Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 10/26/12
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Kristen: Sami. Hi, Sami.
Sami: It's a little early to be lurking in the shadows, isn't it?
Kristen: I wasn't lurking. I was on my way to get a mocha latte. And then I saw you... deep in thought. Obviously very conflicted about this weighty decision you have to make. Or maybe you're already made it. Have you?
Sami: You're asking about whether or not I'm going to quit because you're going to be in charge of Countess W?
Sami: I don't know yet.
Kristen: Oh. Well, in the interest of full disclosure, I've already started looking for your replacement. I'm sorry.
Sami: Then I don't have to see you again.
Sami: Today, anyway.
Kristen: There's that attitude of yours again. But at least you got the signatures.
Sami: Yes. EJ was so shocked. He remembers signing it, but since he found out that we weren't able to pay the quarterlies, he offered to pay any fines incurred by the delay himself.
Kristen: Aww. My oh-so-generous brother. Great. I guess I'll just be waiting on your decision.
Sami: And you'll get it when I'm good and ready.
Kristen: Oh, no, I need it by tonight. Bye, Sami.
Sami: Mom, it is Sami. I just ran into Kristen. That bitch has got to go.
Gabi: Hey, um, thanks for coming with me today.
Nick: Yeah. Any excuse to hang out with you.
Gabi: Are you saying that you're not helping with this Halloween party out of the goodness of your heart?
Nick: No. No, no, no. Of course I am. But you were the deciding factor.
Will: Hold on. Here. For posterity's sake. Nice.
Sonny: I don't know what the point is. Vampires don't show up in photographs.
Will: This one does. Ooh, he's looking good.
Sonny: Oh, delete that! Delete that.
Will: No. Are you kidding? No way.
Sonny: Come on, will. I'm gonna bite you. Will, come here. I was just being silly.
Will: Where's my stake?
Gabi: Hey, what are you guys doing?
Bo: Hey, Ma. Good morning.
Caroline: Oh! Hi. It's so hard to believe that it's my last day here.
Bo: Aw, hey, Ma... you'll be back... sooner than you know. We both will.
John: Okay, so your session should last what, about an hour?
Marlena: Then I'll have to take some notes after that.
John: All right, tell you what, hour and a half we meet right back here, okay?
Marlena: I am fine.
John: No, no, I'm not taking any chances.
Marlena: You can't follow me around 24 hours a day.
John: Oh, yeah, I can. I will. I made you a promise, I'm gonna keep it. Kristen's never gonna hurt you again, sweetheart.
Brady: Kristen? Oh, my God, it is you.
Kristen: Brady, look at you. How are ya? You look like you've seen a ghost, Brady.
Brady: Feels like I have, Kristen.
Kristen: [Chuckles] Have a seat. Come on. Please?
Brady: Sure. I always wondered what happened to you after you left.
Kristen: Yeah, I can only imagine what people said, the stories they told about me.
Brady: Mm-hmm. Can you blame them?
Kristen: No, not at all. And I want you to know that I'm not proud of the way that I just kind of flew off the rails at the end there.
Brady: Flew off the rails. Yeah, that's a real polite way of putting it.
Kristen: That kind of behavior is in the past, and it has been for a very long time.
Brady: Are you a better person now?
Kristen: Let's hope so. [Chuckles] I'm certainly not a threat to anybody, I promise you.
Brady: Are you okay with being the last person on earth that anyone in this town wants to see?
Kristen: Well, that's not true. My family's very happy to see me. I've been handling some business for them.
Brady: I don't give a damn about your family or the business that you think you have here. My concern, Kristen, is for my family. And I'm sure my dad and Marlena are just gonna be thrilled that you are here.
Kristen: They know. I saw both of them. Just like old times.
Marlena: I appreciate that you want to protect me, but, John, I can't have you here--
John: What, you want to have a repeat of what happened at the park? You and Kristen alone? That was fun for you, wasn't it?
Marlena: No, it wasn't. But you can't be watching over me 24 hours a day.
John: Yeah, you know, you better get used to it, because as long as Kristen's in town here, that is exactly what I'm gonna do. Unless, of course-- unless, of course, you think that she's changed.
Marlena: No, I don't. People who are as disturbed as she is don't normally change.
Brady: So you've already seen Dad and Marlena.
Kristen: Yeah. Well, I thought I owed it to them to let 'em know that I was back.
Brady: I bet they were just thrilled, huh?
Kristen: I just want to make amends, Brady, that's all. Seriously, I've been through intensive therapy, and it changed me. I got help. I'm stronger now, I'm more self-aware, empathic. I wanted them to know that I mean them no harm.
Brady: And how'd all that work out for you? That's what I thought. Take this hint, Kristen. Stay the Hell away from them.
Will: We could do, like, a strobe light. We could put a strobe light in the hallway, and that's creepy.
Gabi: Okay, that's gonna be really scary for the kids.
Sonny: Well, it's Halloween. I mean, that's kind of the-- kinda the point.
Gabi: Uh, what about you? Do you have any ideas?
Nick: Uh, walking through cobwebs always used to freak me out. You could string some up in the doorway.
Gabi: That is an amazing idea. Add that to your list.
Sonny: All right.
Will: Also...whoa! Your handwriting sucks.
Sonny: It's perfectly legible. I can read it.
Will: I think he said "cobwebs," not "cowbells."
Sonny: What are you, the penmanship police?
Will: Oh, by the way, I posted that picture of you on Facebook, the vampire one, and it's got a lot of attention.
Sonny: Let me see that. No, it doesn't. Hey, let me see. It's my picture of me.
Will: I know, but it's my--
Sonny: Did you really do that?
Gabi: Are you okay?
Will: Yeah, it's my default. So what?
Sami: Oh, Grandma. Grandma, you are not gonna believe what a mess my life is right now. I mean, I swear, it's ridiculous. I feel like I have a "kick me" sign, and it goes with every outfit.
Caroline: You're just so wound up this morning. Is that about Lucas and EJ?
Caroline: Oh, Rafe. Rafe and EJ.
Sami: Well, actually, Grandma, you're right. It's about all three of them. They're all annoying me right now, and it's just infuriating that everybody thinks I need a man in my life to be happy anyway.
Bo: Okay, enough about you. Why don't you ask your grandma how she's doing?
Sami: Hi, Uncle Bo.
Sami: Do you have the morning off?
Bo: [Chuckles] No, I quit the force.
Sami: You did what? You're not a cop anymore? Since when?
Bo: About a week ago.
Sami: So you're-- you're working here?
Caroline: Oh, no, no, sweetheart, he's just helping me out.
Sami: Helping you with what?
Caroline: Well, we're gonna leave town for a little while. We're going to California.
Sami: For a vacation?
Caroline: Well, no, no. There's a clinic there, and we're hoping that they can help me.
Sami: A clinic? A clinic for what?
Caroline: Well, the doctors there-- the doctors specialize in treating... [Nervous laugh] Oh, God, I have-- I have trouble saying it.
Sami: Saying what? Grandma, what's going on?
Bo: We think she might have early-stage Alzheimer's.
Sami: Alzheimer's? Why didn't anyone tell me?
Bo: Maybe because you didn't ask.
Marlena: Honey, I know that Kristen insists that she changed while she was away, but--
John: Let me-- let me tell you something. Kristen couldn't change if you put a gun to her head.
Marlena: I suppose there was an upside to seeing her again. Reminds us how strong we are, and how much we've survived in spite of what she did to us.
John: And that's another thing that will never change.
Marlena: And she will always be a painful reminder to me that there was a serious threat to our relationship.
John: Oh, come on, Doc, we've faced bigger obstacles than her before.
Marlena: It's not-- it's not what she did. It's why she did it.
John: Well, she did it because she's disturbed. You now, like, out of her mind.
Marlena: In love with you.
Marlena: And maybe she says she's changed or worked on that, but--
John: But what?
Marlena: That kind of love is obsessive. It's addictive. It takes a lot to get over that. A lot of work and a lot of therapy.
John: All right, so what are you saying? That you doubt that Kristen even had therapy, or has failed to put in the work?
Marlena: I would bet my life that she hasn't. Which means that her love for you is not going to go away.
Kristen: Brady, Salem is kind of a small town, so it might be kind of difficult for me just to avoid John all the time.
Brady: And Marlena. I'm not kidding. Don't you push me on this, Kristen.
Kristen: Okay. All right. You really are a protective stepson, aren't you? I seem to remember you not being the biggest Marlena fan.
Brady: That was a long time ago. We've worked out our differences since then.
Kristen: Good for you.
Brady: Very good for me.
Kristen: But you won't allow me the same courtesy?
Brady: After everything that's gone down, Kristen, I'm gonna say no.
Kristen: Okay. May I ask what caused this change of heart towards Marlena?
Brady: You really want to know? I finally saw and I finally understood how happy she made my father...in a way that no one else in the world could. They're my family, and they were there for me when I lost...
Kristen: What'd you lose?
Brady: Nothing. It doesn't matter. The point is I don't want you antagonizing either of them, okay?
Kristen: Okay. I promise you, Brady, if I see them coming at me, I'm gonna run across the street.
Brady: This is not a joke.
Kristen: Okay. Again, I have no intention of causing Marlena and John, or anybody else, any kind of trouble.
Brady: I'll hold you to that.
Caroline: Bo, please, don't be so hard on Sami.
Sami: No, Grandma, he's right, I deserve it.
Caroline: No, you don't. Sami, you have your own life. You have your own concerns apart from me.
Sami: Grandma, I'm so sorry.
Caroline: Oh...I know. I know you are. But it's not your fault you don't know. I didn't want anybody to know. I guess I let my pride get the better of me.
Sami: Well, that's something we Bradys have in common. I'm just glad you're telling me now.
Caroline: Well, once I decided to go to California, there's no point, you know, in hiding it anymore.
Sami: Of course. Yeah. I mean--
Eddie: Miss Brady?
Eddie: Do you have a minute to look at something for me?
Caroline: Oh, you bet I do, Eddie, yes.
Bo: Sorry I was short with you.
Sami: No. Of course. It doesn't matter now. I just--I don't understand. I mean, I see her all the time. She watches the kids all the time. I didn't notice anything.
Bo: I didn't notice either, till recently.
Sami: So what about this place in California? This clinic, what is it gonna do for her?
Bo: Well, they're conducting these clinical trials on memory loss in the elderly. Kay says Ma fits the patient profile.
Sami: But it's not a guaranteed cure.
Bo: With Alzheimer's, there is no cure.
Sami: Well, then why would you do this? Why would you take her away from here home, from all of us?
Bo: These tests will determine if Ma's a good candidate for the medication. If she is, it may keep the symptoms from progressing too quickly.
Sami: Progressing. She's my rock, Uncle Bo.
Bo: Yeah. She's that for all of us. But right now, Sami, we have to be there for her.
John: I will not allow anything or anyone to come between us, or to hurt you. We're solid. You believe me, don't you? Hmm? Hmm? Hmm?
Marlena: With all my heart. I've got a patient I can't keep waiting.
John: I know. I will see you in 1 1/2 hours right back here.
Sonny: What are you-- you know what, you have to get a manicure. I'm, like, dating an infant.
Nick: I'm fine. Don't worry about me.
[Cell phone ringing]
Gabi: I mean, you've been quiet since we got here. I thought you had tons of ideas.
Sonny: Hold on, this is the costume store. Hold on a second. Excuse me, I gotta take this. Hello? Yes, this is him.
Will: So... how have you been, by the way? We haven't-- we haven't talked a lot. I know the whole family's glad that you're staying.
Nick: Yeah, well, it wasn't-- it wasn't really my choice.
Will: Yeah, I know, but it doesn't make it any less true, so...
Nick: Yeah, I'm good. I'm good. It was kind of a rocky start, but things have been getting better every day. I've been working at the pub with Gabi and Caroline, and it's been great.
Will: Cool. Yeah, Grandma seems to like you.
Nick: Well, she hasn't fired me yet. Thanks for asking.
Will: Yeah. Thank you for helping. I mean, it means a lot to Sonny, this thing, and he's spent a lot of time on it. Most of the kids that are coming here don't really have a lot of money.
Will: So he just wants 'em to feel that, for one night, they're not missing out on anything.
Sonny: Hey, uh, we've got a little bit of a problem. All the costumes and party favors were sent to my apartment by mistake.
Will: Okay, well, let's go get 'em and bring 'em to the rectory.
Sonny: Okay, we better go now.
Will: Okay, all right.
Sonny: See you guys in a little bit.
Will: See ya.
Nick: See ya.
Gabi: So... clearly you have a problem with Will and Sonny.
Kristen: Oh, honey, come on, let's get you up. Oh, sweetie, I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. Did you scrape your foot? Ow. Do you know what makes it feel better? If you blow on it like this. You go... [Blowing] Look, I know it sounds silly, but it's true. I've had so much therapy. I have had hours and hours of therapy.
John: Are you-- are you kidding me? Are you kidding me with all--
Kristen: What I'm trying to say is that I'm back. I mean, that person that you met all those years ago is back.
John: Is everything all right here?
Marlena: Oh, hey there.
Brady: Hi, hey. I'm trying to reach Dad. I'm trying to find him.
Marlena: That makes two of us. I thought I'd catch him before he left.
Brady: Yeah, I've been calling his cell. He's not answering his phone.
Marlena: Is something wrong?
Brady: I saw her. I ran into her, Kristen. And I know you've seen her too, and Dad, because she wasted no time in telling me that.
Marlena: "Seen." Such a funny word. Describe what happened.
Brady: What happened?
Marlena: She saw your father and me at the town square, and she followed me to the park.
Brady: Just you?
Brady: Did she threaten you in any way? Because if she threatened you--
Marlena: No, Brady. No, she didn't. She just scared the Hell out of me. But I think she meant to.
Brady: So following you there was deliberate?
Marlena: Oh, I think everything she does is deliberate.
Kristen: Thanks for offering to help, but I think I've got it covered. I called an ambulance, I don't know why, just so, you know, just in case. It should be here any second.
Pamela: Ow! Where's my mommy?
Kristen: Oh, no, you know, she must be around here somewhere, honey. I think she hit her arm when she fell off the bike.
John: Oh, is that what happened, sweetheart? Did this mean old bench jump out and get you? You know, it happens to me every time. Every time I walk by this bench-- I'll just be minding my own business, just walking along, and all of a sudden... [Yells] It jumps out and bites me just like that.
Kristen: [Chuckles] That's funny. What's your name, honey?
Pamela: I'm not supposed to talk to strangers.
Kristen: Oh, well, that's pretty smart. How about if I tell you my name first? I'm Kristen.
John: And I am John Black.
Kristen: Now, see, we're not strangers anymore, right? So now will you tell me your name?
John: Well, very nice to meet you, Pamela.
Woman: Pamela? Oh, thank God. I ran into some friends, and she just took off on her bike.
Kristen: I think she's okay. I know-- I actually called an ambulance. It's probably silly, but...
John: I think she hurt her arm when she fell off her bike and hit the bench here, but she should be all right.
Woman: I am so grateful to you and your wife. Thank you.
Kristen: Oh, he's not my husband.
John: We're not married. We're not--
Abe: Oh, hey, I've been looking for you.
Bo: How's it going, Abe?
Abe: Hey, man, I heard you resigned from the force. You know how I feel. That's a hell of a loss for the community.
Bo: Ha! Yeah, I appreciate that, but it's time I hit the road.
Abe: [Chuckles] Well, it's gonna be hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that you're no longer a police officer. So what are you gonna do now that you're a man of leisure?
Caroline: Please don't go all sentimental on me. You know, I'll be back before you know it.
Sami: Grandma, if this clinic is helping you...
Caroline: If they can, they can. And if they can't, well, I guess you'll have to get used to my forgetting things now and then, you know. To the frustration of my not remembering your kids' names.
Sami: Come on, Grandma, that sounds like me every morning before I have my coffee.
Caroline: I just want you to know, Samantha Jean, I'm here for you...always. That you can always talk to me or lean on me. I love you as I always have.
Sami: I love you so much, Grandma.
Gabi: You don't have to feel this way around Will and Sonny. Look, they're your friends too. You don't have to be shy around them. And I know it gets hard when they get going to even chime in. But you know what, when I get going, it's gonna be even harder because, little-known fact, I love to talk.
Nick: I don't think that's a little-known fact. [Laughs] I like seeing you like this.
Gabi: Like what?
Nick: I don't know, positive, upbeat about things.
Gabi: I, uh-- I'm happy. I guess I didn't know how much.
Nick: Is that not something you're used to?
Gabi: Not really. At least not lately.
Nick: Well, what's different?
Gabi: Uh, you. I guess you've changed things a little bit. I mean, when we hang out, I feel like I don't have to be somebody that I'm not, or even try to control the way you feel about me.
Nick: I'm guessing that's a first for you.
Gabi: Are you kidding me? I've done that in every single relationship I've been in. I mean, not that this is a relationship. I didn't say that or anything like that--
Nick: Relax. I'm not freaking out 'cause you used that word.
Gabi: I don't know, Nick. I guess just around you, I've only wanted to be myself.
Nick: Well, for what it's worth, um... I really like you. This you. A lot.
Sonny: I'm sorry my place is such a mess. I wasn't expecting company.
Will: Just so you know, I am prepared to deduct some serious points.
Sonny: Oh, yeah, 'cause you're such a neat freak.
Will: Yes. At least I have standards.
Sonny: We just drove over here in your car. It looks like a laundry hamper.
Will: That's because I lost my laundry hamper. Wow! Big boxes.
Sonny: Let me grab a box cutter and we'll pop 'em open.
Marlena: Did you get the same party line as we all did?
Brady: "I've changed. I've been to therapy. All is right in my world." That kind of line? Yeah.
Marlena: I don't believe a word of it.
Brady: Cynicism, Marlena. Don't you believe that a DiMera can become a lovely, trustworthy person given the right amount of therapy and time?
Marlena: If only I were more open-minded, I suppose.
Brady: Tell me what happened with her.
Marlena: It's actually what happened after I saw her.
Brady: Can't wait to hear it.
Marlena: All righty. I went to call your dad and tell him that she was in town, and I couldn't find my phone. I guess I'd lost it.
Brady: You guess you lost it. You think she took it, don't you?
Marlena: Well, I did. Then I went to John's office, and there she was. In a moment, his secretary came in, and she had my phone. Said she'd found it in the waiting room. So I guess I left it there, huh?
Brady: Yeah. You don't believe that's what happened, do you?
Marlena: I think it's an amazing coincidence.
Brady: Me too. I know you can take care of yourself, and you have my dad, but if there's anything I can do, please come to me, okay?
Marlena: You're so like your dad, you know? Who is also quite busy being very overprotective of me.
Marlena: I'll try him now.
John: John Black.
Marlena: Hi, sweetie, it's me.
Marlena: Where are you?
John: Horton square. I-- Doc? Hello?
Marlena: Honey? Fell off.
Brady: Did he say where he was?
Marlena: He did. He's in the town square.
Marlena: I think maybe I'll go join him.
Brady: I think that's a good idea. Listen, don't worry about Kristen, okay? Between Dad and me, you will be overprotected like crazy, all right?
Marlena: Thank you. Thank you so much.
Kristen: Yeah. Thank you.
Abe: How long you think you'll be gone?
Bo: Well, her treatment's the priority, so however long it takes.
Abe: Look, I was-- I was trying to track you down because I wanted to... say how much I admire you as a police officer, and what an honor-- what an honor, man, it's been to serve beside you all these years. But this, you know, and the sacrifices you're making to take care of your mother. [Chuckles] Hey, man, you know, the real honor is to be able to call you a friend.
Bo: No, the real honor is to be able to do this for my family. What needs to be done.
Abe: You're a good man. A good son. Hey, buddy, I wish you well.
Bo: Thank you. Thanks, man.
Sonny: Hey, I want to thank you for helping me out with all this.
Will: Oh, you're welcome. I love Halloween, and you know, I know how much this party's gonna mean to these kids, because I used to be one of them. And I--you know, I remember wanting a day where I can kind of just forget about everything.
Sonny: You know, you don't really talk much about your childhood.
Will: Well, you've probably already heard a lot about it from your parents, and from other people, I guess.
Sonny: Yeah, but it's not the same hearing it from you.
Will: Okay, well, um... let's see, I don't like long stories, so I'm gonna put this in a nutshell. Uh, my parents didn't really have a conventional marriage, so I spent a lot of time going back and forth between 'em, you know? I was kind of like a prize for them to win. You know, whoever had me had the upper hand. And as--I guess as a consequence, I never really felt like I belonged at either of those places... and my bag was always packed.
Sonny: Well, you know, I hope you don't feel that way anymore. I hope you finally feel... like you belong somewhere.
Sami: I'm gonna miss her, Uncle Bo.
Bo: Yeah, she's gonna miss you, the kids too. She's crazy about 'em. She loves that she gets to babysit 'em all the time.
Sami: I just think she's so amazing, you know, the way she always lifts your spirits. Grandma never made me feel like my flaws or my stupid mistakes were all there was to me. I don't know how to thank someone for always seeing the good in you.
Marlena: Hi there.
John: I thought you were at the hospital.
Marlena: Well, my schedule's moving around some, but then I ran into Brady, and he was looking for you.
John: Oh. Did he say why?
Marlena: Well, you should call him and ask him.
John: All right.
Marlena: You left the hospital a while ago. What you been doing?
John: Just walking around, stretching the legs out.
[Cell phone ringing]
Marlena: Oh, wait. There it is. I'm sorry, honey.
John: No, you take that. I'll call Brady.
John: Okay. [Sighs]
Kristen: John, hi. What are you still doing here?
Sami: You know that episode you started to tell me about, Grandma mentioned it too, but she said she only knew about it because you told her about it. She didn't remember it happening.
Bo: Yeah. It happened right here. Ma was telling a story, and she thought Lexie was alive. And I told her that she wasn't. She got upset, and she spilled this tray of glasses. She bent down to pick up the shards of glass with her bare hands. So I went to help her, and she screamed at me. She thought I was Pop. So I'm glad she doesn't remember.
Sami: Yeah, I'm glad too.
Bo: And helping her see that something was wrong, and admitting to it, and going to Kayla for confirmation was rough.
Sami: Thank God you did it. I mean, you know, she can go to this clinic, and maybe they can help make the rest of her life better.
Bo: Yeah. I'm happy she's open to treatment, you know, going out to California, but it's gonna be hard on her.
Sami: But you're gonna go with her. Because of you, she won't be scared.
Kristen: So I spoke to the little girl's mother. Their last name is Grogan, in case you want to follow up. I left my cell phone number with her in case she wanted to reach me. Hi.
Marlena: Hi. Did I hear something about a little girl?
Kristen: Yeah, poor little thing. She fell off her bike. John was helping me calm her down till her mother found her.
Marlena: Wow. Good for you.
Marlena: When was that?
Kristen: I don't know, 15, 20 minutes ago? Anyway, you know, it all worked out fine. The mother was so grateful to you, John. You're so amazing.
Gabi: I hope that you don't think that I was criticizing you earlier about being quiet. I mean, quiet's good. Especially with the right person.
Nick: Oh, are you saying I'm the right person to be quiet with?
Gabi: Yes, I am. I just--I like being with you.
Nick: Well, good. I like being with you too.
Will: You know, my great-grandma Caroline is super into Halloween. She actually used to take me out to get my costume every year.
Sonny: Did you always get to pick out what you wanted to wear?
Will: Sometimes. She had no problem drawing the line, though.
Sonny: Like when?
Will: Um, let's see. Like one year, I guess the costume that I wanted was a little over the top, so she convinced me to reconsider.
Sonny: Well, what was it?
Will: I'm not telling.
Sonny: Come on, just tell me. What was it? Was it ridiculous?
Will: [Chuckles] No. Well, okay. Picture, like, um... like an Elton John, '70s, like, disco thing.
Sonny: Did you even know who Elton John was?
Will: Nope. Could you imagine, though, if she'd said yes, the look on my dad's face?
Sonny: What'd you end up being that year?
Will: One of the guys from 'NSync. Yeah, that probably should have been my first clue.
Sonny: Are you knockin' on 'NSync, huh, on J.T.? You better take that back right now. Take it back. Arms up.
Will: Oh, my god.
Sonny: En garde!
Will: Gimme that, gimme that! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Oh! Gimme that, gimme that, gimme that, gimme that.
Nick: Nothing. Just...I want you to be doing this for the right reasons. You know, I don't want you to feel like-- like you owe me something for helping you.
Gabi: Nick, I'm kissing you because you are an amazing guy. You're smart and funny and cute. And you like me for who I am. And I've waited so long to feel that way about someone.
[Cell phone ringing]
Nick: Your phone?
Gabi: Yeah. Worst invention ever. It's Mrs. Brady. Hello? Yeah. Yeah, I'm only a few minutes away. I can go over there. Okay. Okay, I'll see you. She wants me to go. I need to talk to her.
Nick: Is everything okay?
Gabi: Yeah, I think so. Can I see you later?
Nick: How 'bout I walk you back to the pub?
Gabi: I'd like that.
Sonny: Are you sure?
Sami: You have to find him and tell him. Okay, I have to go. Uncle Bo, how's Grandma?
Bo: Uh, she's on the phone with Kimberly.
Sami: Okay, but when you're in California, you have to call me or text me, or just let me know every day what's happening, okay?
Bo: I will be sending out a news bulletin to everybody every day.
Sami: Okay. I'm gonna go online and read up about Alzheimer's. I mean, I just want to know what she's facing.
Bo: That's a very good idea. If you have any questions, Kay can help you out.
Sami: All right. But it might not be this, right? I mean, it might be something else. They don't know for sure, right?
Bo: It is a tricky thing to diagnose, but everything we've seen, it--that's kinda what it is. But the good news is, this clinic, it's great. It's cutting edge.
Sami: But it's not a cure.
Bo: No. But I'll be there with her. And they say having family and friends around, it makes a big difference.
Sami: She's lucky to have you, Uncle Bo. We all are.
Brady: Yeah, that's right. Kristen DiMera. Salem Inn? Are you sure? Uh, no, no message. I'll--I'll be in touch with her soon.
Kristen: Anyhoo, I gotta get going. Thanks again for stopping to help. You were fantastic. Bye, Marlena.
John: Okay, look, before you say anything--
Marlena: How could you not tell me you were with that woman?
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