make my ruling.
Maggie: I wish I could have thanked Lillian for giving you such a happy childhood and a loving home. She must have been a remarkable woman to have raised such a remarkable son.
Daniel: Yeah, well, you know, I just wonder why she never told me the truth.
Maggie: Lillian loved you very much. She was probably trying to protect you.
Daniel: I mean, protect me from what?
Victor: Lillian was the proudest and the happiest mother that I ever knew. She, uh, she never wanted to hurt you, Daniel. You know that.
Daniel: Whoa, this smells-- you think I could just have a little, like, a little taste?
Maggie: Oh, in--in--in--in a few minutes.
Daniel: Okay. Oh, your myasthenia gravis, uh, acting up again?
Maggie: Uh, no. No, um, I was just massaging my hands from kneading all that pie dough. Daniel, the medicine you've put me on is working just fine.
Daniel: Okay. Well, that's one more thing we need to be grateful for, then, right?
Maggie: Daniel, about the mg, I-I think, now that we know we're related, that you and Melanie, you should be tested for it.
Hope: I know you did.
Stefano: [Laughs] You are determined and relentless. Now, those are both qualities that I truly admire. Now, look, if you ever get tired of the police force, I'm sure I can find a job for you somewhere in my organization.
Hope: When hell freezes over, Stefano.
Stefano: Well, one never knows what the future has in store.
Hope: Why did you give my grandmother the paperweight? And what does the inscription mean?
Stefano: Ah, look, when I said to you that I gave Alice the paperweight, all right, what I meant to say was, my company would send them out as gifts years ago. Your grandmother must have done something charitable.
Hope: So what you're saying is that you don't remember giving it to her yourself?
Stefano: Well, I delegate, you know, mailing in my company, I mean, among other things.
Hope: Hmm. The phoenix, the phoenix would not be on a corporate thank you gift, nor would the inscription "to Alice, a symbol of our bond."
Stefano: Tomorrow is thanksgiving, hmm? Should you not be at home, helping Bo with the stuffing--
Hope: Okay, you don't want to tell me the truth, that's fine. I'll find out on my own. But is that really what you want?
Jennifer: Oh, Abe, this was good. We got some good footage.
Abe: Oh, packing food for the cameras felt like I was exploiting the homeless for my own political gain.
Jennifer: No, Abe, that's-- that's not true. Look, you did what you always do. It just happened to be in front of cameras for the voters to see on the local news. That's okay.
Lexie: Honey, she's got a point.
Jennifer: Excuse me. One second.
Lexie: Okay. Want some coffee?
Jack: No, I appreciate the lead, I really do, and I'm absolutely interested in following up on it. I will, I will. I'll get right back to you. Thank you.
Jennifer: Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me?
Jack: Oh, Jennifer!
Jennifer: You're gonna do this to me and Abigail again?
Jack: Do what? What have I done?
Jennifer: I just heard you on the phone. You just accepted another assignment.
Jack: No, no, no. It's not what you think.
Jennifer: Were--were you gonna tell us? Were you gonna tell us or just disappear again, Jack?
Jack: Jennifer, it's not what you think.
Jack: Jennifer, I can explain.
Jennifer: You know, I thought you were serious when you said that you wanted to change the way that you act, how you treat people that you claim to love, but I was wrong. You didn't get help, Jack. You just jumped onto the next assignment.
Jack: That's not true.
Jennifer: How could I ever trust that you would really want to commit to some humdrum life with me and Abigail? Your career has always meant more to you, always, than we have.
Abigail: What did dad do now, mom?
Jennifer: Oh, oh, he's off on another story, right? When are you leaving, Jack?
Jack: It's not what your mother thinks. Yes, I have been offered another assignment, but--
Jack: It's to teach journalism at Salem university.
Abigail: Are you serious?
Austin: That's great, Jack.
Jack: Yeah, it is. Uh, I-I-I-I wouldn't take it unless I talked to you first, but if I do take it, it means that I have to stay here in Salem for, say, the rest of my life.
Jennifer: Oh, uh, Jack.
Abigail: Really, dad?
Jack: Uh, look, I'm just-- you know, like I said, I'm just trying to start over, and this time, I want to do it right.
Daniel: Oh, you're right, yeah. Myasthenia gravis can have a hereditary component. Unlikely, but--
Melanie: We should get tested, just to make sure.
Daniel: Okay, to put everyone's mind at ease, but let's not, you know, make too much of it, all right?
Maggie: I'm sorry I brought this up. I didn't mean to--to be a downer on today of all days.
Melanie: You're not.
Daniel: Oh, stop.
Maggie: I tell you what. We'll try to straighten up here, and you two go-- [Laughs]
Daniel: Good luck.
Maggie: And get the thanksgiving china. Um, it's down in the basement in boxes and--oh, and please don't laugh--I tried to draw a turkey on them. Mmnh.
Melanie: Oh, I know what she's talking about.
Daniel: With the hand?
Melanie: Yeah, the little hand turkey.
Maggie: I know. I'm not good.
Melanie: I wonder if she knows what a turkey looks like.
[Daniel and Melanie laugh]
Daniel: You have flour all over your face.
Victor: You're worried.
Maggie: Yeah, I am. I've lived very well with mg, but I wouldn't want to wish this disease on anyone else. My son is a surgeon. He needs his hands and his eyes to save lives.
Victor: You heard Daniel. Very unlikely. [Sighs] Don't worry about what might be. Focus on what is. You're married. You have a wonderful new son and granddaughter to celebrate thanksgiving with. Count your blessings, my love. Don't go looking for trouble.
Maggie: Thank you.
Stefano: I love your fire and passion, hope. I always have.
Hope: Thank you.
Hope: Now stop stalling.
Stefano: [Laughs] Are you always so blunt with your friends?
Hope: We're not friends, Stefano.
Stefano: Yes, but we are survivors, you and I, huh? No? Ah, okay. [Sighs] You're alive today, thanks to me.
Hope: I never would have been locked up in that castle turret with you in the first place if it weren't for you, but you know what? If you want to walk down memory lane, let's--let's talk about my grandmother.
Stefano: No, I'd rather not.
Hope: All right, fine. I'll get my answers without you.
Stefano: Instead of asking me questions about Alice, maybe you should, uh, question yourself.
Hope: What do you mean?
Stefano: You were so close to your grandmother, hope. If she and I had such a bond for so many years, why did she go to her grave without telling you?
Carrie: You have to say something in your defense. Keeping quiet makes you look guilty, and that could get you a longer prison sentence.
Marlena: Carrie's right. This is no time to be stoic.
John: I'm afraid anything that I say will ring hollow. I mean, how can I ask for mercy after I've already pleaded guilty to crimes that I don't even remember committing?
Marlena: John, that's all the more reason.
John: The victims want their pound of flesh. The sooner they get it, the safer my family will be.
Marlena: We're not--
Judge Weston: So, ms. Reed, does your client wish to make a statement?
John: Thank you, judge Weston. There is nothing I would like to say.
Judge Weston: As you wish. The court will now render its decision in the matter of the people versus John Black.
Victor: What's Jennifer doing for thanksgiving?
Daniel: Hell if I know. Well, the short version is, I saw her kissing Jack, and my kneejerk reaction was to tell her to break it off. She agreed, and now I'm wondering if I made a mistake.
Victor: You love Jennifer?
Daniel: I do.
Victor: Well, then, go after her, man. Don't let Jack get the advantage. All is fair in love and war.
Melanie: Found it.
Victor: Oh, crisis averted.
Daniel: Don't break that.
Maggie: [Laughs] Okay, less sarcasm, more slicing. Oh!
Maggie: Darling, I'm so proud of you. They are perfect!
Victor: You know, I can't remember the last time I saw the staff slicing potatoes let alone did any myself, and I think the company and you, my darling bride, are responsible for my unusually good mood.
Maggie: Well, that settles it. I'm gonna give you a potato slicer for Christmas.
[Maggie and Victor laugh]
Daniel: You know, I've decided to fight for Jennifer. I've got to believe that we can be that happy one day.
Abigail: So, you'd be teaching classes on the same campus where I'd be going to school?
Jack: Well, if that's a problem, I can certainly go find something else.
Jennifer: Look, sweetie, the campus is big. It's getting bigger every day.
Austin: I noticed that the campus got bigger too when I went for my interview.
Abigail: What? Excuse me?
Austin: Well, I didn't want to say anything because I didn't know how long Carrie and I were gonna stay in Salem, but I was offered a job creating and teaching a course in forensic accounting.
Jennifer: What? That is great, Austin.
Abigail: That's a great idea. I'd love--you should totally take that.
Jennifer: Uh, excuse me. Could I have a moment with your dad just for a second?
Abigail: Oh, yeah, sure. Here, let's go.
Jack: See you on campus.
Jack: [Laughs] [Sighs]
Jennifer: I apologize. I jumped to conclusions right there.
Jack: You hate the idea, do you?
Jennifer: No, no. I mean, thank you for asking, but I don't hate it. I don't hate the idea at all. Under one condition.
Jack: Yes, yes. I'm gonna go get therapy just like I promised you.
Jennifer: No, no, that's it. I don't want you to do this to please me. I want you to do this for you, and--and so that you can get help.
Jack: I will, I will. That's--that's another reason I'm sticking around here-- to fix myself and fix all the relationships with all the people I've hurt along the way.
Jennifer: Good. Well, if miracles came with thanksgiving, I think I just got mine.
Hope: Then it's true. There was a bond between you and my grandmother.
Stefano: You were very close. She loved you.
Hope: And I loved her more than you'll ever know.
Stefano: Well, she had a special quality about her and, uh, she was a virtuous woman, loved by all. That's the way you remember her. That's the way you knew her.
Hope: Because it's true.
Stefano: [Laughs] But it's also true that if she hid things in the dark corners of her attic, it must have meant that she didn't want anyone to find them, including you.
Hope: What are you suggesting?
Stefano: Forget you ever found that paperweight. Alice would have wanted that.
Hope: How do you know?
Stefano: Well, I know because if she wanted you to know, she would have told you. Look, let the secrets of the dead stay with the dead in peace.
Judge Weston: Although you chose not to speak on your behalf, others have. I received letters from your family and friends. Even mayor carver wrote the court to ask for leniency in your case. I've taken his request into consideration. I also received letters from union leaders, government officials, and countless individuals who blame you for robbing them of their pensions, investments, and life savings. You used your position of trust, your reputation as a fine, upstanding man, to plunder billions from unsuspecting clients. Not only have you destroyed their lives, you've robbed them of hope itself.
Carrie: Judge Weston--
Judge Weston: I'm speaking! At no time since your indictment have you shown true remorse. Your actions are reprehensible. So, in order to send a clear message to all those are entrusted with other people's money, I hereby sentence you, John Black, to serving twice the time in prison that the prosecution has requested.
Carrie: Your honor, please!
Judge Weston: John black will served 50 years in prison without the possibility of parole. [Bangs gavel]
Marlena: No, this can't be.
Carrie: Your honor, 50 years amounts to a life sentence.
Judge Weston: I know. [Bangs gavel]
Hope: My grandmother was nothing like you, Stefano. She didn't have deep, dark secrets.
Stefano: I'm not disputing that. I mean, sometimes good people can make bad choices, do you understand? I mean, choices that put them in very strange places. I mean, you, of all people, you should-- [Laughs] Be able to recognize that.
Hope: We're not talking about my past. We're talking about Gran, and you're trying to make it sound like she led a double life, and she didn't.
Stefano: This is my point-- that when you learn about other people's secrets, sometimes you learn things that you really do not want to know-- their weaknesses, their mistakes, and the price that they've paid to be human. And the price that they've paid to be human.
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