Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 1/13/12
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Madison: Mmm, ooh, don't be afraid to go too deep. Harder! Oh, you know just how I like it. Oh, God, God, that's so good! Oh, you know how I like it.
Brady: I know that I do. You know, I've been practicing actually.
Madison: Mmm, I can tell. I don't know what happened to the massage therapist we booked but, honey, if you keep this up...
Madison: I'm not going to complain.
Brady: You know, I'm not complaining either, but this was supposed to be a couple's massage, wasn't it? I mean, when is my turn? I want a turn at this.
Quinn: Oh, so sorry, guys. Obviously my guy's running late. I just wanted to let you know, they're on their way and you'll be getting a discount when you check out.
Madison: Oh, perfect. Thank you.
Brady: Thanks. Well, we get a discount. Where you going?
Madison: You said something about wanting a turn? Going to have to lose the towel first.
Jennifer: So this is a key to a safe deposit box?
Hope: We managed to trace it to a local bank where it turns out Gran kept an account.
Jennifer: How did we not know this before?
Hope: Because, it was listed under "A. Grayson."
Jennifer: Gran's maiden name?
Bo: We got an appointment with the bank manager later. Hopefully, we'll get some answers from him.
Jennifer: This is so crazy. And this all started because you found those old bank account papers.
Bo: Yeah, and she's kept us on our toes ever since.
Hope: Yeah, we'd pretty much hit a dead end until we found this.
Jennifer: And then, I still cannot believe that this key was hidden in Grandma and Grandpa's plaque in the town square?
Bo: Ah, I'll get it.
Jennifer: Thank you. I mean, how is it possible? How is it possible that Grandma's kept these secrets from us for all these years? That's not her.
Hope: That's what I keep asking. But you know what, Jen? I have felt like Gran has been guiding me to this point for months now. I don't want to let her down.
Jennifer: Don't say that, you can never do that.
Hope: God, I hope not.
Jennifer: Oh, Abe, hey. Come on in.
Abe: Oh, uh, I'm sorry, did I come at a bad time?
Jennifer: No, no, not at all. I did not forget about our strategy meeting this afternoon. We're on.
Hope: Oh, the campaign. How's it going?
Abe: Well, uh, now that EJ can't sling mud at John anymore, the people are beginning to realize DiMera is just a one-issue candidate. We finally, finally have him on the ropes.
Nicole: Okay, I still don't understand why we're here, okay? I have work to do.
EJ: Not today, okay? Today, you're taking a self defense class.
Nicole: I know how to defend myself, and you. Not that the recent polls are any indication of that, but--
EJ: Nicole, we've said this. It's a momentary lapse, nothing more.
Nicole: But I don't have time to waste on some useless class when there's work to be done.
EJ: How many times do I have to tell you, okay? We cannot spend our entire lives running one campaign.
Nicole: Apparently at least one more time.
EJ: One more time. And listen, this is a good opportunity for you to, you know, keep an eye on Quinn.
Nicole: There it is. Quinn. Seriously? That's what this is about?
EJ: Look, Nicole, I know you don't like the guy, but I have money invested in that spa. We need to see what he's doing.
Nicole: Fine. I'll be your spy.
EJ: Good girl.
Sami: See? We can actually meet up for lunch even though we're totally busy people.
Rafe: And we don't even have to brown bag it.
Sami: Yeah! How's work with Carrie? I mean, she's bossy and annoying, but she is my sister.
Rafe: She's fine. Speaking of bosses, I can't believe yours actually let you have a lunch hour.
Sami: Oh, well, it's just the half hour.
Rafe: Oh, half hour? Generous.
Rafe: She treating you okay?
Sami: Yeah. I mean, actually, I've got to be honest. I pitched her this idea, and she was totally listening, and she respected my opinion. It's actually going really well.
Rafe: For now.
Sami: Yes, for now. Look, I have my eyes wide open about this, okay?
Sami: I know a lot of things have changed for us lately, but there's one thing that has stayed the same.
Rafe: What's that?
Sami: That I love you.
Rafe: Oh. Mwah! What? What is it?
[Cell phone rings]
EJ: "What?" I think the greeting you were looking for was "Hello."
EJ: There we are. See? Much better, much more, uh, polite. Where are you?
Will: At the pub. Why?
EJ: Stay there. I have another job for you.
Rafe: What is it? What's wrong?
Sami: Um, nothing. I just, just have a headache.
Rafe: A headache? Come here. Magic fingers. Oh, I got another, this works really well.
Hope: Jennifer told us the two of you are working on a new jobs program. She said it was going to be the centerpiece of your campaign, huh?
Jennifer: Oh, Abe, don't worry. I didn't tell them any more than that.
Bo: So, it's true.
Abe: Yeah, I do have a serious proposal that we're close to unveiling.
Bo: Close to--that's all you're going to give us?
Abe: I think you're going to have to wait until I make it public.
EJ: Ah, I got the distinct impression you were about to leave.
Will: You know what, you're worried that someone's gonna see us here together?
EJ: Not really, no. [Quietly] It's not like we're doing anything illegal.
Will: Well, I know you don't care, but, um, I hate doing this, and I already did one that clearly was illegal.
EJ: Oh, come on, please. So you stole some files from Abraham's computer about some jobs programs. It's not that big a deal.
Will: It was a big deal to me. He trusted me and then I, I used that to get the information that I wanted from him.
EJ: That's politics, my boy.
Will: No, it's not. It's blackmail.
EJ: Well, I'm surprised you're complaining because that's exactly what you tried to do to me earlier.
EJ: Why don't you think of our arrangement as, um, an apology for shooting me in the back all of those years ago, hm? All of these little tasks that I'm giving you, you can think of that as, uh, your gift to me so that I keep my mouth shut about that and your other questionable behavior.
Will: So, what do you want?
EJ: That's hardly the sort of attitude that I would expect from somebody in your position, William. You know, I think you're getting a little bit of a kick out of all these errands I'm giving you.
Will: Why would you think that?
EJ: Because I was your age once. Eager to prove myself to be a man. Come on, and be honest with me. Listen, when you connected that, that flash drive to Abe's computer, you were praying you didn't get caught. Didn't you feel a little bit of a rush, hmm? Didn't your heart beat a little bit faster? Didn't you feel it right in the moment?
Will: Stop, okay?
EJ: Hmm, come on.
EJ: William, it's just the two of us. You can be honest with me. Hmm? A little bit?
Brady: Oh. Mm, mm-mm, mm-mm.
Quinn: Okay, ready to get started?
Nicole: Oh, my God. You're my instructor?
Quinn: I'm the only instructor for private sessions, love. They didn't tell you that when you booked the appointment?
Nicole: I didn't book the appointment. EJ did.
Nicole: Yeah. He seems to think I need to protect myself from people like you.
Quinn: There's really no need.
Nicole: No? Oh, so the ex-pimp is reformed now? I don't think so.
Quinn: I'm seeing someone now, you know.
Nicole: Great, I don't think my sister will care and neither do I.
Quinn: I meant a therapist. I'm honestly trying to make a decent change in my life, Nicole. Work through some of the things that have been weighing me down.
Nicole: Well, that therapist ought to retire after treating you.
Quinn: Yeah, here's hoping. But look around you. I have a business that people seem to enjoy being part of. That's making their lives better. I'm completely legitimate now.
Nicole: So, what you see is what you get.
Quinn: That's right.
Nicole: Oh, okay.
Quinn: See, I do believe change is possible. Something tells me you do too.
Quinn: You're back with the Brit, aren't you? Still going strong?
Nicole: Okay, look. I paid for kickboxing, not for chit-chat. Clock is ticking, 'kay? Tick-tick-tick.
Quinn: You're right, it is. Give me your best shot.
Nicole: My pleasure.
Jennifer: Well, I still think it's really strange that Gran had someone leave that key in the plaque. This just keeps getting stranger and stranger.
Hope: You know what I find strange?
Jennifer: Here. What?
Hope: Thank you. Is that you actually think talking to me about Gran and this key is going to keep me from asking about you. And what's happening with Jack and Daniel. Not going to happen, Cuz.
Jennifer: Okay, um, well, I don't really even know where to begin. Because, I mean, I'm not someone who can't make up her mind, you know? And, at the same time, I have had these amazing men just waiting in limbo because I'm fickle.
Jennifer: Yes, fickle.
Hope: You're not fickle. You're in an incredible, difficult, complicated situation right now. Jen, you have two very different men fighting for your heart, and you've given pieces of it to both of them.
Jennifer: Yes, I know. But why did we ever think that this speed double-dating would help me choose the man I want to spend the rest of my life with?
Hope: I don't know, but what was the alternative?
Jennifer: I don't know. But you know what? Really, it doesn't matter, because Daniel didn't want to force me to choose, and Jack didn't want to be with me because it felt like it was by default, so they both just walked away.
Jennifer: And, you know what, I don't blame either one of them. Really, I don't.
Hope: Okay, so, Cuz, what are you going to do?
Jennifer: I don't know. I have no idea. I just--I want it to be easy. I look at you and Bo and I think, "Why can't I just be like you guys?" Why can't it just be easy like that?
Hope: Easy? You think our relationship is easy?
Jennifer: No, I don't. I know that you have been to hell and back, but, you know what, you're happy, you're together, you're committed.
Hope: Yeah, we are. And we love each other. We are committed. But the last thing it is is easy, believe me.
Jennifer: I know that. I don't mean to make assumptions.
Hope: Do you want a cookie?
Jennifer: I want a cookie. I don't mean to make assumptions about your marriage.
Hope: Relationships are not easy. Or perfect. You know that. Actually, you know what? Bo and I are going to therapy.
Jennifer: You are?
Hope: Mm-hmm. With Marlena. We want our marriage to be as healthy as can be.
Jennifer: Yeah, of course. Ri--yes.
Hope: It's been really hard for both of us. Dredging up all those painful memories. Bo doesn't like talking about his feelings.
Jennifer: He's got nothing on Jack.
Hope: I'll bet you had to drag Jack kicking and screaming to get help for his PTSD?
Jennifer: Yeah, how did you know?
Hope: It's nothing to be embarrassed about. Because he's doing what he needs to do. Every couple, oh, not every couple, but the most solid couples, they have issues. Have another cookie.
Sami: So I told Kate, we should go with someone who's more naturally beautiful. A model who's more like a girl next door. Someone that the customers will actually relate to.
Rafe: And she went for it?
Sami: Not only did she go for it, she actually said the idea was "genius."
Rafe: You're kidding.
Sami: I was shocked too. I totally had that look on my face.
Rafe: Look at you. Just got there, already making a name for yourself.
Sami: I already have the only name for myself that I actually want.
Sami: Mrs. Rafael Hernandez.
Rafe: Well, Mrs. Rafael Hernandez, I know that this new job comes with a lot of stress and pressure. A lot of weight on those shoulders. So if you need help looking at those naturally beautiful looking models, you just let me know, because I'm a team player.
Sami: Oh, really? Agent team player, thank you. Yeah. No! No.
Rafe: Don't hit me in the head.
Sami: You're the best, and I don't want this moment to ever end.
Will: What's this?
EJ: It's the name of the man I need you to meet.
EJ: Horton Town Square, near the cafe. He'll have an envelope. I need you to accept it on my behalf. You understand?
EJ: Good. Inside that envelope will be a further set of instructions. You carry those out. William. If you're thinking about declining this, you should think again.
Brady: Do me a favor. Do not move from this position.
Madison: Not for a million dollars, babe.
Brady: I'll be right back.
Nicole: Oh, ha, hey there, stranger.
Brady: How you doing? Taking a martial arts class or something? You liking that?
Nicole: Yeah, I am. I mean, taking a little break of course. I was just...
Brady: Martial arts is good for body and soul, isn't it?
Nicole: Yes, sensei.
Nicole: I don't know, there's something different about you.
Nicole: Can't quite put my finger on it.
Brady: I'm sober. That's it.
Nicole: Yeah, maybe that's it.
Madison: Baby, will you grab some fruit with the water? Hi.
Nicole: Or maybe not.
Bo: There's not one cop in the department who wants to hear the words "Mayor DiMera."
Jennifer: Yeah, well, they're not the only ones.
Hope: Hey, Brady, we need to get going. Our appointment at the bank is in, ooh, 20 minutes.
Abe: Oh, you know, Bo was telling me a little bit about this mysterious key that belonged to your grandmother. If I can help, just let me know.
Hope: Abe, thank you. You're so sweet. I appreciate it. I'll let you know if I find anything out. Cuz, I love you.
Bo: Good luck with this meeting that we don't know anything about.
Hope: You're not fickle.
Jennifer: I'm fickle.
Hope: You're not fickle!
Abe: You ready to get to work.
Jennifer: Yes, Abe, I am.
Abe: Mmm, all right, well, you certainly don't want to be caught off guard by DiMera's next move.
Rafe: Great shot of the two of you.
Sami: We took it that day we were looking at Salem U.
Rafe: That's right, yeah.
Sami: I was so proud of him. I mean, I am, proud of him. Going to college and everything that he's accomplishing, all his classes, stuff I didn't do. I haven't seen him smile like that in a long time.
Rafe: He'll come around.
Sami: I guess I just didn't think he would take breaking up with Gabi that hard.
Rafe: Well, she is a catch.
Sami: Of course, she is. She definitely is. I did not mean it like that.
Rafe: No, you know, I think that, uh, Will's having a hard time with this because he has such a big heart. Just like his mother.
Sami: Well, if he is anything like me, the break-up right now feels like the end of the world to him.
Rafe: Well, a thing about broken hearts at Will's age, they always heal.
Will: I don't get it. Why don't you just meet him?
EJ: Because I have plans. Don't be so sour. You might actually enjoy this assignment. Good.
Brady: Uh, I'm going to go track Quinn down. Try to find that fruit.
Madison: Um, okay.
Brady: Be back.
Nicole: So, uh, you and Brady, huh?
Madison: Yep. Me and Brady.
Nicole: It's funny, I could have sworn you said you would never want to hook up with him.
Madison: Ha ha, I said that, didn't I? I did said that.
Nicole: So we're out of the denial phase?
Madison: We are definitely out of the denial phase.
Nicole: Good, because girlfriend, it was so hard for me to keep my mouth shut when you said you would never be interested in that!
Madison: It was probably about as hard as it was for me when you denied you wanted to be involved with EJ again.
Nicole: Okay, but at least I could admit I was on the fence about it.
Madison: While you were serving him divorce papers.
Nicole: Okay, touché. Seriously, though, Brady is a real catch. And I will always care about him.
Madison: I know. He said the same thing about you.
Nicole: Well, I am glad that he is with someone who makes him happy, because he deserves it, and it's something that he has always wanted. To find a woman who can truly be free to love him back.
Jennifer: Abe, do you have any idea when you want to announce your plan?
Abe: Well, you know, now that John's teaser's at his press conference, I definitely want to do it sooner rather than later.
Jennifer: Well, you know, it's funny, I was thinking maybe--maybe you could do it at one of the factories that could possibly reopen from your program. I mean, I think that would be a great background and really frame the issue for the voters.
Abe: You know, I--I thought so too at first, but now I'm not so sure. You know, it'll play like, uh, a photo op, something that'll run on the 6:00 news and then be forgotten.
Jennifer: Yeah, you're right, you have a point. Scratch that.
Abe: You know, this area has been hit so hard by the recession. And there are so many people out there struggling to feed their families at night. Photo ops are nice, and speeches can be motivated, but it doesn't really show them that I actually understand what they're going through. I mean, they don't need another political show. They need answers, they need help.
Jennifer: You're right and, you know what, you are going to give that to them, Abe.
Abe: Which is why I wanted to make sure that my program had tax incentives for companies to relocate their manufacturing plants here in Salem--we got to get those factories and warehouses and shipping yards up and running and create jobs right here, where they're needed most. What?
Jennifer: Abe, this is incredible. I mean, if the voters could see your passion and your dedication to this town, the election would be over today.
Sami: What time do you think you'll be home?
Rafe: Oh, definitely in time for the dinner I believe you're making.
Sami: It is my turn.
Rafe: Yes. I'm actually heading over to see Abe and Jen about a potential gig working security for his campaign.
Sami: Really? Is that going to interfere with, um, working with Carrie?
Rafe: Shouldn't, unless there's a mad rush for missing cats.
Sami: All right, well, fingers crossed.
Rafe: Do that, please. I love you.
Sami: I love you. See you later.
Rafe: See you.
Will: Mr. French? Um, I work for EJ DiMera. You have something for me? What's going on? Is that a TV camera?
EJ: I wouldn't worry about it.
EJ: Did you find Mr. French?
Will: I did.
Will: These were in the envelope that he gave me.
EJ: Thank you.
Will: You know, um, I'm just curious, why did you make it seem like I was about to do something illegal?
EJ: What, you didn't enjoy your little task?
Will: No, it was fine, but if you wanted your fancy sports car delivered, you could have just said so.
EJ: Now where would be the fun in that, eh? So tell me, you enjoy driving it?
Will: Uh, yeah. What's not to like? Zero to 60 in five seconds, tops out at 240, the sound system alone probably costs half of my college tuition, probably the coolest car that I'll ever drive.
EJ: Or the coolest car you ever had.
EJ: It's your car, William. You own it.
Bo: Manager said he wouldn't be long.
Hope: That was ten minutes ago.
Bo: Actually, it was five minutes ago. Good thing we didn't stop at the coffee shop. You're a bit wired.
Bo: No, no, it's okay. You're--it's understandable.
Hope: It's just all these questions about Gran and what she was doing. It's frustrating. We have no answers, nothing.
Bo: We don't have any answers yet, but we'll get some soon.
Hope: What if whatever she kept in that box, what if it just leads to more questions?
Nicole: And then, when he told me that--
Brady: All right, excuse me. This cannot be good, the two of you laughing like this. What's going on?
Nicole: Oh, don't be so insecure.
Madison: What? What are you worried about? Don't--don't--what makes you think we're talking about you anyway?
Brady: That's enough, because I don't like this.
Madison: Honey, you have nothing to worry about. You know that, right?
Brady: I'm aware of that.
Madison: Good. I have another massage to go and get ready for now, so, if you'll excuse me. Uh, always good to see you, Nicole. Good luck with the campaign.
Nicole: Thank you. Hey, you better vote for us.
Madison: Mm, I don't know.
Nicole: I like her.
Brady: Mm-hmm, I like her too.
Nicole: I can see that.
Brady: I'm glad I ran into you, actually.
Nicole: Oh, yeah, why's that?
Brady: Well, you look happy. You look happy. It's very strange.
Nicole: I am happy. And thank you for not making a crack about EJ.
Nicole: I can see that's a lot of restraint on your part.
Brady: I'm trying very hard not to say anything about it, yeah.
Nicole: Look, I know how you feel about EJ, and that's probably never going to change.
Brady: It's never going to change, probably not.
Nicole: But he has changed.
Brady: If you say so.
Nicole: I do.
Brady: He's changed?
Nicole: He has! He shows me every day. And don't laugh, but I really, I really think it's going to work out for us this time.
Nicole: Zip it! Zip!
Jennifer: So we've been working here because we're ready to announce a big plan, and it really is our top priority to keep things under wraps right now.
Rafe: Hi. All right, so that's why you're interested in having me control the security?
Abe: Uh, well, actually, uh, we have different reasons for requesting your services.
Rafe: Is everything okay?
Jennifer: Yeah, yeah, everything's great, it's just, the campaign is really kicking into high gear, and, uh, that's part of the problem.
Rafe: What do you mean?
Jennifer: Well, there's an increase in number of people that are showing up at our events, and our security, they just can't handle a crowd that size.
Rafe: Oh, okay. So what would you need me to do?
Jennifer: Well, what we need you to do is, uh, just, consult with them about crowd control and possibly cover Abe's private detail.
Abe: Sound like something you might be interested in?
Rafe: Listen, to be honest with you, I just, uh, I'm opening a new business with Carrie.
Jennifer: Uh, yeah, I know. It's a law firm with a private investigation component, right?
Rafe: That's right, yeah.
Abe: So you don't think you have the time?
Rafe: I'm sure I can fit you in my schedule somewhere.
Jennifer: Is that a yes?
Rafe: Yes, that is yes.
Jennifer: That is fantastic. Thank you so much, Rafe. Thank you. Welcome aboard.
Abe: Hey, I tell you, I'm looking forward to having you on board.
Jennifer: Yeah, this is good. This is really good, 'cause now, Abe, he can work on his campaign strategy and worry about policy initiatives at this point.
Rafe: Ah, well, it sounds to me like the two of you know what it's gonna take to win this race.
Abe: Well, one thing I have learned is that you can't take anything for granted when you're running against DiMera.
Will: I don't understand. You're giving me a sports car.
EJ: I mean, unless you'd like to return it.
Will: Very funny. Take 'em.
EJ: It's your car.
Will: Why are you doing this?
EJ: Well, you can think of it as being a...perk of the job.
Will: A perk?
EJ: A perk of the job. You see, you work for me now. Now that means that when you're out and about, you represent me. Okay? You represent my family, you represent my campaign. William, I can't have you driving around in some petrol-guzzling European thing. You represent me now, okay? When people see you, they see me. You understand? Look, if you don't like the color...
Will: No, the color's...the color's fine. Yeah, it's all right. It'll have to do.
[Cell phone rings]
Sami: Hey, Kate. Yeah, no, actually I have the file with me right now. You want me to bring it by your house? Yes, of course, yes. I'm on my way. Bye.
Hope: Hey, hi.
Alex: Sorry to keep you waiting. I'm Alex Simpson, the branch manager.
Hope: Hi, I'm Hope Brady. This is my husband--
Bo: Bo Brady.
Hope: Thank you so much for making the time to see us.
Alex: Please. How can I help you?
Hope: Uh, well, my grandmother was Alice Horton, and, um, well, I'm sure you know about a year ago she passed away. I'm the executor of her estate, and it's just recently come to our attention that she had a safe deposit box here that wasn't listed under her original estate.
Alex: Do you know why that was?
Hope: Yeah, because it was under her maiden name "A. Grayson," and we believe this is the key to that box.
Alex: You're right, it is.
Hope: Great. So can we have the box, please?
Alex: There's just one problem.
Bo: What's that?
Alex: I can't allow you access to the safety deposit box. I'm sorry.
Hope: No, no, no, Mr. Simpson. I'm sorry, because I'm the executor of my grandmother's estate. Legally, that box belongs to me now.
Alex: Actually, it doesn't, because the safety deposit box didn't belong just to your grandmother.
Hope: What do you mean, the safe deposit box didn't belong just to my grandmother?
Alex: There are two names on the account, okay? Your grandmother's and the other signee. The terms of the account stipulate that both parties have to be present in order to open the box.
Hope: So unless we know who she shared the box with this key is useless to us.
Brady: Oh, it was definitely worth the wait.
Madison: Hmm, I don't know. I've had better. I prefer the massage techniques you were practicing on me earlier.
Brady: So do I.
Madison: Thank you so much for today. It was a much-needed distraction from figuring out what I'm going to do with the rest of my life.
Brady: Well, you, young lady, you do have some big decisions coming up. Do you become the CEO of Titan Enterprises, or do you suffer the wrath of saying no to Victor Kiriakis?
Madison: Thank you! That's so nice of you, because when you say it like that, it really makes it seem like I don't have a choice.
Brady: You have a choice. Don't worry about my grandfather. Just do what's right for you, okay?
Madison: Easy for you to say.
Brady: I'll make you a deal.
Brady: I'll give you pointers on how to handle Victor if you tell me what the hell you and Nicole were laughing about out there.
Madison: Not a chance, buster.
Brady: I want to know-- I have news for you, sweetie. I have ways of making people talk.
Madison: Oh, yeah? Well, I seem to recall I have ways of keeping you from talking. So I'm not really worried.
Brady: Oh, whoa, I--
Quinn: Whoa, good session. You are in excellent shape.
Nicole: Well, I could have told you that myself.
Quinn: A few more sessions and you'll be more than able to hold your own against anyone.
Nicole: Oh, I already can.
Quinn: True that.
Nicole: Uh, Quinn.
Nicole: Remember what you were talking about before about how you've changed? You know what, I really didn't want to admit this, but you're right. People can change. EJ's changed, I've changed, and maybe you can change too.
Rafe: Well, this area here you could use for staging. Keep people back 15, 20 feet.
Jennifer: All right, that's good. I like that, that's great.
Jennifer: Oh, will you excuse me for one second? What? You've got to be kidding me. This is not possible!
Abe: What--what is it?
Jennifer: There's got to be some kind of mistake.
EJ: [On TV] Now, the most important thing that I have to do as mayor of Salem is to increase jobs. And you do that by increasing revenue within the local community. The way in which you go about doing that is by establishing tax incentives. You want to encourage major national manufacturing organizations to come in and use the resources that we have available. For example, we have a large number of abandoned warehouses and factories along the waterfront. If we can use these...
Jennifer: God, this can't be happening, Abe.
EJ: ...Resources that we already have...
Abe: How the hell did DiMera get his hands on my plan?
EJ: ...Reinvigorate these communities.
EJ: So we understand each other?
Will: Yeah, we do. It's just that no one's ever given me anything like this before.
EJ: William, a sports car? A sports car is just the beginning of what I can put within your reach. Here.
Sami: What the hell?
On the next "Days of Our Lives" --
Nicole: Ow, hey!
Jennifer: We need to talk.
Hope: That's not just a pattern, it's an M.O.
Bo: But it's not Mrs. H.'s M.O.
Sami: How do you think Rafe is going to feel when he finds out that you wanted to work for EJ?
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