Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 11/28/11
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Jack: I don't know, I thought the allure of online shopping was so that you would not have to get up at 4:00 a.m. to get a treasure box trove chest thing.
Abigail: Treasure box chest.
Jack: Chest, right.
Abigail: Dad, the important thing is that we did it. JJ's gonna be so stoked.
Jack: I know I'm stoked. I am so glad we did it.
Abigail: [Laughs] You know I wish JJ was here for thanksgiving.
Jack: Yeah, me too.
Abigail: But even without him it was still a great day.
Jack: Yes, it was.
[Cell phone rings]
Jack: Oh. Oh. Oh. Hey. Hey, that is great.
Abigail: What? What is it?
Jack: Abigail... this is only the best news ever.
Will: Here you go.
Chad: Cheers, buddy. Thank you.
Sonny: You okay, man?
Will: Yeah, I'm fine.
Sonny: You must have had a great thanksgiving. You know, a lot to celebrate with Johnny being home.
Will: Yes, I did. Uh, thank you for all your help, both of you, for looking for him, by the way.
Chad: Yeah, well...
Sonny: It's the least we could do.
Will: All right, what do we got here? I want to make sure the security on our site is 100%.
Chad: It is. Sonny and I ran the different firewalls over and over and everything looks--
Sonny: Looks airtight so now we're ready to move on to phase two of our business plan.
Will: Pitch to other universities.
Chad: That's right. As long as we're secure, I think we should, uh, jump on that. What do you think?
Sonny: No, I agree, 'cause you know how fast good ideas get scooped up.
Chad: Yeah, we just can't afford to lose anymore time or money on some loser hacker screwing things up for us. And you know what? Thank god we were able to keep this thing on the D.L., Right?
Sonny: Well, absolutely, 'cause no one would go into business with us if they knew we had a vulnerability like that.
Chad: True, true.
Sonny: You know? But we did get rid of it early.
Will: That's what saved us. It's a good thing we found that link to the gambling site when we did.
Quinn: Uh, Meryl, you should keep these brochures stocked at the front desk, and you should offer one to every customer when they check out, all right?
Meryl: Sure, Mr. Hudson.
Quinn: Great, and you should try to up-sell the product based on what each service provider recommends. After a massage, a facial, a--
Madison: Snow job? Really? Have you even tried this stuff?
Quinn: Of course I have.
Madison: Oh, is that right? I see you're not wearing countess W's line of men's cologne, 'cause apparently you have better taste than that. Seriously? [Sniffs] Ah, this stuff could choke a horse. That's the quality of product you want to offer to your public? Really? Really?
Kate: Is that all you have, Madison? Oh, and you should pick out some countess Wilhelmina foundation to cover up that green as envy skin tone of yours.
Marlena: Don't you do that. Don't you walk away from me! Listen to me. We have survived so much. Separation, sickness, Stefano's craziness, and by god, we will survive this.
John: Aren't you sick and tired of living your life like this because of me?
Marlena: This was not your fault.
John: And you're so sure because--?
Marlena: Because I know you.
John: And we both know that my memory is shot. I'm having these flashes. Who's to say I wasn't in that cafe in paris?
Marlena: You were set up.
John: You've seen the prosecution's case.
Marlena: Carrie doesn't buy it, and neither does Rafe.
John: Carrie works for me now. And now her job is to enter a guilty plea. You know how much I love you for believing in me. That love has rescued me so many times. But now I am the one who is gonna be doing the rescuing. If this were just me, yeah, I would stay here and I would fight. But my family's in the crosshairs now... and I'm not gonna put them on the line while I sit there day after day for god knows how long in this trial and still wind up being guilty.
John: Don't. Stop. I know what I have to do.
Brady: Dad. How you doing?
John: Better now that you're here. Thanks for coming, son.
Brady: I'm so sorry about this. I can't believe the judge didn't give you a better decision when you decided to plead guilty.
John: There were no guarantees going in. I knew that.
Brady: Are they really moving you to federal prison so soon?
John: It seems so. For quite a while. For good, actually.
Brady: This is crazy.
John: I did this for my family. It was a choiceless choice, son.
Brady: I get it. I understand. But I'll tell you, dad, I, uh... I admire the hell out of you for that.
John: Thank you.
Brady: No, really, I... I admire you.
John: My family means everything to me.
Brady: I know that. I'm really beginning to understand that.
Madison: Green, Kate? I really don't know what it is you think I have to be jealous about, especially judging by the poor quality of the products. Mr. Hudson, no offense, has chosen to use in his day spa.
Kate: Well, I suppose if you're used to distributing your products in dollar stores, you would be ill at ease here in this upscale day spa that features countess Wilhelmina as its signature line.
Madison: Clearly you know the needs of the new market in the town square, and a wellness and beauty center is a fabulous addition. You should have done your homework about the products, though.
Meryl: Mr. Hudson, I have Clive on line one with an emergency.
Quinn: If you'll both excuse me.
Madison: Have a good afternoon. I have meetings, Kate.
Kate: Going door to door to trash my products?
Madison: You know, it must be so busy in your head with all the little stories you make up.
Kate: You know, on the other hand, if I knew the competition had had a meeting with Joel Finnerman about distribution, I might press the panic button myself.
Madison: You had a meeting with Joel Finnerman?
Kate: Yes, I did.
Kate: The other day. Were you too busy to notice?
Madison: Was I too busy? Your husband's grandson was missing, Kate. I was helping them search for him. Is that when you used the time to try to steal a deal out from underneath me?
Kate: Try? No, no, I succeeded. I did steal it from you.
Madison: When Johnny was missing.
Kate: No, after he was found. I'm a multitasker.
Madison: You're a monster.
Brady: I know a lot of people thought that you pleading guilty was a mistake, but I get why you did it. I wanted you to know that that did not go unnoticed by me.
John: Thank you, kid.
Brady: I'm just--I'm just sorry. I'm sorry for a lot of things. I'm sorry you got the sentence you got. I'm sorry that it took this happening for me to understand how much we all mean to you, dad. I'm sorry.
John: No, I'm sorry, Brady. You know, there was time with you when you got out of rehab that I missed out on. I guess I was a little busy trying to put myself back together too.
Brady: That was Stefano's doing, not yours.
John: The end result's the same. We lost that time, and we'll never get it back. And now I'm going to a place where I'm going to have a lot of time to think about that. It's what I want. What I'm hoping for is that even while I'm gone we can somehow work on trying to better ourselves as father and son to each other. I want to work on that if you will.
Abigail: All right, dad, you got me. What's the best news ever?
Jack: Before I tell you, you have to promise me you won't get mad at me.
Abigail: Okay, dad, what'd you do?
Jack: I didn't do anything. You did it. You wrote an article for the college newspaper about college sports and GPAs.
Abigail: Yeah, and--?
Jack: It was beautifully written, well constructed, uh, professional caliber.
Abigail: What? Oh, no.
Jack: And, let's be honest, it brought plenty of traffic to the college website which your friends are working on.
Abigail: Dad, what did you do?
Jack: I entered your article in a journalism contest.
Abigail: You what? When? When did you do this?
Jack: When you weren't talking to me. When you were so mad.
Abigail: Oh, my gosh.
Jack: Look, I'm your father, and I have the right to be proud of you. And, yes, I took a chance in submitting it without asking you first, but--
Jack: Okay, tell me. How do you feel about it now? Are you upset with me?
Abigail: Uh, no, I guess not. I mean, I was--I was happy with that article too, and I'M... I guess I'm just glad you liked it.
Jack: I'm not the only one who liked it. You won. Abigail, you won!
Chad: Okay, I think we target within our radius first, starting with the university of Illinois and then moving on to Chicago. What do you guys think?
Sonny: No, I like it. It'll give us a foothold in the Midwest market.
Will: Hey, we have a problem.
Chad: Oh, boy.
Sonny: Wait, what is it?
Will: A post on one of the message boards.
Sonny: Where have I seen that user name before?
Chad: Slamdunk32. Wait, what is he saying?
Will: He's bragging about the outcome of next week's football game.
Sonny: So what does that mean?
Will: It means that he knows. He's not a fan, he's a better.
Sonny: Oh, get out of here.
Chad: He's got a football icon next to his--
Sonny: Here, just click on it. And he's got his own homepage.
Chad: With point spreads?
Sonny: Oh, my...
Will: He has 3,000 followers.
Sonny: Wait, is that the basketball icon? The one that took us to an illegal gambling site before we got rid of it.
Chad: Okay, hold on. All right, just click on it.
Will: Holy crap.
Chad: Wow, takes us right back to the home page of the online gambling website. That's just perfect. That's great.
Will: How did he get--how did he get through our firewalls? I honestly don't know how to undo this.
Chad: You know, this is even worse than before, because those spreads, they're probably based on actual game fixing.
Sonny: What, and that's why it's hidden in code?
Chad: It's online gambling. Illegally, underneath the cover of a legit site.
Sonny: So then what do we do?
Will: There's nothing we can do.
Kate: Business is business, Madison, and if you had been in it longer with more success, you would know that.
Madison: People play dirty when they're threatened. This reeks of insecurity and desperation.
Kate: Really? This is from the woman who's reduced to visiting local merchants to disparage the competition's displays?
Madison: Oh, come on. You used your own family's pain to make a power play for your business. That's not only gross, but you are... god, you're more despicable than Sami said.
Quinn: Sorry about that. I was half expecting to see one or both of you with your eyes clawed out by now.
Madison: Why extend the energy? This is my business card. When countess w starts tanking, please feel free to give me a call.
Quinn: We won't be using your products here any time soon. But thanks for the interest.
Abigail: I won?
Jack: You won.
Abigail: I won!
Jack: You won!
Abigail: Oh! I won!
Jack: You won.
Abigail: Oh, my gosh, I can't believe this. I mean, I liked my story, but I just figured in a month or so I'd hate it. I never would have had the guts to submit it to a journalism contest.
Jack: Well, I never would have if I didn't believe in it. But that's one thing I've still got is my editorial judgment.
Abigail: Thanks, dad.
Jack: It is my pleasure. My pleasure.
Abigail: So what do I win? Like, a trophy or an award or certificate or something?
Jack: No, I think there's an award ceremony involved here, so, uh, I was hoping maybe you would have me along with you. Can I go with you? Would that be all right?
Abigail: Uh, let me think about it. Yes, of course you can go with me. You're the whole reason I'm gonna be there.
Jack: Great. I'll be there.
Abigail: Oh, my gosh. I so have to tell sonny and Chad and will about this. I mean, my piece ran on their website, and they could really use this to publicize their site.
Jack: That's a great idea.
Abigail: Yeah. Will you be mad if I run and find them?
Jack: No! No, you go, girl!
Abigail: This is so exciting.
Jack: Hey, next stop, Pulitzer ceremony. We'll both be there.
Abigail: Thanks, daddy.
Jack: Thank you.
Abigail: [Laughs] Hey, dad, um, you know, maybe you'll start writing again. Now that you're teaching and everything.
Jack: Oh, no, no, I wouldn't want to get in your way.
Jack: Any time. Roman. Roman, hey, this is Jack Deveraux. Yeah, yeah, listen, hey, I got to ask you a huge favor.
Chad: I don't want to give up on the website, you guys.
Sonny: Well, I don't want to give up on it either, but someone's sabotaging us. So I think that we should fight him.
Will: How are we supposed to do that? We don't know how they did this. And I took care of what I thought was the problem in the first place and tried to prevent any more shots they could take at us, but I didn't even see this coming.
Chad: Okay, let's just calm down, okay? What if we outsource one of those forensic computer companies, get in there like that and clean it out and start over new?
Will: We can't afford those, and they never guarantee their work. Plus, I mean, at this point I wouldn't be surprised if the bug I found was a Trojan horse.
Sonny: What does that mean?
Will: It means they knew I would find it, and they deep coded it so that when I did it would trigger a bigger and more wide-ranging--
Chad: Okay, come on, how do we know this for sure? Come on.
Sonny: We don't know it for sure. That's what he's trying to say, is every time we remove one of these portals, a new one's being opened up.
Chad: I just--I just have no idea how to handle this anymore. I give up, man.
Abigail: Okay, you guys. I have great news, and it is so good for your site too. Who died?
Madison: Pretty short-sighted, Mr. Hudson.
Quinn: I'm sorry if that was abrupt, but so far sales have been strong.
Kate: Well, of course they have. We're homegrown. Salemites are loyal.
Madison: Yeah, well, they will all become more familiar with Mad World, and when they do, they're gonna make the switch.
Quinn: My beauty consultant does like your product.
Madison: Thank you. See? There you go. That's good.
Quinn: But we also think highly of countess w, and we want to support a local business.
Madison: I work with titan. They're not local enough for you?
Kate: Madison... you're not titan.
Madison: Was I speaking to you, Kate?
Kate: You are another acquisition by a multinational conglomerate. And you know something? The public is tired of this big business. They want to see the home team win.
Madison: You really should have been in politics. You know that? You're so good at saying whatever you need to say, even if it totally contradicts what you said last time and is false.
Kate: What? Really? I mean, I run this company. I live here in Salem.
Madison: Uh-huh, and your company is just as global as mine is.
Kate: My daughter started this company here in Salem, and she populated the board with Horton's and Bradys. You, my dear, are cherry-picking your team, and it's falling apart. And if you don't believe me, then just ask Joel Finnerman, because he is in complete agreement.
Madison: Karma exists for a reason.
Kate: Ah, yes, and you must have done something very, very bad at one time, because your karma sucks.
Quinn: [Clears throat]
Kate: Now that was fun.
Quinn: Well, I give her credit, not every woman can go head to head with you. But as I said, uh, my consultants do like her product line. Maybe I should research it some more.
Kate: That would be a very big mistake.
Quinn: Is that an opinion or a threat?
Kate: It's both.
Brady: I have always regretted us not being close. Always. And I want what you want. I do.
John: Well, then we got ourselves a deal, kid.
Brady: Yeah, we do. Hey, do you remember when I first got out of high school and I was working at basic black with you, and we were getting along so great--
John: Oh, man, you know, I always wondered how far we could have gone with that company until your grandfather shanghaied you into working for titan.
Brady: That still gets to you, doesn't it?
John: Ah, not like it used to, but, you know, your mother Isabella and I, we created that company for you. So I understand why you made the switch. I know it was important to Victor, and... you know, in retrospect, I'm pretty grateful. 'Cause it would have killed me if these issues that I'm dealing with right now impacted you in any way, shape, or form. Now I am gonna have to ask you for one last favor.
John: Look after Marlena. I know the two of you haven't always been close--
Brady: Dad, dad. Absolutely. I'll make that promise to you. Thought I--thought I had more time.
Officer: Sorry, time's up.
Brady: Time's up.
John: I love you, son. And I'm so damn proud of the man that you have become.
Brady: I love you too. I love you too.
John: You be careful. Get out of here. [Breathing heavily]
Officer: You're popular today.
Jack: Hey. I, uh, hope you don't mind me seeing you.
John: No, not at all. A little surprised, though.
Jack: Yeah, yeah, well, um, I talked to roman, and he said he could get me in here to see you.
John: Ah. You have something you want to say to me?
Jack: Yes, actually I--I, uh, I have something I want to ask you. You see, um... I'm back in Salem to stay.
John: That's a statement, not a question. But I'll answer it. I'm happy for you.
Jack: Yes, thank you. Um... I'm back in Salem to stay, and I am gonna be working at the university, teaching a course in journalism.
John: Oh, well, you know what? The kids are lucky to have someone with so much field experience.
Jack: Right, well, actually I was hoping that experience would help influence you a little.
John: You know, Jack, I've always had a hard time following you.
Jack: Right, uh, listen. I, um... uh... I got to publish for the university. I mean, I got to publish a lot. And I got ideas in desks that I can't even tell you about, but the fact is, the best stories are the ones that are closest to home.
John: Ah, you want to write about me!
Jack: Yes, I want to write about you. I want to do an in-depth piece. I want to get as much time with you, do as many interviews as the prison will allow. Right? Let me help you tell your story. Right? Adjudicate it in print, so to speak.
John: Wow, I appreciate that. I really do.
Jack: Great, so you're interested.
John: Not a chance.
Abigail: Seriously, you guys, what's going on here?
Chad: Um, actually, you know, we're just, uh, we're talking computer code. It could make anyone look dead, it's so boring. Right, guys?
Abigail: You sure?
Chad: Yeah. Uh, yeah, we're sure it's boring. What about you? You came in here all pumped up about something. What's going on?
Sonny: About the website.
Chad: The website.
Abigail: Yeah, well, um, you know the article that I wrote for your website? Well, my dad submitted it to this journalism competition, and it won.
Chad: Are you serious? It won?
Abigail: Yes! Isn't that crazy? Can you believe it?
Chad: Of course, I can believe it. You totally deserve it.
Sonny: Yeah, congrats--that's awesome.
Abigail: So I was thinking that maybe you guys could use the publicity that I could get for your site. I mean, the whole reason that I wrote it was because of you guys anyway.
Chad: Yeah, the thing is-- you know, we're really proud of you, but we just, um, we just can't have any attention on the site right now, you know? We just can't--can't do that, so it's...
Kate: Just so we're clear. Consider this fair warning. You and I have a deal. You don't want to renege on that. Not now, not in the future.
Quinn: I know who I'm in bed with, Kate.
Kate: Really? Because the last time that we were figuratively in bed together, you didn't hold up your end of the deal. Do I need to remind you about that?
Quinn: That was you trying to force my hand. This is me choosing to do legitimate business with you.
Kate: Okay, just so that's clear.
Quinn: Would you like a private tour of the spa?
Kate: Sure, why not? That way I can find out what I hijacked from Madison James.
Madison: Joel, you're an honest man. This is not even about whether Kate's products are good or bad. Mine are great, and I don't cut corners and play loose and fast with the truth. I know--I was out of commission for maybe 12 hours. But I had a real serious crisis. There was a personal issue... I know that it's business. I know that. But Kate DiMera is making this a dirty business. Okay. Okay. If you change your mind, please call me. [Sighs] Aah!
Brady: Hey! Whoa! Next time I'll knock. With my friends, we'll do almost anything.
Abigail: Okay, you guys have totally lost me. Why wouldn't you want attention for your site? Doesn't it go by, like, eyeballs or hits or whatever? I mean, this is free press for a great site. I don't get it.
Chad: Which would be awesome, but we're hitting a wall of technical glitches right now, right guys? Guys, help me out.
Sonny: Yeah, we have a lot of bugs.
Chad: There's bugs. There's...
Abigail: Bugs. Okay, well, that sucks.
Sonny: It does, you know? We're trying to fix it so we can really launch the site wide.
Will: Yeah, and make the best first impression possible.
Abigail: All right, well, I guess when it's free and clear of the bugs or whatever, um, you let me know, and I will try and get you on the coattails of this thing.
Chad: Sweet, sounds good.
Abigail: Okay, I'm gonna go call my mom and tell her about this trophy.
Chad: Okay, I'm really proud of you, all right?
Abigail: Guys, see you later.
Chad: Uh, we're definitely gonna get publicity off this thing whether we like it or not.
Sonny: So what should we do?
Chad: Well, people are fixing games and making spreads available directly off our site. There's only one thing we can do.
Will: Shut it down. Now.
Quinn: Beautiful, right?
Kate: Very nice. Good choice of music.
Quinn: And you recognize the scent?
Kate: Of course I do. Those are our plant-based essential oils.
Quinn: And all countess w product.
Kate: Very seductive.
Quinn: That's the goal.
Kate: You know, given your past employment, I hope I'm not going to have to hear about "happy endings."
Quinn: Not even a little funny, Kate.
Quinn: No, massage and full body skin treatments will be handled by a very skilled group of technicians... that I personally vetted.
Kate: How reassuring.
Quinn: Look, this place is a legitimate business, and will remain such as long as I'm running it.
Quinn: But, you know, I bounced around a lot of ideas before I landed on day spa. I have an extensive background in martial arts and physiotherapy.
Kate: Wow, I had no idea. You are such a renaissance man.
Quinn: This place is the perfect marriage of all the things I know and want to share. A wellness center just seemed to make the most sense. You know, if your hands are dry, we have some moisture lotions out front.
Quinn: Right, but, uh, this isn't for me.
Kate: Then who's it for? What? What on earth are you doing?
Quinn: Ooh, you are very tense.
Kate: I am not tense. Ooh... that does feel good. You're good at this.
Quinn: Thank you. It's a real pleasure to work on you.
Kate: Are you hitting on me?
Brady: Uh, I'm not sure if it's in the correct order, but there's your file back.
Madison: Thank you, Brady. I really didn't know you were about to walk in through the door.
Brady: Obviously not. What's wrong with you?
Madison: Well, take a guess. That witch, Kate DiMera.
Brady: Uh-huh. What'd she do now?
Madison: Do you remember the Finnerman distribution deal I was working on right before Johnny went missing?
Brady: Finner--uh, Finnerman. Yes, I do, why?
Madison: When my guard was down for half a day, Kate stole the deal.
Brady: She stole the deal. Johnny is, like, a family member of hers, and she took the time and stole the deal. That's great.
Madison: I didn't believe it almost at first, until I just got off the phone with Joel and he confirmed it. Look, this happens in business all the time and I know that, but you know what I really don't like? I really don't like losing business to Kate DiMera and countess w because she's homegrown Salem and I'm not.
Brady: Madison... it's about the product, okay? Once this town sees your product and they see her product, they won't care about who's local. It'll be about your product, right?
Madison: It's easier said than done.
Brady: You have a strong hold in every city where you have a corporate presence, Madison, okay? That's cache, too, you know?
Madison: I have new headquarters here too, Brady, and you know what? This isn't paris. This is not London. This is not Moscow. It's Salem. And so far I'm in Kate DiMera's shadow. I really don't like the view.
Brady: You shouldn't. It's not a good view. What's your next play?
Madison: My play? Simple. Leave.
Jack: I know you're reticent, John, but just hear me out.
John: You know, you're a great reporter, Jack. You're fair, you're honest, but there's one thing you can't do. You can't change public perception of me. I pleaded guilty. There is no story.
Jack: I know damn well there's more story.
John: How do you know that?
Jack: 'Cause I know you. There's no way in hell that you would cheat some little old lady out of her pension plan and her money.
John: Jack, someone took a shot at me. Johnny went missing, everybody thought the worst. No, what's done is done. Everybody is safe now as long as I'm behind bars doing time for something they think I did.
Jack: You had to plead guilty.
Jack: All right. But you have another side to your story, don't you? And that side of the story could change the minds and the perceptions of the people who don't really know you. If you let me help you tell it. You tell me and I'll tell the people.
Jack: I don't mean to hard-sell you, John.
John: Ah, like hell you don't, Jack. All right. [Clears throat] I'm not gonna agree to anything. I'm not gonna make any promises.
John: But I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll talk to doc and the family. And if they have a problem with it, I don't do it. If I don't think they're protected, I don't do it.
Jack: Of course!
John: If this reflects badly on Brady or titan, I don't do it.
Jack: Wait a minute. How could your interview reflect badly on Brady?
John: Titan's shareholder's association, Brady, titan.
John: Crooked father. I'm not gonna tarnish his reputation just because mine's ruined.
Jack: Let me tell your story. To your family and everybody else. John, I'm telling you, if I had told my story, my whole story upfront to my family... then when everything fell apart and I couldn't reach out to them, they would have known where I was.
John: That's interesting. So how's that working out for you now? Being out of Afghanistan?
Jack: Oh, I mean, it's great. I mean, there are days, and then, uh... sometimes there's days that, you know, it's not so much.
Jack: You know, don't you? Yeah, uh... you know, I was just in this cabin, stuck with Jennifer. I mean, way up in the mountains during that snow storm. It should have been great. We were gonna be there overnight. And, uh, I had--I guess it's an episode, you call it. And... it wasn't really pretty. I, uh... I mean, Jennifer was great, but I... I fell apart.
John: You need to talk to someone.
Jack: Yeah, that's what Jennifer told me.
John: Well, I'm married to a shrink. I go there. I know a thing or two about this, Jack. And you got to deal with it. You got to look at it. Because if you don't... it's never going away.
Chad: Okay, I don't see what other options we have. We've got to shut it down, okay? We can't shake down this loser behind this, all right? So--and even if we did, we're tainted. Appearance is everything.
Will: Not to mention what would happen if the authorities got wind of our involvement at this point.
Sonny: No, you're right. I mean, both of you are right. I don't want the authorities anywhere near this, all right? Even though we didn't do anything wrong.
Will: I know, we tried like hell to do everything right.
Sonny: I just want this to go away.
Will: I know.
Sonny: There's got to be a way around this.
Will: Okay, well, we could I mean, I could talk to Rafe or my granddad and his contacts with the police. We can go to the university, try to explain to them...
Chad: Then the names Kiriakis and DiMera get linked to it? That's great.
Will: Yeah, okay. Yeah, you're right.
Sonny: The guys behind this are pros, okay? We're all smart here, but let's just face it, we're in over our heads.
Chad: Well, we had a really good idea.
Sonny: We're gonna have more good ideas, all right? Without this garbage being attached to it.
Will: Yeah, I think the three of us could do something more together.
Chad: Okay, so we either cut our losses and do nothing... or cut our losses and move together as a team. It's up to you guys.
Kate: [Laughs] You were hitting on me, weren't you?
Quinn: You're a very beautiful woman.
Kate: What is this, 1970? Are you warren Beatty?
Quinn: Give me your hand.
Kate: Wha--? What are you doing?
Quinn: Are you enjoying your complimentary hand massage or not?
Kate: That's not the point.
Quinn: It's entirely the point. And, don't worry, I'm not the line-crosser you apparently take me for, Kate.
Kate: Just so I'm clear.
Kate: Women like me very rarely take a step backwards down the food chain.
Quinn: Is there anything else I can do for Mrs. DiMera today?
Kate: As a matter of fact, there is.
Brady: Madison, you're not going to leave Salem, okay? I will not sign off on that.
Madison: Brady, don't try to pull rank with me. I run and control my company.
Brady: Yes, you do. And titan is in control of the big picture, and all headquarters of all titan subsidiaries are based in Salem. That's the way I like it, and that's done.
Madison: Well, it's time for you to make an exception, because I'm gone.
Brady: No exceptions will be made. You will stay.
Madison: You can't stop me.
Brady: Madison, if you walk through that door, I'll hold you in breach.
Madison: You wouldn't dare.
Brady: Try me. I will remove you from the company that you started. Is that what you want?
Jack: Ah, look, I know. I know--I know I should talk to somebody. I told Jennifer that. I'm not in denial here. It's just me and therapy... ah...
John: Yeah, I know. My shrink lives with me.
John: Or did. Suffice to say, it does help.
Jack: Yeah. I'm sure it does. It just-- you know, I've tried therapy before and, you know, it didn't go so good.
John: Well, what if you increase your odds? Try getting a therapist that's the best around. Like Marlena.
Jack: [Sighs] Yeah, I just... look, she's a good friend.
John: And I'm her husband and we're still married.
John: Jack, you owe it to yourself and to your family to try. If you don't, you will never get past what has happened to you.
Chad: All right, so are we all on board? We find a new venture, we go in on it together? Huh? Huh? Huh?
Will: I'm in.
Chad: All right, let's do this.
Sonny: How can I say no?
Chad: All right.
Will: Sweet, okay, I'll call the web host, have them pull the site from the server.
Chad: Thank you, William.
Chad: Look, I know this is hard.
Sonny: No, you know what? We'll make it right. I'm gonna call the advertisers, I'm gonna sell them on my new, non-existing great idea we have, and I'll just tell the university that--I don't know, I'll make something up.
Chad: All right, sweet. Mm.
Abigail: Sonny looked like he was on a mission.
Chad: Uh, well, we are.
Abigail: Did you find a solution to your problem?
Chad: Um, I think we did.
Quinn: So what is it I can do for you, then?
Kate: You can keep an eye on Madison James for me. You can make nice with all of those retailers who might carry her products, and encourage them not to do so. After today she's going to realize that she needs a foothold here. You're going to make sure she doesn't do that.
Quinn: That's it?
Kate: Isn't that enough?
Quinn: Your wish is my command, Mrs. DiMera.
Madison: You'd have me removed from my own company?
Brady: You keep reminding me of my contractual obligations. This is just contractual. I can do it.
Madison: It's below the belt. Why would you do that?
Brady: Why? Because you're tougher than this. Because we're running a business. So, what, Kate DiMera bruised your ego a little bit with one of her one-liners? So what? Look, I'll run this company for you if you need me to.
Brady: Are you really intimidated by one woman? One woman who happens to be a snake? Madison, from day one you've been selling yourself on the fact that you are savvy and that you are in control and you can get things done. I'm asking you to prove it. Put your money where your mouth is and prove it. And, by the way, I didn't want to work with you because you're beautiful. You are beautiful. I wanted to work with you because you're smart. Because you're tough. And because I believed in what you could do.
Madison: Well, maybe you shouldn't have.
Brady: Why are you so ready to bolt? What the hell are you afraid of?
Madison: I'm sorry.
EJ: If Rafe were to find out what you did, your marriage should be over.
Will: I know what goes on. I see things that other people don't. I have a good reason to be angry at her!
Marlena: Tell me what she's done.
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