Days Transcript Tuesday 6/12/12

Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 6/12/12

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Officer: The person who posted your bail is on their way up to see you.

Will: Great, is it my mom or my dad?

Officer: Just wait here.

Roman: Hey, John.

John: Whoa, twice in one day. Must be another official visit since you brought your shadow.

Roman: You do know Officer Kent.

John: You keep dropping in like this, we're gonna be best friends before you know it. [Chuckles]

Marlena: Roman, we did as you asked. We went to the precinct and took the gunshot residue test.

Roman: I heard, and you both passed with flying colors.

John: We told you earlier we didn't shoot Stefano, as much as we would love to take credit for it.

Roman: And I'm starting to believe that.

John: All right.

Marlena: Then why are you both here?

Roman: I didn't want you to hear this on the news. We have a suspect. We made an arrest.

John: And who's that?

Roman: Will.

John: Will? Come on, what the hell are you talking about?

Roman: He admitted to buying an unregistered gun the night of the shooting. Lucas took it from him, but Will managed to steal it back.

Marlena: You said it was Abe's gun that shot Stefano.

Roman: And I also told you that Will's fingerprints were all over Abe's gun.

John: Well, yeah, well, so were mine. And so were hers, Bo, Hope--half of Salem. Roman, come on.

Roman: There's more, there's more. That gunshot residue test you took and passed? We asked Will to take the same test. He didn't pass. He fired a gun the night of the shooting.

Marlena: It doesn't mean he shot Stefano. It does not mean he's the killer.

Roman: You seem pretty sure of that.

Marlena: I'd stake my life on it.

Roman: 'Cause Will's your grandson... or because you know who actually did pull the trigger?

Lucas: Well, there were a lot of things about Will we didn't know. Why he was working for EJ, why he was being blackmailed.

Sami: Obviously he wanted to keep things from us, including the fact that he was gay. Just... feel like I don't even know my own son anymore.

Lucas: The only thing we need to know now is he's the number-one suspect in Stefano's murder, and we have to help him.

Sami: You're absolutely right.

Lucas: And to do that, there's one thing we have to make sure of... that no one ever finds out that will shot EJ and tried to kill him.

Sami: How long have you been standing there?

Rafe: Long enough.

EJ: A simple "thank you" will suffice, William.

Will: You posted my bail?

EJ: You're a free man. Till the trial anyway.

Will: Uh, I don't get it. I thought you never wanted to see my face again. You fired me. Does this mean, what, you changed your mind? I have my job back?

EJ: No. My humanitarian gesture did not have anything to do with making amends. As with everything in life, there are conditions.

Rafe: So you were talking about Will?

Sami: Yeah.

Lucas: Yeah, yeah, he's been arrested.

Rafe: Oh, I heard. That's why I stopped in here. I saw the two of you, I was hoping to get some information.

Sami: Why? Wait, how did you even know? It just happened.

Rafe: I'm back on the force. I've been reinstated.

Sami: That means you can help Will.

Rafe: Well, I'll do what I can. I have to be objective, of course.

Sami: But my dad, he trusts your judgment. I mean, you have to make him see how ridiculous it is that he would arrest his own grandson for murder.

Rafe: Yeah, well, unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. It's not that simple.

Sami: Look, you're not gonna hold what happened between you and me against him, right?

Rafe: You're not really going there right now, are you?

Sami: Look, I know. I know how you feel about Will. I know that you know what a good person he is. I know you don't think that he is capable of murder.

Rafe: Well, no, I've got to be honest with you. I have a really hard time thinking the kid pulled the trigger.

Lucas: That's because he didn't do it, right?

Rafe: Well, right, and that's exactly why I'm here. I just want to ask him a few questions, see if he knows what happened at the DiMera mansion last night. That's it, all right? Now trust me, just because will has been arrested for Stefano's murder does not mean that I'm gonna stop looking for the killer. All right?

Sami: Thank you.

Rafe: Yeah. And hopefully in the meantime, you're getting will a good lawyer.

Sami: Oh, yeah, we're on it.

Rafe: Okay. Did you call Carrie?

Sami: No. No, I am not involving her in this.

John: So now we can't defend will without you suspecting us. So listen, Roman, if you think we're guilty, why don't you just go ahead and arrest us right now?

Marlena: Yes, put us both behind bars and let Will go.

Roman: That's not the way it works, you know that, Marlena.

Marlena: What is wrong with you? Have you forgotten that Will is your grandson?

Roman: Not for one damn minute.

Marlena: Well, then, what are you doing?

Roman: What am I doing? I'm following police procedure here. Because based on the evidence, that is all I can do right now. I don't need to tell either one of you how serious this is. Stefano's murder is major news. Every step of our investigation is being put under a microscope by press outlets around the country. The governor's office is all over this. So we can't afford to make one single mistake.

Marlena: It's too late. You've made the worst one. You arrested Will. He did not shoot Stefano.

Roman: You know what, Marlena? I love him too. And unfortunately, the facts right now speak for themselves. At this point in our investigation, Will is the one who looks incredibly guilty.

John: Yeah, but you don't really believe that, do you? I mean, that's why you're here, isn't it? Thought this news about Will might shock either one of us into confessing, didn't you?

Roman: John, you know me. If I have ever been anything, every step of the way, it's honest. Brutally honest, as a matter of fact, because that's the only way I know how to be. So no, I did not come here with ulterior motives. I do want to solve this case, and I'm not gonna play games. Especially when my grandson is being charged with murder. Now I get both of you are upset. So am I. So here is a little more brutal honesty. Every conversation I've had with the people who I love and trust the most in this world, I get a very strong feeling that somebody is lying to me.

Will: Conditions, huh?

EJ: I mean, you didn't seriously think I'd pay your bail out of the goodness of my heart, did you? Didn't think so.

Will: Okay, why? Is it because you know I didn't shoot Stefano?

EJ: I don't really have an opinion as to your innocence or guilt when it comes to my father's murder. I did it for the same reason that I do most things in life, William: Because it serves my purposes.

Will: I don't get it.

EJ: Well, allow me to break it down for you. I help you, you help me. See, I do something for you, and you do anything for me. Once again, William, I own you.

Sami: Yeah, we decided to use this really great lawyer. He's the best.

Rafe: Good.

Lucas: Yeah. Justin. He's gonna call us as soon as he can.

Rafe: Justin?

Sami: He's in court.

Rafe: Oh, yeah. No, I know Justin. He's--he's, uh... he's good. He is good. But he's a little bit outside of his area of expertise in this case. You know, he does corporate law, all right? Now will, he's waiting over there. He's waiting to get bailed out. So maybe you just pick up the phone, you call Carrie, and that's it.

Sami: Are you kidding? I mean, she got her law degree in Switzerland in, like, two months.

Rafe: That's not true.

Sami: Well, whatever. I'm sure you know all of the details--

Rafe: Wow.

Sami: But I know that you think she's perfect, and that you think she's fantastic and brilliant and all of those things. I don't think she's the best lawyer in the world.

Lucas: All right, Sami, that's enough.

Sami: It's true. And what's most important in a lawyer is someone you trust, and that's not Carrie.

Rafe: Okay, if this has something to do with my relationship with Carrie--

Sami: You think?

Rafe: Never happened.

Sami: Right, right, right, right--

Rafe: She's with Austin, she's happy. I figured you'd know that.

Sami: I don't talk to her that much. I figured you'd know that. Why are you pushing for us to use Carrie so hard anyway?

Rafe: I'm not.

Sami: Is it that you're having trouble with the fact that she's actually trying to make her marriage work--which I'm sure is a shocking concept for you. Or that you're dealing with Rosemary's baby? I mean Nicole.

Lucas: All right, time out. Come on.

Rafe: The only reason that I suggested Carrie was because I thought she could have a positive outcome in Will's case. Which is what I thought was important here. Evidently not. Or maybe it's just because you can never stop thinking about yourself. Not even for one minute.

John: Well, then you are accusing us of lying.

Roman: John, I asked all of you if you'd been in the mansion last night. You all lied to me. So I hope that's the end of that. So if either one of you knows anything--anything at all--that you haven't told me yet, now would be an excellent time to do that.

[Phone ringing]

Roman: Station. Excuse me.

Marlena: Will must be terrified being locked up there like an animal. John, we've got to go over there.

Roman: Most likely, he's gone by now.

Marlena: Why do you say that?

Roman: He's out. He made bail.

Marlena: Oh, thank God.

John: No, no, no. Who posted it?

Roman: None other than Junior.

Marlena: Why would EJ post his bail?

Roman: Good question.

Will: Okay, you own me. So you do me the favor of getting me out of here, and then I owe you for how long?

EJ: Till you're paid up.

Will: Yeah, um, no, thanks. I don't need your help.

EJ: No?

Will: No, I actually have a family, and they are probably on their way right now to post my bail.

EJ: Oh, I don't have any doubt that they are, old boy. But it seems to me that there are certain aspects of this case that, um, they really can't help you with.

Will: Like what?

EJ: The district attorney is building a pretty substantial case against you.

Will: Yeah, they know some things, but I'm not the only suspect.

EJ: No, that's very true. I mean, I-I should be the first person to say that there are some significant holes in the case that they have. For example, they would need to prove that, uh, you know how to handle a firearm. They would need to prove that you had a motive for wanting to kill my father, and I can't think of any reason that you would want him dead, can you?

Will: Nope.

EJ: Well, good. Can I ask you a question?

Will: Shoot.

EJ: How much do you think that it would strengthen their case if they were to find out that you had experience handling a firearm? If they were to find out that you had used a firearm with the intent to kill someone? Because, William, it seems to me that that rather potent piece of information would speak to capability, would speak to motivation. And if a jury were to find out that it were me who you tried to kill, I think that would speak to the integrity of your character, William. So that crosses character off the list. Now let's go to motivation, shall we? If they were to find out that my father was blackmailing you with said information, you'd certainly have a reason to want him dead, would you not?

Will: That's not fair. You already used that to get me to work for you. So you can't blackmail me twice over the same thing.

EJ: [Chuckles] William, there's not a statute of limitations when it comes to your dubious personal history. Your previous experience with firearms and my family is a little bit like the gift that keeps on giving.

Will: But I didn't shoot Stefano. And if you do this and you put me away, then the real murderer is just gonna walk free. Why would you want that?

EJ: Look... how do I know that you're not his killer? I mean, what better way to honor my father's life than to put his killer in jail for the rest of his life?

Will: But what you're saying is that you'd be okay with me not being convicted as long as you get what you want, which is me doing whatever you tell me to do.

EJ: You know, William, I'm really beginning to admire your mental acuity. I think you and I are finally beginning to understand one another.

Sami: How dare you? My son is the most important thing in the world to me, and I am never thinking of myself more than him. I would hire anyone if I thought it would give Will an edge.

Rafe: Well, if you say so.

Sami: You know what? I don't have to stand here and take your condescension. I'm out of here.

Rafe: Just trying to help Will.

Sami: Yeah, well, he doesn't need your help, Rafe. 'Cause you know what? He's innocent, and he is going to beat this.

Rafe: Well, I hope you're right. Hope you're right.

[Phone beeping]

Sami: Lucas, can we just go?

Lucas: Yeah, let's get out of here.

Rafe: Hold on. He's out.

Lucas: What do you mean he's out?

Rafe: Will made bail.

Sami: What?

Rafe: He made bail.

Sami: That's--that's amazing.

Lucas: It must have been Justin. He must've gotten our message when he got out of court.

Sami: Wait, that means he's still at the police station, right? Let's--let's go.

John: EJ DiMera. That's interesting. Considering the man never does anything out of the goodness of his heart.

Roman: You took the words right out of my mouth. If EJ posted bail for Will, there sure as hell is something in it for him.

Marlena: Like what?

Roman: I don't know. Makes me wonder if EJ owes Will something. Or maybe the other way around. Or--

Marlena: Or you're thinking that there's a conspiracy between Will and EJ? That somehow will is doing EJ's dirty work?

Roman: I'm not discounting anything at this point. After all, Will did work for EJ.

Marlena: EJ fired him. And there is no conspiracy going on, and if you think about it for just a minute, you'll remember that will couldn't hurt anyone.

Will: Okay, honestly, you don't have to twist my arm. Just hire me back. I actually like working for you.

EJ: Did you? Did you like that nice sports car you were zipping around town in? Did you like having your friends over to that penthouse apartment so they could enjoy the view?

Will: Well, yeah, of course. I mean, but I also like the actual job and the responsibility.

EJ: You like the power, William. You like the power.

Will: Yeah. So, great, just put me back on the payroll.

EJ: It's not that easy.

Will: Well, it can be. Why can't it?

EJ: You know the answer to that question. You betrayed my trust, William, and it's going to take you a very long time to earn it back.

Will: I already apologized for that. I'm sorry. I didn't want to tell Rafe about you and my mom, but I didn't have a choice. Stefano was blackmailing me. I--we went--

EJ: We've been through that, William, several times. Do you know the quality that I admire most in an employee? Loyalty. When my father threatened you, you should've come to me.

Will: He was--he didn't threaten me. He blackmailed me. Which, by the way, is the same thing that you're doing to me right now.

EJ: You're incredibly shortsighted, you know that. You're not stupid, William. You backed the wrong horse, mate. He's out, I'm in. Tough luck.

Will: Okay. Here's the thing, though. I know that if you were in my position right now, you wouldn't stand here and take this. Not for a second. So why do you expect me to?

EJ: Because I'm me and you're you. And I hold all the cards, William.

Will: Not exactly. Yeah, you know, I didn't work for you as long as I did without finding a few things that you probably wouldn't want made public, Mr. Mayor.

[Train whistle blowing]

EJ: Are you threatening me, William?

Will: I don't know. I mean, if that's what it sounded like, I guess so.

EJ: You have some nerve.

Will: I'm just not as stupid as you seem to think that I am.

EJ: Okay. Maybe "stupid" was a little bit harsh. But you're foolish. You're very foolish. I'd take back that last remark, if I were you.

Will: No, I don't think so, because, uh... you know some stuff about me, I know some stuff about you. We're even.

EJ: That's stupid. You might want to think long and hard about what happened the last time you tried to bluff me, and how that worked out for you. You thought you could get away with murder, didn't you? Or at least attempted murder.

Will: You don't know what you're talking about. My dad shot you, not me.

EJ: Let me tell you something: The next time you try and pull something like this, especially to a DiMera, you better make sure they don't have any secrets on you.

Will: You've made your point.

EJ: Unfortunately for you, William, I have only just begun. If, as you say, you're aware of some occasions on which I may have crossed a line or wandered into an ethical grey area, you'll know what kind of man I am. And you'll know exactly what I do to protect what is dear to me. And that, William, that is a threat.

Marlena: I spoke to Will the day EJ fired him. He was upset. That was not an act.

Roman: You sure about that?

Marlena: I know Will. Perhaps better than all of you do.

John: But you're not convinced about that, are you?

Marlena: You know, I-I don't believe this, that I'm having to defend Will to all of you.

John: Hey, hey, hey, hey, easy, Doc. The madder you get, the guiltier you look in Roman's book. That's kind of the way it works nowadays, isn't it?

Roman: You know what? This isn't helping.

Marlena: It seems like the only person you care about here, really, is Stefano.

Roman: You got to be kidding me. What? The only damn thing Stefano is to me here is a dead body and a murder victim.

Marlena: And that's what he deserves. And just because you're on this case right now does not mean you get to forget everything you know about the people you love. I don't know how you sleep, suspecting all of us.

Roman: I don't sleep, Marlena. And I hate every second of it, but I got no choice here. So if I happen to be asking you questions that upset you, well, stop taking it so damn personally and help me solve the case.

EJ: So tell me... are you going to work for me, or not?

Sami: Will? Oh, my God, I'm so glad you're out.

Will: Hey.

Sami: Oh, God. Is Justin with the judge?

Will: Uh, not that I know of.

Sami: What is he doing here?

Will: Yeah, Justin didn't pay my bail.

Lucas: You paid Will's bail?

Sami: Why?

EJ: You really need to ask me why I posted William's bail?

Lucas: Yeah, yeah, I guess we do.

EJ: Because I saw an opportunity to help a young man in need, the same reason you would've done, Lucas. You're welcome.

Sami: We'll, um, Iíll pay you back, of course.

EJ: It's fine.

Rafe: You do know what the charges are against him, why he was arrested?

EJ: Yeah.

Rafe: Right. Well, it sort of begs the question--why did you want to see him out?

EJ: Because I don't think that William had anything to do with shooting my father, do you?

Rafe: Oh.

EJ: Do any of you?

Lucas: No, we don't. But we care about him, and you don't, do you? 'Cause you fired him. You fired him because he couldn't be trusted. So why help him now? Why--why this sudden act of generosity?

EJ: Lucas, the young lad was arrested for murder. So angry or not, I'm not about to abandon him in his hour of need.

Sami: Okay, Will, why don't you tell us what's going on?

Will: Um... nothing, really, I... I mean, I'm--I'm out. He posted my bail. I'm a free man. I can leave right now. I think I owe him a thank you. Can we go now because--before the judge changes his mind?

EJ: Speaking of which, I have some business that I need to attend to.

Sami: Hey, uh, EJ... thanks.

EJ: Samantha.

Sami: [Sighs] Come on.

Lucas: Hey, wait a second. Just between us. You buying any of this?

Rafe: Hmm.

Roman: I am sorry it has to be this way.

John: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Just doing your job, we know.

Roman: Look, I knew coming over here it wasn't gonna be easy, but I thought I owed it to both of you...

John: Mm-hmm.

Roman: To tell you the news about Will in person.

Marlena: Thank you for that.

Roman: You know what? This isn't fun for me either. And, like you, I hope that our investigation turns up other facts that prove that Will had nothing to do with Stefano's murder.

John: I see. So you're expecting us to believe that this investigation of yours is gonna be ongoing even though you think you have Stefano's killer.

Roman: Again, John, you know me. So you should know that answer is yes, we will continue this investigation in earnest. We have a corpse. Will has been charged with murder. But I guarantee you that this is hardly a done deal. As a matter of fact, my gut tells me this case is gonna chew up a few other people before we close the file on it.

John: Well, you know what? That's the only thing he said tonight that I believe.

Rafe: Sorry about that.

Lucas: No, it's no problem. What were you saying before?

Rafe: Well, just that I have a few more questions as to why EJ posted Will's bail.

Lucas: He had to have known as soon as Sami and I heard that we would've done the same thing. We would've posted his bail. He just wanted to beat us to it.

Rafe: Yeah. Well, I was watching him while he was doing his little pitch as to how Will couldn't possibly be responsible for Stefano's murder.

Lucas: What do you think about that? Was that real?

Rafe: I don't know. What I do know is that there aren't a hell of a lot of people who'd be nice to the person who was just arrested for killing their father. Unless, of course, EJ knows something that he's not telling us.

Lucas: Well, he's a DiMera through and through. He doesn't do anything without a reason. Question is what?

Rafe: Yeah. That's what I plan on finding out.

Lucas: Wait. Wait a second, Rafe.

Rafe: Yeah.

Lucas: Uh, I'm really sorry about what Sami said earlier about Carrie. It was out of line.

Rafe: Don't worry about it. But, uh, if you do have the opportunity to get through to her, you should, because I think Carrie's Will's best bet on beating this.

Roman: Rafe, I need to speak with you.

Rafe: Yeah.

Roman: Lucas, do you mind?

Lucas: No, no, not at all. That's my cue. I know when to leave.

Rafe: All right.

Lucas: Good luck.

Rafe: Thanks.

Roman: I hear Will made bail courtesy of Mayor DiMera himself.

Rafe: Yeah. News travels fast, huh?

Roman: Yeah, bad news especially. I mean, you know this makes will look even guiltier.

Rafe: Yeah.

Roman: So John and Marlena want my head on a platter. But we got to be realistic here. We got to check all the possibilities.

Rafe: Yeah. Well, Lucas and I, we were just batting around the same question. Now why in God's name would EJ come down here to bail out will in such a hurry, right? Unless, um... all right, look, obviously he's up to something. But the idea that EJ and Will are somehow working on this cover-up together? I don't know. I think I'm with John and Marlena on this one.

Roman: You know what, Rafe? I would give my left arm to be wrong about this, but I got a feeling that EJ's not the only one holding out here. I think that Will is hiding something too, and if it's the same thing, then--

Rafe: Yeah. Well, you're right. He has changed a lot in the last few months.

Roman: Yeah, I never did get why he went to work for EJ. I mean, after all... I mean, it was his mother he saw EJ with.

Rafe: Yeah. Well, I think he always blamed her more than him. I also think that he went to work for EJ as some sort of way to punish her, to hurt her. It worked.

Roman: Yeah, yeah, maybe at the start that was what it was, but I-I got the impression that eventually he really enjoyed his job.

Rafe: Well, yeah. Come on, think about it, right? Will's a kid. EJ's given him a fancy apartment, a new car, independence from his parents. Who doesn't want that, right?

Roman: Right, that is a very good point. I'm not sure at his age I would've been strong enough to turn those things down.

Rafe: Exactly. That's what I'm saying.

Roman: Lot of puzzle pieces flying around here, none fitting together. But when we get those right pieces, it will work out. It always does.

EJ: And I'll take the most handsome casket money can buy. Oh, and red roses, please. As many as you can find. This was Stefano DiMera we're talking about, okay? Thank you.

Waitress: Shall I bring your check, Mr. Mayor?

EJ: No. Oh, actually, uh, I'll have a refill, please. Sorry, I forgot. I have to make a phone call.

Sami: Hey, Will, let me make you a sandwich. I mean, you just got out of jail. I bet they didn't feed you in there.

Will: That's okay. I was in there for a few hours.

Sami: Well, it's a few hours too many. Come on, just let me take care of you for a little bit. I mean, I can't believe that my father actually put you in prison.

Will: It's okay, it's not a big deal, seriously. And I should probably go--

Sami: Oh, Lucas, I'm glad you're here. Please talk some sense into your son. He's trying to leave already. He just got out of jail.

Lucas: Just humor your mother, okay? She was worried about you. We both were.

Sami: And now that we're all here, we should actually talk also about making sure we stick to the same story. We want to make sure that no one finds out Stefano was blackmailing you.

Will: Oh, you told Dad already?

Sami: Will, it's your dad. He had to know. We have to work together on this. We have to make sure Rafe doesn't find out. We have to make sure my dad doesn't find out. If the police know any of it, that's your motive.

Will: What? I mean, are you starting to rethink this and think maybe I did shoot Stefano?

Sami: We have to make sure we don't give the police anything new that they can use against you.

Will: Well, wow, that's a ringing endorsement from my mother.

[Phone ringing]

Sami: Will--

Will: I've got to take this.

Sami: Oh, come-- Lucas.

Lucas: I don't know.

Sami: Just...

Will: Hello?

EJ: I think you and I have a little bit of unfinished business, William. Come for a smoke? Yeah.

Marlena: You torture and torment people because deep down inside you know you have nothing to offer. You have nothing to give the world.

Stefano: Thank you, doctor, for your analysis. Did you ever stop to think that almost everybody thinks and feels the same way, hmm? Including you?

Marlena: Maybe. But we're talking about you now. You are at your lowest point. That's why you've gone as far as you have. But I'm here to tell you... we're not gonna take it from you. None of us. There will be retribution. Do you understand what I'm saying?

Stefano: Perfectly.

Marlena: Well, maybe. I can make one thing clear. I just pity you. But even more than that, I despise you.

John: Here you go, sweetheart.

Marlena: Thanks. I'm not sure this will help. He's still here.

John: Who is?

Marlena: Stefano. He's tormenting us in death. As he did in life. I'm not sure it's ever going to end.

Will: Oh, hey, um... yeah, I'm at my mom's. It's great to be out of that place.

EJ: Hmm, I'm sure it is. Even a couple of hours behind bars is excellent motivation. Motivation enough, I'm assuming, for you to want to continue to help me.

Will: Oh, yeah, definitely.

EJ: Oh, you can't talk. I get it. Your mother's there?

Will: Yeah, um, Dad's here too, actually.

EJ: Understood. I just want you to know that your performance earlier was, um, satisfactory. You backed me up when I needed you to, and that's what I want.

Will: Uh, thank you. Great, yeah, I figured.

EJ: It doesn't end there, William. I want your assurances that I can expect more of the same.

Will: Oh, of course. Of course.

EJ: Excellent. Well, that's jolly good to hear. I will be in touch.

Will: Okay, now. All right, see you later. Bye.

Sami: So um, who was that?

Will: Sonny. Just calling to make sure everything's okay.

Sami: Will, it's gonna be okay. I promise.

Will: Thanks.

Roman: Damn. It is almost impossible to be impartial when I'm so connected to all of them. I mean, I keep telling people I'm just doing my job, but those connections make this very, very complicated.

Rafe: Anything I can do to help?

Roman: You mean that?

Rafe: You have any idea how happy I am to be back on the force? Whatever you want. Whatever you need.

Roman: I was thinking of something a little more specific here.

Rafe: Okay.

Roman: Like maybe you take over the case from me. You handle this murder investigation yourself.

Rafe: Roman, you don't mean that. Come on, man, maybe you just had a rough day, okay?

Roman: Normally--normally, I would agree with you, but not this time, uh-uh, no. I feel like I'm on a tightrope here. Now I have been able to maintain my balance, but I don't know how much longer I can do that. Rafe, I would trust you with this, and you would be doing me a big favor.

Rafe: I don't know, man. I... all right, I'm honored that you would think of me, but I'm as connected to these people as you are. Will was my stepson--

Roman: Yeah, yeah. No, no, you are connected to those people, no doubt about that. But I got bloodlines and/or longevity with those people that you don't. Rafe, you're good. You're experienced. And I know damn well you can be objective enough to handle this. Besides, you've got Officer Kent here to keep you honest.

Rafe: This is a big deal.

Roman: Oh, yes, it is a big deal. And it is also the assignment from hell. But sometimes in our line of work, things fall that way. We got to keep going. We can't just shut down, and we can't wait for the governor to send down his investigator. So Rafe...tell me you'll do this.

Rafe: All right. I'm in.

Roman: Good, good.

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