Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 1/12/12
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Rafe: [Sighs] Saturday. Whew. Wow.
Carrie: [Starts] Oh, man.
Rafe: This is insane.
Carrie: Oh, I didn't know you were in here half-dressed.
Rafe: Do you feel how hot it is?
Rafe: Yeah, well, the thermostat's jacked up, the windows are painted shut, and our landlord--our lovely landlord--won't return my calls. And I should probably put my shirt on.
Carrie: Oh, oh, uh--uh--uh, I'm dying in here too. Don't worry about me.
Rafe: Oh, man.
Austin: Damn it. Hi, Abigail.
Abigail: Hi. Looks like you got your hands full there.
Austin: Uh, yeah, I guess I do. Thanks. Well, if somebody had to witness my klutzy moment, I'm glad that it's you.
Abigail: Why is that?
Austin: Well, it's my first day, and I just kind of have to admit that...just a little bit nervous. Glad to see a friendly face.
Abigail: Happy to be here.
Sonny: I'm actually surprised you're here.
Sonny: 'Cause after the last time we talked, I thought you were gonna leave town for a while and, you know, clear your head.
Will: Well, you know, like you said, running off isn't always the answer. You know, you play by the rules, and they burn you, and you--you run off, and, uh, it catches up to you, so I'm gonna stick around a while.
Sonny: Wow, look at you, being all philosophical and everything.
Will: Mm-hmm, maybe. I don't know. Maybe I'm just tired of the same old boring choices.
Sonny: What do you mean?
Will: Well, I'm just trying to say I--I'm tired of being good little Will. You know, I'm--I'm tired of pretending, and I'm--I'm done. I'm done with a lot of things.
Bo: Any messages?
Hope: Nope, pretty quiet on the street out front.
Bo: Darn, I hope one of my guys comes through before another pharmacy gets knocked over.
Hope: Or someone else gets shot.
Bo: Yeah, uh, did you have a chance to check on that guy's condition?
Hope: Yes, I did. Lexie said he should make an uncomplicated recovery. Superficial leg wound.
Bo: Oh, great.
Hope: The next one might not be so lucky, though.
Bo: So I guess you didn't have time to call Hewitt about the key.
Hope: Me time.
Hope: I didn't say anything because she didn't tell me anything we didn't already hear from that guy who made the plaque.
Bo: So we have no idea why Mrs. H. hid the key where she did.
Hope: Even said Gran never wanted anyone to find it. She has no idea why.
Sonny: So what's with the new outlook?
Will: Oh, I don't know. Just I've had a lot of time to think lately, and kind of like a New Year's resolution or something.
Sonny: What, to change who you are?
Will: No, I just wanna be open to, you know, things around me. New people and new ideas and, um... you know, I was just on a boring trek, and I wanna try something new.
Sonny: I think that's good. You know, I think you really do need to mix it up. 'Cause I don't wanna sound like a shrink, but you were kind of sounding depressed. Just a little bit.
Will: Oh, thank you. Yeah, I'm over that.
Sonny: That's really good.
Adrienne: Hey, I thought I'd find you here.
Sonny: Hey, Mom.
Adrienne: Hey, baby.
Sonny: How are you?
Adrienne: Good. Mmm. Hey, Will.
Adrienne: How are you?
Sonny: Are you meeting Dad?
Adrienne: Yeah, I am, later. But actually I'm glad I ran into you first.
Sonny: Why's that?
Adrienne: Have I told you how proud I am of you?
Sonny: She hasn't. Just a dozen times. Today.
Adrienne: Well, good. Oh, and remember... tell that hot-shot designer I want my bar tap.
Sonny: Bar tap, got it.
Adrienne: Okay? All right, I'll see you later.
Sonny: See you.
Adrienne: Nice to see you, Will.
Will: Wow. Um, what does she want the bar tap for? Is she gonna hang it up in the Kiriakis Mansion?
Sonny: No, my dad bought her a kegerator for Christmas, just to remind her of the Cheatin' Heart.
Will: Are you kidding me?
Will: God, your parents are so awesome.
Sonny: Most of the time.
Will: Wow, um, that must be so great to have parents like that.
Sonny: They--they really do, um, have my back, 100%.
Carrie: Do you think you can fix it?
Rafe: I'm trying. And if you wanna get any work done today, maybe you should head on home.
Carrie: I-I don't have any appointments but, uh, someone said they might stop by, so I thought I should be here if they did.
Rafe: Ah, well, that ought to be interesting. Them walking in on us looking like we're going to the beach.
Carrie: They'll knock first, right?
Rafe: Right. You know, I actually did get a call for a case today.
Carrie: You did?
Rafe: I did. A woman I know from the old neighborhood. Kid got picked up for arson. She swears he's innocent.
Carrie: Is he?
Rafe: I hope so. Uh, she makes a rather convincing argument.
Carrie: Rafe, a mother saying that her son isn't guilty--
Rafe: No, no, I know. I know, I know the drill, but, uh, I know this kid. You know, actually, one time I saw the kid, and he was defending this younger boy against a group of bullies-- even walked the kid all the way home to make sure he was safe, so...
Carrie: So you believe in him.
Rafe: I have a--a good feeling.
Carrie: Mm-hmm. And what sort of evidence do the police have on him?
Rafe: I don't know yet. But, Carrie, I do know that you would be the best defense attorney for this case, and if anyone can help this kid, it's you.
Carrie: That's nice of you to say.
Rafe: No, it's--it's, uh, it's true. It's true, you know? But--but I have to tell you, there is one catch.
Carrie: Oh, yeah?
Rafe: Yeah, the kid--the kid's family, they're flat broke. So if you took this case, it would be, uh... gratis.
Abigail: Are you on your way to your office, because if you are, I-I could help you so that you don't drop any more of your stuff.
Austin: I am on my way to my office, but, Abby, no, you--you don't have to do that.
Abigail: You're going that way?
Austin: Yeah, right?
Abigail: Well, your office is in the Stern Building, isn't it?
Austin: Which happens to be, uh, it's that way.
Abigail: It is that way, but there's also a shortcut, which is that way.
Austin: Oh, there's a-- there's a shortcut.
Abigail: There's a shortcut.
Austin: [Chuckles] Yeah.
Abigail: Let me show you?
Abigail: [Laughs] Okay.
Austin: Okay, you talked me into it. I got...
Hope: But I-I just--for the life of me, I cannot imagine why Gran would hide the key in the plaque at the Horton Square. I mean, of all places to hide it.
Bo: Yeah, me neither.
Hope: You know what really bothers me?
Hope: It's like Grandpa wasn't even a part of this. Uh, whatever this is.
Bo: Yeah, you're right.
Hope: It's like Grandma had this whole separate life, even before Grandpa passed away.
Hope: I them as having the most perfect marriage. Closer than close.
Bo: Yeah, I-I--when it comes to perfect marriages, I think they came very close.
Hope: Mm. I know. It's just I'm asking these questions that I never thought I'd be asking, it's making me nuts. Little crazy.
Bo: Couples have problems, you know. Difficult times. We know that better than most.
Hope: I know.
Bo: Your grandparents had an unshakable trust.
Hope: I know I've said this a million times, but I just wanna make sure you understand.
Hope: It really, truly means so much to me that you're-- you're still okay with going to therapy.
Bo: Hope, look, I would do anything for you, for us. And it's 50 minutes a week. In exchange, we get a better, stronger marriage. I think it's worth it.
Hope: I love you.
Bo: Mm, and I love you back.
Hope: Thank you for sticking with me through this.
Bo: Of course.
Hope: I'm sorry it's--I've let it get to me so much.
Bo: I'm sorry too, but I do understand, which-- you know, there is something I need to talk to you about.
Hope: Okay, go.
Bo: Um, we found the key by mistake, and the people we've talked to about it who knew Mrs. H. said that she really didn't want anybody to find it. So don't throw anything at me, but, um...
Hope: I have a cup in my hand.
Bo: Yeah, I... I think we should drop this, I really do.
Sonny: Hey, Dad.
Justin: Hey, Sonny.
Sonny: Just saw Mom, said you guys were gonna meet up for lunch.
Justin: Yep, I'll catch up to her later.
Sonny: And I was just, uh, telling will how amazing you guys have been about me opening up the new coffee house.
Justin: You know what? Actually, your mother and I are just happy about the concept. I mean, with the fire at the Java, and the fact that the owners decided not to reopen, I think you're, um, filling a real void here in Salem.
Will: Yeah. I mean, the people on campus, they're already talking about it.
Justin: Did Sonny tell you about this idea he has for different themes? What--ah--what--wait, wait, wait, what did you call it? Uh...poetry...
Sonny: Slam poetry?
Justin: Slam poetry.
Sonny: Yes, no, I-I do. I-I want to be successful, but more importantly, I want it to be a place where people can feel comfortable. You know, gay, straight, young...old.
Justin: And why are you looking at me when you say "old"?
Sonny: I'm just, you know, 'cause I think that you--you'll come, right? You're gonna be there.
Justin: Um, if the coffee's strong, I'll be there.
Sonny: That's good.
Justin: No, you're gonna be sick and tired of seeing this mug.
Sonny: No, I'm not gonna get sick and tired of seeing you. But I should get going. Mom said the designer called me, so I need to give him a call back.
Justin: All right, go, go, go. Yeah, I gotta meet up with your mom anyway.
Sonny: Thanks, Dad.
Justin: You're welcome. I'm proud of you.
Sonny: Thank you.
Justin: No, actually, thank you. Because taking the Cheatin' Heart off your mother's hands means I'll actually be able to spend some time with her. And that should be nice.
Sonny: Well, I hope that works out for you. And if it doesn't, you can unthank me later.
Justin: Oh, yeah, I'll let you know.
Sonny: All right, I'll see you guys later.
Justin: You know, Will, I'm really glad that you're working with Sonny on this. I know he really appreciates your contribution.
Will: Thank you. And, uh, and, thank you, I mean, it's--it's--it's--it's cool that you're so, you know, supportive.
Justin: Well, of course. Sonny is a--he's an amazing kid. Always has been.
Will: Yeah. Yeah, I just know that, you know, not every parent would be so, you know, accepting.
Justin: Accepting? Of what? Oh...um... uh, because of the fact that Sonny's gay.
Rafe: You sure got quiet.
Carrie: Ah, it's the heat. It's getting to me. [Exhales]
Rafe: Is it? You sure it's not 'cause I asked you to do a case pro bono?
Carrie: Nope, it's not that.
Rafe: Okay, so I can continue my pitch then?
Rafe: All right, listen, the kid's public defender, he's screwing up the case already.
Carrie: I hate hearing that.
Rafe: I know, right? Now, I know the public defenders. They're overworked, they're underpaid, but... we're talking about this kid's life here. His life.
Carrie: Look, I-I have nothing to do here besides sweat to death, and we don't have any cases, Rafe. All we've done so far is save a cat...by accident, and it's not like it would be taking away our resources from our busy work load.
Rafe: You serious right now? Really?
Carrie: Of course, I am. You vouched for the kid, and that holds a lot of weight with me. Just give me the file and if I can help, I'll let you know.
Rafe: You're the best. You are the best. Okay, good. One of my buddies at the P.D., he just emailed me the file. The arrest file.
Rafe: I'm gonna forward it to you.
Carrie: Well, you don't waste any time.
Rafe: I try not to. As you can see, I'm doing such a good job with this thermostat.
Carrie: Maybe you don't have the right tools?
Rafe: You think? You have an Allen wrench, by any chance?
Carrie: Uh, if I did, I wouldn't know it. An Allen wrench?
Rafe: It's an L-shaped thing. Has a hexagon tip.
Carrie: Uh, yeah, I have--I have three in here. Maybe, um, maybe a bobby pin? That work? Have fun.
Rafe: Yeah, that works.
Hope: So you agree with the attorney and with Stefano that some things should stay buried, and Gran never wanted anyone to know the truth, is that what you're telling me?
Bo: No, hope, I want you to be happy. You are my top priority, period.
Hope: You think I'm gonna be happy letting this go like it never happened? Do you think I'm gonna be happy?
Bo: I--hope, I'm--I'm hoping you get some sleep at night again.
Hope: Gran and I were very, very close, Bo.
Bo: I know that.
Hope: Ever since I was a little girl...we could communicate without ever saying a word to each other. She'd be baking in the kitchen, I'd be standing next to her, and all she had to do was just look at me, and I knew what she was thinking, I knew what she needed from me.
Bo: I know that about you, yeah.
Hope: And you know what else I know...without her saying it? If she never wanted anyone to find that key, she would've tossed it in the river. But she put it inside the plaque, where it wasn't likely to be found, but could be. Now, there is a reason for that.
Bo: She could see into the future?
Hope: Don't patronize me.
Bo: No, Fancy Face, I'm not. Really, I'm not.
Hope: She couldn't have known how it would happen, and she never would've known that it would be us. She put that key there for a reason, and until I figure out what that reason is, I'm not dropping it. This isn't going away for me any time soon, Brady.
Will: It's just that Sonny is so cool with who he is, you know, and, um, it's just awesome that you and Adrienne seem to be too.
Justin: Who Sonny is is a great person, with a lot of ambition and a big heart. So what more could a parent ask for?
Will: Um, nothing, nothing. It's just, you know--I just know that not everybody would be so laid back, you know, about--about him...being...
Justin: And that surprises you?
Will: No, well...uh, yes, actually. You know, 'cause a lot of--a lot of people are--are uncomfortable with--with, you know, others being out.
Justin: Yeah, well, not me. Or Adrienne.
Will: Yeah, or me either. Uh, sorry, what I'm trying to say is just that, you know, it's--it's--it's cool that Sonny has his family's support, because I know not everybody would have, you know, that, in--in that situation.
Justin: [Laughing] Will, it's not a situation. It's who he is.
Will: Yeah, yeah, no, of course, sorry.
Justin: Nothing about Sonny's sexual orientation changes how I feel about him. I want him to fall in love with a good person who makes him happy. We all deserve that, Will.
Will: Yeah, yeah, that's-- yeah, true.
Justin: Speaking of which, Adrienne's probably wondering what the heck happened to me, so I'd better go.
Justin: All right. We'll see you.
Will: See you.
Justin: Um, actually, one more thing. Adrienne and I, if we could, we wouldn't change one thing about Sonny. Not one thing.
Carrie: No luck?
Carrie: Whew! The greatest invention in the history of landlords.
Rafe: You look miserable. Uh... sure you don't wanna go home? I can cover for you with this potential client.
Carrie: I'm okay, Rafe. I won't melt. Besides, it's a great excuse to skip a day at the gym. Oh, my goodness. Ugh.
Carrie: Something my mother-in-law said popped into my head.
Rafe: What is it that Kate said?
Carrie: She said, "Men sweat. Women glisten."
Rafe: You're sweating.
Carrie: I know!
Carrie: [Laughing] Oh, goodness. You--you okay?
Rafe: Hmm. Yeah, I just still can't get over the fact that Sami took that job with Kate DiMera.
Carrie: [Sighs] I know.
Rafe: Yeah, I mean, I just think it's...it's good money, but it's...a bad idea.
Carrie: Well, if our caseload doesn't pick up, you're gonna need that good money. I'm just glad that Sami... didn't put up a fuss about the two of us working together.
Rafe: I know, right? Can't believe that. Went so smoothly.
Carrie: I learned a long time ago not to ask questions when I get the reaction I prefer from Sami. Sorry. Not nice to disparage thy partner's wife.
Rafe: [Chuckles] It's--it's all good. How's that case file lookin'?
Carrie: Oh, um... there's a boatload of evidence against this kid, Rafe.
Rafe: It's that bad, huh?
Carrie: I'll keep reading, and if...well, hopefully, something will jump out at me.
Austin: And thank you so much for showing me the shortcut, because, as you can see, I can all the extra work time I can get.
Abigail: It was no problem. But can I maybe give you a small syllabus tip? If you don't load your students down with homework, they will love you, I swear.
Austin: You know what? You're pretty good.
Abigail: I'm just sayin'.
Austin: Yeah, right. But let me tell you, I'm even concerned about the whole homework thing, because everything's gotta be posted online, uh, handed in online, graded online. And, Abby, I have no idea how to do this stuff. At least, the computer stuff. I mean, I have training two weeks from now, but... a lot of good that does me today. You wanna know how old I am?
Austin: I'm so old, I remember turning in homework on paper, written in ink.
Abigail: [Gasps] Handwritten assignments?
Abigail: [Sighs] You are old.
Abigail: Come on, is the system really that hard to crack?
Austin: For an old school guy like me, you betcha.
Abigail: Well, do you want my help?
Austin: No, Abby, listen, you've done enough already.
Abigail: All right. Come on.
Austin: Be my guest.
Abigail: What is your user name?
Austin: Let's see, um... it's, um...um...
Bo: Hope, you're like a dog with a bone.
Hope: True, but you know what, maybe next time you wanna to try a more flattering analogy, if you know what's good for you.
Bo: I'm worried about you. You're as stubborn as a mule--
Hope: Fluffy bear?
Bo: Ye--uh, a cute little fluffy bear.
Hope: Come on, seriously, Brady, didn't we just the other day make a promise to stand by each other through the good, the bad, the thick, the thin? We're a team, right?
Bo: Yes, we are a team, Hope, but you worrying about this key and the whole mystery behind it, it's driving you crazy.
Hope: Giving up is gonna drive me crazier, which is gonna drive you crazier, 'cause I'm gonna be crazy.
Bo: Yes, okay.
Hope: That's it? All this, and it's just, "It's okay"?
Bo: Yes...we are a team. I love you, and I will support you, and I'll help you get to the bottom of this if we can.
Hope: If we can? The two of us in it together, I know we can. We can do this, Brady.
Hope: Thank you.
Bo: Yeah, yeah.
Hope: It means so much to me. I can't give up.
[Cell phone ringing]
Hope: That's not me. Is it you?
Bo: Yeah, that's my informant's ring. Hey, Bobby, what's up? Okay, great, no... no, no, you stay out of it. Yes, I will. All right, um, the guy who was knocking over the pharmacies is now casing out colonial drugs down on Murray, and Bobby thinks he's gonna make a move.
Hope: What are we waiting for?
Bo: Fluffy little bears. Let's go!
Bo: Yeah, you got the address?
Hope: I'm driving.
Sonny: Matteo, this is my buddy Will.
Matteo: Hey, what's up?
Will: Uh, n-nothin' much.
Matteo: Oh, then you're not paying attention.
Will: Wait, am I missing something?
Sonny: Matteo leveraged a hedge fund, and he managed to make huge money in a hugely down market. Now he's looking for somewhere to invest his capital.
Matteo: Yeah, well, Sonny's pitching me his new coffee house idea.
Will: Oh, as an investor?
Matteo: I mean, it's got a lot of potential. It's just gotta be the right space, though, you know--it can't be too bright, can't be dark, and...the acoustics matter, because I hate hearing people next to me on their phones.
Sonny: We should charge them for talking on their cell phones.
Matteo: Well, that would shut 'em up, right?
Matteo: Hey, I really liked your sports website while it lasted.
Will: Oh, God, you knew about that one?
Matteo: Yeah, I mean, the site looked really good, and it was really easy to navigate.
Will: Until it wasn't.
Matteo: Well, yeah. That sucks.
Matteo: I hate hackers. Unless they're working for me, and then, you know.
Sonny: It's all good.
Matteo: Sonny says that you're the brains behind the whole website development.
Will: Oh, no, everybody--
Sonny: Dude, come on. He--no, he was the brains. He wrote the code. Me and Chad were clueless about that.
Matteo: So the boy genius doesn't like the attention, huh?
Sonny: You know, you both separately mentioned Foster the People to me in the same week.
Will: First of all, how can you not know that band?
Matteo: 'Cause he's, like, tone deaf.
Sonny: Okay, you guys are being brutal right now.
Matteo: You are a disgrace to our team.
Sonny: Okay, not everyone on our team needs to listen to alt rock.
Matteo: The fact that you even call it that...
Will: God, so out of touch.
Sonny: I'm not out of touch.
Matteo: Okay, listen, Sonny, just promise me that you won't let them play any of that sappy, straight love song music, just--ever.
Sonny: Ever? No, well, when you come in, I'll make sure they turn it off, just for you.
Matteo: Great. Will, police him for me, all right? Make sure that my investment isn't being wasted.
Will: So my ears won't bleed.
Matteo: Yeah, for reals.
Sonny: You guys are both-- I'm done with both of you and this conversation.
Matteo: First of all, there. That--
Will: There we go.
Matteo: That works.
Abigail: Here are all the business department resources.
Austin: I mean, this is-- it's just amazing that it's all right there.
Abigail: It's pretty cool, right?
Austin: Yeah, and at my last job, I was a whiz at the spreadsheet program, but... [Sighs] I gotta tell you, Abby, I-I'm never gonna figure this stuff out.
Abigail: No, you'll be fine. Look, all those handouts from the Student Success Center, you just--you just link them onto your personal website, and you're good to go. I mean, honestly, nobody reads that stuff, anyway.
Austin: No kidding?
Abigail: Well, except for me, of course. I am going to be the Hermione Granger of your class, just sitting front and center, hand raised--essentially, a great, big pain in the butt.
Austin: No, not a big pain in the butt. You are a Godsend, Abby, and I gotta tell you, I have no idea how I would have got through today without you. So thank you.
Abigail: Yeah, no problem. Well, I have a--I have a meeting with financial aid in, like, ten minutes, so I should probably go.
Austin: Oh, yeah, please, go. I mean, you don't wanna be late for that, so...
Abigail: Yeah, seriously. They are handing out the work-study assignments today, and I really don't want to get stuck working the register at the Rat.
Austin: You know what? They told me that I'm entitled to a student assistant, but, um...I haven't had time to think about that. I don't know if that's something that you would be interested--
Abigail: I would love to be your student assistant.
Austin: I beat the rat?
Abigail: Oh, you have no idea.
Austin: Well, then, I'm gonna call my work-study coordinator and see what I can do, I--
Abigail: Right now?
Austin: Yeah! And... I happen to have that number in my hot little hand, um...
Austin: Yes, I think. I hope, uh...
Austin: It's a miracle. [Both laugh] Okay...
Yeah ooh la la la la feel the heat feel my heart, it's skipping an extra beat when I see you here with me feel the heat there's no denying we have chemistry even if it's only fantasy we're almost there the temperature is rising I find it's not surprising ooh la la ooh la la feel the heat do ya feel the heat do ya feel the heat
Austin: Ah, well.
Austin: Did I say no?
Abigail: It's yes? So I got the job?
Austin: If you don't mind being the assistant of a guy who gets lost walking to campus, then yes!
Abigail: That is awesome! Thank you.
Austin: No, no, I--you're welcome, and let me tell you something, Abby. I am the one who's getting the better end of this of this deal. I'll tell you that right now.
Abigail: Well, as your new student assistant, I can do whatever you need me to do to make your life easier.
Abigail: Where do you want to start?
Austin: Well, lunch, obviously.
Abigail: Oh, okay. Uh, what can I get you?
Austin: No, no, no. Lunch is on me, at the campus cafeteria.
Abigail: You want to go to lunch together?
Austin: All the grilled cheese you can eat.
Rafe: No, no, no, Fred. Listen, we totally appreciate what you have sent us from the public defender's office. What I'm trying to tell you is there's a big piece of the transcript missing. Yeah, I know, you've done me half a dozen solids on this already, but, can you just email me the rest of it? Okay. Great.
Carrie: Good, good--thanks for the ice. Here you go.
Bo: Good collar there, Detective Brady.
Hope: Yes, it was, Detective Brady. Do you want some coffee or tea?
Bo: Yeah, what kind of an idiot tries to take--
Bo: Yeah, coffee. Take down a pharmacy in broad daylight?
Hope: A strung out one.
Bo: Yeah. Well, now that we've rid the streets of a serial drug thief, shall we obsess about that key again?
Hope: You read my mind.
Bo: Thank you. [Groans] All right, we agree that the key belongs to a lock box or a safe deposit box, right?
Hope: Austin told me about this site where you can access financial public records. I thought maybe...I dig around in there and possibly, uh, something could jump out.
Bo: Oh, okay. Well, you're going to need a name.
Bo: And, considering how Mrs. H. hid that key, she probably used a pseudonym.
Bo: And I bet I know which one.
Matteo: They're an incredible band. They're from New Zealand. Oh, you've got to check 'em out.
Will: I will. They sound great.
Matteo: If you give me your email address, then I could just send... oh, well, you know what? I can't, cause, uh... can you meet up tomorrow? I can play their music on my iPod. It's just, they're not in mass distribution yet, so you can't even get them online yet.
Will: Yeah , yeah, that'd be cool.
Matteo: Cool, right on.
Will: Uh, but... I--I might have some stuff, so I'm going to have to check my schedule.
Matteo: Oh, okay.
Will: Thank you for the tip, though.
Sonny: So, I think I came up with a name for the coffee house.
Sonny: "Common Grounds." You know, this way people can feel like it's a place where they don't have to clique up, you know?
Matteo: I really like it. I mean, the double meaning and everything?
Sonny: Right, yeah. How about you, Will? Do you like it?
Will: Yeah, sure. Sure. Um, I'm late, though. I'm going to go. It was very nice to meet you, Matteo.
Matteo: Was it something I said?
Sonny: No, just, uh, don't take it personal.
Matteo: I'm not, but I mean, what the hell? I mean, he was fine until--until I asked him to hook up and listen to some music tomorrow.
Sonny: It's just hard for him.
Matteo: What is?
Sonny: He's just not there yet. Just not there.
Rafe: Bye. Okay. New witness.
Rafe: Yeah, really. Guy came forward, says he saw an older guy acting suspicious in the vicinity of the fire, right around the time the fire department was called. You can bet I'm going to follow up on that.
Carrie: Well, I'm reading the evidence statements that Fred sent.
Rafe: Yeah, and...
Carrie: And there are discrepancies everywhere. I mean, they're really tiny ones, but, if you add them up, I think I could help this kid.
Rafe: Wow, they're gre-- that's great. You sure you have time for this?
Carrie: Uh, it's not like much else is going on around here. And that potential client isn't so potential after all.
Rafe: Yeah, we're going to get cases, though. We will, Carrie.
Carrie: Paying ones, I hope.
Carrie: Otherwise, we can't keep this up much longer without them.
Abigail: You know what, I know that the cafeteria grilled cheese sounds promising--
Austin: Let me guess: It's not.
Abigail: That's putting it lightly. Why don't I go down to the Brady Pub? I'll pick up some cheeseburgers, and you can finish getting all settled in and, when I get back, we can get to work.
Austin: Sounds like the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Abigail: Okay, bogey.
Austin: Wow. You wouldn't think Casablanca was on your movie list.
Abigail: You kidding me? It's one of my top three favorites, as a matter of fact.
Austin: You know what? You are full of surprises, Abby.
Abigail: Yeah, I guess I am.
Hope: Got it.
Hope: Yep. Safe deposit box at Salem National under "A. Grayson."
Bo: Mrs. H.'S maiden name.
Hope: Yeah, but the only thing is this isn't where Gran did her banking. And there was no mention of the safe deposit box in her will, or in any of the other paperwork related to her estate.
Bo: Considering the way she hid the key--
Hope: Which I am now 1,001% sure opens the safe deposit box that we just tracked down.
Bo: Good work, Detective Brady.
Hope: Well, we're not done yet, are we? What is in this safe deposit box that Gran went to such great lengths to hide... and to keep a secret?
Mm-mmm I see you hiding in the shadows hmm mmm ooh ooh hiding in the shadows I see you hmm-hmm looking from the shadows ooh hiding in the shadows
On the next "Days of Our Lives" --
EJ: If you're thinking about declining this, you should think again.
Jennifer: You've got to be kidding me, this is not possible.
Hope: Legally, that box belongs to me now.
Lawyer: Actually, it doesn't.
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