Days Transcript Thursday 12/15/11

Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 12/15/11


Provided By Suzanne

Brady: [Groaning] How did you sleep? Are you kidding me? Madison? Madison? [Scoffs and laughs]

Madison: Hi. Sorry, I, uh... headed off the room service guy, so you could sleep.

Brady: Hi, um... I thought you took off.

Madison: Gettin' ready to make a clean getaway, huh?

Bo: Breakfast is getting cold.

Hope: Oh, sorry. Uh... I just don't get this, Brady.

Brady: What? That Stefano would hook Mrs. H up to every courtesy that would be afforded to him?

Hope: And putting it in writing.

Bo: Yeah. And she held onto that all these years and never told you about it.

Hope: Yeah, or anyone else.

Brady: Once again, more questions than answers. You Horton women, more complicated than one would think.

Hope: Ha, and Stefano's not?

Brady: Yeah, that story he told us...

Hope: Yeah, was a complete crock. And even if Gran did help save EJ's life when he was a baby...

Bo: Would he express his gratitude in a way that would keep him on the hook to a Horton...

Hope: Forever? No. Absolutely not. Look, Stefano is never going to tell us the truth, and Susan obviously feels that she can't.

Bo: So...we're gonna have to find out on our own.

Carrie: That's all you're gonna tell me? I have a right to speak to my client. Okay, well, let me talk to roman Brady. When he returns, tell him to call Carrie reed. Believe me, he has my numbers. Jerk. Ugh.

Rafe: Whoa. Speaking ill of one my of former fellow police officers there?

Carrie: I kind of lost confidence in one of your former fellow police officers when they tried to mow down John and his whole family.

Rafe: Fair enough. All right, let's not panic, okay? John could be out in the yard, getting some exercise or some fresh air or... well, yeah, look at that. It is about that time.

Carrie: Okay. So I'll call him again in 15 minutes. I have to speak to John. I mean, wait until he hears, thanks to you, we know for sure that this photo was altered. I mean, someone set him up. Now...we can finally prove it. [Sighs]

Marlena: We have no idea what we're doing here?

John: Like I told you, the cop that brought me up here really wasn't a talker.

Marlena: And we have no idea what we're waiting for either, huh? This is crazy. I'm gonna call Carrie.

John: [Sighs]

EJ: Good morning, good morning.

John: For cryin' out loud.

Marlena: So it's about the lawsuit, and I was just calling our lawyer.

Stefano: Oh...that will be very disappointing.

John: [Laughs] Just when you think your day can't get any worse.

Marlena: You two traveling in pairs now? Shall we expect 40 days of rain?

Stefano: [Chuckles] I see that you haven't lost your sense of humor, Marlena. Very good. That will make our little chat a lot more enjoyable.

Madison: You at least have time for coffee?

Brady: Will you stop, please?

Madison: Not even a note? "I had a nice time. Call you next time I'm in town."

Brady: Madison, Madison, may I please get a word in here? Listen... excuse me, I woke up...and I didn't see anybody in the bed. I thought you took off. Okay, and the reason I was getting dressed was because that's what I thought you wanted.

Madison: [Laughs] Oh.

Brady: And the fact that you're fully dressed and I'm not, maybe I was right about that.

Madison: I'm sorry.

Brady: That's all right. Can I have some of that, please?

Madison: [Giggling] Wow, heh. I don't know what in the world would make you think that I would take off. Intimacy is so easy for me.

Brady: [Chuckles]

Madison: I did have a moment, I will admit, where I thought to avoid the whole, you know, morning-after bit.

Brady: Why?

Madison: Um, I don't know. Because...mascara running all down my face after a night that just...seemed pretty much...

Brady: Seemed pretty--pretty much what?

Madison: Pretty much perfect, okay? Are you happy, Brady? Are you satisfied now?

Brady: Why'd you come back?

Madison: Because... I don't... I realize that I don't want to leave you. I'm trying to change, Brady. Work with me here, please?

Brady: No, no, no. Give me this, give me this. Madison, I want you to be very careful what you change about you, because I happen to be a big fan of very many aspects of you. Don't change too much.

Madison: Okay, um... ahem.

Brady: Let me help you.

Madison: I have to...go.

Brady: [Giggling] You're not worried about the breakfast getting cold, are you?

Madison: I--do you? It's already cold.

Brady: Do I look like I'm worried about it?

Madison: Aah!

Rafe: Well, if I ever get in big trouble, I want you on my team.

Carrie: What?

Rafe: I was just...trying to say I'm impressed.

Carrie: By what?

Rafe: You. Your client's pled guilty. That hasn't stopped you.

Carrie: I can get that plea thrown out. John entered it right after that maniac opened fire on his-- or our--whole family. I just have to convince him it's worth pursuing.

Rafe: Exactly what I mean. He's lucky to have you in his corner.

Carrie: Of course I'm in his corner. The man raised me. The one he's lucky to have in his corner is you. You hardly know him. And you could have sided with Sami, but you didn't.

Rafe: Instinct, I guess.

Carrie: Well, thank god you noticed that the shadows in the photo were altered... or we'd be back to square one.

Rafe: So...we're a good team. Yep. Heh. We are.

Carrie: So Austin says that you and Sami can't renew your vows on Christmas eve. Is that right?

Rafe: Church is booked on Christmas. Imagine that.

Carrie: Yeah. So...what are you gonna do? Postpone?

Rafe: Actually, I was thinking... we'd have it under the big tree at the Horton town square. Ah, Sami's always saying she wants us to grow old like tom and Alice Horton, so... be like they're there... lookin' down on us.

Carrie: You, uh, are a very romantic guy. And Sami's a very lucky woman.

John: Why don't you get out of here and take your errand boy with you?

Stefano: I think being incarcerated has hardened our old friend.

EJ: Hmm, sadly, I think you're right.

Stefano: All I wanted to do was see how you were holding up, John, that's all.

Marlena: What are you two clowns doing here?

EJ: My father and I have a proposition.

John: Ah...well, I can't wait to hear that. How about you?

Marlena: I'm all ears.

John: Guard!

EJ: I wouldn't do that if I were you. I think you'll find it's in your best interests to listen to what we have to say.

Brady: Are you glad that you came back?

Madison: Mm-hmm. Totally. Mmm. Unfortunately, now I have to go to work.

Brady: Ah, buh buh.

Madison: What are you doing?

Brady: What if you didn't go to work today?

Madison: What? Well, you mean like take a day off?

Brady: Mm-hmm.

Madison: I haven't done that...since... I've never done that.

Brady: Come on, listen. What's the worst that can happen, right? You think the production of lipstick is gonna come to a grinding halt or something?

Madison: I have meetings all day, and you know it.

Brady: Yes, but, you know what? You've always been reminding me that, "Brady, I'm my own boss, and I own my own company." And you know what? Your primary investor who you're sleeping with right now, he's not gonna care. So why don't you call your secretary, you tell her, "I'm gonna give myself permission to take A...mental health day."

Madison: What exactly would be healthy about me worrying about all the work that I'm not getting done?

Brady: You need to learn how to delegate.

Madison: Yeah? To whom?

Brady: Sami. You're always talking about how she's your right arm, right?

Madison: Yeah, she is, sometimes.

Brady: Madison, Madison... think about the fun we can have.

Madison: Mm-hmm.

Brady: Okay?

Madison: Okay. So let's just pretend for a minute that I took this hypothetical, totally irresponsible day off from work.

Brady: Mm-hmm.

Madison: What would we be doing instead?

Brady: I will make it worth your while.

Madison: Yeah, if anybody can do it, it's you. I guess, you know, it wouldn't...kill me to take one little day off. Wouldn't be the end of the world.

Brady: Great, I love that.

Madison: Where are you going? Where are you going?

Brady: I'm gonna take a shower, because I'm quicker than you.

Madison: I thought we'd just stay here.

Brady: Oh...honey, I don't know when the next time I'm gonna be able to talk you into taking a day off is, so we're gonna make the most of this.

Madison: Mm...

Rafe: Hey, hey, hey. Thank you for coming right over.

Bo: Oh, hi. Hey, Carrie.

Hope: Carrie. Is this about John?

Carrie: Yes, Rafe can prove the photo was altered.

Bo: Oh, yeah? How?

Rafe: Mm... good question. Take a look at this photo. See the shadows here and here?

Hope: Mm-hmm.

Rafe: Yep. Look at the time stamp on the photo.

Bo: Sun wouldn't make those shadows that time of day.

Rafe: Yeah, the awning there would have prevented it from happening.

Hope: What does this mean?

Rafe: The awnings weren't there. Not several years ago when that picture was really taken.

Carrie: So when John said he might have been at the cafe sometime...

Bo: He was right.

Rafe: Well, he was just wrong about when.

Carrie: Mm-hmm, he was at the clinic when he said he was. So the time stamp's been falsified.

Hope: And I think we all know who falsified it.

Carrie: The only person who's been tracking John's every move for years. Stefano.

John: What do you ya know? The two of them are just looking out for our best interests.

Marlena: Heartwarming. Restores my faith in humanity.

John: Yeah, I'm all choked up.

Marlena: Think I'll call your lawyer anyway.

Stefano: Marlena, please. I do not have all day.

EJ: Look, Marlena, unlike your husband, we really do have other things that we need to take care of, and we certainly have other places that we need to be.

Marlena: Oh.

John: What the hell? Go for it.

Stefano: Yeah.

EJ: Thank you.

Stefano: Good. [Sighs]

EJ: Ahem. All right, let's just start with all of us being honest, okay? John, your company is in trouble. All right? Things have not been going well the last few months, and there is a significant chance that your company could go under. Your share price has plummeted because of the scandal.

Stefano: And...look. I mean, it's like a ship without a captain, with you being in prison.

EJ: John, it's a mess. It's a real mess.

John: What's the point?

EJ: The point, John, is that the people who really stand to lose in this situation are your investors and your employees. The latter of whom stand not only to lose their pensions, John, they're going to lose their jobs. When you lose this civil suit-- and you will lose the civil suit--your company, basic black, is just going to disappear.

John: You know, if all I wanted was a recap of my company's prospects, I would have read the wall street journal.

Marlena: And he wouldn't have to sit down in the room with you.

Stefano: All we're trying to do is salvage what is left of his reputation.

EJ: John, we're giving you an opportunity to save your company.

John: Wow, no kidding? How am I gonna do that?

Stefano: You sell basic black to me.

John: [Laughing]

EJ: I took the liberty, John, of drawing up an agreement. All that you need to do is sign it.

Marlena: And why would he want to do that?

EJ: Because, if he does that, I would be willing to drop the civil suit.

Marlena: And why would you want to drop the lawsuit against John? Isn't that the cornerstone of your so-called campaign? Why, you'd have to stop calling yourself the champion of the little people. The hero of the underdog. I can't believe you'd want John's company that badly.

John: Oh, sure he does. Because he doesn't want this civil suit to proceed.

Marlena: Help me out here.

John: Well, he's the one who cooked the books. He's the one who set me up to look guilty. He's the one who stole all that money from all those people.

EJ: You're delusional, man.

Marlena: No...sounds just right to me.

John: You know, if you push forward with this lawsuit, you're aware that all this will come out, but...if you buy my company and magnanimously use your own money to save it, and by extension, people's jobs...

Marlena: Then they'll want the lawsuit dropped.

John: So he gets to go in and undo everything that he did. Then, he can use the money he stole from the company to restore the pension funds and all the other investments he ransacked.

Marlena: So...this incredibly generous offer really is a cover-up. I'm shocked.

John: Oh, but he'll look like a hero.

Marlena: And it may also buy him exactly what he can't get for himself. Office of the mayor.

John: But they're gonna need my help to get that done. So I guess I'll... just see you in hell.

Rafe: From day one, John's been saying that Stefano's the one behind all of this.

Bo: Well, why wouldn't he? Stefano's been after him for years. Your husband, the forensics accountant, came up with some very compelling evidence against John. The F.B.I. Concurred.

Carrie: The setup was so good and so convincing that even people who know and love John were doubting him.

Rafe: Yeah, but somebody falsified the picture to make John look guilty. If he was actually guilty, there'd be no need to do that. Now, who else is capable of doing that?

Bo: Nobody we know.

Hope: Okay, so all we have to do is prove that Stefano did it, and John's cleared.

Rafe: Yeah, good luck with that.

Hope: Wait a minute.

Carrie: What?

Hope: I think I have something that even Stefano can't fight. ,@3q over 200,000 people are hospitalized every year

Madison: I don't know anything about decorating a Christmas tree. I haven't had one since I was a little kid.

Brady: You're doing fine. It looks... wait a minute, you haven't had a Christmas tree since you were a little kid?

Madison: Hm-mmm. After my dad left, my mom just... you know, she was so depressed, she never wanted to celebrate the holidays. She was the one who always volunteered to work on Christmas day.

Brady: That must have been tough on you.

Madison: It wasn't awesome. But, you know, we never had money for ornaments or presents or anything anyway, so I don't think we really knew what we were missing.

Brady: I'm really-- I'm really sorry to hear that.

Madison: Oh, it's fine. I was old enough to understand what was going on. I just felt bad for my little brothers and sisters, you know. I used to bake them cookies and rip out pictures from magazines to decorate the house. One year, um... one year, I wrapped all the junk that I had made at school so that they would have something to open.

Brady: Sounds like something out of dickens.

Madison: No, not--not really. I, um... I have to admit, my plans never really cheered those kids up.

Brady: But you were just a kid yourself, you know?

Madison: Yeah, but you know what's funny? When we were older and we had money and we could actually do it right, we really still never celebrated the holidays.

Brady: Why not? I don't--

Madison: I don't know why. I think--I think that maybe we were all just trying to prove to ourselves that we weren't really missing anything all those years.

Brady: Hey, would it bother you too much if I went all-out this year and made Christmas really, really special for you?

Madison: You wanna... you wanna do that?

Brady: I really wanna do that, yeah.

Madison: It wouldn't bother me at all, I... I think it'd be nice.

Stefano: John...John, John. are letting your ego cloud your judgment.

EJ: John, this theory of yours, it''s very entertaining. It's very creative. But the reality is, neither the police or the F.B.I. Found any evidence to substantiate what you're saying.

Stefano: How do you think your employees are gonna react when they find out that you had an opportunity to keep them off the unemployment line, and you turned it down?

John: Well, I gotta hand it to you, Stefano. [Chuckles] You're good.

Stefano: Thank you.

Marlena: Why do you say that?

John: If I accept the offer, well, they get my company, and I still go to prison.

Marlena: And if you don't, they go to the press and say you refused to help the people that had been so badly injured.

John: What you call a Hobson's choice. Looks like a free choice, but there's really no good alternative.

Stefano: Not for you, John. But for your former employees, there is a better choice, okay?'s over for you. But that does not mean it has to be over for them.

EJ: John... do the right thing.

John: You're holding my employees hostage and you want me to cave? Well, I don't negotiate with terrorists, so you can take your damn offer and you can shove it.

Hope: Look.

Rafe: Okay. How old is this thing?

Hope: About as old as EJ.

Carrie: Uh! What?

Bo: When we questioned Stefano, he confirmed that Mrs. H helped find a doctor to save EJ's life when he was a baby.

Hope: And in gratitude, he gave Gran a very fancy paperweight and that piece of paper.

Rafe: He admitted this to you?

Hope: Well, not exactly.

Bo: But it's the only logical explanation.

Rafe: "Please extend to the bearer of this card every courtesy that would be afforded to the Stefano DiMera family." What the hell?

Bo: Pretty fancy I.O.U, isn't it?

Hope: Mm-hmm, absolutely. One that has no limitations.

Carrie: Hmm, quite a gift from a DiMera.

Hope: Must have been scared to death.

Rafe: He is all about his kids.

Bo: Especially the ones who happen to be male.

Carrie: And what do you think you could do with this?

Hope: Find out if he still stands behind it.

Bo: If Stefano gave this to Mrs. H because she helped save EJ's life, I'm thinking he's too superstitious to now say that it means nothing.

Hope: Absolutely. Even after all these years.

Carrie: So if you decide to collect on this I.O.U in your grandmother's name...

Hope: I might be able to force Stefano to exonerate John.

Madison: Who taught you how to put lights on?

Brady: Uh, my dad.

Madison: So your Christmases growing up, they weren't so bad.

Brady: Nah. I mean, actually, for a while, they were great.

Madison: Yeah? What happened?

Brady: Oh, well... when my mom died, my dad got himself a new girlfriend, and she was a psycho bitch.

Madison: Marlena?

Brady: No, not Marlena, Madison. I'm talking about... Kristin was her name. She, uh...whew. Well, she didn't last a long time, and after she fell off the face of the earth and out of my dad's life, my dad went back to the one woman he wished that he probably never left in the first place.

Madison: Marlena.

Brady: Marlena, exactly. She and dad got remarried. But I never really felt like they wanted me around. So when Christmas rolled around, I...usually stayed at a friend's house or... some years, I even stayed at school.

Madison: Talk about dickens.

Brady: [Sighs] I was a stubborn kid. Probably ruined a bunch of Christmases for my family.

Madison: Something tells me Sami probably did her fair share of ruining Christmases too.

Brady: True.

Madison: You were just a kid, Brady.

Brady: The one that really missed out was belle. She got hurt. My sister.

Madison: Hmm.

Brady: She was always stuck in the middle. She was always trying to defend my parents to me, and me to them, and... I never felt like I looked out for her the way that I should. The way that you looked out for your siblings. I can be a jerk sometimes. Did you know that?

Madison: No! You?

Brady: Yeah.

Madison: No way. So you're close now to your little sister?

Brady: Yeah, yeah. We're good. She's married, and she has a beautiful daughter. They're really an adventurous family. I think my niece Claire has seen most of the world by now.

Madison: Does belle know that your dad's in prison?

Brady: Yep. Marlena and I contacted her and told her there was nothing she could do, though. My dad has decided to plead guilty. And no one's gonna talk him out of it. Tell you what--it is gonna be one weird Christmas this year. Everywhere but right here.

Rafe: Don't you think Stefano is gonna laugh in your face if you try something like that?

Bo: I can guarantee you he will at first.

Hope: Yeah, but guys, it's like Bo said. Stefano made this promise to Gran on EJ's life.

Rafe: Yeah, that was a long time ago.

Hope: Yes, I know, but EJ has a habit of making the kind of enemies who keep trying to take him out.

Bo: Yeah...he took a bullet to the head a year or so ago. Someone beat the ever-loving crap out of him just a little while ago. You know, he--he pulled through both times.

Hope: Listen, granted, okay, Stefano will try to back out of his promise. But I know he'll be thinking in the back of his mind, "what's gonna happen the next time EJ gets hurt or someone tries to take him out? Will he be as lucky?"

Rafe: Well, yeah, okay. But his promise was to Alice Horton. Not her granddaughter. Not to John black.

Carrie: Okay, well, what if he says his obligation died with Mrs. Horton?

Hope: Well, then, I'm just gonna have to sell him on the idea that this is something he knows Gran would have wanted.

Bo: And that crossing Alice Horton would have dire and eternal consequences. And...heck...this may be why Mrs. H saved this thing all these years. She knew that, eventually, we would need to use this against Stefano.

Carrie: What do we have to lose?

Rafe: Well, from where I stand...nothin'. Now, we can wait it out and see what this new photo evidence gets us with the judge, but that could take weeks, months. And there are no guarantees.

Hope: I really do think that I can get Stefano to honor his promise to Gran.

Marlena: My husband just told you what to do with your offer. I can't imagine why you're still sitting there.

EJ: Look... you're going to lose your company anyway. All right, now, why wouldn't you give my father and I the chance to take if off your hands, John? We can save your company. We can save a lot of people's jobs. You can save what little livelihood your wife has left.

Marlena: You know what? Leave me out of this. I don't want your dirty money.

Stefano: All right, Marlena, we will leave you out of it. This is no place for self-righteousness. Not after you robbed those poor people blind.

John: Oh, knock it off, will you? I didn't rob anybody, and you know it.

EJ: You pled guilty.

Marlena: He pled guilty after somebody began shooting his family.

Stefano: Yes.

Marlena: He did it to protect us!

Stefano: Uh-huh, and how do you think the people are gonna react when they find out that he could have sold this miserable business of his, but he blocked it off while he was in prison?

EJ: People are gonna be furious. You understand they're going to want some kind of revenge. What was it you just said about wanting to protect your family?

John: I swear to god, anything happens to Marlena--

Stefano: It will be your fault! Don't get me angry, John. All right? Because your stupid ego will not let your realize that what we are trying to offer you is salvation.

Marlena: Salvation? From you? Don't make me laugh.

EJ: When did we all start being so stubborn that we can't see that this is really the only good option, John?

Stefano: All we want to do is help the little people.

Marlena: Of course. The great humanitarians. Almost forgot about that part. You wanna help the little people? Pay back the money you stole and leave us the hell alone.

Stefano: [Sighs] 3q when a sore throat strikes,

Brady: You know what time it is? It's time to light this thing up.

Madison: Yeah, yeah. Sure. Let's do it. Feel like I'm at Rockefeller center.

Brady: Oh. Ready? Here we go. Bip.

Madison: [Gasps] Ohh!

Brady: Look at that.

Madison: Brady, it's so-- it's so beautiful. Oh, my gosh. Wow. You are absolutely right about the lights.

Brady: Well, hey. It's not half bad, you know?

Madison: Yeah, and it'll be here every single day when I get home from work. Thank you.

Brady: You know, all you have to do is flip the switch, and you can have instant Christmas cheer when you come from work every night.

Madison: Even better, I can think about you. Thank you, 'cause...this was an amazing day.

Brady: Was it better than going to work?

Madison: Way better.

Brady: Okay.

Rafe: Now, I hope this works, but, uh, talk this through with me for a minute. Now, Stefano can't exonerate John without implicating himself or EJ too. I've gone a few rounds with the guy. He would never, ever do that.

Carrie: He doesn't necessarily have to implicate himself.

Rafe: Yeah, how do you figure?

Carrie: The defense is allowed to present an alternative theory for how a crime was committed. If Stefano can give us that without naming names, we'd be a heck of a lot better off than we are now.

Bo: We just tell him we need the "how," not the "who."

Hope: Hmm, I won't say that's all I want. But okay, I'll settle for that.

Rafe: All right, so you guys are ready to let the DiMeras walk...again?

Carrie: My job is to clear John. If hope can convince Stefano to help me do that, that's all I need.

Rafe: It's still a lot.

Hope: Hey, listen. Bo said before... Stefano is old world and very superstitious, especially when it comes to his children. He better honor this promise to my grandmother...or else.

John: How'd you do it?

Stefano: Do what?

John: Now, I know when you did it. I was making a big push to get out of the wheelchair. I was taking leaves of absence, in and out of clinics. I was delegating all over the place.

EJ: I think the psychiatrist wife needs to put him on some medication.

Stefano: I agree. I mean, he's seeing things that are not there.

John: So did you get inside to one of my employees, wha... did you plant someone?

Stefano: Is he making sense to you?

Marlena: Absolutely.

John: Wai-wai-wai-wait a minute--that new executive assistant to my CFO. Holly--holly, um...

Stefano: Uh, his memory, it's not as good as it used to be.

John: No, the hiring committee, they checked out her resume. They said, "John...too good to be true, but...all of her references checked out." Sawarn, vogue... she was brilliant. She was personable. She was...shrewd. And she was gone. Right before the F.B.I. Made first contact with me. She was yours, right?

EJ: I definitely think he's cracking under the pressure.

Marlena: No...I think he's hitting on all cylinders.

John: I just put it together when you two came strolling in the room here, so eager to make this damn deal.

Marlena: Forget it. You will never have control of John's company.

Stefano: [Chuckles] My poor queen of the night. Your fury is misplaced. Your husband is starting all this bologna because he thinks that his ego is more important than his employees. Personally, I think it's sickening.

Marlena: Really? Because you live on such a high moral plane. What John is doing is keeping his employees from gaining anything from your blood money.

EJ: Marlena... our money... is going to put food on these people's tables. And I think that's something they'd be quite happy to accept.

John: Until you start outsourcing their jobs and cutting their pay, and then asking them to do things that could land them in jail. But what the hell? Just the DiMera way, right?

Stefano: You're talking about my reputation? [Scoffs] Which one of us is serving life in prison here?

Marlena: If there were justice, it would be the two of you. And, come to think of it... that may just come to pass.

EJ: Marlena, we didn't do... anything. We didn't have to.

Marlena: Really? Then why are you both beginning to sweat?

[Both chuckle]

Stefano: You know, it's time that you realized that your husband is not the man that you think he is. See, John has brought all of this down on himself. And let me tell you something... it's a beautiful thing to watch.

Madison: Hey...

Brady: What?

Madison: What's that?

Brady: What's what?

Madison: What's this? Where did this come from?

Brady: I don't know. Santa claus?

Madison: [Sly giggle] What's in it?

Brady: Excuse me, what are you doing? Hey, what are you... let me tell you something about christmas, young lady. You open christmas presents on christmas day.

Madison: I'm not exactly a patient person.

Brady: Then I'm gonna have to hold onto it till christmas day.

Madison: That is my frickin' present.

Brady: There is no way. You have to obey the rules. It's the rules of christmas...

Madison: What are you doing?

Brady: Madison.

Madison: [Giggling]

Hope: This letter... could take stefano back to a time when he was scared to death for his child's life.

Bo: Yeah, he was vulnerable. With all his money and power, there was nothing he could do.

Carrie: He needed someone like mrs. Horton, and she was there.

Hope: Exactly. And like I said earlier, I am just gonna sell him on the idea that this is something he knows gran would have wanted.

Carrie: How can he say no?

Rafe: Well, I hope you're right. But it's a side of stefano I've never seen.

Hope: Yeah, well, if anyone can make you see that side... it's gran.

Ej: Do yourself a big favor, John. Consider the offer. It expires in 24 hours.

John: I don't need 24 seconds, pal. Answer's no.

Stefano: [Sighs] You're making a very big mistake.

John: We'll see.

Marlena: You did the right thing.

John: God, I hope so.

Jennifer: I cannot face seeing this fail one more time.

Jack: I think that you're being an idiot.

Abigail: I was worried that you were gonna tell chad about the other guy I have a crush on.

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